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|Bands I Have Seen Live|
A list of bands that I've seen play live.
Put on a good show and got the crowd going. These guys are decent. A good punk/metal band that should be well-known in a few years time.
Boring, and every song sounded the same. Hardly interacted with the crowd, but the songs sounded listenable.
Were decent, but nothing special in my opinion. However, the huge army of 13 year old girls screaming for the lead singer Matt, would probably beg to differ. A bit whiny, annoying, and generic, but still a fairly decent band.
Not amazing live, but not bad either. Interacted with the crowd well, but didn't play much of their older (and better) music. Still a good band though.
I love these guys. A great British ska band, who deserve a lot of recognition, not only for the amount of effort they put into their work, but for the quality of their songs. Amazing live, amazing on a CD. One of the best bands at the moment.
Sounded like a good, fun band, but weren't awesome live. Still weren't bad, but just nothing memorable about them either.
I had never heard of these guys before I saw them play live, but they were awesome. Every song was played and sung flawlessly, and the three-piece band interacted with the crowd very well. I met Kaleo (Singer/Guitarist) after they played too, he's a cool guy.
|8||Less Than Jake|
An incredible band. Played songs from most of their albums, including their latest offering "GNV FLA", as well as some old-school favourites such as "Johnny Quest thinks we're sellouts" and "Dopeman". Constantly talking to the crowd between songs, and getting everybody involved in the show. A great band.
A solid band. They managed to pull off their live show very well, and were a great opening band to have, as they got the crowd ready and skankin' for Suburban Legends and Reel Big Fish.
I checked these guys out on youtube before going to the gig, and I was thoroughly impressed by their songs. They played a very good show, and despite some technical difficulties with the Lead Singer's microphone, were great fun live.
|11||Reel Big Fish|
Played each and every song immaculately, and they were constantly joking with the crowd between songs. Amazing.
Were constantly having shoes and cups of beer thrown at them, and getting booed by assholes who were 'too hardcore' to be listening to 'fagets lyk flobots', but still played a good set, and shut up most of the booing assholes by telling them that even if they dislike Flobots, they should listen to the message that they are trying to get across, because it's the same message that the headlining band (Rise Against) were also trying to get across.
One of my all-time favourite bands. To be honest, I only went to this gig to see Anti-Flag, and I was dissapointed that they only played 7 or 8 songs. However, they played a great set and they were even better than the headlining band.
I've never been a huge fan of Rise Against, but I do like them. They weren't awesome live, neither were they bad, but after Anti-Flag's set, there wasn't really anything that they could do to top it.
|A lot of bands on this list aren't good. Some are though. Anti-Flag is pretty good live. |
|i am afraid i do not agree with you on 4.|
|Aaah, i was at that Less Than Jake show too, was very very good :D I was so happy they played loads of their back catalogue.|
And Imperial Leisure are always awesome. Same with Random Hand actually, though I missed the RBF show here :/
|I know exactly what you mean about 2, but I still thought they were pretty good|
They're far and away the best band on this list
|i just saw pepper friday with the supervillians, it was sick.|