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    Also, why would you measure dicks when you're dickless?
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    Good point, Randy. Ron (and Breakjaw and tom) have probably forgotten more shows than you've been to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage patton View Post
    I guess technicaly my first concert was Sharron, Lois and Brahm. It was at the Pacific Coliseum (a stadium in Vancouver) I got to go onstage and dance with the Elephant. My parents said I had a blast.
    holy shit. they actually performed LIVE?!?!?! i have seriously thought about that show about five times this year. that's insane.


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    sadly there is no way I could possibly list every concert I went to. I don't even know I could pick them out of a list of all time concerts. lol. but my first was U2 in 1987.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastgreatman View Post
    Supre, why would you even bother trying to measure dicks when you know Ron is lying in wait, spending the next three days typing up just the concerts he can remember?
    Ron will automatically win. He wont even try. All of us combined would not be able to come even close to even half the shows hes been too.
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    I started this because I realized that I'd have no way to remember all the shows I had gone to with the increasing pace I was instituting. I wanted to remember as many shows as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tessalasset View Post
    holy shit. they actually performed LIVE?!?!?! i have seriously thought about that show about five times this year. that's insane.
    And heck yes, they performed live! I got onstage during the Skinamarink song too. I am sure if I could remember it, it would rival Gogol's showmanship.
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    When I was a kid I tagged along with my older sister to see Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" tour, Bell Biv Devoe's "Poison tour", and U2, though I can't quite remember the name of their tour...

    Those may have been my first big concerts, I can't remember anything before that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastgreatman View Post
    Also, why would you measure dicks when you're dickless?
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    sadly there is no way I could possibly list every concert I went to. I don't even know I could pick them out of a list of all time concerts. lol.
    touché.

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    Quote Originally Posted by york707 View Post
    Good point, Randy. Ron (and Breakjaw and tom) have probably forgotten more shows than you've been to.
    I'll bet I'm the only one that saw Olivia Newton-John on the "Physical" tour.
    But,I don't think I even come close to Supre in number of concerts.I've maybe been to 30 or 40 in my busiest year,when I had money,lived in LA/OC,and didn't work.
    Recently,though,I've slowed WAY down.This past year for me:
    Coachella
    Jesu/Wolves In The Throne Room at the Sets (where I met John)
    and last night Stevie Wonder at Jobing.com Arena

    And I wouldn't be at all surprised to see John (mountmccabe) be the one who has seen the most shows of everyone (except Ron).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomThom View Post
    When I was a kid I tagged along with my older sister to see Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" tour, Bell Biv Devoe's "Poison tour", and U2, though I can't quite remember the name of their tour...

    Those may have been my first big concerts, I can't remember anything before that.
    Rhythm Nation. Awesome. I remember being so impressed by that album when it came out. Of course, I was six, so my musical sensibilities weren't exactly well-developed yet. I pretty much listened to whatever my older sister was listening to. The older I got, the more I realized that she had a weakness for some pretty bad music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastgreatman View Post
    Supre, why would you even bother trying to measure dicks when you know Ron is lying in wait, spending the next three days typing up just the concerts he can remember?
    So, around about 10 then?

    Mine might take a while, especially if i include all the ones i've played too. I've been to over 100 in 07 alone.
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    if i had my way, id go to a show every night, but just dont have the time so i plan on around 5-10 per year. ill have to make a list since it goes back a bit. first shows were in 1989. saw george strait in sacramento. later that year i saw the stones and living colour at the oakland stadium...

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    I will one up you and add the setlists to each one of the shows i attended or as much info as I could get. Bands in () means i didnt see them at the event. All other bands under festivals listed are ones i actually fully saw.

    Beck
    06.18.03
    Orpheum Theater,Vancouver, BC
    Openers:
    The Black Keys

    SETLIST:
    Novacane
    Mixed Bizness
    Thunder Peel
    The New Pollution
    Get Real Paid
    Nicotine & Gravy
    Lazy Flies
    Do You Realize?? (The Flaming Lips cover)
    Nobody's Fault But My Own
    Guess I'm Doing Fine
    Lost Cause
    Lonesome Tears
    Cold Brains
    Paper Tiger
    Loser
    Hotwax
    Milk & Honey
    Pressure Zone
    Hollywood Freaks
    Where It's At
    Hot In Herre (Nelly cover)
    --
    The Golden Age
    It's All in Your Mind
    Sunday Sun
    --
    Devils Haircut


    Foo Fighters
    07.16.2003 - Vancouver, Canada - Plaza of Nations
    Openers:
    Pete Yorn
    My Morning Jacket

    Setlist:
    All My Life
    My Hero
    Times Like These
    Have It All
    The One
    Generator
    Learn To Fly
    For All The Cows
    Enough Space
    Stacked Actors
    Low
    Hey J.P.
    Monkeywrench
    Tired
    This Is A Call


    Aurora
    Everlong

    Summer Sanitarium 2003
    Seahawk Stadium, August 7th, 2003
    Seattle, WA, USA

    Mudvayne:

    Deftones:*
    teething
    head up
    my own summer
    hexagram
    change
    bloody cape
    nosebleed
    minerva
    seven words

    Linkin Park:
    01: Intro 01:19.50
    02: Don't Stay 03:08.46
    03: Somewhere I belong 03:35.45
    04: Lying From You 03:59.52
    05: Papercut 03:06.37
    06: Points Of Authority 03:25.26
    07: Runaway 04:20.48
    08: Faint 02:45.03
    09: From The Inside 03:00.65
    10: Figure.09 03:58.58
    11: With You 03:19.66
    12: Be Myself 05:09.06
    13: Pushing Me Away 05:23.59
    14: Numb 03:26.72
    15: Crawling 03:28.32
    16: In The End 03:50.20
    17: A Place For My Head 04:07.05
    18: One Step Closer 04:04.29

    Limp Bizkit:
    Hot Dog
    My Generation
    Break Stuff
    Metallica Jam (M.O.P., Creeping Death, Seek and Destroy)
    Sanitarium
    My Way
    Thieves
    Nookie
    Behind Blue Eyes
    Full Nelson
    Take A Look Around
    Faith

    Metallica:
    Battery
    Master of Puppets
    Harvester of Sorrow
    Sanitarium
    For Whom the Bell Tolls
    Frantic
    Sad But True
    St. Anger
    No Remorse
    Seek & Destroy
    Blackened
    Fuel
    Nothing Else Matters
    Creeping Death
    One
    Enter Sandman

    Billy Talent/Alexisonfire
    10/02/03 Croation Cultural Centre
    Openers: Spitalfield, Death from above.
    setlist:*
    01. This Is How It Goes
    02. River Below
    03. Line And Sinker
    04. The Ex
    05. Cut The Curtains
    06. Standing In The Rain
    07. Living In The Shadows
    08. Try Honesty
    09. Prisoners Of Today
    10. Waiting Room (Fugazi Cover)

    Saves The Day
    10/11/03 Croation Culture Centre
    Openers: Taking Back Sunday, Moneen

    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    10/23/03 Pacific Coliseum
    Openers: Mike Watt
    setlist:
    By The Way,
    Scar Tissue,
    Around The World,
    Maybe (John solo),
    Universally Speaking,
    Parallel Universe,
    The Zephyr Song,
    Throw Away Your TV > Don't You Ever Leave,
    I Feel Love (John solo),
    Havana Affair,
    Otherside,
    Purple Stain,
    Don't Forget Me,
    Right On Time,
    Soul To Squeeze,
    Can't Stop,
    Californication,
    Give It Away,
    E: Flea trumpet/Chad drums,
    Under The Bridge,
    Sir Psycho Sexy,
    They're Red Hot

    The Dillinger Escape Plan
    02/29/04 Mesa Luna
    Openers: The Locust, (The Red Light Sting, Your Enemies Friends)
    Setlist:*
    01-Outro
    02-Hollywood Squares
    03-New Song*
    04-Baby's First Coffin*
    05-The Mullet Burden
    06-43% Freebird
    07-New Song*
    08-Jim Fear
    09-When Good Dogs Do Bad Things (part 1)
    10-When Good Dogs Do Bad Things (part 2)
    11-New Song*
    12-The Locust
    13-New Song*
    14-The Running Board
    15-New Song*
    16-43% Burnt

    Alexisonfire
    05/06/04 Croation Cultural Centre
    Openers: Boys Night Out, Black Halos, Blue Skies At War

    Vans Warped TOur
    July 13 2004| Thunderbird Stadium | Vancouver, BC
    Bands: Bad Religion, NOFX, Thursday,NFG, The Vandals,Story of the year,Floggin Molly, Yellowcard,
    Anti Flag,Rise Against, Tacking Back Sunday, THe Early November, IMA Robot
    Bad Religion Setlist:*
    The Empire Strikes First
    Generator
    Epiphany
    American Jesus
    LA is burning
    Recipe for hate
    Kyoto Now
    Gods Love
    Sorrow
    Infected


    Ozzfest
    Aug 12 St. Louis, MO
    UMB Bank Pavilion
    Bands:Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Slayer, Dimmu Borgir, Superjoint Ritual, Black Label Society,
    Slipknot, Hatebreed, Lamb of God, atreyu, (bleeding through), lacuna coil, (every time
    i die), unearth, God forbid, Otep, Devil Driver, Magna-Fi, Throwndown, (Darkest Hour).

    Clay Aiken
    August 13th 2004
    Illinois State Fair

    The Groovin Daddies
    Aug 16th 2004
    Illinois State Fair

    Travis Tritt
    Aug 20th 2004
    Illinois State Fair

    WakeWest 2004
    August 27th 2004
    With:
    4:30 The Heck
    5:30 (Speed To Kill)
    6:30 (The Rumours)
    7:30 (Social Code)
    8:30 Black Halos
    9:30 SUM 41

    Beastie Boys
    September 19th 2004
    Key Arena, Seattle, WA
    Opener: Talib Kweli

    Triple Trouble
    Sure Shot
    Root Down
    Eggman
    Time to Get Ill
    All Lifestyles
    Super Disco Breakin'
    High Plains Drifter
    Shake Your Rump
    Sabrosa
    Ricky's Theme
    Something's Got to Give
    An Open Letter to NYC
    Right Right Now Now
    Paul Revere
    Body Movin'
    Brass Monkey
    Three MCs and One DJ
    So Watcha Want
    Ch-Check It Out

    Intergalactic

    Gratitude
    Sabotage

    Beastie Boys
    September 20th 2004
    Pacific Coliseum
    Opener: Talib Kweli

    MMM opening
    Root Down
    Sure Shot
    Triple Trouble
    Hello Brooklyn
    Pass The Mic
    Time To Get Ill
    Super Disco Breakin
    Posse In Effect
    Shake Your Rump
    Sabrosa
    RIcky's Theme
    SOmethings Gotta Give
    OPen Letter To NYC
    Right Right Now Now
    Paul Revere
    Body Movin
    Brass Monkey
    3MCs and 1 DJ
    So Watcha Want
    Ch-Check It Out

    Intergalactic

    Gratitude
    Sabotage

    Alexisonfire
    10/7/2004
    Croation Cultural Centre
    Opening: Moneen / Hopesfall / Closet Monster


    Green Day
    November 17th 2004
    Pacific Coliseum
    Openers: New Found Glory, Sugarcult

    Intro
    American Idiot
    Jesus of Suburbia
    Holiday
    Are We The Waiting
    St. Jimmy
    Longview
    Hitchin' A Ride
    Brain Stew
    Jaded
    Band Intro's
    Knowledge
    Basketcase
    She
    King For A Day
    Shout
    Wake Me Up When September Ends
    Homecoming
    Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
    Minority
    When I Come Around
    We Are The Champions
    Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)

    Slipknot
    January 16th, 2005
    PNE Forum
    Openers: Killswitch Engage, Unearth

    Intro/Prelude 3.0[PA]
    Blister Exists
    (Sic)
    Disasterpiece
    Three Nil
    Left Behind
    Vermillion
    Pulse Of The Maggots
    Iowa
    The Heretic Anthem
    Duality
    Spit It Out
    (515)
    People = Shit
    Wait And Bleed
    Surfacing/Danger - Keep Away[PA]

    U2
    April 29th, 2005
    GM Place
    Opener: Kings Of Leon

    Main Set:
    City of Blinding Lights,
    Vertigo,
    Elevation,
    The Electric Co.,
    An Cat Dubh - Into the Heart,
    Beautiful Day,
    New Year's Day,
    Miracle Drug,
    Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own,
    Love and Peace or Else,
    Sunday Bloody Sunday,
    Bullet the Blue Sky - When Johnny Comes Marching Home,
    Running to Stand Still,
    Pride,
    Where the Streets Have No Name,
    One

    Encore(s):
    Zoo Station,
    The Fly,
    Mysterious Ways,
    All Because of You,
    Yahweh,
    40


    Warped Tour
    July 12th, 2005
    Thunderbird Stadium
    Bands: The Offspring, Transplants, Alexisonfire, Billy Talent, Dropkick Murphys,
    No Use For A Name, Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold, The Unseen , Boys Night Out

    Sounds Of The Underground
    July 26th, 2005
    Pacific Coliseum
    BANDS: Lamb of God, Clutch, Opeth, Poison the Well,
    Unearth, Chimaira, GWAR, Norma Jean, Every Time I Die, Strapping Young Lad,
    Throwdown, High On Fire, All That Remains, Devil Driver, A Life Once Lost, Madball, Terror

    White Stripes
    August 7th, 2005
    Orpheum Theater
    Opener: The Greenhornes.
    Setlist:
    Black Math
    Top Special
    Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
    Jolene
    I Think I Smell A Rat
    Blue Orchid
    Hotel Yorba
    My Doorbell
    Same Boy You've Always Known
    I'm Finding It Harder To Be A Gentleman Every Day
    Offend In Every Way
    Red Rain
    Death Letter (Son House)
    Little Bird
    Ugly As I Seem
    We Are Going To Be Friends
    Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine
    Let's Shake Hands
    Look Me Over Closely (T. Gilkyson)
    Ball And Biscuit
    The Nurse
    I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself (Bacharach/David)

    ENCORE
    The Hardest Button To Button
    I'm Lonely (But I Ain't That Lonely Yet)
    Seven Nation Army
    Boll Weevil (Trad/Leadbelly)


    Ozzfest 2005
    August 11th, 2005
    Auburn, WA
    White River Ampitheater
    *(Aug 11th Auburn, WA)
    SECOND STAGE
    Arch Enemy [9:20am-9:40am](didnt see)
    Trivium [9:45am-10:05am]
    The Black Dahlia Murder [10:10am-10:30am]
    The Haunted [10:35am-10:55](didnt see)
    Bury Your Dead [11:00am-11:20am]
    Wicked Wisdom [11:25am-11:45am](canceled)
    Gizmachi [11:50am-12:10pm]
    Soilwork [12:15pm-12:35pm]
    It Dies Today [12:40pm-1:00pm](didnt see)
    A Dozen Furies [1:05pm-1:35pm]
    Mastodon [1:40pm-2:10pm]
    As I Lay Dying [2:15pm-2:45pm]
    Killswitch Engage [2:50-3:30pm]
    Rob Zombie [3:35pm-4:35pm]

    MAIN STAGE
    In Flames [4:35pm-4:55pm]
    Black Label Society [5:05pm-5:45pm]
    Shadows Fall [5:55pm-6:35pm]
    Mudvayne [6:45pm-7:35pm]
    Iron Maiden [8:00pm-9:10pm]
    Black Sabbath [9:30pm-11:00pm]

    BLACK SABBATH:

    N.I.B.
    After Forever
    War Pigs
    Dirty Women
    Medley
    Iron Man
    Into the Void
    Black Sabbath
    The Wizard
    SBS/Paranoid
    SLPVIL/Children of the Grave

    IRON MAIDEN

    Wrathchild
    The Trooper
    Phantom Of The Opera
    Revelations
    Run To The Hills
    Hallowed Be Thy Name
    The Number Of The Beast
    Iron Maiden

    Encore:

    Running Free
    Sanctuary

    MUDVAYNE

    Determined
    Silenced
    Death Blooms
    Nothing To Gein
    IMN
    World So Cold
    Forget To Remember
    Happy?
    Not Falling
    Dig

    SHADOWS FALL

    Thoughts Without Words
    Enlightened By The Cold
    Stepping Outside The Circle
    Inspiration On Demand
    Destroyer Of Senses
    What Drives The Weak

    BLACK LABEL SOCIETY

    Stoned And Drunk
    Destruction Overdrive
    13 Years Of Grief
    Suicide Messiah
    Fire It Up
    Stillborn

    IN FLAMES

    Cloud Connected
    Trigger
    Pinball Map
    The Quiet Place
    My Sweet Shadow

    ROB ZOMBIE

    Superbeast
    Super Charger Heaven
    Demonoid Phenomenon
    More Human Than Human
    Living Dead Girl
    Demon Speeding
    Dead Girl Superstar
    Thunderkiss '65
    Dragula

    KILLSWITCH ENGAGE

    A Bid Farewell
    Take This Oath
    Fixation On The Darkness
    The End Of Heartache
    Numbered Days
    My Last Serenade
    Life To Lifeless
    Rose Of Sharyn

    AS I LAY DYING

    Meaning In Tragedy
    94 Hours
    Falling Upon Deaf Ears
    Through Struggle
    Empty Hearts
    Elegy
    Forever

    THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER

    Built For Sin
    I'm Charming
    A Vulgar Picture
    Contagion
    Miasma
    Funeral Thirst


    MASTODON

    Iron Tusk
    March of the Fire Ants
    Where Strides The Behemoth
    Mother Puncher
    Aqua Dementia
    Megalodon
    Blood and Thunder

    TRIVIUM

    Rain
    Ascendancy
    Gunshot to the Head of Trepidation
    Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr
    Like Light to Flies

    ARCH ENEMY

    Silent Wars
    Nemesis
    Dead Eyes See No Future
    We Will Rise
    Ravenous

    SOILWORK

    Stabbing the Drama
    Figure Number Five
    Nerve
    As We Speak

    BURY YOUR DEAD

    Losin' It (Part 1)
    Top Gun
    Vanilla Sky
    Mission Impossible
    Eyes Wide Shut
    The Colour of Money
    Magnolia
    Losin' It (Part 2)

    THE HAUNTED

    All Against All
    99
    DOA
    Bury Your Dead

    IT DIES TODAY

    My Promise
    Severed Ties Yields Severed Heads
    Threnody for Modern Romance
    Freak Gasoline Fight Accident


    New York Yankees vs Seattle Mariners
    August 30th, 2005
    Safeco Field
    Score: Mariners won 8-3 A-rod hit his 40th HR of the season, and i caught his ball during BP)


    Green Day
    September 27th, 2005
    GM Place
    Opener: Jimmy Eats World

    New york yankees
    game 3 of ALDS
    yankee stadium
    score: 11-7 for the angels.

    new york yankees
    game 4 of the ALDS
    yankee stadium
    score: 3-2 for the yankees.

    The Killers
    October 13th, 2005
    Pacific Coliseum
    Opener: British Sea Power

    Arch Enemy/Chimaira
    April 13th, 2006
    Croatian Cultural Centre
    Openers: God Forbid and (Hate Eternal)

    Sasquatch Music Festival
    May 26th, 27th, 28th
    The Gorge
    Bands: Nine Inch Nails, Bauhaus, TV on the radio, HIM, …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead,Wolfmother
    Mainstage: BEN HARPER & The Innocent Criminals, (The Flaming Lips), The Shins, The Tragically Hip,
    Neko Case, Iron & Wine, Sufjan Stevens, Gomez, Wookie: (Sam Roberts), Bedouin Soundclash, (Matt Costa)

    Mainstage: Beck, Death Cab For Cutie, Queens of the Stone Age, Matisyahu, The Decemberists,
    Arctic Monkeys,Nada Surf, Pretty Girls Make Graves, Blue Scholars
    Wookie: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah,


    NIN:
    somewhat damaged
    you know what you are
    sin
    terrible lie
    march of the pigs
    something i can never have
    closer
    burn
    gave up
    help me im in hell
    non entity
    only
    wish
    la mer (shorter piano version, )
    into the void
    big come down
    suck
    get down make love
    hurt
    hand that feeds
    head like a hole

    Tragically Hip:
    Grace, Too
    The Lonely End Of The Rink
    Nautical Disaster
    The Drop Off
    Courage
    Try
    Fully Completely
    Poets

    Beck:*
    1.Devils Haircut
    2.Girl
    3.Qué Onda Guero
    4.Black Tambourine
    5.The New Pollution
    6.Mixed Bizness
    7.Information
    8.Hotwax
    9.Hell Yes
    10.Minus
    11.Soldier Jane
    12.Paper Tiger
    13.Movie Theme
    14.Lost Cause
    15.Guess I'm Doin' Fine
    16.One Foot in the Grave
    17.Clap Hands
    18.Beercan
    19.Sexx Laws
    20.Where It's At
    21.Loser
    22.1000 BPM
    23.E-Pro

    Godsmack
    June 25, 2006
    The Orpheum
    Opener: Hinder

    Whatever
    Greed
    Livin in Sin
    Faceless
    Enemy
    Voodoo
    Shinedown
    Straight Out
    Realign
    Awake
    Solo
    Keepaway
    Serenity
    Wizard
    Speak
    Stand Alone


    Ozzfest 2006
    June 29th, 2006
    White River Ampitheater
    Bands: Main Stage: Ozzy Osbourne,System of a Down, Disturbed, Hatebreed,
    Lacuna Coil, Avenged Sevenfold, Dragonforce

    2nd Stage: Black Label Society, Atreyu, Bleeding Through,
    Unearth and (Norma Jean), The Red Chord, Strapping Young Lad,
    (Between the Buried and Me), (Full Blown Chaos), A Life Once Lost and All
    That Remains, (Bad Acid Trip)

    Ozzy:
    I Don't Know
    Mr. Crowley
    Believer
    Flying High Again
    Goodbye To Romance
    Suicide Solution (w/Zakk solo)
    Into The Void
    I Don't Wanna Change The World
    Road To Nowhere
    Crazy Train
    encore:
    Mama, I'm Coming Home
    Bark At The Moon
    Paranoid

    Foo Fighters (acoustic)
    July 10th, 2006
    The Orpheum
    Opener: Tim Curran

    Razor
    Still
    On The Mend
    Walking After You
    Over And Out
    Next Year
    Another Round
    Ain't It The Life
    See You
    Floaty
    Virginia Moon
    Cold Day In The Sun
    Miracle
    February Stars
    Times Like These
    Friend Of A Friend
    Best Of You
    Everlong



    The Unholy Alliance Tour:
    July 13th, 2006
    GM Place
    Bands: Slayer, Lamb of God, Mastodon, Children of Bodom, Thine Eyes Bleed.

    South of Heaven
    Silent Scream
    War Ensemble
    Blood Red
    Cult
    Disciple
    Mandatory Suicide
    Seasons in the Abyss
    Chemical Warfare
    Eyes of the Insane
    Dead Skin Mask
    Raining Blood
    Hell Awaits
    Antichrist
    Angel of Death

    Ruin
    Hourglass
    Laid To Rest
    As The Palaces Burn
    11th Hour
    Now You've Got Something To Die For
    Purified
    The Faded Line
    Vigil
    Redneck
    Black Label

    01.) Intro
    02.) Iron Tusk
    03.) March of the Fire Ants
    04.) Circle Cysquatch
    05.) Where Strides The Behemoth
    06.) Mother Puncher
    07.) Aqua Dementia
    08.) Capillarian Crest
    09.) I Am Ahab
    10.) Crystal Skull
    11.) Megalodon
    12.) Blood and Thunder

    Silent Night, Bodom Night
    Needled 24/7
    Living Dead Beat
    Sixpounder
    Angels Dont Kill
    In Your Face
    Hate Me!
    Downfall

    Seattle Mariners vs Boston Red Sox
    July 22nd, 2006
    Safeco Field
    Seattle won 5-2


    Bedouin Soundclash
    July 27th, 2006
    Malkin Bowl
    Opener: (some band from Mexico City)

    Rob Zombie
    Aug 3rd, 2006
    Pacific Coliseum
    Opener: Anthrax

    American Witch
    Demon Speeding
    Living Dead Girl
    More Human Than Human
    Never Gonna Stop
    House of 1000 Corpses
    Let It All Bleed Out
    Superbeast
    Super charger heaven
    Foxy Foxy
    Thunderkiss 65
    The Devils Rejects
    Dragula
    The Lords of Salem
    Feel So Numb

    Sounds Of The Underground
    August 10th, 2006
    PNE Forum
    Bands: As I Lay Dying, In FLames, Cannibal Corpse, Gwar, 3 Inches of Blood, Terror,
    Black Dahlia Murder, Behemoth, Evergreen Terrace, THrough The Eyes of the Dead, (The Chariot)
    (Trivium)

    Tool
    August 22nd, 2006
    GM Place
    Opener: ISIS

    Stinkfist
    The Pot
    46 + 2
    Jambi
    Schism
    Lost Keys (Blame Hoffman)
    Rosetta Stoned
    Right In Two
    (Crazy Drum solo bit)
    Sober
    Lateralus

    ///////////////

    Vicarious
    Ænema


    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    September 14th, 2006
    GM Place
    Opener: The Mars Volta.

    Can’t Stop
    Dani California
    Scar Tissue
    Charlie
    Fortune Faded
    Ready Made
    Blood Sugar Sex Magic
    Throw Away Your TV
    Snow (Hey Oh)
    Me and My Friends
    Emily (John solo)
    Stadium Arcadium
    Don’t Forget Me
    Right On Time
    Tell Me Baby
    Californication
    By The Way
    Public Enemy song… perhaps ‘you’re gonna get yours’?
    Give It Away
    21min Jam session with the guitarrist from Mars Volta



    Bad Religion/ Dropkick Murphies
    September 30th, 2006
    PNE Forum
    Openers:Comeback Kid, Clit 45

    Let Them Eat War
    Fuck Armageddon This Is Hell
    Supersonic
    Atomic Garden
    Sanity
    Modern Man
    Defense
    I Want To Conquer The World
    21st Century Digital Boy
    Turn On The Light
    No Control
    Come Join Us
    Anastesia
    Struck a Nerve
    Do What You Want
    You
    Generator
    Infected
    Suffer/Dream Of
    American Jesus
    Sorrow

    Beastie Boys
    October 4th, 2006
    Hiro Ballroom at the Maritimes Hotel
    Openers: Marshall Crenshaw, Blue Oyster Cult, Nellie McKay, The Choke, The Star Spangles,
    Sic Fucks, Joe Hurley and the gents, the duelling bankheads, murray weinstock, Debbie Harris

    Slow and Low
    Body Movin
    Sure Shot
    Triple Trouble
    Shake Your Rump
    Pass The Mic
    Egg Man
    Hello Brooklyn
    No Sleep Till Brooklyn
    Root Down
    Ch-Check It Out
    3MCs and 1 DJ
    _________________
    Intergalactic
    So Whatcha Want

    Massive Attack
    October 5th, 2006
    Roseland Ballroom
    Openers: DJ Language


    01.false flags
    02.rising son
    03.black milk redux
    04.man next door
    05.karmacoma
    06.butterfly caught
    07.hymn of the bigwheel
    08.mezzanine
    09.teardrop
    10.angel
    11.future proof
    12.safe from harm
    14.inertia creeps
    15.unfinished sympathy
    16.group four


    Bob Dylan
    October 11th, 2006
    Pacific Coliseum
    Openers: Kings of Leon

    Cat's In The Well
    You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
    Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
    When The Deal Goes Down
    Watching The River Flow
    Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
    It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
    Tangled Up In Blue
    Workingman's Blues #2
    Highway 61 Revisited
    Simple Twist Of Fate
    Desolation Row
    Summer Days
    Like A Rolling Stone
    All Along The Watchtower


    Beastie Boys
    October 23rd, 2006
    The Joint@ Hard Rock Hotel
    Opener: Karaoke

    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    Root Down
    Super Disco Breakin'
    Triple Trouble
    Sure Shot
    Pass the Mic
    Time to Get Ill
    Shake Your Rump
    Do It
    Egg Man
    New Style
    Hello Brooklyn (dedicated to the message board group)
    Skills to Pay the Bills
    Posse in Effect
    Body Movin'
    Paul Revere (performed on stools, Rat Pack style)
    So What'cha Want
    Intergalactic
    Gratitude
    Sabotage

    Rolling Stones
    November 25th, 2006
    BC Place
    Opener: Bonnie Raitt

    1. Jumpin Jack Flash
    2. It's Only Rock and Roll
    3. Oh No Not You Again
    4. She Was Hot
    5. Shine a Light w/Bonnie Raitt!!!
    6. Streets of Love
    7. Midnight Rambler
    8. Tumbling Dice

    (intros)

    9. You Got the Silver (Keith)
    10. Slipping Away!!! (Keith)
    11. Connection (3rd one for Keith!!!)

    12. Miss You (moving to b-stage)
    13. Get Off Of My Cloud
    14. Start Me Up
    15. Honky Tonk Women (moving back to main stage)

    16. Sympathy For the Devil
    17. Paint It Black
    18. Brown Sugar

    (encores)

    19. You Can't Always Get What You Want
    20 Satisfaction


    Aerosmith/Motley Crue
    December 13th, 2006
    GM Place

    01. Toys In The Attic
    02. Walkin' The Dog
    03. Love In An Elevator
    04. Cryin'
    05. What It Takes
    06. Baby Please Don't Go
    07. Stop Messin' Around
    08. Seasons Of Wither
    09. Dream On
    10. Helter Skelter (w/Nikki)
    11. Lord Of The Thighs
    12. Last Child
    13. Sweet Emotion
    14. Draw The Line

    Encore:

    15. Walk This Way

    Incubus
    January 5th, 2007
    Queen Elizabeth Theater
    Opener: Albert Hammond Jr.

    Quicksand
    A Kiss to Send Us Off
    Stellar
    Nowhere Fast
    Anna Molly
    Wish You Were Here
    Out From Under (If I remember correctly, Jose, Kilmore and Ben left the stage after this song)
    New Skin (Acoustic)
    Drive (Acoustic - Ben joined in with bass about 1/2 way through)
    Earth to Bella Pt. 1 (Ben and Mike on bass, Brandon on acoustic - Jose and Kilmore return)
    Redefine Remix
    Sick Sad Little World
    Talk Shows on Mute
    Rogues
    Dig
    Megalomaniac

    *Encore
    Echo
    Blood on the Ground
    Earth to Bella Pt. 2 (featuring Brandon fucking up the first 30 seconds and asking Mike to restart, pretty damn funny - song ended with Brandon and Ben leaving, Jose, Kilmore and Mike played it out afterwards)

    Snoop Dogg & Ice Cube
    January 13th, 2007
    Pacific Coliseum
    Opener: DPG (Kurupt & Daz) and Belly


    Papa Roach
    January 27th, 2007
    Commodore Ballroom
    Openers: It Dies Today & Art of Dying

    Justice
    March 25th, 2007
    Caprice
    Opener: Sebastian and Busy P, DJ Mehdi, So Me

    Silversun Pickups
    April 12th, 2007
    Richards on Richards
    Opener: Sea Wolf, Elizabeth

    Ice Cube
    April 25th, 2007
    House of Blues
    Anaheim, California



    Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
    April 27th, 2007
    Empire Polo Fields
    Indio, CA
    Bands: Bjork, Sonic Youth, Jarvis Cocker, Peaches, Silversun Pickups, Satellite Party

    1 EARTH INTRUDERS
    2 hunter
    3 unravel
    4 oceania
    5 all is full of love
    6 pleasure is all mine
    7 jòga
    8 pagan poetry
    9 bachelorette
    10 vokuro
    11 Army of me
    12 INNOCENCE
    13 WANDERLUST
    14 hyperballad
    15 pluto
    16 DECLARE INDEPENDENCE

    Jarvis Cocker:
    Fat Children
    Don't Let Him Waste Your Time
    Heavy Weather
    I Will Kill Again
    One Man Show
    Tonite
    Big Julie
    Black Magic
    Cunts Are Still Running The World

    Sonic Youth:
    1. Candle
    2. Incinerate
    3. Reena
    4. Mote
    5. Do You Believe In Rapture?
    6. What a Waste
    7. 100%
    8. Jams Run Free
    9. Pink Steam
    10. Shaking Hell

    Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
    April 28th, 2007
    Empire Polo Fields
    Indio, CA
    Bands: Tiesto, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Arcade Fire, Justice,The Nightwatchman,
    MSTRKRFT, Dj Heather, Steve Aoki

    Intro Jam
    Can't Stop
    Dani California
    (Ant and Flea do an impromptu jam of "Baby Appeal")
    Otherside
    Readymade
    TAYTV
    John Solo
    Snow (Hey Oh)
    Get On Top
    She's Only 18
    Flea Solo
    Higher Ground
    I Feel Love
    This Velvet Glove
    Don't Forget Me
    Give It Away
    C'mon Girl
    Under The Bridge
    By The Way


    Keep the Car Running
    Black Mirror
    Haiti
    (Neighbourgood #2) Laika
    Intervention
    Ocean of Noise
    (Antichrist Television Blues)
    My Body Is A Cage
    Wake Up
    (Neighbourhood #1 ) Tunnels
    (Nieghbourhood #3 ) Black Out
    Rebellion (Lies)
    No Cars Go


    Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
    April 29th, 2007
    Empire Polo Fields
    Indio, CA
    Bands: Rage Against The Machine, Manu Chao, Crowded House, Willie Nelson, The Roots,
    Explosions In The Sky, The Feeling, Lupe Fiasco, Mika.

    01. Testify
    02. Bulls On Parade
    03. People Of The Sun
    04. Bombtrack
    05. Bullet In The Head
    06. Down Rodeo
    07. Guerrilla Radio
    08. Renegades Of Funk (AFRIKA BAMBAATAA cover)
    09. Calm Like A Bomb
    10. Sleep Now In The Fire
    11. Wake Up
    12. Freedom>Township Rebellion
    13. Killing In The Name

    Crowded House:
    'When You Come
    'World Where You Live
    'Don't Dream It's Over'
    'Don't Stop Now'
    'Fall'
    'Silent House'
    'Private Universe'
    'People Are Like Suns'
    'Something So Strong'
    'Locked Out'
    'Better Be Home'
    Better Be Home Soon

    Explosioins in The Sky Setlist

    Memorial
    Welcome Ghosts
    Catastrophe and The Cure
    Your Hand in Mine
    the Only Moment We Were Alone

    George Carlin
    May 5th, 2007
    River Rock Casino

    (Dimmu Borgir)
    May 11th, 2007
    Commodore Ballroom
    Bands: unearth, devildriver, kataklysm

    Arcade Fire
    May 24th, 2007
    Deer Lake Park
    Opener: St. Vincent

    Black Mirror
    Keep The Car Running
    No Cars Go
    Haiti
    Neighbourhood #2 (Laika)
    Black Wave / Bad Vibrations
    In The Backseat
    Intervention
    (Antichrist Television Blues)
    Ocean Of Noise
    Neighbourhood #1 (Tunnels)
    The Well And The Lighthouse
    Neighbourhood #3 (Power Out)
    Rebellion (Lies)
    Encore Break
    My Body Is A Cage
    Wake Up


    Beastie Boys
    May 25th, 2007
    Crocodile Cafe
    Seattle, WA

    B For My Name
    Sabrosa
    Live at PJ's
    Do It
    Electric Worm
    Transitions
    Son of Neckbone
    Honky Rink
    Off the Grid
    Root Down/Get It
    Egg Raid On Mojo
    Tough Guy
    Remote Control
    Mark On the Bus
    Shambala
    Ricky's Theme
    Pow!
    Jimmy James/Happy Birthday
    Sabotage
    ENCORE
    Sure Shot
    Time For Living
    Heart Attack Man


    Sasquatch Music Festival
    May 26th, 2007
    Gorge Ampitheater
    George, WA

    Beastie Boys (instrumental set)
    The Arcade Fire
    Grizzly Bear
    Ghostland Observatory
    Electrelane

    Time for Livin'
    Gratitude
    Sabrosa
    Electric Worm
    Live at PJ's
    Root Down and Get It
    Suco De Tangerina
    Do It
    Mark on the Bus
    Tough Guy
    Remote Control
    Honky Rink
    Pow
    Shambala
    Off the Grid
    Jimmy James
    Sabotage

    Sure Shot
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    Heart Attack Man
    The Maestro

    Black Mirror
    No Cars Go
    Haiti
    Laika
    Black Waves
    Intervention
    Antichrist Television Blues (dedicated to Jerry Falwell)
    Ocean of Noise
    Tunnels
    Well & Lighthouse
    Power Out
    Keep the cars running
    Wake Up


    Sasquatch Music Festival
    May 27th, 2007
    Gorge Ampitheater
    George, WA

    Beastie Boys
    Interpol
    Spoon
    Bad Brains
    The Polyphoric Spree
    Blackalicious

    Gratitude
    Time for Livin'
    Remote Control
    Off the Grid
    Body Movin'
    Sure Shot (Turntables)
    Shake Your Rump
    Jimmy James/Happy Birthday
    Do It (Instruments)
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    The Maestro
    Electric Worm
    Shambala
    Son of Neckbone
    Something's Got to Give
    Root Down (Instruments)
    Root Down (Turntables)
    Pass the Mic
    So What'cha Want

    MMM Solo
    Intergalactic
    Ch-Check It Out
    Heart Attack Man
    Sabotage




    Hurricane Festival
    June 22nd - 24th
    Eichenring
    Scheessel, Germany
    Bands: Pearl Jam, Placebo, Bloc Party, Incubus, Modest Mouse, Interpol,
    The Arcade Fire, Bright Eyes, Snow Patrol, Queens of the Stone Age, Beastie Boys,
    Marilyn Manson, Sonic Youth, Mogwai, Kings of Leon, Dropkick Murphys, Editors,
    Manic Street Preachers, Porcupine Tree, …, Isis, The Hold Steady, Die fantastischen Vier,
    The Good, The Bad & The Queen, Virginia Jetzt!, Juliette & The Licks, Aereogramme,
    Dendemann, The Films, FOTOS, Ohrbooten, Karpatenhund and ear-O-tation, Frank Black,
    The Bravery, Johnossi, Less Than Jake, Super 700, La Vela Puerca, The Sounds, Satellite Party,
    Jet,The Blood Brothers, Cold War Kids, Deichkind, Five O’Clock Heroes, Howling Bells,
    Mutemath, State Radio, Sugarplum Fairy and Tokyo Police Club. Me First and The Gimme Gimmes

    Incubus:
    Nice To Know You |
    A Kiss To Send Us Off |
    Anna Molly |
    Circles |
    Privilege |
    Love Hurts |
    Drive |
    Earth To Bella I |
    Megalomaniac |
    Are You In ? |
    Pistola |
    Nowhere Fast |
    The Warmth |
    Wish You Were Here

    Beastie Boys
    June 26th, 2007
    Le Zenith
    Paris, France
    Opener: Cornelius

    Gratitude
    Time for Livin
    B For my Name
    Remote Control
    Root Down
    Triple Trouble
    Sure Shot
    Shake Your Rump
    Electric Worm
    Live at PJs
    Sabrosa
    Tough Guy
    Pass The Mic
    Super Disco Breakin
    Body Movin
    Brass Monkey
    Off The Grid
    Shambala
    Something's Got To Give
    The maestro
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    No Sleep Till Brooklyn
    Ch-CHeck it out
    So Whatcha Want
    Intergalactic
    Heart attack man
    sabotage

    Deftones
    July 11th, 2007
    Commodore Ballroom
    Opener: Die Mannequin, From First To Last

    Korea
    Elite
    Digital Bath
    Beware
    Rats! Rats! Rats!
    One Weak
    Root
    Nosebleed
    Bored
    My Own Summer (Shove it)
    Lhabia
    Minerva
    Bloody Cape
    Hole In the Earth
    Kimdracula
    Around the Fur
    Headup
    ============
    Passenger
    Engine no. 9


    Lamb of God and Hatebreed
    July 13th, 2007
    Croatian Cultural Center
    openers: Behemoth and 3 Inches of Blood



    Sonic Youth performs Daydream Nation
    July 20th, 2007
    Greek Theather
    Berkeley, California
    Opener: red kross

    Daft Punk
    July 21st, 2007
    LA Sports Arena
    Openers: Ratatat, Sebastian, Kavinsky

    Lollapalooza
    August 3rd, 2007
    Grant Park, Chicago
    Bands: Daft Punk, Ghostland Observatory, The Polyphonic Spree, MIA, Silversun Pickups,
    Satellite Party, Against Me

    Ghostland O:
    Piano Man
    Ghetto Magnet
    Stranger Lover
    Vibrate
    Sad Sad City
    All You Rock & Rollers
    Shoot 'em Down
    Midnight Voyage
    Move With Your Lover
    Untitled
    Rich Man

    MIA:
    Bamboo Banga
    World Town
    XR2
    Pull Up the People
    Sunshowers
    20 Dollar
    Hussel
    Jimmy
    10 Dollar
    URAQT
    Bucky Done Gun
    Bird Flu
    Boyz
    Paper Planes
    Galang

    Satellite Party:
    Stop!
    Kinky
    Insanity Rains
    Mountain Song
    Hard Life Easy
    Been Caught Stealing
    Only Love, Let's Celebrate
    Wish Upon A Dog Star
    Pets
    Ultra Payloaded Satellite Party
    Jane Says

    Lollapalooza
    August 4th, 2007
    Grant Park, Chicago
    Bands: Muse, Silverchair,Clay your hands say yeah,snow patrol,
    Patti Smith

    Snow Patrol:
    Hands Open
    Chocolate
    It's Beginning to get to me
    Spitting Games
    Headlights
    How to Be Dead
    Chasing Cars
    Shut Your Eyes
    Set the Fire to the Third Bar (with Nikki from Silversun Pickups!)
    Make This Go On Forever
    Run
    Open Your Eyes
    You're All I Have


    Silverchair:
    Young Modern Station
    Emotion Sickness
    Without You
    The Greatest View
    Insomnia
    Reflections of a Sound
    Straight Lines
    The Doors
    Mind Reader
    Happy Birthday
    Ana's Song
    If You Keep Losing Sleep
    Freak

    Lollapalooza
    August 5th, 2007
    Grant Park, Chicago
    Bands: Iggy Pop, Pearl Jam, Modest Mouse, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Amy Winehouse
    Blue october,

    PJ:
    Why Go
    Corduroy
    Save You
    Do The Evolution
    Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
    Severed Head
    Education
    Even Flow
    Given To Fly
    World Wide Suicide
    Lukin
    Not For You
    Daughter
    State of Love and Trust
    Wasted Reprise
    Alive
    Better Man
    Crazy Mary
    Life Wasted
    Rear View Mirror
    No More
    Keep on Rockin' in the Free World

    Iggy Pop:
    Loose
    Down On The Street
    1969
    I Wanna Be Your Dog
    TV Eye
    My Idea of Fun
    Dirt
    Real Cool Time
    No Fun
    1970
    Fun House
    Skull Ring

    Amy Winehouse:
    Addicted
    Just Friends
    Tears
    He Can Only Hold Her
    Back to Black
    Wake Up Alone
    Love Is a Losing Game
    Hey Little Rich Girl
    You're Wondering Now
    Cupid
    You Know I'm No Good
    Me & Mr. Jones
    Rehab
    Valerie

    Rodrigo y Gabriela:
    Sangre Ritmo
    F.T.U.S.V.D.
    Orion
    FOC
    Tamacun
    One
    Untitled
    Wish You Were Here
    Viking Man
    Stairway to Heaven
    Diablo Rojo

    Beastie Boys
    August 19th, 2007
    Greek Theater
    Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf

    1. Time For Livin'
    2. Remote Control
    3. Live At PJ's
    4. Off the Grid
    5. Root Down
    6. Triple Trouble
    7. Sure Shot
    8. Shake Your Rump
    9. Electric Worm
    10. Sabrosa
    11. Gratitude
    12. Tough Guy
    13. Super Disco Breakin'
    14. Pass The Mic
    15. Body Movin'
    16. Brass Monkey
    17. B For My Name
    18. Shambala
    19. Lighten Up
    20. Egg Raid On Mojo
    21. Three MC's And One DJ
    22. No Sleep Till Brooklyn
    23. Ch-Check It Out
    24. So What'Cha Want
    25. Mix Master Mike Intermission
    26. Intergalactic
    27. Heart Attack Man
    28. Sabotage


    Beastie Boys
    August 20th, 2007
    Greek Theater
    Opener: Zoe Rogers

    1. Mix Master Mike Intro
    2. It's The New Style
    3. Alright, Hear This
    4. Skills To Pay The Bills
    5. Triple Trouble
    6. Brass Monkey
    7. The Maestro
    8. Off the Grid
    9. Son Of Neckbone
    10. Body Movin'
    11. Sure Shot
    12. Ch-Check It Out
    13. Paul Revere
    14. Shake Your Rump
    15. Time For Livin'
    16. Suco De Tangerina
    17. Sabrosa
    18. Egg Raid On Mojo
    19. Intergalactic
    20. Root Down
    21. Time To Get Ill
    22. Pass The Mic
    23. Three MC's And One DJ
    24. Heart Attack Man
    25. Remote Control
    26. Mix Master Mike Intermission
    27. So What'Cha Want
    28. Tough Guy
    29. Sabotage

    Beastie Boys
    August 21st, 2007
    The Wiltern
    Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf

    1. Son Of Neckbone
    2. Suco De Tangerina
    3. Live At PJ's
    4. 14th St. Break
    5. Flutterman's Rule
    6. Remote Control
    7. Time For Livin'
    8. Pow
    9. Lighten Up
    10. Root Down / Get It
    11. Electric Worm
    12. In 3's
    13. Egg Raid On Mojo
    14. The Gala Event
    15. Jimmy James
    16. B For My Name
    17. Song For The Man
    18. Mark On The Bus
    19. Shambala
    20. Sabrosa
    21. Tough Guy
    22. Off the Grid
    23. Ricky's Theme
    24. Do It
    25. Heart Attack Man
    26. Gratitude
    27. So What'Cha Want
    28. Sure Shot
    29. Three MC's And One DJ
    30. Sabotage


    Beastie Boys
    August 23rd, 2007
    Santa Barbara Bowl
    Opener: Bucky

    1. Off the Grid
    2. Gratitude
    3. Time For Livin'
    4. Root Down
    5. Super Disco Breakin'
    6. Sure Shot
    7. An Open Letter To NYC
    8. Shake Your Rump
    9. Remote Control
    10. Electric Worm
    11. Shambala
    12. Egg Raid On Mojo
    13. Brass Monkey
    14. Pass The Mic
    15. Skills To Pay The Bills
    16. Time To Get Ill
    17. Three MC's And One DJ
    18. The Maestro
    19. The Gala Event
    20. Tough Guy
    21. Sabrosa
    22. Alright, Hear This
    23. Ch-Check It Out
    24. No Sleep Till Brooklyn
    25. Body Movin'
    26. Triple Trouble
    27. So What'Cha Want
    28. Mix Master Mike Intermission
    29. Intergalactic
    30. Heart Attack Man
    31. Sabotage


    Beastie Boys
    August 24th, 2007
    The Warfield - SF
    Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf

    1. Transitions
    2. Son Of Neckbone
    3. Groove Holmes
    4. Suco De Tangerina
    5. Live At PJ's
    6. 14th St. Break
    7. Flutterman's Rule
    8. Remote Control
    9. Time For Livin'
    10. Pow
    11. Lighten Up
    12. Root Down / Get It
    13. Electric Worm
    14. In 3's
    15. Egg Raid On Mojo
    16. The Gala Event
    17. Jimmy James
    18. B For My Name
    19. Mark On The Bus
    20. Shambala
    21. Sabrosa
    22. Tough Guy
    23. Off the Grid
    24. Ricky's Theme
    25. Do It
    26. Heart Attack Man
    27. Gratitude
    28. So What'Cha Want
    29. Sure Shot
    30. Three MC's And One DJ
    31. Sabotage


    Beastie Boys
    August 25th, 2007
    Greek Theater - UC Berkeley
    Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf

    1. Mix Master Mike Intro
    2. Time For Livin'
    3. Gratitude
    4. Live At PJ's
    5. Sabrosa
    6. Root Down
    7. Super Disco Breakin'
    8. Sure Shot
    9. An Open Letter To NYC
    10. Shake Your Rump
    11. Heart Attack Man
    12. Remote Control
    13. Electric Worm
    14. Lighten Up
    15. Brass Monkey
    16. Pass The Mic
    17. Skills To Pay The Bills
    18. Posse In Effect
    19. Time To Get Ill
    20. The Maestro
    21. The Gala Event
    22. Tough Guy
    23. Egg Raid On Mojo
    24. Alright, Hear This
    25. Ch-Check It Out
    16. Paul Revere
    27. Body Movin'
    28. Three MC's And One DJ
    29. So What'Cha Want
    30. Mix Master Mike Intermission
    31. Intergalactic
    32. No Sleep Till Brooklyn
    33. Sabotage



    Korn
    September 2nd, 2007
    Verizon Wireless Ampitheater
    Openers: Evanescance, Atreyu, Hellyeah, Trivium, FLyleaf

    Intro
    Here To Stay
    Good God
    Starting Over
    Dead Bodies Everywhere
    Hold On
    Bottled Up Inside
    Ass Itch
    Coming Undone
    Falling Away From Me
    Faget
    Trash
    Ever Be
    Another Brick In The Wall

    Encore:
    Twisted Transistor
    Evolution
    Freak On A Leash
    Blind


    Incubus
    September 7th, 2007
    Verizon Wireless Ampitheater
    Opener: The Bravery, Simon Dawes

    Quicksand |
    A Kiss to Send Us Off |
    Nice To Know You |
    Anna Molly |
    Pistola |
    Nowhere Fast |
    Anti-Gravity |
    Here In My Room |
    Drive |
    Megalomaniac |
    Circles |
    Sick Sad Little World |
    Lets Go Crazy |
    Oil & Water |
    Dig ||
    Stellar |
    Punchdrunk |
    Aqueous Transmission

    Smashing Pumpkins
    September 24th, 2007
    PNE Forum
    Opener: The Bravery

    1a. Susprisia Theme
    1b. Superchrist
    2. Doomsday Clock
    3. Rocket (Electric)
    4. Drown
    5. Bring the Light
    6. Tonight, Tonight
    7. Tarantula
    8. Starz
    9. Zero
    10. Glass and the Ghost Children
    11. To Sheila
    12. 1979 (solo acoustic)
    13. United States
    > O Canada [Lavallée/Routhier/Weir] (tease)
    >Star Spangled Banner [Key] (tease)
    14. That's The Way (My Love Is)
    15. Hummer
    16. Ava Adore
    17. Bullet With Butterfly Wings
    18. Heavy Metal Machine
    >White Rabbit [Jefferson Airplane] (tease)
    >On The Road Again [Canned Heat] (tease)
    19. End Jam
    encore break (cut)
    20. Today
    encore break (cut)
    21. Starla
    22. Billy's speech

    Korn
    September 25th, 2007
    Pacific Coliseum
    Opener: Hellyeah, Droid

    Intro
    Here To Stay
    Starting Over
    Fake
    Dead Bodies Everywhere
    Hold On
    Lets Get This Party Started
    Kiss
    Coming Undone
    Falling Away From Me
    Faget
    Trash
    Ever Be
    Kill You

    Encore:
    Twisted Transistor
    Evolution
    Freak On A Leash
    Blind

    Justice
    October 13th, 2007
    Commodore Ballroom
    Openers: Midnight Juggernauts, DJ Mehdi

    Fools Gold Tour:
    October 18th, 2007
    Celebrities
    Openers: DJ Mehdi, Kavinsky, Kid Sister, A-Trak

    Digitalism
    October 21st, 2007
    Richards on Richards
    Opener: Matthew Dear, (someone else from boston)

    Matt Nathanson
    October 30th, 2007
    Crocodile Cafe
    Openers: Melee, Ingrid Michaelson

    To the Beat of Our Noisy Hearts
    Sad Songs
    Gone
    Angel
    I Saw
    Princess
    Pretty in Pink
    Come On Get Higher
    Bent
    Anna Begins
    Lucky Boy
    I Want You to Want Me
    Still
    Little Victories
    Car Crash
    Wedding Dress
    Laid
    Falling Apart
    Detroit Waves
    Paint it Black
    Answering Machine
    Suspended

    Spice Girls
    December 2nd, 2007
    GM Place

    Spice Up Your Life
    Stop
    Say You'll Be There
    Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)
    Lady Is A Vamp
    Too Much
    2 Become 1
    Who Do You Think You Are (extended) (featuring Victoria)
    Are You Gonna Go My Way (featuring Mel B)
    Maybe (featuring Emma)
    Viva Forever
    Holler
    It's Raining Men (featuring Geri)
    I Turn To You (featuring Melanie)
    Let Love Lead The Way
    Mama
    Celebration Medley
    Goodbye
    Humpty Dance (Dance Segue) / If U Can't Dance
    Wannabe
    Spice Up Your Life (Reprise)

    KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas
    December 8th, 2007
    Gibson Amphitheater
    Bands: Linkin Park, Bad Religion, Angels and Airwaves, Serj Tankian, Avenged Sevenfold,
    Paramore, Rise Against

    Setlist:
    01. No More Sorrow
    02. Lying From You
    03. Somewhere I Belong
    04. Wake
    05. Given Up
    06. Papercut
    07. Points Of Authority
    08. Leave Out All The Rest
    09. Shadow Of The Day
    10. What I've Done
    11. Numb
    12. My December (Piano Version)
    13. Breaking The Habit
    14. Crawling
    15. In The End
    16. One Step Closer
    17. Hands Held High
    18. Bleed It Out
    19. Faint

    The Unthinking Majority
    Empty Walls
    Lie Lie Lie
    Saving Us
    Baby
    Sky Is Over
    Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition
    Honking Antelope
    Beethoven's Cunt

    American Jesus
    We're Only Gonna Die
    Los Angeles is Burning
    God's Love
    Struck A Nerve
    New Dark Ages
    21st Century (Digital Boy)
    Let Them Eat War
    Infected
    Stranger Than Fiction
    You
    Sorrow


    The Sounds
    December 9th, 2007
    Avalon
    Opener: The Bravery


    Bon Jovi
    December 16th, 2007
    GM Place
    Opener: Hedley
    Upcoming Shows:
    Kasabian/Bo Ningen: 10/1 @ Metro
    Coachella: 4/10-12 @ Empire Polo Fields

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    it's one thing to post your entire concert history, but please don't post the set lists of your entire concert history. that's just mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keriann View Post
    Hahaha, yessssssss. I would like everyone to do this. I want to look at their early concerts and mock them and fill them with shame.
    just you wait Keri...just....you....wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney View Post
    Next I think you should tabulate it all into an Excel file so you can run statistical analyses.
    Hey, don't make fun of me!

    Also once I update with the concert tickets I just found I may upload my Excel file for people to peruse.

    Quote Originally Posted by breakjaw View Post
    I'll bet I'm the only one that saw Olivia Newton-John on the "Physical" tour.
    But,I don't think I even come close to Supre in number of concerts.I've maybe been to 30 or 40 in my busiest year,when I had money,lived in LA/OC,and didn't work.
    Recently,though,I've slowed WAY down.This past year for me:
    Coachella
    Jesu/Wolves In The Throne Room at the Sets (where I met John)
    and last night Stevie Wonder at Jobing.com Arena

    And I wouldn't be at all surprised to see John (mountmccabe) be the one who has seen the most shows of everyone (except Ron).
    Haha Olivia Newton-John. Also I would be surprised if others don't have me beat. At my best I've been in the 50-60 a year range and I've only maintained that pace for say 4 years. 2001 and back I doubt I ever topped 15.

    Dani and Jeff have me beat, most certainly. Chris and Chris probably do too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountmccabe View Post
    Hey, don't make fun of me!

    Also once I update with the concert tickets I just found I may upload my Excel file for people to peruse.
    Woohooo! Although I would prefer a histogram. Visual aids plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Funkaho View Post
    Rhythm Nation. Awesome. I remember being so impressed by that album when it came out. Of course, I was six, so my musical sensibilities weren't exactly well-developed yet. I pretty much listened to whatever my older sister was listening to. The older I got, the more I realized that she had a weakness for some pretty bad music.
    The Rhythym Nation show was by far the most over the top event I have ever been apart of, I am glad I can say I went to that, even though I was really young. I remember taking an ex girlfriend to the Velvet Rope tour years later and secretly expecting the same over the top awesomeness but it paled in comparison to Rhythym Nation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Courtney View Post
    Next I think you should tabulate it all into an Excel file so you can run statistical analyses.
    *giggle*
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychic friend View Post
    sadly there is no way I could possibly list every concert I went to. I don't even know I could pick them out of a list of all time concerts. lol. but my first was U2 in 1987.
    Me either - no freakin way. I know I prolly have most beat due to age, and due to the fact I haven't slowed down on my concert going - ever. it would be a really hard task though - my earliest ticket stubs I've managed to hang onto are Echo and Bunnymen 1987, The Cure 1987, U2 1987, INXS 1987, R.E.M. 1988, Crowded House 1988, 10,000 Maniacs 1988, Violent Femmes 1988.

    My first show was a good one though.

    The Clash - April 1984 - Philadelphia Spectrum, I was 13 and went with the older kids from the neighborhood that could drive.

    I've prolly averaged 30-40 shows a year for the last 17 years. That's just a guess though, I'm not counting all the festivals at all. Crazy to think about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shakermaker113 View Post
    it's one thing to post your entire concert history, but please don't post the set lists of your entire concert history. that's just mad.
    seriously, what a douche...trying to out-supre supre...

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    I worked nights for 7 years so I missed a lot of shows ........

    Some of you have impressive resumes.
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    I drink a lot, which means I go to bars a lot. Most of the people I like to drink with have the same taste in music as me, so it only makes sense that we go drinking at places where there is live music. There is no way I could count up all of those shows from my first concert in 1992 (Tesla, of course)... or even 1994 when I turned 17 and was finally able to get into two rock clubs in Dallas... through now. ESPECIALLY the years from 1996-2004 (college and law school) when I was going out four nights a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C DUB YA View Post
    Me either - no freakin way. I know I prolly have most beat due to age, and due to the fact I haven't slowed down on my concert going - ever. it would be a really hard task though - my earliest ticket stubs I've managed to hang onto are Echo and Bunnymen 1987, The Cure 1987, U2 1987, INXS 1987, R.E.M. 1988, Crowded House 1988, 10,000 Maniacs 1988, Violent Femmes 1988.

    My first show was a good one though.

    The Clash - April 1984 - Philadelphia Spectrum, I was 13 and went with the older kids from the neighborhood that could drive.

    I've prolly averaged 30-40 shows a year for the last 17 years. That's just a guess though, I'm not counting all the festivals at all. Crazy to think about.
    i wish i had a list or remembered better .... on an earlier thread i had forgotten T Rex and i saw them a couple of times and they arent your average bar band or whatever ... damn my brain .... but i have bored the board with my concerts so i will just sit back and enjoy everyone else's lists which are quite amazing .... my biggest year might have been 05 when we went to a number of outdoor fests, and a total of about 120 different shows ... ah the good ole days ... canx**
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    [QUOTE=suprefan;365535]Good one Brian, thats all you got? Next year when I have Radiohead a dozen times NOBODY will say jack s**t. QUOTE]


    except about how much of a loser you are for thinking anyone cares if you see a band a dozen times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreutz2112 View Post
    hahaha!

    BURN
    Burn? Tsk tsk.


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    My first show was Jethro Tull in around '84 and my most recent show was UNKLE last month. There are hundreds of shows that fall in between. It's too much work to reflect, and it will never end. I LOVE live music.

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    Let's get a couple more posts in here so I no longer have to scroll past Paulb's totally unnecessary set list wank-a-thon.
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    Yes, that was ricockulous.

    I saw Ben Harper a few years back and there was this guy sitting next to us who was writing down every song for Jack Johnson who opened. I wanted to pee on his li'l piece of paper. Then he left before Ben even played. I was flummoxed. What a waste of time, energy and money.

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