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J2ME
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Who are you going to see in 2009?

So far I have the following planned:

Keane @ O2 Arena on February 13th

Judas Priest/Megadeth/Testament @ Wembley Arena on February 21st

Wishbone Ash @ Shepherds Bush Empire on May 16th

Morrissey @ O2 Academy Brixton on May 30th

[ 03. January 2009, 07:12: Message edited by: J2ME ]

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Nothing planned right now. I am still waiting for Eric Johnson or Steve Vai to get to my area. Hopefully it will be sometime in my lifetime. It amazes me that they don't even come to the Tri-State area....EVER! Why?!
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The only concert that I have tickets to right now is the Bamboozle Festival, at which No Doubt is headlining.

Hoping for a bunch more towards the summer, like Bon Jovi, Elton John/Billy Joel, Poison, and Kaiser Chiefs.

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Slipknot with Coheed and Cambria and Trivium @ Cricket Arena Feb 10

Black Tide @ Amos' Southend Feb 18

Ozzfest Summer 2009, North Carolina, TBA

Bonnaroo Festival, Summer 2009, Tennessee, TBA

Probably more later on........

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So I went to see Keane a few nights ago, and I have to say they are amazing live. Pop rock at it's very best.

The energy and sheer rapport they have with the audience is amazing.

The 02 was full to capacity (23,000) with people from all over the world. I lost count of all the different flags waving about, and the different accents/dialects I heard.

It was my first time at the 02 and it's a truly fantastic arena -- acoustically as well as aesthetically.

The set list was as follows:

The Lovers Are Losing
Everybody's Changing
Bend and Break
Better Than This
Again and Again
A Bad Dream
This is The Last Time
Spiralling
Try Again
Sunshine
Snowed Under
The River
You Haven't Told Me Anything
Leaving So Soon?
You Don't See Me
Perfect Symmetry
Somewhere Only We Know
Crystal Ball
---Encore-----
Playing Along
Black Burning Heart
Is It Any Wonder?
Bedshapped

A few clips:

Somewhere Only We Know

Sunshine

Try Again


Next stop for them is South America, then North America in May. If you get the chance to see them -- don't dither, order those ticket's.

Next up for me is Judas Priest/Megadeth this Saturday.

[ 15. February 2009, 09:30: Message edited by: J2ME ]

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Slipknot show was awesome! They announced on radio yesterday no Ozzfest this year though. Next up is Black Tide this Wednesday followed by the Bonnaroo Festival in June. Bonnaroo's gonna be pretty good this year. Springsteen, Phish, and Nine Inch Nails (a suprising add to a usual hippy festival) headlining.......

Slipknot Setlist (in no particular order)

(sic)
Get This
Wait and Bleed
Disasterpieces
Eyeless
Before I Forget
Everything Ends
Left Behind
Purity
Frail Limb Nursery
The Blister Exists
Psychosocial
Dead Memories
Surfacing
Spit It Out
People =****

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I´m waiting for this one:

Sauna Open Air june 5.-7. 2009 Tampere, Finland

Mötley Crüe (Cruefest)
Nightwish
Stratovarius
Thor (!)
Hammerfall
Apocalyptica
Soilwork
Amorphis
Bullet
Sturm und Drang

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sounds like a great concert!! also love slipknot and nine inch nails hope they come here this summer not to many bands come here until april too cold for them i guess lol
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It'll probably be Graspop for me this year...


www.graspop.be

Motley Crue, WASP, Slipknot and Marilyn Manson amongt others

or

Download

www.downloadfestival.co.uk

Slipknot, Def Leppard, Whitesnake, Motley Crue etc.

I'm going to wait for more acts to be announced before I make my mind up...


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Sauna Open Air sounds good this year atomik. I've always wanted to see Stratovarius live. Graspop and Download sound good too Noms. I'm coming across the pond again one of these years to Download........
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When you do that we should definitely meet up for a few beers...


Drink it and Noms will come.... [Cool]

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quote:
Originally posted by J2ME:
Who are you going to see in 2009?

Judas Priest/Megadeth/Testament @ Wembley Arena on February 21st

Wishbone Ash @ Shepherds Bush Empire on May 16th


I'm also going to the Priest Feast on Saturday - can't wait. [Big Grin]

Not going to the Wishbone Ash gig, but I was quite tempted as the godlike genius of It Bites are supporting!

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I'm really psyched up. I've got my Judas Priest/Megadeth playlist going like there is no tomorrow. [Cool]

I have to admit, I don't know very much about Testament.

I booked the tickets for Wishbone Ash before It Bites were announced as support. I've never even heard of them, so I'll have to check out a few cds.

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quote:
Originally posted by J2ME:
I have to admit, I don't know very much about Testament.

You are in for a treat with Testament. It is heavy a$$ metal, but Alex Skolnick on guitar is trained in classical and jazz. His way of mixing in all these different styles into metal is very awesome. Check this out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqkwbHZypaE&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJSMcbO5wB0

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What a night!! Priest Feast was insane.

Three of the greatest Metal bands in history. All under one roof. Amazing.

Thanks to a combination of laziness and the London Underground, I got to Wembley Arena late, and missed most of Testaments set. The 2 songs that I heard were very good and the crowd seemed to be really into them. I even saw a few people with Testament shirts on.

Testament (18:30-19:00)

Over The Wall
The New Order
More Than Meets The Eye
Souls Of Black
Practice What You Preach
D.N.R
3 Days In Darkness
The Formation Of Damnation


Megadeth were up next, and they were immense. The sheer number of people wearing Megadeth shirts was incredible -- someone should have told them they weren't headlining.. [Big Grin]

It was a fairly generic setlist, but with only an hour to play with, what did anyone expect.


Megadeth (19:30-20:30)


Sleepwalker >
Wake Up Dead
Take No Prisoners
A Tout Le Monde
Washington Is Next
She-Wolf
In My Darkest Hour
Symphony of Destruction
Skin O' My Teeth
Hangar 18
Peace Sells
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Holy Wars

Wake Up Dead, A Tout Le Monde, In My Darkest Hour were the highlights for me.


Judas Priest came on next and blew everyone away.

I've been reading blogs/reviews on previous dates during the Priest Feast tour, and the sheer number of people favouring Megadeth during the tour was pretty unsettling to say the least. I like Megadeth, but they are no Priest.

I'm sure that they've been aware of this as well, and wanted to come out and show everyone that they are not passed it. They succeeded with flying colours -- they were easily the best band on the night.

The highlights for me were, Hell Patrol, Painkiller, Eat Me Alive, Sinner, Between The Hammer and The Anvil and the epic Metal Gods.

Judas Priest (21:00-22:45)

Dawn of Creation(Intro)
Prophecy
Metal Gods
Eat Me Alive
Between The Hammer And The Anvil
Devil's Child
Breaking The Law
Hell Patrol
Death
Dissident Aggressor
Angel
Electric Eye
Rock Hard Ride Free
Sinner
Painkiller
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Hell Bent For Leather
The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)
You've Got Another Thing Comin'

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i saw judas priest here a few years back and he was just fantastic love megadeth too sounds like you had a great time thanks for the play list i am hoping they come here this summer?
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i saw a commercial on t.v. last night for nickelback and seether and another band they are gonna be at the air canada centre on march 2 i would love to go see them love seether too there is another band with them too but forgot their name sorry dee [Cool] [Smile] [Wink]
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Ah J2ME I was at the Judas Priest, Megadeth and Testament gig too....The guy who sat next to me came in late....was that you??? Three rewinders under one arena roof....ahhhh 80's BLISS [Smile]
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Earth Angel,

Nope, I was standing. That's pretty cool 3 of us being there at the same time.

One of the best moments of the night was the crowd singing along to "War Pigs"

War Pigs - Priest Feast 21st Feb

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It wasn't as good as the onstage Harley [Smile] and obviously my fave Priest song 'Angel' [Razz] I had a fab night. You weren't near that scary mosh pit were you???
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I was right at the back. You couldn't pay me enough to go near a mosh pit.

I wasn't even aware what exactly was happening during Testament's set until I saw this on youtube.

Testament - Wall of Death

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aaron lewis from staind is gonna be at the casino here thursday and friday night!! i am trying to win tickets all day today to a session with him at the radio station and tickets to the concert cross your fingers for me guys lol dee [Cool] [Smile] [Wink]
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Yeah I was up on the side (right hand side as you look at the stage)....I had a great view of the Mosh pit....I was scared of it up there haha. People really shouldn't run in to each other and beat the crap outta each other in the name of music. You paid the money...watch the freakin band [Roll Eyes]
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Just bought my tickets for "Music as a Weapon IV" tour. Includes the bands Disturbed, Killswitch Engage, Lacuna Coil and Chimaira. This is gonna be a bad a$$ night!!!!!
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Sounds like a kick azz show 80s. I'm gonna check and see if they are coming to my area.............
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