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I never was really a fan of Marilyn Manson, but ironically I saw them twice. Once I was hanging out with friends that liked them. The other time I won tickets through a contest at the comic shop.

The first time I saw them, I was wearing a "Seven" promo t-shirt that I got at the advance screening of the movie. A girl I didn't know begged me to swap shirts with her at the show. It was a strange request, but I didn't do it.


I seen Marilyn Manson in concert, they opened for NIN. I also seen Pantera, Tool, Type O-Negative at different concerts.
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I never was really a fan of Marilyn Manson, but ironically I saw them twice. Once I was hanging out with friends that liked them. The other time I won tickets through a contest at the comic shop.

The first time I saw them, I was wearing a "Seven" promo t-shirt that I got at the advance screening of the movie. A girl I didn't know begged me to swap shirts with her at the show. It was a strange request, but I didn't do it.


I seen Marilyn Manson in concert, they opened for NIN. I also seen Pantera, Tool, Type O-Negative at different concerts.


I was getting away from concert going by that time. I was more of a hard rock fan, and not so much the heavier bands. Even when I saw Metallica from the snake pit, I wasn't really a big fan.




I did like Motorhead & WASP.



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I remember back in the 70s and 80s when rock magazines would poll the top 10 guitarists. Did anyone ever mention Frank Marino of Mahogany Rush?

The audio/video isn't that great but the video does get better at about 1 minute. This guy does not get tired.

You'll have to crank the volume.

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I've seen a lot of good bands in my years. There are two that stand out because the crowds were small and the bands were killer!!! First one is Jimmy Van Zant. They played in the upper room of a bowling alley/entertainment center. Hardly anyone showed up!!! My buddy and I took our chairs right up to the edge of the stage and just jammed with the band. Jimmy actually would come down from the stage and head bang with us. The high point was seeing my buddy up on stage with Jimmy and singing this song with him.

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The second one was Hellyeah!!! They played a rural county fair. It was right after their first album was released and another buddy and I knew who they were because we always listened to hard rock stations on the internet. All the local stations suck around here!!! I think we were among maybe 10-15 people who actually knew their songs. There were maybe 20-30 people at the beginning. By the time they were done, there was maybe 60-80 people. It was another great time, and the band hung out with everybody after for about a half hour or so.




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You'll have to crank the volume.

Is there any other way to listen????
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Chris Squire at his absolute best on the Bass!



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@Jesse_O Talk about small venues,.. the only time I saw RUSH live was Jan 1987 at the Barton Coliseum in Little Rock Arkansas. Maybe about 2000 people on hand, but these guys played their hearts out. The kind of shows that stick to you like glue.

Also, I thought Neil Peart's drum solo was going to last forever!
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I saw INXS in a small club. I was so close I could've ripped the guitar out of the guitarist's hands easily. Met the band afterwards. They talked about filming their early videos and drinking in New Orleans.

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Big Country was pretty good live..

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@X51 INXS - Kick, was the best album. I grew up listening to them. And Ministry, Rollins Band, etc.
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@X51 INXS - Kick, was the best album. I grew up listening to them. And Ministry, Rollins Band, etc.


I liked "X".

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Saw the Psychedelic Furs. They were okay. I only knew a few songs.

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I can't remember if I saw Better than Ezra once or twice.

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Can't remember if I saw Cowboy Mouth once or twice.

Some girls I worked with were big fans of them. They were more like a high energy bar band.

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I think I saw this band, but I can't remember.

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I definitely saw this band. The bass was awesome live. It doesn't reproduce well on the recorded version.

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I saw Quiet Riot in a small club. I used to think they were good. LOL! I actually saw them 3 times and the best show was the small club before their album sales took off.

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I never saw the Scorpions play live, but a girl I used to date was a roadie for them (and a lot of other bands). I think she is credited on the live album. I met their tour manager at her apartment and I drove him to the back door of an arena where Motley Crue was playing so he could hang out with people he knew. I explained to him the word "animation". He was actually the first native German person I'd ever met.

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I saw Quiet Riot in a small club. I used to think they were good. LOL! I actually saw them 3 times and the best show was the small club before their album sales took off.


I did think Rudy Sarzo was a talented bass player.
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Getting warmed up for the Marty Scorsese documentary on Netflix tomorrow. Just about to finish disc 3 and get in to the live stuff.





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Getting warmed up for the Marty Scorsese documentary on Netflix tomorrow. Just about to finish disc 3 and get in to the live stuff.







Holy crap!!! what is this? DEFINITELY watching this!!
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Yep. This is the big one.

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Brilliant!!!!! Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
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Brilliant!!!!! Thank you for bringing this to my attention.


As I suspected...that was f*&king amazing. Bob is the Pied Piper. Pure genius. Everyone needs to watch this. My hair is standing up after watching it.
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Brilliant!!!!! Thank you for bringing this to my attention.


As I suspected...that was f*&king amazing. Bob is the Pied Piper. Pure genius. Everyone needs to watch this. My hair is standing up after watching it.


A masterpiece indeed! Brilliant from start to finish. Not surprised actually Dylan and Scorsese together can't miss....throw in Baez, Mitchell and Ginsberg...genius is an understatement.
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Brilliant!!!!! Thank you for bringing this to my attention.


As I suspected...that was f*&king amazing. Bob is the Pied Piper. Pure genius. Everyone needs to watch this. My hair is standing up after watching it.


A masterpiece indeed! Brilliant from start to finish. Not surprised actually Dylan and Scorsese together can't miss....throw in Baez, Mitchell and Ginsberg...genius is an understatement.


I was most intrigued by Scarlet Rivera. She is something else. I like how she was being chauffeured around in a Rolls Royce.
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