Scoot
Scott Krasman
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Last Active 12-07-13 3:14 pm
Joined 05-29-05

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 Lists
01.23.14 Bieber Dui11.15.13 It's Agalloch Time
09.28.13 I Fixed Pound Cake09.21.13 I'm Turning 23
08.31.13 Hubardo08.18.13 I Am Tom Hanks
07.12.13 New Dropped Flyer Ep 06.10.13 Socially Awkward Moments
06.05.13 Some Lesser Known Stuff 05.22.13 Xbox One
05.16.13 A Daft Punk Remix04.20.13 Sum 41 Ranked
03.16.13 Got Wheels?03.12.13 The 20/20 Experience
02.26.13 Put My Dog Down02.17.13 Holy Shit
02.06.13 Scoot Drops New Track 01.31.13 Gta V Gets Delayed
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Nov.'10-'11 Concerts Ranked

didn't get to go to many shows over the past year (started at rNovember). some are shows that i'm going to in a short while.
12Matthew Good
Avalanche


Seeing him in a few weeks. I'm really excited to see him play stuff off of this album. 0/0
11City and Colour
Little Hell


Seeing him in January. Same as above. 0/0
10Job for a Cowboy
Doom


Gross. They were one of two bands who opened for BTBAM, and despite missing a guitarist because of health issues they took the stage anyway. Wish they hadn't. 2/10
93 Inches of Blood
Advance and Vanquish


I've never been a big fan of this band, mainly because of the vocals. Alexisonfire must have chosen them for an opening band strictly because they're local, because the music itself is pretty terrible. Also, the singer can't hit any of the high notes live. 3/10
8Norma Jean
Meridional


Another opening band for Alexisonfire. While I've never been a big fan, they managed to put on a passable show. The vocalist is as fat and hairy as you'd imagine. 5/10
7La Dispute
Wildlife


The first opening band for Alexisonfire and by far the best, which is kind of sad considering they received no introduction or visual aids whatsoever. It was nice to see a small group of dedicated fans headbanging away at the front of the stage. I actually managed to say a few words to Jordan as he was leaving the venue. Pretty impressive stuff. 7.5/10
6Blue Man Group
The Complex Rock Tour Live (DVD)


Kind of an odd choice, but I got dragged to it. Turns out it was one of the better shows I've been to for fan experience and involvement. Say what you want about the actual music, which is full of bizarre instruments and random song progressions, but they know how to put on a show. 8/10
5The Ocean
Precambrian


The first opening act for BTBAM. They absolutely blew JFAC out of the water and very nearly managed to outdo the headliner. Some of the screams were just godly live and the musicianship was phenomenal. This is from someone who was never a big fan of them before the concert. 8.5/10
4Alexisonfire
Watch Out!


I'm glad I got the chance to see them one last time before they disbanded. This was my second time seeing them, but I hadn't in years. They didn't disappoint, with tremendous visuals and fantastic energy that seemed to electrify the crowd. While they were really taking a nosedive over the last few years, this concert helped them to regain a little more of my respect. 8.5/10
3Between the Buried and Me
Alaska


Ah, the always controversial Between the Buried and Me. I ended up snagging an extra ticket from a friend just hours before the show started, and I'm thankful I did. Their average stage presence was made up for by their near flawless sound and engaging visuals. Managed to catch one of Dustie's crowd-thrown picks as well. 9/10
2Karnivool
Sound Awake


When I first found out about this concert, I nearly shit my pants. I had been wanting to see them for a few years and never thought they'd gather a big enough fanbase to tour NA, but there they were. The venue was tiny and there was maybe forty people inside, but it was a fantastic show. Being front row certainly helped. Kenny's vocals were unbelievable and the rest of the band was near-CD quality. This was also the only show I've managed to grab the setlist off the stage. 9.5/10
1Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada


GY!BE. Front row. Enough said. Best concert of my life and something that I'll never top, save for Refused reforming and deciding to play a show in my basement. Absolutely stunning. 10/10
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