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Atavanhalen Vs. The World - Best Gigs 2010

Welcome to the end of 2010, with your host Atavan. Best Gigs, Best Albums, Best Songs. No more drugs for me, pussy and religion is all I need.
5The Decemberists

If you aren't head over heels in love with Colin Meloy after seeing these guys live, you're completely fucked. Seasoned performers, engaging stage presence and a whole lot of fun.
4Florence + The Machine

This woman has one of the most powerful voices I've ever experienced in a live environment. Nothing quite like it - incredible performer.

A band I've been wanting to see for the better part of a decade, and the wait was oh so worth it. Jay-Z was the support, and he was also fucking killer.
2Lady Gaga

The only people who don't believe in Lady Gaga are the ones who didn't see the magic of the Monster Ball tour.

Amazing Japanese experimental band, put on a show like nothing I've ever seen before in my life. They had six drummers on stage, all going fucking nuts - a must-see live experience.
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