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Concerts And You
#1
Just picked up tickets to see X and the New York Dolls on Dec. 20th. Awesome.

What's the best concert you've ever been to?

What's the worst you've ever been to?

Any concerts planned in your near future?
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#2
One of the concerts I had the most fun at was a Guerilla-type System of a Down show here at First ave a few years ago. Tickets were announced like a day before hand, friend waited over night and got 2 of them. In such a smallish club (as opposed to the Metrodome or the Xcell Center) it was awesome to just rock the fuck out. Also, Lords of Acid, back when Voodoo-U came out, at First Ave was fucking amazing and one of the loudest shows I've ever been to.

One of my worst concerts was The Chemical Brothers at, yep First Ave again, when I was in my techno phase. The opening act was BT who fucking smoked them with his overthetop energy and preformance. The Chemical Brothers just sat there pushing buttons. It was boring as hell. About as bad as watching a Dj mix records. BT on the other hand was rocking like 4 keyboards along with some drum machines and going apeshit on them. By the end, 3 of the 4 keyboards were destroyed in pieces.


Also, I saw Atari Teenage Riot back in 96-97 I believe at the same club and it was fucking madness. I believe they were shooting footage for a doc or a video or something so the crowd was insane. I was up front shouting/singing along when out of nowhere Alec Empire punched me in the face. I thought he broke my nose, but instead just gave me a busted lip and a blackeye. I didn't even leave the pit. It was too much fun.
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#3
I just had 3 shows in 3 months, a prospect that seems light until I had my son. Sigur Ros, Wolf Parade and Nick Cave. That last one is one of the best I've seen.

Sigur Ros confirmed my hatred for outdoor venues with no seatings, despite a solid performance.

Best show? The Tea Party, a great Canadian band, one months before their breakup, in a small theater with around 1000 people. Amazing.

Apocalyptica is a close second, a pure awesome of metal and cellos.
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#4
Best: Pink Floyd for 'the Division Bell'. We had awesome seats, straight back from the stage. This was back when I still (occasionally) smoked pot, and my brother had some really good stuff. High as a kite with an incredible laser and light show, we enjoyed some incredible acoustics in the normally shitty Metrodome (here in MN).

Also: Dream Theater, Metallica, Rush, Yes, Eric Clapton, Damn Yankees, Prince.

Worst: Guns 'n Roses for 'Use Your Illusion I and II'. This is when they toured with Metallica. Faith No More came out and was good (but uneven), and then Metallica came out (for their Black album) and tore the place up. Very tight, very professional, with high energy and enthusiasm. GnR came out about a half hour LATE (this is back when Axl was in full-on prima donna mode) and flat out SUCKED. Boring, uninspired, and strictly there for the paycheck, Axl missed pretty much every note that he tried to reach. Slash was on, but the rest of the band let him down. After the crushing performance of Metallica, I wasn't surprised to see all of the walkouts during GnR's set.

Also: Queensryche

There's nothing firmed up in my future, as far as concerts go.
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#5
I haven't been to many. When I was a kid I saw 3 Doors Down and Smash Mouth at the State Fair here but I've come to kind of regret those choices.

The only one really worth anything was Heaven and Hell/Megadeth. Down was supposed to play but that was one of the concerts where Phil had the flu so they cancelled.

If Metallica comes around on the Death Magnetic tour I'll hit that up but otherwise I don't see many in my future. North Dakota's a bit off most the map in terms of getting major tours.
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#6
Ha, i swear to god i was going to make the same thread.

These past 3 years i've been to U2 (twice, once in the golden circle), Pearl Jam (twice), Rolling Stones, Roger Waters, Robbie Williams (shut up), Stone Temple Pilots, Dave Matthews Band, Oasis, Jamiroquai, REM, Mars Volta, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Kaiser Chiefs, and a bunch of local bands.

The best one without a doubt was Pearl Jam. I can honestly say that night changed me. It was the closing of a hard but amazing chapter in my life and that night was the perfect bookend. Plus, it was the first of all the list i just mentioned. It kicked off my grown up concert going experience.

The worst had to be the RHCP. It was just a very short concert, with not a great attitude. And i was really away from the band. The rest of them i tend to be really close in the middle of the pit fighting for my life!

Coming up i've got Radiohead in march. Paul McCartney in april (i think) and Foo Fighters & Rage Against the Machine are rumored to come down.
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#7
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Worst: Guns 'n Roses for 'Use Your Illusion I and II'. This is when they toured with Metallica.

Christ, everyone heard of the Montreal riots after the superb GnR performance.... But I missed the Metallica show when they came back after the incident. Everyone who was there tells me it's the best show they ever seen. 3 hours of Metallica. Non-Stop. I hate myself for that.


I can also add Radiohead to my favorites. A smaller venue, playing a preview of their new album. Amazing.

I also have to see Pearl Jam.
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Christ, everyone heard of the Montreal riots after the superb GnR performance.... But I missed the Metallica show when they came back after the incident. Everyone who was there tells me it's the best show they ever seen. 3 hours of Metallica. Non-Stop. I hate myself for that.

Our show in Minneapolis was a couple of weeks after your incident. James was still recovering from his burns, so someone else played his guitar parts throughout the entire evening (except for 'Enter Sandman'). I've seen Metallica 3 times, and this was my best experience with them. GnR had a truly hard act to follow and didn't even try.
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#9
Nothing plan for concerts but I get so worn by down them. I haven't even really seen much. But I'd have to say one of the best shows I ever went to was Depeche Mode at the Staples Center in '05. First time I ever went to show that ran on time. It was great.
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Sigur Ros, Nick Cave. That last one is one of the best I've seen.

Nick Cave had to have been freaking awesome. Would love to see him live.

How did Sigur Ros come across live? I have all of their CD's but seeing them live has to be completely different. I mostly use their music for background.

My wife and I saw Modest Mouse at the house of blues in Myrtle Beach, great show but given their style of music you need to be pretty close to get the full effect.
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Nothing plan for concerts but I get so worn by down them. I haven't even really seen much. But I'd have to say one of the best shows I ever went to was Depeche Mode at the Staples Center in '05. First time I ever went to show that ran on time. It was great.

I saw the same tour. Pretty great, and they're a solid act. Got tickets in a suite from the wife's work, so I guess gratuitous amount of booze contributed to enhance the experience.

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Nick Cave had to have been freaking awesome. Would love to see him live.

How did Sigur Ros come across live? I have all of their CD's but seeing them live has to be completely different. I mostly use their music for background.

My wife and I saw Modest Mouse at the house of blues in Myrtle Beach, great show but given their style of music you need to be pretty close to get the full effect.

Cave tours every few years, but he's a must see. Sigur Ros is nothing short of awesome, really. My only 2 disappointment were the no-seating option venue, and the fact that for that tour they decided to perform alone, without Amiina playing the brass and cellos, it felt like some of the songs were really lacking something, so most songs off Takk and the new record felt naked, while the others were fine.
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#12
I recently got to see the Beastie Boys for the first time ever, and that was pretty sweet. It was a Get Out the Vote show, and they had Tenacious D, Ben Harper, and Graham Nash & David Crosby with them. Great show, good crowd, fun time.

One of the best was last year, when I get to see Tori Amos, and was randomly upgraded to a front row center ticket.

Another good one was seeing Fugazi in 1992 or so, and getting pretty much destroyed in the insane mosh pit.

Also, the Decemberists show I got to see on my birthday a couple years back was incredible, despite the drunken douchebag fratboy who decided to sit right in front of me.

Along those lines, the worst show was probably the Okkervil River/New Pornographers show last year in Madison. The bands were great, but the crowd was a buncha dicks. Totally ruined the show for me.
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#13
I forgot about Jimmy Buffet. I'm not a big fan, but in the right atmosphere (on a boat, on a beach) his music is appropriate. We saw him at the Target Center here in Minneapolis in the mid 90s. The friend who got the tickets got us really, really, shitty seats. Another friend bullshitted his way into one of the party suites (long story) for a major bank (I won't say which) and got us all in there. We pretended to work for the bank, so the executives that were in neighboring suites bought us cases of beer. Pounding free beer, we all got hammered and listened to Jimmy Buffet (shitty sound, though).

True story.
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#14
Metallica was opening for Ozzy in Austin somewhere around 1986 or '87 and so many people bussed over from San Antonio just to see Metallica that they arranged a special show a day or two later at a theater in San Antonio. This was when Cliff Burton was still topside, they were pumped, the crowd was apeshit, it is still one of my best childhood memories.

James Brown in Greensboro, NC in the early '90s. I expected to get not much more than the chance to say I'd seen him live, but he blew the roof off. So much energy and showmanship even that late in the game.

Also Buddy Guy at the Cat's Cradle in Chapel Hill, NC, and Joan Osborne at Jazzfest in New Orleans one year was pretty amazing.
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What's the best concert you've ever been to?

I saw The Arcade Fire the night before Thanksgiving at a club in Milwaukee that holds about 400 people. It was right after Funeral broke, but before they were booking venues accordingly. This picture (that I found on a stranger's blog) nicely illustrates about where Dave and I were standing -



It was sweaty and loud and crowded and even the hippest hipster was dancing. I'm pretty sure I got Winn Butler sweat on me. I have no aspirations to top this experience. Ever.

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What's the worst you've ever been to?

I saw The Spin Doctors when they were touring for Cleopatra's Cat. It was my friend's fault, not mine.

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Any concerts planned in your near future?

Weirdly, not right now. We just had a nice run of shows in Milwaukee (Of Montreal), Chicago (Nick Cave), and Madison (Okkervil River), but there's nothing on the horizon.

edit - Chris, Dave and I were at that OR/NP show in Madison, sitting up in the balcony (behold! The tragically short!!). The crowd around us was good and Okkervil River were so awesome that it almost killed me. Sorry to hear it wasn't as positive for you.
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#16
I can't forget Stevie Ray Vaughan at Riverfest, here in MN. That was about 3 weeks before he was killed. Our view sucked, but the sound was great and he was in great form.
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#17
Best: Rolling Stones on the Bridges to Babylon tour in the Orange Bowl. Went down to Miami for my 30th birthday and my friend had gotten me tickets as a gift. Got there right as Third Eye Blind was finishing their set, then saw the Dave Matthews Band, followed by Smashing Pumpkins, who were joined by Marilyn Manson for "Bullet with Butterfly Wings". Our seats were on the field, about twenty rows back from the stage. Right in front of us was a group of 4 sixteen year old girls, who I figured would be just about done after the Pumpkins set. And damn if they didn't know damn near every single song the Stones played.

As for the Stones, the show started with a dark stage, then suddenly there's Keith Fucking Richards in a spotlight, launching into the opening riff of "Satisfaction" with a look on his face that says, "Yeah, I fucking wrote this, and I'm the baddest mother fucker in this joint." There followed about two and a half hours of one hell of a rock concert. Just awesome.

The Green Day show I saw for their American Idiot tour would be a close second. I'd only heard the single up to that point, and hearing them tear into "Jesus of Suburbia" was a sight to behold, especially being the first time I'd ever heard the song. They ended with a sprawling cover of "We Are the Champions" that had everyone singing along.

My worst concert also involved Green Day, but it wasn't their fault. I went and saw them on some MTV combo tour they did with Blink-182, and someone had the bright idea of having Green Day play first. Well, after that, Blink had absolutely no business going on stage. They looked like a bunch of posers, doing all the stupid, cliched in-between song banter that Green Day had avoided. And they sounded like shit, even on the songs of theirs that I somewhat liked. If I hadn't been the ride home for the friends I went with, I'd have bailed.
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I saw The Arcade Fire the night before Thanksgiving at a club in Milwaukee that holds about 400 people. It was right after Funeral broke

SHIT, I forgot about it! well THAT would be my #2. They came back to town after that, booked Le Corona, as stylish theater that holds like a 1000 people, and opening up for them were the newly created-for-that-show Wolf Parade.
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#19
Best concert that I've attended? Hmm probably Elton Joel/Billy Joel at Rice Stadium in Houston (94).

Worst I've ever attended? Kinda hard to answer, but I'll go with Erasure (89-90) in support of Wild! Mainly due to the crowd.

Nothing planned in the near future.
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#20
Best: Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jeff Beck toured together back in the eighties, and I got to catch them at the Fox Theatre in St Louis. They alternated as to who would be the headliner on that tour, so the time I caught them SRV was the opener. Encore was the two of them jamming their guts out.

Afterwards I did the usual guitar player thing and came out of it vowing to never touch my guitar again.

Worst: Extreme played at a large club with some buddies of mine opening. The writing was on the wall and they just sort of...were there.

No concerts planned in the near future. I have kids. Although if I get a chance to snag some tix I will be. Lucked into going to see Tom Petty last August when I went to visit my sister.
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#21
Best: Nirvana, Montreal, November 2nd 1993 at the Verdun Auditorium. The drone of feedback started the show, Dave Grohl got up and started double-timing on the drums, Krist Novoselic then came in and stated with the opening baseline to Radio Friendly Unit Shift, and then after Pat came out, Kurt descended from a rope ladder from the scaffolding and they kicked in with shifter.

Worst Show: Seeing Live get booed off the stage, opening for the Ramones (they were both on Radioactive Records at the time.) This was in 94, I believe.

Honorable Mention: Breeders at Lollapalooza (MTL), Mudhoney at the Cabaret in 98 (MTL) and surprisingly Fountains of Wayne touring for Utopia Parkway.

Jesus Lizard at Cabaret and then the next year performing at the BELL CENTER (!) has to be the strangest concert experience. JL opened for Bush, so the crowd was packed with little girls pining for Gavin Rossdale. Then David Yow comes out, pull's his dick thru his zipper hole, and lunges into the crowd of kiddies.

Whomever booked those guys to play in that venue are something special.
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#22
The aforementioned Arcade Fire show is way up there for me, but the one to beat for me is still Jeff Buckley in Madison in 95 (a night before the performance on the Live in Chicago DVD).

Some other top contenders:
Dismemberment Plan, Springsteen (probably the only time I've had a great time despite barely being able to see the stage), Richard Thompson, The Replacements (twice on their last tour), Pearl Jam (at the coldest show they'd ever played to that point - if you watch "Dissident" on the Touring Band 2000 DVD, you can see their breath)... I could go on for a while, actually. There was one

The Okkervil River segment of the OR/New Pornographers show that Chris mentioned might be way up there for me, actually. I've seen them three times, but there was something so energetic about that show - they shamed the New Pornographers that night, and I usually love watching them.

Worst?: I've seen so many awful local bands that the truly terrible touring acts I've seen are so much less terrible by comparison. I've seen some pretty awful bands in festival settings - the Go! Team, Devendra Banhart, and Deerhoof were all pretty annoying.

I've seen at least one terrible, boring show by Wilco (although I've seen at least two that were flat-out amazing, and a few others that were well above-average).

Smashing Pumpkins and Zwan were both thoroughly disappointing.

I once saw Blink-182 since Bad Religion was opening, and they might have been halfway decent, if not for the dick and fart jokes that seemed to take up more time than the music.

The biggest, worst high-profile band I ever saw? Probably Limp Bizkit, opening for Faith No More. This is before anyone had really heard of them, and the prospect of a metal band with a DJ sounded halfway compelling. It only took me 30 seconds to figure out that the set wasn't going to get any better, and I left my seat to get a beer.
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#23
Thom Yorke & Co. March 27 Sudamérica. I have never been in such a great event.

I loved the Lou Reed's one, as part of the Ecstasy tour.

ETA: re Tati: any tickets for Radiohead yet?
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#24
Best: Beck around 1999, the Midnight Vultures tour. He played an old town square here (in Belgium), so the location was remarkable enough, and the band was on fire. Shit goddamn that was a great band. Tight as a duck's ass, they turned every single song into a killer groovefest, and the musical reference bits they dropped were too many to count. I've seen him a couple of times before & since (not with the Flaming Lips though, unfortunately) and everytime it was underwhelming at the least (and usually disappointing). But that one show, man...
Runner-up: First Steely Dan reunion tour. I'm a big Dan fan, and those guys really make sure the perfectionism on record goes into the stage show as well. Great band, and if you love the tunes: great music.

Most memorable show: RHCP at a local festival, also 1999, just when John had re-joined the band & Californication was out. They really had found their second breath just then. Thing is: I worked as a journalist then, and had a backstage pass for the festival, but not a stage pass. However, a couple of friends had forged my pass, so during the concert we went backstage, and worked the guy who guarded the stage access, until he caved in and let us get onstage for a couple of songs. When we lined up besides Flea's bass rack, the band plunged into 'Me And My Friends'. We simply went through the roof. Flea came to switch instruments mid-song & flung some sweat on me. I tasted it. Still have regrets at not running onstage and doing a massive dive into the crowd. But after three songs, we thankfully got off & enjoyed the rest of the show from the frontstage. I hope y'all have enough obnoxious teen in you to appreciate an anecdote like this.
After that, unfortunately, RHCP proceeded to suck up until the point where I officially stopped caring. But once that was a red hot band.
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I've seen some pretty awful bands in festival settings - the Go! Team

I actually bought tickets (cheap ones mind you) to see The Go Team! on Halloween a few years back. I kinda liked their 1st album, and I was curious. Since it was on a weeknight, I was tired as hell. To make it worse, they had 2 shitty opening acts, an to top this off, they came on stage near midnight, dressed like sperms. And the music was pretty bad. We left 2 songs in.
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#26
Anyone asks me what the best concert I've been to was, I answer Basement Jaxx. Until then, it was Massive Attack from 2003, but Basement Jaxx last year was a fucking disco-circus. They had about 10 musicians up on the stage, not counting the guys themselves and the singers (about 4 or 5), and they just let loose for about an hour and a half (festival), playing a sort of greatest hits of their songs. At least 15.000 people were there and everyone was dancing. It was a fucking sight to behold and you could actually see them having fun, which was great. Oh yeah, and I'm a metalhead.

For rock, I'd have to say Stone Sour was awesome, everything was played perfectly down to every last note, Corey even came out to do 'Sweet Home Alabama' in between songs. Probably the best frontman working in hard rock today.

The Hives has the most consistantly awesome stage show I've ever witnessed (I've seen them 3 or 4 times now).

Skindred, Rise Against, Mad Caddies, Linkin Park (!!) all deserve honorable mentions.

Muse was great, but the audience sucked balls, someone actually asked me to stop jumping up and down, and I think this was during New Born. I told him that he could stand in the back if that's all he wanted to do, the front is for fans. And it's a rock concert for chrissakes.

Rage Against the Machine was sort of a letdown, it's one thing that there were about a million people, but the whole thing smelled of "we need the money, so we got back together". Not an honest face in the band, that was sad to see. The songs were there, but the delivery was way off.

ETA: I almost forgot Nick Cave back in 2003, one of my earliest concert experiences. I only knew them from Red Right Hand, but I remember being totally blown away. It was a small, intimate gig, and Nick was in his element. That was definitely responsible for kicking off my rock-concert-going phase (that still lasts btw).
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#27
Best Concert: An Evening With Mr. bungle @ the GA Theater in Athens. 2 hours of Bungle greatness. Patton and Co. were on fire the entire set. They played songs from all of the albums and some killer covers. Billy Squire's "The Stroke" will never sound the same again.

Worst Concert: Pink Floyd, Division Bell Tour. Fucking awful.

Favorite Concert Moment: 1996 The Somber Reptile, Atlanta, GA. Antiseen. The band showed up late. There were probably only 30 people there, and they were getting rowdy. The band finally comes on "stage" and singer Jeff Clayton proceeds to tell a story of being late because they stopped to pick up a souvenir. He then pulls a cooler onto the stage and as the band kicks in he removes a dead possum and begins to wrestle with it. By far the most fucked up thing I've ever seen, but it was funny as hell seeing the crowd's reactions.
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Worst Concert: Pink Floyd, Division Bell Tour. Fucking awful.

What happened for your show? Mine was awesome in pretty much every way.
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About as bad as watching a Dj mix records.

If this is boring, then the DJ isn't doing it right. And I've seen plenty of DJs not doing it right over the years - there's few things less interesting than a crappy DJ. But when you see a DJ doing it right, pulling off brilliant juxtapositions in real time without skipping the records and occasionally with one hand literally behind his back - it's anything but boring.
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#30
Concerts and Me.

What is the age where you must give up seeing rock bands in close bar settings? I'm 34 years old. I cant justify seeing bands in small concert venues when I know some 18 year old punks will be staring me and the mrs. down. Its just damn creepy unless you are at a coffee shop. Maybe I'm wrong..
I just know that when I was 18-24 I couldn't figure out why these old fucks were seeing these bands.

anyway, I've fully digressed.

As I stated in a thread lost in the archives, the loudest concert I've been too was Atari Teenage Riot.

Best concert: Foo Fighters at the Ritz 1996?
Concert I barely remember: Archers of Loaf- 1995-Cat's Cradle-completely hammered.
Shortest Concert-Rocket From the Crypt- played 2 songs and quit after the kids started moshing-Cat's Cradle 1999 or 2000
Worst Concert experience- Cornershop opening for Matthew Sweet. The lead singer sang over a tape recorder he had sitting in a chair.
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If this is boring, then the DJ isn't doing it right. And I've seen plenty of DJs not doing it right over the years - there's few things less interesting than a crappy DJ. But when you see a DJ doing it right, pulling off brilliant juxtapositions in real time without skipping the records and occasionally with one hand literally behind his back - it's anything but boring.

I'd take a live PA over a DJ anyday, and this is coming from someone who used to mix. Unless we're talking about like the Q-berts/Mix Master/etc.
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#32
Best: Either last year's Avail show in Boston, or Rocket From the Crypt in March of 2001. Both of those shows rocked me more than I deserve.

Worst: Seeing NIN in a club back in 1994. It was their first show in AZ after the Lollapalooza debacle. The show started out cool -- then it started to suck when I got my front tooth broken in the Mosh pit. That, my friends, is a lot worse than some singer not hitting his notes properly. I got the tooth capped and it finally died in 2007, a week or so after I took the bar. Between the bar exam and a root canal, I'll take the root canal.

Honorable Mentions:

Pigface, circa 1992. People were hanging from the goddamn ceiling.
Tori Amos, circa 1992. Small theater in support of the Little Earthquakes record. It was very impressive.
Jane's Addiction, January 1991.

Future shows:
Here's the problem: most of the bands I dig are too old to tour or they've broken up. So there's nothing really on the horizon except for a Constantines show in December.
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What happened for your show? Mine was awesome in pretty much every way.

We had good seats, about 5th row, but the sound was horrible. The drums were muted, the vocals were way too low, and everything sounded like it was muffled. The songs were there, but they sounded like shit. Just couldn't enjoy it.
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We had good seats, about 5th row, but the sound was horrible. The drums were muted, the vocals were way too low, and everything sounded like it was muffled. The songs were there, but they sounded like shit. Just couldn't enjoy it.

Man, that sucks. I've been in similar situations where concerts were diminished by sub-par sound (Van Halen comes to mind). For some reason, our acoustics were perfect. We were in the HHH Metrodome (which is known for having really shitty sound in general) but we must have been in a sweet spot. Dave Gilmour was really on his game that night, and his guitar just cried with perfect tone throughout his solos.
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Originally Posted by MissZooey

edit - Chris, Dave and I were at that OR/NP show in Madison, sitting up in the balcony (behold! The tragically short!!). The crowd around us was good and Okkervil River were so awesome that it almost killed me. Sorry to hear it wasn't as positive for you.

Okkervil River was INCREDIBLE that night. Just amazing, and the fact that they played for over an hour was icing on the cake.

The problem was we were down on the floor, surrounded by drunken idiots who were crowding us something fierce, and once we finally fought our way out of the crowd, we were just to annoyed to enjoy the New Pornographers. Okkervil River made the whole night worth it, though.
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