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hard to say since been to many over years. iron maiden put on good stage show. but been to others where artist had top 10 music but stage show was lacking. like Metallica and megadeth also stone sour too.
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hard to say since been to many over years. iron maiden put on good stage show. but been to others where artist had top 10 music but stage show was lacking. like Metallica and megadeth also stone sour too.
yeah enjoyed megadeth just for being megadeth...here in NZ we get a banner maybe some stage lights as usually the stage shows are too big and complex to ship here.
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what i mean for stage show nothing like what gwar and iron maiden do for stage show. like three bands i post put on great show because sound and music was great. i will even say this i saw white snake few years ago and open band was way better then headliner. also opening act was dead daisies. also so top ten music act where they had off day like stone temple pilots where Scott weiland voice was off do to not feeling good or swore throat. or been to free bon jovi show do to boss breaking rules and where company boss told give back to me and took 5 people from work to it. only to have them play there Keep the Faith tour. where took more songs from that album then play hits. all of us did not like show at all.
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top ten music act where they had off day like stone temple pilots where Scott weiland voice was off do to not feeling good or swore throat.
I've seen Velvet Revolver twice and it really put into perspective the importance of a good road crew; example - first time I saw them it was like they all had their speakers cranked up, like they were all trying to be the loudest one on stage, ended up sounding like crap it was just noise. saw them about a year or so later same venue, sat in close to the same seats but this time the volumes were way better balanced you could actually distinguish lyrics and instruments, such a better experience. I've seen a few shows where the road crew did a pretty poor job balancing the volumes for the show and it made a huge difference on the quality of the event.
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Blue Oyster Cult every time i have seen them.
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