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ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:07 PM
I got mine today. Section 115

darkchief
01-12-2005, 02:12 PM
I think you could replace Vince with Sally Struthers at this point and nobody would notice.

Remember when you laughed at your Dad for wanting to go see Foghat"one last time"? You've turned into him.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:14 PM
Remember when you laughed at your Dad for wanting to go see Foghat"one last time"? You've turned into him.

Actually my dad was a Kenny Rogers fan. But if your into Sally Struthers and Foghat, it's your life. :rolleyes:

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 02:15 PM
Dude, I got floor section, almost center stage! I'm totally psyched dude!

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:16 PM
I think you could replace Vince with Sally Struthers at this point and nobody would notice.

Remember when you laughed at your Dad for wanting to go see Foghat"one last time"? You've turned into him.

Nice. The Cru is from my era. I had their tapes. But, I wouldn't go see them if tickets were free. I would consider seeing them for $50 an hour. Anybody want to take me for $50 an hour?

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:18 PM
I like going to see some of the 80's era bands when they stroll through Dallas... I don't go out of my way to plan and get tickets.

But, every year they'll have a time or three when there's a concert featuring 3-4 of those bands for $40. I've seen a few of them.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:18 PM
Dude, I got floor section, almost center stage! I'm totally psyched dude!

That concert is gonna be a blast. I haven't seen Motley since '89

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:18 PM
I think it's bogus that there are guys running around calling themselves RATT... I think there might be 1 original member. Bobby Blotzer, IIRC.

Pearcy, Crocier, DeMartini ... not there and Crosby is dead.

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 02:19 PM
That concert is gonna be a blast. I haven't seen Motley since '89

Oh I know dude. I can't wait to rat my hair up, and cut the sleeves off my t-shirt. ROCK ON!!

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:19 PM
I like going to see some of the 80's era bands when they stroll through Dallas... I don't go out of my way to plan and get tickets.

But, every year they'll have a time or three when there's a concert featuring 3-4 of those bands for $40. I've seen a few of them.

Yeah, but MC has totally gone to hell the past 15 years. They're horrible now. I'd rather see Great White in cramped quarters.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:20 PM
Oh I know dude. I can't wait to rat my hair up, and cut the sleeves off my t-shirt. ROCK ON!!

Are you being serious or goofy?

ZepSinger
01-12-2005, 02:22 PM
Nice. The Cru is from my era. I had their tapes. But, I wouldn't go see them if tickets were free. I would consider seeing them for $50 an hour. Anybody want to take me for $50 an hour?

I saw some sort of reality show the other day on VH1 called "Remaking Vince Neil". In this show, he had 3 months to go from a fat, obnoxious tub of goo to a somewhat presentable classic rock artist.

Play-by-play blows of his facelift, weight training, diet, hair(cut, style, color) & wardrobe update.

Struck me as kinda sad and pathetic.
:shake:

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:22 PM
I'd rather see Great White in cramped quarters.

Brutal.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:22 PM
Yeah, but MC has totally gone to hell the past 15 years. They're horrible now. I'd rather see Great White in cramped quarters.

Hit the darkness music...

Two years ago, they had a show ... with Poison, Cinderella, Faster Pussycat and freaking Winger. We showed up late, but not late enough to miss Winger.

FP looked incredibly drugged out.

Cinderella played an hour and KICKED ASS! They didn't whip us with more than maybe 1 new song. They opened with a vengenance and continued to kick ass.

Poison was good as well... hot chics still go to see them.

ZepSinger
01-12-2005, 02:23 PM
I'd rather see Great White in cramped quarters.

Just know where the exits are.

Z

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:23 PM
I saw some sort of reality show the other day on VH1 called "Remaking Vince Neil". In this show, he had 3 months to go from a fat, obnoxious tub of goo to a somewhat presentable classic rock artist.

Play-by-play blows of his facelift, weight training, diet, hair(cut, style, color) & wardrobe update.

Struck me as kinda sad and pathetic.
:shake:

He's probably still paying $ to the family of the guy he killed in the 80s.

I think he was also on one of the Surreal Life shows.

Boyceofsummer
01-12-2005, 02:24 PM
This thread is worthless without.................never mind.

Skip Towne
01-12-2005, 02:25 PM
If they were playing out in my front yard I wouldn't look out the window. I'd rather go to a Michael Bolton concert.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:25 PM
Hit the darkness music...

Two years ago, they had a show ... with Poison, Cinderella, Faster Pussycat and freaking Winger. We showed up late, but not late enough to miss Winger.

FP looked incredibly drugged out.

Cinderella played an hour and KICKED ASS! They didn't whip us with more than maybe 1 new song. They opened with a vengenance and continued to kick ass.

Poison was good as well... hot chics still go to see them.

That sounds like a show I'd go to. Cinderella is enough of a draw without the other acts. I saw Cinderella, Winger, and Bullet Boys in 89 in Ames. There's a couple other regulars on this board who were at that same show. Heh. Small world.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:26 PM
I think he was also on one of the Surreal Life shows.

He was on the first one.

I caught an ep of American Casino where he judged a bikini contest at GVR.

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 02:27 PM
Nah dudes. The CRUE rocks! Anyone who is anyone will be there. Let's all meet out front before the show starts.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:27 PM
If Poison ever plays one of the local casinos, I am ALL OVER that show.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:30 PM
Nasty.

http://pub.tv2.no/multimedia/TV2/archive/00126/reuters_lia_gerardi_126842a.jpg

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:30 PM
He's probably still paying $ to the family of the guy he killed in the 80s.

I think he was also on one of the Surreal Life shows.

Dude, you're living in the f**king past. What happened was a tragedy but nothing can change it. No one can go back and make things right.
Just because he is a celebrity, don't mean that people can take advantage of him for one accident.

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 02:30 PM
Well, I for one am gonna go.

When they sing "Girls, Girls, Girls" I'm gonna take off my shirt!

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:31 PM
If Poison ever plays one of the local casinos, I am ALL OVER that show.

Poison? OMG

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:32 PM
That sounds like a show I'd go to. Cinderella is enough of a draw without the other acts. I saw Cinderella, Winger, and Bullet Boys in 89 in Ames. There's a couple other regulars on this board who were at that same show. Heh. Small world.

They were the main reason I went... they came back later on a 2 group bill, but I couldn't make it. They were awesome and they still looked and sounded great!

Slinging the guitars around... Keifer still has the vocals to sound perfect nailing the notes on Shake Me and others.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:35 PM
Nasty.

http://pub.tv2.no/multimedia/TV2/archive/00126/reuters_lia_gerardi_126842a.jpg

:toast: Here's hoping you seriously don't look at guys and judge whether their good looking or not. But if you are that way, it's ok.:hmmm:

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:36 PM
:toast: Here's hoping you seriously don't look at guys and judge whether their good looking or not.

It's okay to ratchet down the homphobia a notch or two there.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:36 PM
:toast: Here's hoping you seriously don't look at guys and judge whether their good looking or not. But if you are that way, it's ok.:hmmm:

Heh heh. I wasn't actually talking about Vince. But now that you mention it - he's looking kinda ragged, too.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:37 PM
Dude, you're living in the f**king past. What happened was a tragedy but nothing can change it. No one can go back and make things right.
Just because he is a celebrity, don't mean that people can take advantage of him for one accident.

Settle down biznatch... you're not one of those guys running around with the mullet and acid wash are ya?

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:39 PM
I like going to see some of the 80's era bands when they stroll through Dallas... I don't go out of my way to plan and get tickets.

But, every year they'll have a time or three when there's a concert featuring 3-4 of those bands for $40. I've seen a few of them.

This post reminded me of my freshman year of college when my big bro drove to KC to see Quiet Riot... and, I don't remember who else.

Ever since reading this post, Cum On Feel the Noise has been looping in my head.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:39 PM
Settle down biznatch... you're not one of those guys running around with the mullet and acid wash are ya?

Why I otta hop in my camaro and make a trip to whoop your ass for that.

The Bad Guy
01-12-2005, 02:39 PM
I think someone is a little too obsessed with Vince Neil.

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 02:40 PM
I think someone is a little too obsessed with Vince Neil.

Don't be baggin' on Vince man. He's totally cool. I'm hoping he remembers me from that concert in 87.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:45 PM
Don't be baggin' on Vince man. He's totally cool. I'm hoping he remembers me from that concert in 87.

What's that all about?

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:46 PM
Settle down biznatch... you're not one of those guys running around with the mullet and acid wash are ya?

Careful Dude, Vince and the boys will kick your ass

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:47 PM
Don't be baggin' on Vince man. He's totally cool. I'm hoping he remembers me from that concert in 87.

I thought I saw you on that VH1 special "80's Groupies: Where are they now?" Were you the chic in the Home Sweet Home video who had the shirt split open?

"Wakka Wakka"

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:48 PM
Careful Dude, Vince and the boys will kick your ass

Is this before or after Vince does the Chicken Dance?

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:48 PM
I think someone is a little too obsessed with Vince Neil.

It's not what you think. Here's his IP info:

The IP Address is: ???.???.116.67. The host name is: cache-dtc-dr.feelgood.com.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:48 PM
I thought I saw you on that VH1 special "80's Groupies: Where are they now?" Were you the chic in the Home Sweet Home video who had the shirt split open?

"Wakka Wakka"
I've really gotta watch more VH1.

Kerberos
01-12-2005, 02:49 PM
Well, I for one am gonna go.

When they sing "Girls, Girls, Girls" I'm gonna take off my shirt!


So is that a young Jenny Gump ??

Cliff

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 02:51 PM
Dude, I got floor section, almost center stage! I'm totally psyched dude!

Are you front row?

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 02:52 PM
Is this before or after Vince does the Chicken Dance?
Haha.

http://www.mbony.us/vince/chickendance.wmv

Phobia
01-12-2005, 02:52 PM
Are you front row?

Yeah, she's fronting you.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:52 PM
Are you front row?

She'll be one of the topless ladies with an eagle tat on her back...

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 02:55 PM
This is the start of a bitter ... and fun offseason... the dogpile mentality lately on threads is really high.

BIG_DADDY
01-12-2005, 02:57 PM
No, I wouldn't mind going though. I went to their last tour the Dr. Feelgood tour.

BIG_DADDY
01-12-2005, 02:58 PM
BTW, what happened to the name Dummier, I liked it better.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:00 PM
I'd like to see Tesla...

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 03:09 PM
What's that all about?

Oh, it's a long story, I'll explain it to you at Kemper.
Im in section 118, second row. My friend Mandy may get access to backstage.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 03:12 PM
Oh, it's a long story, I'll explain it to you at Kemper.
Im in section 118, second row. My friend Mandy may get access to backstage.

Is Mandy the cancer survivor friend?

She has a great tit.

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:14 PM
That sounds like a show I'd go to. Cinderella is enough of a draw without the other acts. I saw Cinderella, Winger, and Bullet Boys in 89 in Ames. There's a couple other regulars on this board who were at that same show. Heh. Small world.

I was at that show...I let way too many chicks dictate the concerts we went to...

Brock
01-12-2005, 03:14 PM
Dude, you're living in the f**king past.

Hopefully, some drunk asshole on the road will put your forgiving attitude to the test some day.

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:16 PM
Oh, it's a long story, I'll explain it to you at Kemper.
Im in section 118, second row. My friend Mandy may get access to backstage.

Only one kind of girl goes backstage at a Motley Crue concert...

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 03:19 PM
I'd rather go to a Michael Bolton concert.

:eek:

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:19 PM
Only one kind of girl goes backstage at a Motley Crue concert...

Yeah, girls that wanna just talk to the band ... :thumb:

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 03:19 PM
Is Mandy the cancer survivor friend?

She has a great tit.

DAMN

journeyscarab
01-12-2005, 03:20 PM
Dont worry, that shit will buff out.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:21 PM
DAMN

Phobia should have clarified ... girls usually have two boobs.

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 03:22 PM
Phobia should have clarified ... girls usually have two boobs.

DAMN

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:23 PM
Sometimes they're big... others small. Some round and firm, others sorta squishy... Some with perky tips and others with big ronies.

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 03:24 PM
Sometimes they're big... others small. Some round and firm, others sorta squishy... Some with perky tips and others with big ronies.

DAMN

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 03:24 PM
Hopefully, some drunk asshole on the road will put your forgiving attitude to the test some day.

Not gonna happen dude. I'll swerve out of the way of your car

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 03:24 PM
Easy There Chachi,

You'd better comb out that mullet, and those vinly pants are going to give you a yeast infection.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:25 PM
Not gonna happen dude. I'll swerve out of the way of your car

:shake:

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 03:27 PM
BTW, what happened to the name Dummier, I liked it better.

Time for a change. But you can still call me stupid childish names if it floats your boat.

BIG_DADDY
01-12-2005, 03:30 PM
Time for a change. But you can still call me stupid childish names if it floats your boat. ROFL

BIG_DADDY
01-12-2005, 03:38 PM
I don't know why but for some reason when I picture Mr. Say no to drugs and whores at a Motley Crue concert he's wearing leather pants and singing Kick Start My Heart.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:40 PM
In the 80s...the hottest chics by far were at Crue concerts. Second only to Poison.

MOhillbilly
01-12-2005, 03:40 PM
Where do you hide money from a dirthead?

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 03:42 PM
Only one kind of girl goes backstage at a Motley Crue concert...

Dumbass.

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:47 PM
Dumbass.

Your defensiveness is awfully incriminating...

















It was a joke, dumbass... :p

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 03:47 PM
Your defensiveness is awfully incriminating...

















It was a joke, dumbass... :p

I know dumbass. So was mine there dumbass.

Sincerely,
Dumbass

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 03:48 PM
It's, Doo-moss.

journeyscarab
01-12-2005, 03:51 PM
ROFL

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:51 PM
I know dumbass. So was mine there dumbass.

Sincerely,
Dumbass

Hey, I could have just called you a groupie whore...

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:52 PM
But hey, that's not nice.

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:53 PM
Dumbass.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 03:54 PM
Question... do girls still raise their tops at concerts like they did back in the day? I recall my first concert and I was quite surprised to see that many sets of free flyin' boobs.

htismaqe
01-12-2005, 03:56 PM
Question... do girls still raise their tops at concerts like they did back in the day? I recall my first concert and I was quite surprised to see that many sets of free flyin' boobs.

Why yes, they do:


Well, I for one am gonna go.

When they sing "Girls, Girls, Girls" I'm gonna take off my shirt!

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 04:02 PM
Another fond memory of that first concert was one of the great "life lessons" that I learned. I was a tall guy at 15, just near 6 feet tall. This really hot skanky chic with a nice body asked if she could get on my shoulders.

Of course I said yes ... then my buddies got all crazy when she took her top off! I was so pissed, but what was I to do, drop her? I missed the whole free show... never again did I fall for that one.

journeyscarab
01-12-2005, 04:02 PM
No man boobs now!

journeyscarab
01-12-2005, 04:03 PM
Another fond memory of that first concert was one of the great "life lessons" that I learned. I was a tall guy at 15, just near 6 feet tall. This really hot skanky chic with a nice body asked if she could get on my shoulders.

Of course I said yes ... then my buddies got all crazy when she took her top off! I was so pissed, but what was I to do, drop her? I missed the whole free show... never again did I fall for that one.

SHould have used her boobs as handles when you let her down. The least she could have done was given you a free grope.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 04:03 PM
No man boobs now!

Nobody in their right mind wants to see man boobs... well, ok ... one person on this thread might.

ChiefsOne
01-12-2005, 04:04 PM
I haven't gotten tickets yet. They went on sale right before Christmas and the kids presents are more important (at least the wife says so).

I have seen Motley Crue 10 times and Vince by himself a few. Always great shows and fun to take you back a few years. Motley is the best I have seen in concert.

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 04:05 PM
SHould have used her boobs as handles when you let her down. The least she could have done was given you a free grope.

Yep. You should have flipped the bitch and had your buddy caught her other end. Titty city.

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 04:05 PM
Nobody in their right mind wants to see man boobs... well, ok ... one person on this thread might.

DAMN

journeyscarab
01-12-2005, 04:09 PM
Nobody in their right mind wants to see man boobs... well, ok ... one person on this thread might.

Vince, keep your shirt on.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 04:09 PM
SHould have used her boobs as handles when you let her down. The least she could have done was given you a free grope.

I seem to recall getting a half naked hug, but that's it... :banghead:

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 04:10 PM
I seem to recall getting a half naked hug, but that's it... :banghead:
Buck up. That's more than GC has gotten to this day.

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 04:12 PM
Buck up. That's more than GC has gotten to this day.

DAMN

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 04:13 PM
Buck up. That's more than GC has gotten to this day.

I was at a strip club once... not one of your "higher value" places, but good overall. This girl was "dancing" on the runway and she had a few drinks... as she was twirling, the back of her heel hit the edge of the platform and she fell perfectly into my lap.

It was as if we staged the deal... she proceeded to stay awhile and somehow walked away with about $40. :clap:

Phobia
01-12-2005, 04:13 PM
Another fond memory of that first concert was one of the great "life lessons" that I learned. I was a tall guy at 15, just near 6 feet tall. This really hot skanky chic with a nice body asked if she could get on my shoulders.

Of course I said yes ... then my buddies got all crazy when she took her top off! I was so pissed, but what was I to do, drop her? I missed the whole free show... never again did I fall for that one.

Remind me to tell you about the Pantera orgy errr concert I attended in 92.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 04:15 PM
Remind me to tell you about the Pantera orgy errr concert I attended in 92.

Hey, don't forget to tell me about the Pantera orgy err concert you attended in 92. Just don't tell me you were part of a Dimebag "BJ Doggy High Five".

journeyscarab
01-12-2005, 04:32 PM
I went to the GnR / Metallica show at Arrowhead and they had quite a pre-concert show on the Jumbo Trons that the band brought with them.

It started out with boobs and ended up close to being a "Girls Gone Wild" video just before GnR took the stage.

It was sweet. Especially when the ugly chicks that got boo'd for showing their tits.

Ari Chi3fs
01-12-2005, 05:14 PM
Oh I know dude. I can't wait to rat my hair up, and cut the sleeves off my t-shirt. ROCK ON!!


Old Concert Groupies dont Die... they just rat their gray hair and cut the sleeves off of their grandma sweaters.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 05:36 PM
I thought I saw you on that VH1 special "80's Groupies: Where are they now?" Were you the chic in the Home Sweet Home video who had the shirt split open?

"Wakka Wakka"

Actually the shirt wasn't split open. It was raised by a guy on each side of her "with her permission of course"

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 05:39 PM
Sometimes they're big... others small. Some round and firm, others sorta squishy... Some with perky tips and others with big ronies.

Been looking at National Geographic again? I thought I warned you about that and the self love stuff

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 05:44 PM
I don't know why but for some reason when I picture Mr. Say no to drugs and whores at a Motley Crue concert he's wearing leather pants and singing Kick Start My Heart.

you know BD, the picture I get of you is a picture of all those pukes eating stuff like lobster and caviar at a football game. Kinda stuffy in here ain't it? Do you raise your little pinky when your having your hot tea and scruples?

Least I ain't going to see Michael Bolton or Cinderella. Nothing but a bunch of wanabees

Brock
01-12-2005, 05:46 PM
Least I ain't going to see Michael Bolton or Cinderella. Nothing but a bunch of wanabees

Crue is just as bad. Just another band that used to look like a bunch of women, and now look like a bunch of old women.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 05:47 PM
you know BD, the picture I get of you is a picture of all those pukes eating stuff like lobster and caviar at a football game. Kinda stuffy in here ain't it? Do you raise your little pinky when your having your hot tea and scruples?

Least I ain't going to see Michael Bolton or Cinderella. Nothing but a bunch of wanabees

Cinderella is a wanna be?

Dude... Crue was greatness back in the day, but you put 'em both on stage... Cinderella will blow 'em away.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 05:48 PM
Question... do girls still raise their tops at concerts like they did back in the day? I recall my first concert and I was quite surprised to see that many sets of free flyin' boobs.

No, the guys do it now. :shake:

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 05:49 PM
Cinderella is a wanna be?

Dude... Crue was greatness back in the day, but you put 'em both on stage... Cinderella will blow 'em away.

How do you figure that?

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 05:51 PM
Crue is just as bad. Just another band that used to look like a bunch of women, and now look like a bunch of old women.

Oh really. How would you know? Do you look at old women often?

Frazod
01-12-2005, 05:52 PM
Cinderella is a wanna be?

Dude... Crue was greatness back in the day, but you put 'em both on stage... Cinderella will blow 'em away.

I took the wife to an 80's hairband reunion tour a couple of years ago. The bands were Slaughter (lame), Dokken (okay but showing age), Poison (decent but showing age) and Cinderella. Cinderella was awesome. Hell, it didn't even seem liked they'd aged. Watching them on stage was like time travelling.

OTOH, you couldn't pay me to watch Motley f#cking Crue. I didn't even like them back in the day.

Yuck. :Lin:

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 05:53 PM
How do you figure that?

I'm a big fan of most metal bands in the 80s... they all had their greatness, until the Wingers, Nelsons, Trixters and Slaughters fugged it up.

Musically, Cinderella is better. Stage show ... Motley.
*Motely had the edge in the 80s. Cinderella (as Frazod stated) kicks as much ass now as they did now. Motley is more of a cartoon version of what they once were.

They both have great songs and albums. Cinderella has always been more about the music and not the sideshow... Crue has been more about the sideshow. They started out "hard" and then went really mainstream.

Not that it's bad, I really like the Crue. I just think Cinderella is better.

On an 80s note... Dokken is a band that never really figured it out and they never really made it big, but they put out some great albums.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 05:56 PM
We need Zep Singer to give us his thoughts...

Cochise
01-12-2005, 05:57 PM
I'd give you my thoughts but I'm not old enough to remember them :evil:

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 05:59 PM
I'd give you my thoughts but I'm not old enough to remember them :evil:

Enh, you seem more like an NKoTB or Tiffany fany anyway. :)

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 06:00 PM
AC-DC and Scorpion ownz j00 all!!!!

Cochise
01-12-2005, 06:00 PM
Enh, you seem more like an NKoTB or Tiffany fany anyway. :)

Damnit it was my little brother who liked nkotb and i dont even know who tiffany is :cuss: :bang:

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 06:02 PM
AC-DC and Scorpion ownz j00 all!!!!

AC/DC did the most with the least variation musically of any band in history... they were good, though.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 06:05 PM
Van Halen in it's original carnation was the greatest of all time...

GnR had a phenomenal start and then petered out thanks to drugs and Axl being a complete tard.

Frazod
01-12-2005, 06:06 PM
AC/DC did the most with the least variation musically of any band in history... they were good, though.

They put on a helluva show.

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 06:12 PM
AC/DC did the most with the least variation musically of any band in history... they were good, though.

I agree....it's better to burn out than to FADE AWAY!


I also like Guns N Roses (speaking of burn out) and Queen.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 06:22 PM
How do you figure that?

Here's my take on it, like you really care:

Cinderella put out several great albums, retired, lived it up, and started touring with their classics.

Crue put out several great albums, put out a couple ok albums, put out some crap, then kept putting out garbage until nobody was a big enough fan to buy it. They wore out their welcome. They actually had 6 CDs in the 90's. Zero hits. WTF? Garbage.

That's the difference.

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 06:51 PM
I know its hard to believe........but I once worked as a stage hand for Warrant Trixter and Firehouse in college.

What a horde of douchebags.

I always figured if I"d quit cutting my hair and grooming, blew half of my brains out my nose, slapped on some Camel Toe pants and learned to scream in a microphone.........I could have been the Original Rock Star, marky Marky played.

ZepSinger
01-12-2005, 06:53 PM
We need Zep Singer to give us his thoughts...

I am here to grant my musical wisdom. Hear me now...

I was a HUGE fan of the genre back in the day.. patterned most of my bands' cover tunes, my original compositions, my stage appearance(complete with makeup, big hair, ripped shirts, and about a million scarves), even my guitar stylings, after the bands/musicians of the era. I'm still known as the '80's metal guy' in my church's praise band(the tremolo bar is my friend). And if a good Crue tune comes on the radio, I crank it to just below my radio's distortion level.

That being said, I don't think I will ever go to an 80's show again. Kinda hurts to see those guys looking old and a little bit desperate. Their era has passed them by, and they seem to refuse to accept it. I probably see alot of myself in them, and it sucks. Just my humble opinion, of course.

Now that I've revealed my innermost feelings, here's some favs!

80's
OZZY
Crue
Skid Row
Whitesnake


70's
AC/DC
KISS
Scorps
Yngwie
Van Halen
Deep Purple
Sabbath
Accept
Iron Maiden

The big 3 angelic vocal/metal bands
Boston
Queen
Journey

So there's my 2 cents. And now... back to Spongebob!

Z

R&GHomer
01-12-2005, 06:56 PM
On an 80s note... Dokken is a band that never really figured it out and they never really made it big, but they put out some great albums.


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I was a huge fan of Dokken. Lots of great music, but you're right; they never seemed to figure it out. Damn shame too, if they could have shelved the ego’s they could have made it big.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 07:12 PM
I am here to grant my musical wisdom. Hear me now...

I was a HUGE fan of the genre back in the day.. patterned most of my bands' cover tunes, my original compositions, my stage appearance(complete with makeup, big hair, ripped shirts, and about a million scarves), even my guitar stylings, after the bands/musicians of the era. I'm still known as the '80's metal guy' in my church's praise band(the tremolo bar is my friend). And if a good Crue tune comes on the radio, I crank it to just below my radio's distortion level.

That being said, I don't think I will ever go to an 80's show again. Kinda hurts to see those guys looking old and a little bit desperate. Their era has passed them by, and they seem to refuse to accept it. I probably see alot of myself in them, and it sucks. Just my humble opinion, of course.

Now that I've revealed my innermost feelings, here's some favs!

80's
OZZY
Crue
Skid Row
Whitesnake


70's
AC/DC
KISS
Scorps
Yngwie
Van Halen
Deep Purple
Sabbath
Accept
Iron Maiden

The big 3 angelic vocal/metal bands
Boston
Queen
Journey

So there's my 2 cents. And now... back to Spongebob!

Z

I like all of those, but I do have one question. Was it Yngwie "J." Malmsteen or one of the others running around? ROFL That whole Yngwie J thing cracked me up - so proper for a metal guy.

Skid Row and Whitesnake - greatness.

Deberg_1990
01-12-2005, 07:31 PM
Kinda hurts to see those guys looking old and a little bit desperate. Their era has passed them by, and they seem to refuse to accept it. I probably see alot of myself in them, and it sucks. Just my humble opinion, of course.



Well said and that just about expresses my feelings as well. I loved these bands as a kid but i prefer to remember them as they were, not as they are now, living in the past.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 07:39 PM
Well said and that just about expresses my feelings as well. I loved these bands as a kid but i prefer to remember them as they were, not as they are now, living in the past.

I agree, but there are a few that still do well live. The thing I liked about Cinderella is they played close to 10 songs ... and all but maybe 1 was a new one. Hell, they might have all been the classics.

They opened and closed it right... and as Frazod said, they still had the fire and look of 1987. You can tell they really love it. Some are just going through the motions for the pay.

Brock
01-12-2005, 07:40 PM
I thought it was pretty funny at their announcement that they were starting a tour....They came out, obviously expecting a standing O, and the only person in the crowd who stood up was freaking Carrot Top.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 09:09 PM
Here's my take on it, like you really care:

Cinderella put out several great albums, retired, lived it up, and started touring with their classics.

Crue put out several great albums, put out a couple ok albums, put out some crap, then kept putting out garbage until nobody was a big enough fan to buy it. They wore out their welcome. They actually had 6 CDs in the 90's. Zero hits. WTF? Garbage.

That's the difference.

Cinderella never had a top ten did they? How many new albums does Cinderella have?
Cinderella doesn't make new music.
Cinderella is satisfied playing all of their old crap over and over again, doesn't have the talent to make new stuff.
Cinderella doesn't tour in big arena's, they tour in small dumps or medium size arena's

Motley Crue's 90's releases wasn't popular because of
Electra records, new faces in the band and a grunge thing coming out of Seattle {or didn't you know about that?}

Jenny Gump
01-12-2005, 09:14 PM
Cinderella never had a top ten did they? How many new albums does Cinderella have?
Cinderella doesn't make new music.
Cinderella is satisfied playing all of their old crap over and over again, doesn't have the talent to make new stuff.
Cinderella doesn't tour in big arena's, they tour in small dumps or medium size arena's

Motley Crue's 90's releases wasn't popular because of
Electra records, new faces in the band and a grunge thing coming out of Seattle {or didn't you know about that?}

Dude, I'm not going to be able to make it that night. Do you want my tickets?

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 09:14 PM
Cinderella never had a top ten did they? How many new albums does Cinderella have?
Cinderella doesn't make new music.
Cinderella is satisfied playing all of their old crap over and over again, doesn't have the talent to make new stuff.
Cinderella doesn't tour in big arena's, they tour in small dumps or medium size arena's

Motley Crue's 90's releases wasn't popular because of
Electra records, new faces in the band and a grunge thing coming out of Seattle {or didn't you know about that?}

You take this way too personal.

Some bands accept their lot in life... nobody cares much for new music from the bands of that era. It's a simple fact.

Crue's top 10 hit was Home Sweet Home, right? Power ballad - shocker. The greatness of a band isn't judged by top 10 hits, if so then NKoTB and NSuck are great bands, right?

You can say Cinderella is satisfied playing old stuff, or you could say that's really what their fans want. I'll go buy a Best Of CD from most any 80s era metal band, but I wouldn't likely buy a new CD from any of them.

As for the touring and the venues, do you know this for fact?

I know that in Dallas, neither is selling out Texas Stadium or the American Airlines stadium... they both play smaller venues.

Grunge killed all metal. Motley Crue killed Motley Crue in the 90s by trying to do it without the original members.

So, settle down... realize many of us like the Crue and other bands.

the Talking Can
01-12-2005, 09:17 PM
I got mine today. Section 115

thanks for identifying yourself....now we know who not to consult in matters of taste

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 09:18 PM
thanks for identifying yourself....now we know who not to consult in matters of taste

Play nice... ROFL

That era is the soundtrack for my junior high through college years.

Deberg_1990
01-12-2005, 09:19 PM
Some bands accept their lot in life... nobody cares much for new music from the bands of that era. It's a simple fact.



You could say this about pretty much every band from any era. Nobody cares about new music from the Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam or heck even Backstreet Boys and NKoTB

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 09:20 PM
You could say this about pretty much every band from any era. Nobody cares about new music from the Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam or heck even Backstreet Boys are NKoTB

Exactly. The bands that accept it ... love it and give the fans what they want to hear and see on stage will benefit for a long time.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 09:26 PM
You take this way too personal.

Some bands accept their lot in life... nobody cares much for new music from the bands of that era. It's a simple fact.

Crue's top 10 hit was Home Sweet Home, right? Power ballad - shocker. The greatness of a band isn't judged by top 10 hits, if so then NKoTB and NSuck are great bands, right?

You can say Cinderella is satisfied playing old stuff, or you could say that's really what their fans want. I'll go buy a Best Of CD from most any 80s era metal band, but I wouldn't likely buy a new CD from any of them.

As for the touring and the venues, do you know this for fact?

I know that in Dallas, neither is selling out Texas Stadium or the American Airlines stadium... they both play smaller venues.

Grunge killed all metal. Motley Crue killed Motley Crue in the 90s by trying to do it without the original members.

So, settle down... realize many of us like the Crue and other bands.

I'm not taking anything personally. I am disagreeing with you and the others about who is/was successful and whether it would be a success to launch a new tour. If you think Cinderella is better because they don't release new music/ play the same old stuff over and over again, then that floats your boat. I myself want new music from my favorite bands whether they are in their 20's or in their 40's.
Exception: Kiss. Will they ever go away? Gene and Paul are the biggest money whores in the world.

Deberg_1990
01-12-2005, 09:28 PM
Exception: Kiss. Will they ever go away? Gene and Paul are the biggest money whores in the world.

Not any worse than Mick and Keith

the Talking Can
01-12-2005, 09:34 PM
Play nice... ROFL

That era is the soundtrack for my junior high through college years.

hey, I listened to it as well....I also used to drink Old Milwaukee by the case....thankfully I outgrew both habits

digi2fish
01-12-2005, 09:35 PM
Two years ago, they had a show ... with Poison, Cinderella, Faster Pussycat and freaking Winger. We showed up late, but not late enough to miss Winger.

Winger was still there?
I like their studio works, and I even own a Reb Beach guitar.
everything just ruined after I heared the concert recordings...

:banghead:

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 09:35 PM
But if your into Foghat, it's your life. :rolleyes:

Ok that shit was totally uncalled for,the crue could only wish to have half the talent as that of Lonesome Dave and the boys.


http://www.foghat.com/gfx/fog_71.jpg

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 09:39 PM
[QUOTE=Nzoner 338]Ok that shit was totally uncalled for,the crue could only wish to have half the talent as that of Lonesome Dave and the boys.
QUOTE]

That shit happens to be my opinion and like you I have one. If you don't like it, that's too bad.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 09:43 PM
I'm not taking anything personally. I am disagreeing with you and the others about who is/was successful and whether it would be a success to launch a new tour. If you think Cinderella is better because they don't release new music/ play the same old stuff over and over again, then that floats your boat. I myself want new music from my favorite bands whether they are in their 20's or in their 40's.
Exception: Kiss. Will they ever go away? Gene and Paul are the biggest money whores in the world.

Nobody said Cinderella was "better". We said we'd rather see Cinderella than Motley Crue. Cinderella stuck with their identity. That's the Cinderella I want to see. I don't want to see Motley Crew play 3 songs I recognize and a bunch of shit they mailed in from the 90's. I'd rather see Cinderella. If Motley Crue had stuck with their schtick from the 80's, I'd like to see them, too.

Deberg_1990
01-12-2005, 09:47 PM
Not that it matter much but wasnt "Nobodys Fool" by Cinderella a top 10 hit??? I think they must have had 2 or 3 maybe??

Frazod
01-12-2005, 09:49 PM
Nobody said Cinderella was "better". We said we'd rather see Cinderella than Motley Crue. Cinderella stuck with their identity. That's the Cinderella I want to see. I don't want to see Motley Crew play 3 songs I recognize and a bunch of shit they mailed in from the 90's. I'd rather see Cinderella. If Motley Crue had stuck with their schtick from the 80's, I'd like to see them, too.

I say Cinderella is better, and always was. Talent ain't a popularity contest.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 09:52 PM
I definitely liked Cinderella better than I liked Crue, but I wore out both their tapes. Wrecked my parents car to Smokin in the Boys Room when I was 16. Heh heh.

the Talking Can
01-12-2005, 09:53 PM
did someone just type "Cinderella" and "talent" in the same sentence?

Deberg_1990
01-12-2005, 09:54 PM
I say Cinderella is better, and always was. Talent ain't a popularity contest.

Long Cold Winter kicks ass. I loved the bluesy style of it.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 09:58 PM
did someone just type "Cinderella" and "talent" in the same sentence?

Yeah. Cinderella rocked. Do you want to take this outside? Cuz I know I can kick your ass.

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 10:02 PM
None of those salad tossers are as kickass as Quiet Riot

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:06 PM
[QUOTE=Nzoner 338]Ok that shit was totally uncalled for,the crue could only wish to have half the talent as that of Lonesome Dave and the boys.
QUOTE]

That shit happens to be my opinion and like you I have one. If you don't like it, that's too bad.

I'm all for you having an opinion but when you add :rolleyes: to it you come across like some high and mighty god of music knowledge.

Have you ever even bothered to listen to Foghat or better yet find out that one if not all the Crue members thought they were pretty damn good?

Frazod
01-12-2005, 10:08 PM
did someone just type "Cinderella" and "talent" in the same sentence?

I'm sure there are lots of bands you like that I would consider shit. Doesn't mean they aren't talented.

It's all a matter of personal taste.

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:10 PM
I'm sure there are lots of bands you like that I would consider shit. Doesn't mean they aren't talented.

It's all a matter of personal taste.

Thank you Tim.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 10:13 PM
I'm sure there are lots of bands you like that I would consider shit. Doesn't mean they aren't talented.

It's all a matter of personal taste.

Where in the hell is the Tim I know? WTF?!?!

the Talking Can
01-12-2005, 10:19 PM
I'm sure there are lots of bands you like that I would consider shit. Doesn't mean they aren't talented.

It's all a matter of personal taste.

so someone did actually type it?

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 10:21 PM
I'm all for you having an opinion but when you add :rolleyes: to it you come across like some high and mighty god of music knowledge.

Have you ever even bothered to listen to Foghat or better yet find out that one if not all the Crue members thought they were pretty damn good?

If you look back at my post that you quoted it says Sally Struthers and Foghat but someone conveniently left that other part out. :hmmm:

ChiefsOne
01-12-2005, 10:22 PM
Cinderella is a wanna be?

Dude... Crue was greatness back in the day, but you put 'em both on stage... Cinderella will blow 'em away.

I've seen both, Cinderella was great, but there is really no comparison in either music or show! Crue was/is a far superior band. They are the ultimate "hair/glam metal band".

IMHO - The High and Mighty God of Music Knowledge!

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 10:23 PM
If this thread were about actual Talent, instead of Noise that sounds good through cracklin KRAKOs, It'd be about George Jones, The George Strait Music festival, and Johnny Cash.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:23 PM
http://www.cinderella.net/Images/cinder_metal.jpg

Heh - found their site http://www.cinderella.net/

I honestly can't recall which were top hits, but Long Cold Winter was a really good album.

Shake Me - Push Push - Nobodys Fool (had to be a top hit) - Don't Know What You Got Til Its Gone (had to be a top hit) - Gypsy Road - The Last Mile - Fallin Apart At the Seams

The list goes on. They a great sound.

They're touring from May 05 through Sept, if you're interested. :thumb:

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 10:24 PM
I've seen both, Cinderella was great, but there is really no comparison in either music or show! Crue was/is a far superior band. They are the ultimate "hair/glam metal band".

IMHO - The High and Mighty God of Music Knowledge!

Thank you, Couldn't have said it better

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:24 PM
If this thread were about actual Talent, instead of Noise that sounds good through cracklin KRAKOs, It'd be about George Jones, The George Strait Music festival, and Johnny Cash.

You, Can and Nzoner can go grab a rocker on the porch ... if it's too loud, you're too old.

ChiefsOne
01-12-2005, 10:25 PM
Iowanian

We're talking a real rock show, not some shit-kickin-goat-ropers!

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 10:25 PM
Speak Up Donkey, I can't hear you over the Jackyl.

If a "real rock show" consists of 6000 30 somethings with stringy long hair with a balding spot, a horde of broads with blue eye shadow and acid wash jeans that used to fit, watching bands that haven't done anything for 15 years at your county fair..........Rock on dude


Don't burn yourself with that Bic lighter that looks like a stack of coins.



I'll turn up the freedom rock every now and then, maaaaaaan. I think Monster Ballads is even towards the top of the pile




Angeeeeeeel eyes, sheee haaaaaaas Angel eyes, you'll always..............

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:26 PM
If this thread were about actual Talent, instead of Noise that sounds good through cracklin KRAKOs, It'd be about George Jones, The George Strait Music festival, and Johnny Cash.
When someone made the "no one wants to hear new music from..." post, I was tempted to mention that I'd love to hear some new Johnny Cash.

Alas, that won't be happening.

the Talking Can
01-12-2005, 10:26 PM
You, Can and Nzoner can go grab a rocker on the porch ... if it's too loud, you're too old.
I love loud music....loud shitty music is a different story

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 10:26 PM
http://www.cinderella.net/Images/cinder_metal.jpg

Heh - found their site http://www.cinderella.net/

I honestly can't recall which were top hits, but Long Cold Winter was a really good album.

Shake Me - Push Push - Nobodys Fool (had to be a top hit) - Don't Know What You Got Til Its Gone (had to be a top hit) - Gypsy Road - The Last Mile - Fallin Apart At the Seams
:thumb:

Does anyone know of a site that has the rankings for music released between like 1980 and 2005?

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:27 PM
Don't Know What You Got Til Its Gone

That's a Cinderella song? All this talk about Cinderella, and the whole time I was wondering, "Do I even know one of their songs?"

They've probably got others I'd recognize, and just had no idea who sang it.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:28 PM
Speak Up Donkey, I can't hear you over the Jackyl.

If a "real rock show" consists of 6000 30 somethings with stringy long hair with a balding spot, a horde of broads with blue eye shadow and acid wash jeans that used to fit, watching bands that haven't done anything for 15 years at your county fair..........Rock on dude
The Lumberjack?

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 10:28 PM
You, Can and Nzoner can go grab a rocker on the porch ... if it's too loud, you're too old.

EXT. PORCH. DAY

NZONER, THE TALKING CAN and IOWANIAN are sitting in rocking chairs on a porch. They look old and wrinkled.

A 1978 Cadillac rolls past the house. Loud music blares from the speakers inside the car. The windows are rolled down

NZONER
Damn kids!

THE TALKING CAN
Turn that shit down!

IOWANIAN
Give me Johnny Cash over that tripe any day!

IOWANIAN shakes his walking stick at the car.

FIN

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:28 PM
If you look back at my post that you quoted it says Sally Struthers and Foghat but someone conveniently left that other part out. :hmmm:

WTF does that have..................

ah forget it,I'm going on vacation,enjoy your show and be careful around BIC lighters.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:29 PM
watching bands that haven't done anything for 15 years at your county fair..........Rock on dude

Speaking of which... a buddy of mine awhile back went to the county fair in Flagstaff (I don't know what f*cking county that is... ) Said Styx was performing. Said there was like 10 people standing there watching.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:30 PM
That's a Cinderella song? All this talk about Cinderella, and the whole time I was wondering, "Do I even know one of their songs?"

They've probably got others I'd recognize, and just had no idea who sang it.

http://www.cinderella.net/menu_frameset2.html

They have .wav files for ya.



And, don't waste time finding who had the most top hits.

I understand that Crue was commercially right up there with Bon Jovi on the popularity. They loved attention... lived the life, it's well documented. And again, I really like them...

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 10:31 PM
The Lumberjack?

Ah Stand Alone TWO Day! Don't ask me why I feel I just know I feel this way....THIS WAY

That was on my "rastlin' tape" in HS.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:32 PM
Speak Up Donkey, I can't hear you over the Jackyl.

If a "real rock show" consists of 6000 30 somethings with stringy long hair with a balding spot, a horde of broads with blue eye shadow and acid wash jeans that used to fit, watching bands that haven't done anything for 15 years at your county fair..........Rock on dude


Don't burn yourself with that Bic lighter that looks like a stack of coins.



I'll turn up the freedom rock every now and then, maaaaaaan. I think Monster Ballads is even towards the top of the pile




Angeeeeeeel eyes, sheee haaaaaaas Angel eyes, you'll always..............

Steelheart! That song is awesome ... damn that dude could nail a high note.

Jackyl was pretty decent ... "The sun shines, down on me.." "I'm a lumberjack now baby..."

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:34 PM
This has been a fun stroll down musical memory lane, fellas...

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:35 PM
You, Can and Nzoner can go grab a rocker on the porch ... if it's too loud, you're too old.

Nah,it's never too loud for me,however,I'd prefer listening to ZZ Top's Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers cranked over Dr Feelgood anyday.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:35 PM
I'm a big fan of bands that use a chainsaw in their music.

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 10:35 PM
The Closest GoChiefs has been to a Rock Concert was listening to the Mannheim Steamroller through the door while his mommy and daddy were playing Waller the Wallrus.



The First concert I ever went to was Kiss, Faster Pussycat and someone downtown KC when I was about 14.

Ari Chi3fs
01-12-2005, 10:36 PM
on a similiar note... whilst channel surfing a couple days ago...

a show was on VH1.

Remaking Vince Neil.

http://www.vh1.com/shows/dyn/remaking/87411/episode.jhtml

He did like lipo... got a personal trainer... lost 25 lbs... got a nosejob... it was real gay.

I used to really like him. He is an idiot though, although, I think some of his ridiculousness stems from the fact that he takes himself less seriously since his 3 year old daughter died of cancer. Real sad.

So, I cut him some slack.

Him and I almost got into a fight back in 1994ish at JC's Bar and Grill in Olathe. He was in the bus chowing on several pizzas and drinking several beers and I was shooting him the hookem Horns sign, then the peace sign, but thought I flipped him the bird...

he waddled down the bus aisle and truly wanted to kick my ass. it was ownage. I would have killed him, but I think his bodyguards would have then destroyed me...

He got in my face, pointed into my chest, called me a mother****er... it was classic. One of my many brushes with celebrities. I wanted him to punch me so I could get paid. :cuss: Dammit Carl!!

Count Zarth
01-12-2005, 10:37 PM
The Closest GoChiefs has been to a Rock Concert was listening to the Mannheim Steamroller through the door while his mommy and daddy were playing Waller the Wallrus.



The First concert I ever went to was Kiss, Faster Pussycat and someone downtown KC when I was about 14.

I went to a Jon Lovitz stand up act one night, does that count?

Iowanian
01-12-2005, 10:38 PM
Only if someone's dope pipe caught their Over-Aqua-hair-spray'd fro on fiy-yah in the parking lot..and if your shoes had any vomit on them when you got home.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:39 PM
I think the first concert I ever went to was a Garth Brooks concert....


MOF.. I'm not sure how many concerts I've been to... seen TMBG a couple times... seen Tech N9ne a couple times... oh, I went to a show once... the band was made up of dudes who were in another band, but the lead singer fired 'em all... damned if I can remember the name of either band now. Made a real impact on me, obviously.

Frazod
01-12-2005, 10:41 PM
Where in the hell is the Tim I know? WTF?!?!

Is the kinder, gentler Frazod messing with your head? :)

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:42 PM
Tantric! That was the new band's name.

Now what the hell was the old name...

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:43 PM
Tantric! That was the new band's name.

Now what the hell was the old name...
Days of the New

Thanks, allmusic.com

ChiefsOne
01-12-2005, 10:43 PM
I went to VH1's site to try to find out some of their listings.
100 greatest artists of hard rock
That listing is f@(ked, they have Motley Crue listed as 29th Cinderella is not listed, but they have The Clash at 18 and Nirvana at 5, so not much stock in that. I have seen some of their "Top 100 of Metal things" and Crue is usually in the top 5.

Frazod
01-12-2005, 10:43 PM
I think the first concert I ever went to was a Garth Brooks concert....

I can top that. My first concert was Tammy Wynette, Ronnie Milsap and the Statler Brothers, at the gym at Jefferson City High School. I won the tickets calling into a local radio station - first thing I ever won.

I was 10.

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:44 PM
I think the first concert I ever went to was a Garth Brooks concert....


MOF.. I'm not sure how many concerts I've been to...

It's okay we understand.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:46 PM
It's okay we understand.
When I lived in Tempe I lived across the street from a bar that had live music every night.

Saw a lot of bad bands in there. But, some good stuff, too. Have a couple CDs from a local band I saw in there called The Glory Revival. F*ckers broke up a couple years ago, tho. Too bad.. they put on a hell of a show.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 10:47 PM
I haven't been to a concert in a long, long time. When concerts started getting to be over $20, I figured I didn't want to see a live show without boobies that badly, so I stopped going.

In fact, I hate to admit it, but I think the last damn concert I went to was - nah, never mind. I'm not telling anybody. I'm smarter than that. The wife picked the act. Heh heh.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:49 PM
C'mon Phildo, you pussy. Tell us.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:50 PM
Nzoner ... love ZZ Top! I like some of the Afterburner stuff, but thought it was 80's kinda sellout stuff. LOTS of bands did that though. Their old stuff is awesome...

La Grange is a great driving song.

I think my first concert was Willie Nelson at the State Fair with my parents when I was about 6?

The first concert that I went to was RATT and Bon Jovi... and Bon Jovi was the li'l known opening act.

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:50 PM
I haven't been to a concert in a long, long time. When concerts started getting to be over $20, I figured I didn't want to see a live show without boobies that badly, so I stopped going.

$3 to see Bob Walkenhorst plus we got the amusment of watching dancing psycho groupie.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:51 PM
I haven't been to a concert in a long, long time. When concerts started getting to be over $20, I figured I didn't want to see a live show without boobies that badly, so I stopped going.

In fact, I hate to admit it, but I think the last damn concert I went to was - nah, never mind. I'm not telling anybody. I'm smarter than that. The wife picked the act. Heh heh.

It was a chic concert wasn't it... please, dear god... not the annoying canadian chic that sang the Titanic song. I'm proud that I cannot recall her name at this second... one of you bastards will ruin the moment and type her name though.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:52 PM
It was a chic concert wasn't it... please, dear god... not the annoying canadian chic that sang the Titanic song. I'm proud that I cannot recall her name at this second... one of you bastards will ruin the moment and type her name though.
Celine Dion.

If you're gonna make me think of her, I'm reminding you of her name.

Hell, if I was feeling really mean, I'd post a pic.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:53 PM
Celine Dion.

If you're gonna make me think of her, I'm reminding you of her name.

Hell, if I was feeling really mean, I'd post a pic.

:cuss: AUUUUUUUUUUGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH :banghead:

My eyes... My eyes!!!

Frazod
01-12-2005, 10:53 PM
It was a chic concert wasn't it... please, dear god... not the annoying canadian chic that sang the Titanic song. I'm proud that I cannot recall her name at this second... one of you bastards will ruin the moment and type her name though.

Celine Dion.

Take THAT, Donko boy :p

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 10:53 PM
http://www.happyones.com/genealogy/lheureux/famous/celine.jpg

Frazod
01-12-2005, 10:54 PM
http://www.happyones.com/genealogy/lheureux/famous/celine.jpg

Oh, that's hitting below the belt.... :evil:

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:55 PM
Nzoner ... love ZZ Top! I like some of the Afterburner stuff, but thought it was 80's kinda sellout stuff. LOTS of bands did that though. Their old stuff is awesome...

La Grange is a great driving song.

I think my first concert was Willie Nelson at the State Fair with my parents when I was about 6?

The first concert that I went to was RATT and Bon Jovi... and Bon Jovi was the li'l known opening act.

Yeah it's too bad that most people equate ZZ to Legs,Sharp Dressed Man etc. when their 70's stuff is A+.Heard It On The X from their Fandango project is my favorite.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 10:57 PM
[url]


And, don't waste time finding who had the most top hits.


This is from launch@yahoo.com. Kinda long but tells a little more about each band.

Cinderella:
When Cinderella released their debut album, Night Songs, in 1986, they were packaged like a second-rate Bon Jovi imitation, which isn't surprising since Jon Bon Jovi was responsible for bringing the band to Mercury Records. Although the record wasn't bad, it was standard lite metal without much distinction, apart from lead guitarist/vocalist Tom Keifer's exaggerated Steven Tyler howl. With their second album, 1988's Long Cold Winter, they began to open up their sound slightly, bringing more blues and Rolling Stones influences to their hard rock. That approach reached its apex with their third album, 1990's Heartbreak Station, which swaggers defiantly, appropriating Stones and Aerosmith licks as if they had thought of the whole thing first. It didn't sell as much as Long Cold Winter did, which might be the reason why the band kept a low profile until late 1994. Either that or the drastically changed hard rock marketplace of the early '90s is what kept the band from releasing their fourth album until then. When Still Climbing did come out, the band was met with disinterest and resistance at MTV and radio.

Motley Crue:
With a gritty reputation that was arguably equaled only by Guns N' Roses, Mötley Crüe's infamous antics made them a force to be reckoned with in the '80s. As one of the first and most influential hair metal bands of the '80s, Mötley Crüe had a series of hit albums, the biggest and most noteworthy being 1989's Dr. Feelgood. The band soon met up with Allan Coffman, who financed their first album, Too Fast for Love, on their own small, independent Lethur Records label; the record sold a surprising 20,000 copies. After signing to Elektra Records, the band released Shout at the Devil in 1983, which featured the hit video "Looks That Kill." The record went platinum. The band's newest record, Theatre of Pain, had already been released and soared up the charts, making the band stars and producing their first Top 40 hit with a cover of Brownsville Station's "Smokin' in the Boys' Room." After a short hiatus, the band regrouped with Neil to film a music video for "Home Sweet Home"; the first hit power ballad to be aired on MTV, it became their most requested music video for four months straight. A year later, Mötley Crüe released their fourth album, Girls Girls Girls. The band's star continued to rise, as other songs like "Wild Side" became increasingly popular. Clean and sober, they returned in 1989 with Dr. Feelgood, which hit number one on the Billboard charts due to the strong singles "Kickstart My Heart," "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)," "Without You," and the infamous title-track, which became their first Top Ten single. After another worldwide tour, they released a compilation album, Decade of Decadence, in 1991. The album opened at number two. In 1992, sessions for Mötley Crüe's next album turned ugly, and Neil was fired and replaced with vocalist John Corabi, formerly of the Scream, later forming Union. The 1994 product was Mötley Crüe, which peaked at number seven in the U.S. and eventually went gold, but was ultimately a commercial disappointment, as was the supporting tour. In early 1997, it was confirmed that Corabi had been fired and that Neil was back for the much-hyped Generation Swine album. Though Generation Swine opened at number four, it was sharply criticized and fell off the charts before long. In 1998, the band released Greatest Hits, but shortly after the supporting tour, Lee was arrested for spousal abuse against wife Pamela Anderson and sentenced to jail time for most of the year. Meanwhile, the group's deal with Elektra fell apart, and Mötley Records switched its affiliation to the Beyond label, with the band acquiring the rights to its back catalog. After numerous bitter encounters with Neil, Lee left the band in 1999 to form Methods of Mayhem, who released their self-titled debut late that year; he was replaced with Ozzy Osbourne drummer Randy Castillo. That year, the revamped Crüe issued remastered editions of all their studio albums (complete with bonus tracks) plus the rarities collection Supersonic and Demonic Relics. An album of all new material, New Tattoo, appeared in the summer of 2000. In May of 2001, the band issued an over-the-top, tell-all biography, The Dirt , that quickly became a best-seller.

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 10:57 PM
http://www.happyones.com/genealogy/lheureux/famous/celine.jpg


Where's Deberg,I bet he'd hit it.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 10:58 PM
Yeah it's too bad that most people equate ZZ to Legs,Sharp Dressed Man etc. when their 70's stuff is A+.Heard It On The X from their Fandango project is my favorite.

Yeah, most think it's all about that cool shiny key chain.

My dad listened to all the classic rock when I was growing up and ZZ was always played.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 11:00 PM
Where's Deberg,I bet he'd hit it.

Hell, if he would hit Streisand... the question is what "wouldn't" he hit? ROFL

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 11:02 PM
Hell, if he would hit Streisand...

One thing you know about a broad w/ a big nose... she'll be able to breathe okay when her mouth's full.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 11:06 PM
$3 to see Bob Walkenhorst plus we got the amusment of watching dancing psycho groupie.

Yeah - I'll pay $3. I don't know why some of these musicians think they're worth $50-100 to see them. That's stupid.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 11:07 PM
It was a chic concert wasn't it... please, dear god... not the annoying canadian chic that sang the Titanic song. I'm proud that I cannot recall her name at this second... one of you bastards will ruin the moment and type her name though.

OMG - no! My wife is a chick, but she's not that bad. As a native Texan, she's fond of country music. That's the only clue I'm giving. It shouldn't be hard to determine the act.

RNR
01-12-2005, 11:07 PM
http://www.happyones.com/genealogy/lheureux/famous/celine.jpgWow the white Whitney, she can sing although I don't like her music. That girl does give me a icecream headache whenever she talks.

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 11:08 PM
OMG - no! My wife is a chick, but she's not that bad. As a native Texan, she's fond of country music. That's the only clue I'm giving. It shouldn't be hard to determine the act.
It was the Dixie Chicks, wasn't it?

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 11:09 PM
OMG - no! My wife is a chick, but she's not that bad. As a native Texan, she's fond of country music. That's the only clue I'm giving. It shouldn't be hard to determine the act.

Sounds like when my mrs drug my ass to see Alan Jackson,I felt a little out of place being the only guy without a cowboy hat and all.

Phobia
01-12-2005, 11:10 PM
It was the Dixie Chicks, wasn't it?

HELL NO!!!!














yes

ENDelt260
01-12-2005, 11:11 PM
I rule.

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 11:11 PM
HELL NO!!!!














yes

you poor bastard.

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 11:12 PM
HELL NO!!!!












yes


ROFL Break out the whip!

Mile High Mania
01-12-2005, 11:12 PM
Sounds like when my mrs drug my ass to see Alan Jackson,I felt a little out of place being the only guy without a cowboy hat and all.

Nothing wrong with Alan Jackson...

ChiefsOne
01-12-2005, 11:13 PM
Phobia, let her go with the kids. Don't suffer through that shit. I have never and will never go to a country concert. My wife and daughter go to some of "them" together, they like it, I stay home and everyone's happy.

RNR
01-12-2005, 11:13 PM
HELL NO!!!!














yes
The Nazi Chicks are more blue grass/pop than country

Nzoner
01-12-2005, 11:14 PM
Nothing wrong with Alan Jackson...

uh oh here we go again

RNR
01-12-2005, 11:15 PM
Nothing wrong with Alan Jackson...
Now we are talking country! :thumb:

Phobia
01-12-2005, 11:17 PM
Phobia, let her go with the kids. Don't suffer through that shit. I have never and will never go to a country concert. My wife and daughter go to some of "them" together, they like it, I stay home and everyone's happy.

I like going to country concerts every once in a while. But, don't take me to Kenny Chesney and don't take me to the Dixie Chicks. IIRC, I bought the tixs for she and my oldest daughter to go, but Britt's mom wouldn't allow it. The Dixie Chicks actually put on a reasonably entertaining show, even if you don't care for them. I didn't HATE it, but I definitely felt like a big jackass in that crowd.

ChiefsFanatik88
01-12-2005, 11:21 PM
The only country concert I would go to would be Shania Twain. But I would need to get backstage passes to meet her to make it worthwhile

ChiefsOne
01-12-2005, 11:22 PM
I would be a little out of place not to mention bitching the whole time. I always tell them I will go to what ever country concert when they go with me to Tool or Rob Zombie. That usually does the trick!

Brad "pussy" Paisley, Chesney and who ever else like that. Those guys are so untalented and don't even write their own music. I can respect Toby Keith and some of the more talented older guys even though I don't listen to it.

RNR
01-12-2005, 11:26 PM
I like going to country concerts every once in a while. But, don't take me to Kenny Chesney and don't take me to the Dixie Chicks. IIRC, I bought the tixs for she and my oldest daughter to go, but Britt's mom wouldn't allow it. The Dixie Chicks actually put on a reasonably entertaining show, even if you don't care for them. I didn't HATE it, but I definitely felt like a big jackass in that crowd.
I saw the chicks when they were pretty new at the George Strait country festival. They were alright, fu** Chesney he aint nothing but a wanna be Jimmy Buffet.

journeyscarab
01-13-2005, 12:03 AM
Ah Stand Alone TWO Day! Don't ask me why I feel I just know I feel this way....THIS WAY

That was on my "rastlin' tape" in HS.

Jesse James Dupree - the king of the Concert Moon!

I got a Wild Turkey or some whiskey bottle autographed by the band after we consumed it.

I like the line that goes "You're so misled - I shit like you do."

Kick ass band.

Phobia
01-13-2005, 12:03 AM
I would be a little out of place not to mention bitching the whole time. I always tell them I will go to what ever country concert when they go with me to Tool or Rob Zombie. That usually does the trick!

Yeah - that's my genre of choice. Country is a distant second.

TheNextStep
01-13-2005, 12:14 AM
I saw the chicks when they were pretty new at the George Strait country festival. They were alright, fu** Chesney he aint nothing but a wanna be Jimmy Buffet.

Which year did you go? I saw George Strait's Country Music Festival three different times. I think the Chicks were on the bill the second time I went, which was in Vegas. Politics and their quirky (for country) demeanors aside, they had a great sound, very rooted in traditional country.

I agree with you on Chesney. He's got a song or two that I listen to but, by and large, he just annoys the piss out of me.

Phobia
01-13-2005, 12:17 AM
I saw the chicks when they were pretty new at the George Strait country festival. They were alright, fu** Chesney he aint nothing but a wanna be Jimmy Buffet.

Yeah - that's why the wife wanted to go seem them as a headliner. We saw them at the GS Festival. I can't stand Chesney - he as at that same one.

In fact, that concert was the first one at Minute Made in Houston. The accoustics SUCK with the roof closed. Sounded pretty good with it open, though.

TheNextStep
01-13-2005, 12:19 AM
Yeah - that's why the wife wanted to go seem them as a headliner. We saw them at the GS Festival. I can't stand Chesney - he as at that same one.

In fact, that concert was the first one at Minute Made in Houston. The accoustics SUCK with the roof closed. Sounded pretty good with it open, though.
That was the third one I went to. Had some annoying drunk chick from Texas Tech sitting in front of me.

journeyscarab
01-13-2005, 12:21 AM
Crap - I hate posting late into a conversaion. Sorry for interrupting the Country music discussion.

Continue.

Phobia
01-13-2005, 12:23 AM
That was the third one I went to. Had some annoying drunk chick from Texas Tech sitting in front of me.

Hey - that was 4 years ago or thereabouts. Stop with the small world shit. You're the second person on this thread who was at a concert I attended.

RNR
01-13-2005, 12:27 AM
Which year did you go? I saw George Strait's Country Music Festival three different times. I think the Chicks were on the bill the second time I went, which was in Vegas. Politics and their quirky (for country) demeanors aside, they had a great sound, very rooted in traditional country.

I agree with you on Chesney. He's got a song or two that I listen to but, by and large, he just annoys the piss out of me.Crap I can not recall, it was when they were humping "Wide Open Spaces" right before it got large. Jo Dee Macina (sp) Tim Mcgraw were there also.

TheNextStep
01-13-2005, 12:38 AM
Crap I can not recall, it was when they were humping "Wide Open Spaces" right before it got large. Jo Dee Macina (sp) Tim Mcgraw were there also.
Yeah, Tim McGraw was at all three. Aside from Asleep at the Wheel, I think he's the only one that was at all of them. The one we're talking about had to be somewhere in around '98/'99.

Phob - I lived in Bryan/College Station until a few months ago and at one point talked about driving down to watch a Raiders/Chiefs game with y'all at whichever bar it was that you guys used to go to (decided against it since I knew it would involve driving back to B/CS drunk as hell...). Don't sweat the small world crap when it comes to me.

RNR
01-13-2005, 12:43 AM
Yeah, Tim McGraw was at all three. Aside from Asleep at the Wheel, I think he's the only one that was at all of them. The one we're talking about had to be somewhere in around '98/'99.
That sounds about right, I was thinking 97 but have slept sense then.

WilliamTheIrish
01-13-2005, 12:49 AM
This thread is just brutal. LMAO

Sometimes I love the offseason.

patteeu
01-13-2005, 07:53 AM
I'm a big fan of bands that use a chainsaw in their music.

When I was going to Rolla, a buddy and I made a roadtrip to St. Louis to see an Ozzy Osbourne concert where Motley Crue was the opening act. My truck broke down on the way so we missed Motley Crue completely.

But that didn't stop us from making up a story and telling another friend of ours how wild Motley Crue was. We told him that they played Helter Skelter as an encore while carving up a side of beef with a chainsaw. I didn't really think anything more about it until 15 or 20 years later when we found out this friend still believed our story. :)

Iowanian
01-13-2005, 08:03 AM
Isth Sthaat Freeeedumb wroooooooock?!

Wew, tuwn it UP duuuuuuuuuuude!

CosmicPal
01-13-2005, 08:05 AM
Crue? You gotta be shitzen me! That 80's hairband music was the absolute worst music- it's not even music. It's nothing but a bunch of posers who get up on stage, play three chords all night long, blow things up on stage, and get drunk.

The ONLY thing good about these asshats are the women! Actually, I should correct myself and say "GIRLS" 'cause only fourteen year old girls who have disovered Ritalin, Grain Alcohol, and hairspray go to these shows.

Sorry, but I'd rather be tied to a chain link fence and forced to watch reruns of Gilligans Island over and over again until my eyes bleed.

Iowanian
01-13-2005, 08:07 AM
Brad "pussy" Paisley, Chesney and who ever else like that. Those guys are so untalented and don't even write their own music. I can respect Toby Keith and some of the more talented older guys even though I don't listen to it.

Chachi,

You might want to educate yourself before posting things that might come back to make you look like an uninformed dipshit. Paisley is well known for being a very talented song writer and musician. He's the most "old school" country act out there....more than Alan Jackson.

"
His touch is everywhere—he wrote or co-wrote nine of the album’s 16 tracks (17 if you count the “hidden” one at the end), infusing those songs with moments and scenes drawn from his own life, and once again sharing his wit and humor along the way. “My favorite line in the [title] song is, ‘It’s in the middle of nowhere…only one way to get there…gotta get a little mud on the tires.’” And to bring Mud on the Tires to fruition, that’s exactly what Brad does."

http://www.bradpaisley.com/bio/facts.htm

Scaga
01-13-2005, 08:07 AM
The first concert that I went to was RATT and Bon Jovi... and Bon Jovi was the li'l known opening act.

No shit???
That was my first concert here in Wichita. I (vaguely) remember having the CASSETTES cranked up all the way before the show, then coming back out to the car afterwards thinking something was wrong with my stereo because it was so quiet. Think it took about 2 days for my ears to quit ringing.

:thumb:

ChiefsFanatik88
01-13-2005, 08:16 AM
Crue? You gotta be shitzen me! That 80's hairband music was the absolute worst music- it's not even music. It's nothing but a bunch of posers who get up on stage, play three chords all night long, blow things up on stage, and get drunk.

The ONLY thing good about these asshats are the women! Actually, I should correct myself and say "GIRLS" 'cause only fourteen year old girls who have disovered Ritalin, Grain Alcohol, and hairspray go to these shows.

Sorry, but I'd rather be tied to a chain link fence and forced to watch reruns of Gilligans Island over and over again until my eyes bleed.

Well I guess millions of people were wrong when they went out and bought their albums huh? Numerous Platinum albums, numerous top ten hits.

Crush
01-13-2005, 08:17 AM
No

MOhillbilly
01-13-2005, 08:17 AM
first concert Monsters of Rock at Arrowhead Stadium 88'
Kingdom Come
Dokken
Metalica
Scorpions
Van Halen

I had to use the phone across the street from the stadium and this huge mexican asked WTF i was looking at.
They kept playing GNR over the PA and id never heard them,everthing kinda went to shit after that.

Iowanian
01-13-2005, 08:19 AM
Well I guess millions of people were wrong when they went out and bought their albums huh? Numerous Platinum albums, numerous top ten hits.

Maybe you'll get lucky and get a backstage pass with a P on it, and be able to gobble some Vince-knob?

Jenny Gump
01-13-2005, 08:36 AM
I've just been jerking your chain Fanatik. Sorry, I couldn't resist. I never had tickets. I'm more of a Dave Matthews/Janis Joplin/Lenny Kravitz/Blues-rock-soul blend kind of chick. I don't "hate" the crue, but I wouldn't pay to see them.

journeyscarab
01-13-2005, 08:56 AM
first concert Monsters of Rock at Arrowhead Stadium 88'
Kingdom Come
Dokken
Metalica
Scorpions
Van Halen

I had to use the phone across the street from the stadium and this huge mexican asked WTF i was looking at.
They kept playing GNR over the PA and id never heard them,everthing kinda went to shit after that.

I went to that show with a radio station from Wichita I used to DJ for. We took like 5 buses to the show and everyone was drunk by the time we arrived (10 AM). I remember them playing GnR and everyone going nuts everytime they played it. We hadnt added it to our rotation yet so it was new to me.

What I really remember was eating at that Denny's across the street and the waitress dumping a tray of beers on us without so much as an apology or free meal.

The show was awesome tho!

Nzoner
01-13-2005, 08:57 AM
I'm more of a Dave Matthews/Janis Joplin/Lenny Kravitz/Blues-rock-soul blend kind of chick.

I think you'd really like some old school ZZ Top then,that is if you don't already.

RNR
01-13-2005, 09:04 AM
I think you'd really like some old school ZZ Top then,that is if you don't already.
ZZ Top is cool, do they still tour? I was into them years ago.

CosmicPal
01-13-2005, 09:06 AM
Well I guess millions of people were wrong when they went out and bought their albums huh? Numerous Platinum albums, numerous top ten hits.

Millions of people bought Jim Nabors albums. Doesn't mean he deserves the money.

ChiefsOne
01-13-2005, 09:33 AM
When I was going to Rolla, a buddy and I made a roadtrip to St. Louis to see an Ozzy Osbourne concert where Motley Crue was the opening act. My truck broke down on the way so we missed Motley Crue completely.

But that didn't stop us from making up a story and telling another friend of ours how wild Motley Crue was. We told him that they played Helter Skelter as an encore while carving up a side of beef with a chainsaw. I didn't really think anything more about it until 15 or 20 years later when we found out this friend still believed our story.

I saw that show in Memphis, one of the best! As much as I like Ozzy, Motley Crue was even better way back then.

ZepSinger
01-13-2005, 09:37 AM
I think you'd really like some old school ZZ Top then,that is if you don't already.

"Just Got Paid"

Best 'Top song EVER IMO. :thumb:

ChiefsOne
01-13-2005, 09:39 AM
Iowanian You might want to educate yourself before posting things that might come back to make you look like an uninformed dipshit. Paisley is well known for being a very talented song writer and musician. He's the most "old school" country act out there....more than Alan Jackson.


Well sorry about that one. "Most" of those guys are like Tiffany, they have a song writer and label to market the hell out of them. Kenny Chesney and the likes.

Paisley is still a 110 lb puzzy with a hot wife!

- the uninformed dipshit taking a stance.

Nzoner
01-13-2005, 09:41 AM
ZZ Top is cool, do they still tour? I was into them years ago.

Went to see them last Summer on their 35th Anniversary tour and they went way back for their set list with greats like Just Got Paid,LaGrange Waitin'For The Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago,Balinese,I'm Bad I'm Nationwide,Hot Blue & Righteous etc.

ChiefsOne
01-13-2005, 09:44 AM
MOhillbilly first concert Monsters of Rock at Arrowhead Stadium 88'
Kingdom Come
Dokken
Metalica
Scorpions
Van Halen


That show was very good, saw it in Memphis too. Didn't care for Metallica much back then the Scops were the best of that bunch. I was really there to see Van Halen, but the Scorpions won me over.

Kingdom Come, so much for the Led Zepplin comparison. I used to like Dokken, but Don Dokken is a dick like Axl Rose. George Lynch is a great guitarist though.

MOhillbilly
01-13-2005, 09:45 AM
I seen ozzy at swiss villa in 93' was supposed to be ozzy MOTORHEAD and alice in chains(dudes leg was broken),motorhead canceled and blind melon played instead.
Anyway Ozzy says *craziest MFer here gets to go on the bus to the next show* and a riot comenced. there were atleast 300 people on stage.
ROFL

htismaqe
01-13-2005, 09:46 AM
On an 80s note... Dokken is a band that never really figured it out and they never really made it big, but they put out some great albums.

I was a huge fan of Dokken. Lots of great music, but you're right; they never seemed to figure it out. Damn shame too, if they could have shelved the ego’s they could have made it big.

The problem was Don Dokken. Without him, George Lynch was phenomenal...

Don wanted to be a "rock star" and Lynch wanted to make more complicated music...