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    bands you've seen live?

    haven't wondered to these parts much, but i'm real bored and curious to see what kind of music some of you guys are into.

    for fun, i go to a ton of concerts in my free time... so my list will seem pretty big probably, but that's ok.


    here goes:

    the (international) noise conspiracy x3
    le tigre x2
    afi x2
    ignite
    modern life is war
    leftover crack x2
    flogging molly x2
    against me!
    pixies x2
    weezer x2
    blood brothers
    plot to blow up the eiffel tower x2
    the soviettes
    circa survive
    the epoxies
    electrelane
    skinny puppy
    tweaker
    murphy's law x2
    sick of it all
    pennywise
    bad religion
    gorilla biscuits
    comeback kid
    few and the proud
    against all authority
    crime in stereo
    the hope conspiracy
    brain failure
    the code
    horrorpops
    the briefs
    left alone
    mischeif brew
    gogol bordello x3
    throw rag x2
    sleater-kinney x2
    strike everywhere
    sparta
    tsunami bomb
    thursday
    mewithoutyou
    blonde redhead
    and you will know us by the trail of dead
    the fever
    the gossip
    zox
    dub trio
    the toasters
    deals gone bad
    year future
    the with love
    dillinger escape plan x2
    nightmare of you x3
    st. catherines
    rise against
    the locust
    fantomas
    trevor dunn's trio convulsant
    modest mouse x2
    secret machines

    don't neccesarily like all of those bands listed, but I've seen all of them... and I know I'm forgetting some stuff too.

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    Tsunami Bomb...?


    That list started to read like a Warped Tour Who's Who.
    mewithoutyou rocks though.
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    Ok, I will give this a shot:

    DC Talk
    Newsboys
    Jars of Clay
    Caedman's Call
    Carmen
    MXPX
    Value Pack
    Supertones
    Mercy Me
    Michael W. Smith
    Burlap to Cashmere
    Geoff Moore and the Distance
    Gospel Gangstaz
    Dynamic Twins
    Petra
    AC/DC
    Xzibit
    Alchoholikz
    Matchbox 20
    Duff
    39 Times
    Tim McGraw
    3 Doors Down
    Lifehouse
    Tantric
    Faith Hill
    Katinas
    The Worley Boys
    180 Repentance


    Thats all I can remember for now

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    Yo nick, I have heard of a total of 3 of the bands listed that you've seen. WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingdom_of_Zito
    Tsunami Bomb...?


    That list started to read like a Warped Tour Who's Who.


    tsunami bomb was opening for someone, i don't remember who... but i like tsunami bomb nonetheless. they're just happy fun music.

    as for the warped tour thing, hardcore and some punk are my favorite two genres, but i've honestly never been to warped tour. their lineup gets more and more terrible every year. i just prefer going to punk & hardcore shows because they're cheap, not in arenas, and a lot more fun. it's always a blast at shows where bouncers dont give a **** what you do.

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    I went saw 311 once.
    And then again later on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsrbetter
    Yo nick, I have heard of a total of 3 of the bands listed that you've seen. WOW!

    looking through your list, I've heard of...

    AC/DC (of course)
    MXPX
    Matchbox 20
    Tim McGraw
    3 Doors Down
    Lifehouse
    Tantric


    That's it I think. different ends of the spectrum we like, I'd say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick
    tsunami bomb was opening for someone, i don't remember who... but i like tsunami bomb nonetheless. they're just happy fun music.

    as for the warped tour thing, hardcore and some punk are my favorite two genres, but i've honestly never been to warped tour. their lineup gets more and more terrible every year. i just prefer going to punk & hardcore shows because they're cheap, not in arenas, and a lot more fun. it's always a blast at shows where bouncers dont give a **** what you do.

    I really found them to not be good. Kinda just.. eeehh when I hear that chica's voice. Then again I'm not big on punk and "hardcore".
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    It would take me too long to type it all out and I am lazy at this point of the night. But for fun, I left all the bands from your post that I've seen (several more than once actually). (I don't know if Strike Everywhere is a smaller band your mentioning, but if you meant Strike Anywhere, I have.)

    Eh, here's a few more of the favorites (off the top of my head):
    Dillinger Four
    The Lawrence Arms
    Alkaline Trio
    A Radio With Guts
    None More Black
    Latterman
    Hot Water Music
    Bear vs. Shark

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    the (international) noise conspiracy
    against me!
    blood brothers
    plot to blow up the eiffel tower
    the soviettes
    against all authority
    crime in stereo
    brain failure
    the briefs
    left alone
    gogol bordello
    strike everywhere
    sparta
    thursday
    mewithoutyou
    and you will know us by the trail of dead
    the fever
    nightmare of you
    st. catherines
    rise against
    the locust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingdom_of_Zito
    I really found them to not be good. Kinda just.. eeehh when I hear that chica's voice. Then again I'm not big on punk and "hardcore".

    I like a lot of other stuff too... Tool and APC were two of my favorite bands 2 or 3 years ago, and I still enjoy some of their stuff. Just using them as examples because I know you dig


    as for tsunami bomb's lead singer, I don't mind her voice. What I actually liked most about Tsunami Bomb was the period in which they had an organ. organs are pretty awesome.

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    Ahh mission, you're right. I did mean Strike Anywhere. typo there... I copied and pasted the list from word file, and didn't really look over it. my b.


    and I've seen the Lawrence Arms too, albeit them not being on my list. They're from Chicago, and they're pretty awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick
    I like a lot of other stuff too... Tool and APC were two of my favorite bands 2 or 3 years ago, and I still enjoy some of their stuff. Just using them as examples because I know you dig


    as for tsunami bomb's lead singer, I don't mind her voice. What I actually liked most about Tsunami Bomb was the period in which they had an organ. organs are pretty awesome.
    Organs? Intriguing. I remember seeing Stutterfly break out the sax once and couldn't believe what I was seeing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingdom_of_Zito
    I really found them to not be good. Kinda just.. eeehh when I hear that chica's voice. Then again I'm not big on punk and "hardcore".
    You like to wear your "Sunglasses at Night", don't you?

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    Do you keep track? If so, that's pretty cool. I still go to quite a few concerts every few months, but I've seen so many smaller bands open (for the band I was really there to see) that I could probably never remember who they were if I ever saw them again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missionhockey21
    Do you keep track? If so, that's pretty cool. I still go to quite a few concerts every few months, but I've seen so many smaller bands open (for the band I was really there to see) that I could probably never remember who they were if I ever saw them again.

    truthfully, I kept full track for about the first 5 or 6 concerts I went to, then I lost track.

    When I made that list to post on another forum awhile back, I went on memory alone. Then I saved it to word file and I update it when I think about it. But I haven't been to a show in about 2 months or so.

    nonetheless, I know that list is missing a fair amount of bands.

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