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    I've been to a lot but the best ever and can't imagine it ever being topped was seeing Simon &Garfunkel. Omg I spent the whole night breathless and close to tears. When Paul sang The Boxer I got goosebumps lol

    Other honourable mentions Greenday, INXS ( saw them 4 times), Powderfinger, and Mumford and Sons.

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    Iron Maiden are amazing live,KISS and Pearl Jam were also great. Marilyn Manson was my first concert at about 15 and he was awesome on stage. Opeth are always good live, Cattle Decapitation freaking unbelievable and Behemoth and Cannibal Corpse also memorable. Oh to be young again!

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    I've seen soooooo many concerts! I've seen Bon Jovi heaps of times, the first time I saw them would be my favourite as it was HUGE for me! KISS are also great, and Foo Fighters.

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    I must be the only one on here who has never been to a concert. Ha ha

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    Default Best Concert you have ever been to

    Wow, so hard to choose...

    Violent Femmes and Faith No More are probably at the top of my list. Partly because I loved them for so long before finally seeing them live.

    Terror are awesome, they just go so hard!

    Lamb Of God were great too.

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    1. The Divinyls at a local venue that only holds 500 people. Chrissie Amphlett was simply sensational.

    2. Oasis at Newcastle Civic. Wow.

    3. 1993- third row at entertainment centre, sydney, for Led Zeppelin.

    4. I always love Billy Joel, Dido was great too.

    5. Heaps of uni gigs, Midnight Oil, Boom Crash Opera, hoodoo gurus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tainted View Post
    Iron Maiden are amazing live,KISS and Pearl Jam were also great. Marilyn Manson was my first concert at about 15 and he was awesome on stage. Opeth are always good live, Cattle Decapitation freaking unbelievable and Behemoth and Cannibal Corpse also memorable. Oh to be young again!
    I would love to see Cattle Decapitation!

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    I've seen Superjesus, George, Eskimo Joe, Live, Robbie Williams, Bon Jovi, pink, justin Timberlake, thirsty merc, and others I'm probably forgetting.

    I've never been disappointed as at the end of the day I'm a fan of their music.

    Pink is always amazing.

    Robbie Williams was awesome live!

    Live are my favourite band hands down so they never disappoint me.

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    I'm still getting goosebumps over Alice Cooper, coming out draped in his snake, to sing Welcome to my Nightmare. Awesome!
    It was SO amazing. That snake is gorgeous! I love Cooper anyway, but man he can put on a show!

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    Pink! I love her. I was 8 and a half months pregnant when I went (missed the funhouse tour as I was nursing very young twins and couldn't leave them!) and can't wait to go again when I'm not huge so I can fully appreciate it!

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