Thank god for us bitter sacks of emotionless fucks. We are legendz!
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Back up in your ass with the resurrection
I took a chick to see no doubt and I was pleasantly surprised. But top three would be U2 elevation tour, Tool Lateralus tour, and lollapalooza with queens of the stone age and audioslave. I still haven't gotten over audioslave breaking up, chris cornell is a talented asshat.
Pink Floyd Animals tour 4th of July at Madison Square Garden
Pink Floyd The Wall tour at the Nassau Coliseum
The Who at Madison Square Garden
Queen and Thin Lizzy at MSG
The Clash at Bonds Disco NYC Sandinista tour
Black Sabbath and Ted Nugent at MSG
Black Sabbath and Van Halen at MSG
Robin Trower and Wishbone Ash at MSG
Those stand out the most right now. Plus I have seen some really great bands in small venues.
__________________ I am a sinner in the hands of an angry god
Originally Posted by pisceschef
Too late. The siren song of skinny jeans and skittlerex lured him back to his people. We won't see him for another 3 months.
Metallica, Guns and Roses and Faith No More at Giants Standium in New Jersey. That and Lollapaloza 93 in Philadelphia in a dusty field that once was a stadium. LIneup was Tool, alice in chains, fishbone, primus, front 242, rage against the machine and a few others. This was early on in Tool and Rage's live, in fact RATM opened the show. Tool was next and it was their 2nd show on the main stage. Before that they were on the side stage.
Amazing day. Got there at 8am and left at 2 am. Hung out in the parking lot drinking beer and eating hot dogs on our grill with the guys from alice in chains (they were wandering around the parking lot while Primus closed out the show and I wasnt in to primus.) Really cool time.
Halford, Queensryche, Iron Maiden- Blossom Music Center
Something about that show...
We got there and Halford was already on. That fucking guy rocked the house! Didn't hurt we had sixth row seats (which we kind of claimed).
everything after that was pure magic.
Best show ever.