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post Feb 18 2008, 03:09 AM
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QUOTE (SLASH91 @ Feb 17 2008, 12:10 PM) *
Their singer's freakin insane laugh.gif



Trevor is pwnage, his stage presence is like a maniacal robot bear on stage laugh.gif
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post Feb 18 2008, 03:11 AM
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Ive heard good things about Between the Buried and me.. i actually had someone tell me that the album "colours" played live was better than Opeth and Dream Theatre... i spit out my coffee at the statement but maybe.. best live performance i have to say is Blind Guardian smile.gif.. mastadon is pritty amazing too


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post Feb 18 2008, 11:39 AM
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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Feb 17 2008, 05:30 PM) *
That is an official release and so therefore would have been edited in studio. Get a video of him live that is an amateur shot off youtube. You willsee the difference. I've seen them 4 times. All times he has been awful. Rest of the band are always spot on.



You know.. I like Dream Theater very much and I was a fan of them when I was younger and I think that I have the same problem than you. When I hear them live I preffer the music over the vocals... I think that Labrie finds very difficult to sing the high notes and I feel like if he would be suffering.

I'll check the band.. Between the Buried and Me, the AFI live links and Lamb of god live.. Thanks!


So the results would be that for the most of you the most amazing bands live are Iron Maiden and Dream Theater... any other one? smile.gif




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post Feb 18 2008, 11:41 AM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 18 2008, 10:39 AM) *
You know.. I like Dream Theater very much and I was a fan of them when I was younger and I think that I have the same problem than you. When I hear them live I preffer the music over the vocals... I think that Labrie finds very difficult to sing the high notes and I feel like if he would be suffering.

I'll check the band.. Between the Buried and Me, the AFI live links and Lamb of god live.. Thanks!


So the results would be that for the most of you the most amazing bands live are Iron Maiden and Dream Theater... any other one? smile.gif

I love a lot of Dream Theater studio I just don't think James Labrie can handle the live performance. Still love listening to the music though. Aerosmith were really great live also.


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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Feb 18 2008, 07:41 AM) *
I love a lot of Dream Theater studio I just don't think James Labrie can handle the live performance. Still love listening to the music though. Aerosmith were really great live also.


yes, he is perfect at the studio. I also enjoyed Aerosmith live the last year, lots of hits and rock and roll... a great show!


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I'll not accept any DT bashing here laugh.gif He does struggle from time to time- but i go for the music. It would be a bit less exciting if every song was an instrumental- and the melody lines for the vocals are often written very high > blame Petrucci lol

I think LaBrie is an importnant part of DT- i do prefer him in the studio ofcourse- however seeing them live is all about Petrucci (i had to witness the speed with my own eyes, as proof that he wasnt speeding up things in the studio laugh.gif laugh.gif )
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QUOTE (DeepRoots @ Feb 18 2008, 07:49 AM) *
I'll not accept any DT bashing here laugh.gif He does struggle from time to time- but i go for the music. It would be a bit less exciting if every song was an instrumental- and the melody lines for the vocals are often written very high > blame Petrucci lol

I think LaBrie is an importnant part of DT- i do prefer him in the studio ofcourse- however seeing them live is all about Petrucci (i had to witness the speed with my own eyes, as proof that he wasnt speeding up things in the studio laugh.gif laugh.gif )



yeah! Petrucci rocks live! smile.gif


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post Feb 18 2008, 12:02 PM
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The best time I've seen them is supporting Iron Maiden at Parc Des Princes Stadium, France


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Alright, i gotta add one more band, 3 Inches Of Blood, Cam Pipes can hit all the high notes and do it perfectly without losing a beat, 3IOB live is truly one of the most metal experiences ever.

LASTLY...

I must add this.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5ciJcksiEU

The opening scream is so EPIC!!!!!
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post Feb 18 2008, 05:08 PM
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thanks for that video uncreator .. that was amazing.. and ive found a new band biggrin.gif


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The most amazing show that I've seen on dvd is Madonna, and the one that I prescenced is Nine Inch Nails at the Luna Park (Buenos Aires).



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For me one of the best bands to see live are The Tragically Hip.

One of only a very few bands who I believe sound better live then on CD. Gordon Downie (Singer) has amazing energy on stage and the way he interacts with the crowd, he really knows how to get it going. Their songs are just infectous so it's hard not to enjoy and they play everything to perfection....I've seen them many times live and they have yet to disappoint. Check out their "One night in Toronto" DVD if you can or even better go see them if they are in your town. Just a great rock band.

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(I'm hoping to see Flogging Molly later this fall and I just know they'll be amazing live.)
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post Feb 19 2008, 12:42 AM
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I haven't seen that many live shows sad.gif But the best show that I've seen on DVD is Dream Theaters Metropolitan 2000: Scenes from New York... That was awesome biggrin.gif


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post Feb 19 2008, 12:55 AM
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I would like to see Green Day, if I have chance.
I have seen Muse at Wembley Stadium last summer. That was great, fantastic!. That night's gig will be on DVD next month, I am quite looking forward to it. smile.gif
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The best I've seen is Porcupine Tree, no doubt. I didn't understand how cool Steven Wilson was untill I saw them live, and well. It's the best day of my life so far, it was the most amazing gig ever. Cult of Luna was close though, they were really magical live.

Allthough, in a month I hope that my answer will be different, since I'm going to see Opeth, Katatonia and Comus in less than a month.


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QUOTE (rokchik @ Feb 18 2008, 03:35 PM) *
For me one of the best bands to see live are The Tragically Hip.

One of only a very few bands who I believe sound better live then on CD. Gordon Downie (Singer) has amazing energy on stage and the way he interacts with the crowd, he really knows how to get it going. Their songs are just infectous so it's hard not to enjoy and they play everything to perfection....I've seen them many times live and they have yet to disappoint. Check out their "One night in Toronto" DVD if you can or even better go see them if they are in your town. Just a great rock band.

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(I'm hoping to see Flogging Molly later this fall and I just know they'll be amazing live.)


+1 on the Tragically Hip. I don't actually own any of their cd's, but I try to see them live every time they come to town.
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post Feb 19 2008, 02:13 AM
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QUOTE (ActiveX @ Feb 18 2008, 08:18 PM) *
+1 on the Tragically Hip. I don't actually own any of their cd's, but I try to see them live every time they come to town.


I saw them twice on their last tour. Just so much fun to see...and the music just speaks for itself. You gotta love Downie though, he's sucha nut. But his vocals are amazing.
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