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Old 04.30.2006, 03:47 PM   #21
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Stevie would be an interesting mix w/ Sonic Youth. I'd pay to see that show.
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Old 04.30.2006, 04:42 PM   #22
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That's be wicked cool. Iv'e never seen any of the former Nirvana memebers live before, so it would be quite a treat.

Not only did I get to see a former Nirvana member live (Dave during last year's Foo Fighters/Weezer tour) but I also got to touch his arm when he walked through the audience . It was one of the defining moments of my life!
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Old 04.30.2006, 04:58 PM   #23
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To be honest, I'd rather see Krist than Dave. Don't get me wrong, Daves one of my favorite drummers, but I can't stand the Foo Fighters. & besides, Krist was in Nirvana from the beginning. He's one of the founding father's of Nirvana. Krist over Dave, definately.
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Old 04.30.2006, 05:58 PM   #24
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I don't really have a preference... besides, I didn't own a Nirvana CD until 1992 and really didn't care who was in the band longer. I should mention though, that I'm not really a fan of the Foo Fighters either. I bought their first album in '95 and listened to it over the next year or so, then pretty much lost interest. I was there to see Weezer, for sure. I still thought it was cool to see Dave play the drums for one song though.
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Old 04.30.2006, 06:26 PM   #25
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I know what you're saying. After I saw SY live, I thought to myself, that band has been on tour w/ Nirvana. & was great friends w/ all of them.
So, the closest I've gotten to seeing Nirvana, was seeing SY.
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Yeah, it's a shame I never got to see Nirvana live, but without the internet to find out about shows before they sold out, and parents that didn't really approve of Nirvana, and being only 13 or 14 at the time, not to mention living far away from any major concert venue, made it rather difficult to see them. I think it wasn't until Unplugged aired that my mom finally decided they weren't so bad after all. I think Kurt doing Unplugged reminded our parents' generation of James Taylor (when he still had hair, think "Fire and Rain") or something like that.
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Old 04.30.2006, 08:45 PM   #27
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Hey, I love James Taylor's early years. I waas listening to "Sweet Baby James" earlier, the record that has "Fire & Rain" on it. It's one of my favorite records. I pretty much grew up on that record.
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Old 05.01.2006, 03:39 PM   #28
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I would def be excited to see this show. I mean, Sonic Youth, & 1 of the founding father's of Nirvana, together on stage, that truly would be ecstasy in paradise.

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Old 05.02.2006, 10:22 PM   #29
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