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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnyboy11 View Post
    ^I'd be surprised if that happens. Still think there will be a big add.

    Oh, and I missed both The Selecter and Sparks are playing Coachella. Best ever under card for a festival.
    The more I listen to bands that will be there that I hadn't heard before...the less I care about that to be honest.

    If they want to add a Daft Punk or a Depeche Mode or whatever, by all means...have at it. Just know that I will be seeing Sigur Ros regardless of who is playing at the same time. Even if it were the ****ing Beatles or Elvis. Well...maybe if it were them I'd skip it.

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    Besides Sigur Ros, who are your big must sees, Smythe?

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    Just saw Muse.

    A-mah-zing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnyboy11 View Post
    Besides Sigur Ros, who are your big must sees, Smythe?
    Well, I'd probably put them like this if I had a list:

    Really want to see: Stone Roses, Jurassic 5, How to Destroy Angels, Band of Horses, Japandroids, Alt-J, the XX, Violent Femmes, Puscifer, Wu-Tang Clan, Tame Impala, Dino Jr.

    Wouldn't mind seeing: Blur, Lou Reed, Passion Pit, Tegan and Sara, Of Monsters and Men, New Order, Knife Party, Franz Ferdinand, Portugal. the Man, Dropkick Murphys, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Social D, the Lumineers, Dead Can Dance, OMD, Alex Clare, Father John Misty, Airborne Toxic Event

    Seen already and/or don't really care at this point: YYY's (can we trade them for Florence + The Machine please?), Modest Mouse, Postal Service, Phoenix, Hot Chip, RHCP (saw them live a couple years back and man were they bad), Paul Oakenfold (though I figured he'd be higher up on the bill)

    There's like 140 bands that I left off of there as well and a lot fall into that second category. Just didn't want to list them all. Those are just the main ones off the top of my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchbox View Post

    saw quicksand tonight. OMG SO RAD.
    it was only like 20% female and half of them looked like they were dragged there by their bfs or husbands. you can kind of see the mosh pit in my photo. except for the fact that the guys moshing were in their late 20s to mid 30s, this was just like the shows i went to when i was a young lunchbox in college!
    mr. lunchbox said he liked this set better than the one they played at the revelation 25th anniversary shows because the set list was longer, better and had all the songs he wanted to hear in it.

    also, it was the first show we went to together since i was 9 months pregnant.
    you take it and run, 60 miles an hour!

    very nice. never seen those guys live, but watched quite a few youtube videos.

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    oh moz...

    morrissey canceled/postponed all of his shows up until feb 9th in Vegas, which I have tickets for....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarf View Post
    oh moz...

    morrissey canceled/postponed all of his shows up until feb 9th in Vegas, which I have tickets for....
    Bleeding ulcer, which is what happens when you're miserable all the f'in time.

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    Screw Sublime, but Rocket's first confirmed show in the states!


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    might have to take a side trip to brazil

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    Dave Grohl's Sound City Players Rock A Marathon Of Classics In Hollywood | CraveOnline

    The Foo Fighters frontman premiered his long-awaited Sound City documentary earlier in the evening, where attendees were also given a ticket to a live performance following the show. Once the film concluded and moviegoers herded across the street to The Palladium's ballroom floor, Grohl delivered a three-plus hour barrage of music with a revolving cast of collaborators who contributed to the Sound City film and its accompanying soundtrack, Sound City: Real to Reel.

    With Eleven/Queens of The Stone Age multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes at center, the Foos served as the enigmatic songwriter's backing band to kick off the night, rocking through a cover of Queens of The Stone Age's "Hanging Tree":



    Soon after, Chris Goss of Masters of Reality took the stage alongside Grohl, with Rage Against The Machine's Brad Wilk on drums, for a few MoR jams as well as the new collaborative track “Time Slowing Down,” which will see a release on the Sound City: Real To Reel album.

    Each change in onstage personnel was accompanied by a drop-screen video clip, with outtakes from the film prefacing and contextualizing the performance that was about to unfold. Such was the case before Grohl climbed behind the drum kit to aid Black Rebel Motorcycle Club members Robert Levon Been and Peter Hayes for loose renditions of “Red Eyes and Tears,” “Whatever Happened To My Rock And Roll” and their Real to Reel track “Heaven and All”.

    Next came Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor, who led Nirvana's Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear, Grohl and Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen for a set of covers by the latter's band. Was it a little too surreal to see the prime alpha rager belting out "Surrender" and egging the crowd on in a singalong? Yes, indeed it was. Hell, it was downright weird. But damned if it wasn't one hell of an unforgettably, ridiculously awesome moment.


    Not to mention Stevie Nicks and John Fogerty...jeez.

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