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Old 04-03-2013, 01:23 AM
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I have no opinion about Def Leppard...

But let's face it; everything beats Nickleshit.
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:25 AM
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Well, the city collapses every time there's a big gig like Guns N' Roses or Aerosmith. When the Guns concert ended was back in Buenos Aires at 5 AM in the morning, without stopping to eat, just trying to get out of the city.

With Aerosmith happenned something similar. They're not ready for big gigs, IMO, unless is a second date, or they need a better organization.

Also, I've been in several gigs here in Argentina and the ones in River are the most memorables, I don't know why, but there's something magical about that stadium... or maybe it's just that I'm a River Plate fan :P

What gig did you attended in the UK?
In the UK I have been to a few. Wembley 2000, Cardiff 2001, Manchester and London 2003, and Manchester and Milton Keynes 2006. Haven't been since 06 because I didn't like the new output much, but I have got the urge to go this year.

What you said about La Plata sounds shit, hopefully it will be in River or Velez for me cause I can walk home afterwards.
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Old 04-03-2013, 04:43 AM
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La Plata itīs a great venue for rock gigs IMO

I had the chance to see Aerosmith and Guns N Roses there, and the sound was powerfull and good. Itīs way better than Velez.
But La Plata hasnīt the capacity and the safe access that River has. Thatīs why mega concerts like ACDC, Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney, Metallica had place in River
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7 pages on a thread with a title like this, for a minute there i thought it was actually a possibility no way they could open for Jovi in Lisbon though, they're playing in Madrid with Whitesnake and Europe on the very same day.

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I saw this tour in Manchester, Steel Panther went down a storm as did Crue who were excellent (the best I've seen them since '89) I left after 2 Def Leppard songs.......very boring
Crue weren't bad by all means (and the drumset rollercoaster was by far the biggest wow moment i've ever witnessed on any show), but as stated before Vince can't sing to save his life and after a while his voice became awfully annoying. the Leps had a somewhat slow start, but they picked up pretty fast. it wasn't mindblowing but it was a pretty decent show. shame you left after 2 songs, we got Gods Of War & Women. back to back too that said, the most exciting band of the night were Steel Panther, hands down. they were funny, enthusiastic and they sounded especially good.

i wouldn't mind seeing the Leps with Bon Jovi, yet there's something about that image that doesn't feel right to me. even though i'd probably be ecstatic if that was ever to happen.
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Well, Jon apparently performed with Joe during a song on Jon's solo outing with The Kings of Suburbia the other day...that's probably the closest we're going to get. I also heard that no video is up of this performance because it was a private event for Avon (it was the second night of the solo show; vids are all over the place on YouTube for the first night). Figures. I would have liked to have heard them sing together.
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Well, Jon apparently performed with Joe during a song on Jon's solo outing with The Kings of Suburbia the other day...that's probably the closest we're going to get. I also heard that no video is up of this performance because it was a private event for Avon (it was the second night of the solo show; vids are all over the place on YouTube for the first night). Figures. I would have liked to have heard them sing together.
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It was a co-headline UK tour with Motley Crue actually.
No, those were the places they played in in 2008 on the Sparkle Lounge -tour.

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Say what ya want but Def Lep opening for Jovi would be awesome!
Yes. It would be tour of the year if both are playing full sets.

Crazy "Die Hard" of each band would balk at this idea, thinking that their favorite band is above this and better than the other (Bon Jovi is more relevant than Def Leppard, they just released a great new album! Def Leppard rocks harder than Bon Jovi even though the drummer has only 1 arm!), but that's all bollocks. It will be heaven for those who love melodic rock, never mind those who are big fans of both bands like me.
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