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5 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotegrzegorz67 Quotefloodonthepage Quoteswimtothemoon QuoteKurt I, too, am not sure which Chicago show is which The Ticketmaster listing of show links seems to be in a different order than the Rolling Stones .com listing of show links... Can anyone definitively determine Night #1 vs. Night #2 ? I asked for help on this problem also. I was told to use the stones site and click on the sh
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5 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Found one!
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5 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quoteswimtothemoon QuoteKurt I, too, am not sure which Chicago show is which The Ticketmaster listing of show links seems to be in a different order than the Rolling Stones .com listing of show links... Can anyone definitively determine Night #1 vs. Night #2 ? I asked for help on this problem also. I was told to use the stones site and click on the show you are looking for. This takes y
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6 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
I've been on the verge of buying one for Chicago #1 myself, but I'm not confident that the top listed TBA show is truly 6/21 and the 2nd listed is truly 6/25. I don't want to end up buying two singles for 6/25....but it seems, based on prices, that the 2nd listed "TBA" show is maybe really 6/21 as prices are so much higher for that listing.
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6 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Is everybody ready, everybody seems to be ready. We're sorry for the delay.
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18 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Assuming we can count some of the songs from "Tattoo You" that are basically touched up 70s songs... She's So Cold Let Me Go Start Me Up Hang Fire Slave Worried About You I Think I'm Going Mad One Hit (To The Body) Almost Hear You Sigh Slipping Away
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18 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotecrholmstrom Quotefloodonthepage OMG. This thread. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! It's a train wreck and I can't stop looking, but I've got to walk away. I know some have said that it helps channel nervous energy, but it's starting to hurt my brain. I'm going to listen to Stones music. Maybe start a marathon from "Come On" and just start listening to
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18 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
I couldn't play the Qobuz link (seemingly without being a member/having an account?) but I found this on YouTube
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18 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
OMG. This thread. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! It's a train wreck and I can't stop looking, but I've got to walk away. I know some have said that it helps channel nervous energy, but it's starting to hurt my brain. I'm going to listen to Stones music. Maybe start a marathon from "Come On" and just start listening to everything in order and I'll ch
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21 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedaspyknows Quotefloodonthepage Yo La Tengo Outlaw Festival: Dawes, Avett Brothers, Phil Lesh, Allison Krauss, Willie Nelson Brandi Carlile First Aid Kit John Mayer Andrew Bird Stereolab Rolling Stones TBA! First Aid Kit is amazing. Where are you seeing them? They are coming to "Summerfest" in Milwaukee, July 2nd.
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22 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Not counting things like "Think I'm Going Mad" which I most definitely would have included but originated pre-1981... Chronological order.. 1) She Was Hot 2) One Hit (To The Body) 3) Sleep Tonight 4) Terrifying 5) Almost Hear You Sigh 6) Slipping Away 7) Highwire 8) Love Is Strong 9) Saint of Me 10) Thief in the Night 11) How Can I stop 12) Rough Justice 13) Laugh
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24 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Queen was the first rock band I ever studied, in that my first rock record was a Queen album ("The Game") when I was around 7 or 8 years old. Personally, I would not be interested in seeing Queen without Freddie. Along with what has been said about the Stones, there is no Queen without Freddie, to me. Though there have been bands that have had a lot of success with new singers actua
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25 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotenick Quotefloodonthepage Yep, a skip in the first few seconds. But you can send it in for a correction disc, which I did, and it's all good. The replacement disc is all good if you play the whole CD starting with Track 1 "She Was Hot. If you play only Track 2 "Think I'm Going Mad", then the song starts a half second in. ??????? I would file a complaint, or pe
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25 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Rolling Stones x 2 Yo La Tengo Outlaw Festival: Dawes, Avett Brothers, Phil Lesh, Allison Krauss, Willie Nelson Brandi Carlile First Aid Kit John Mayer Andrew Bird Stereolab
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30 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteGasLightStreet Quotetreaclefingers Well, I bought it for $188...price bumped up again. This isn't the typical stones album or greatest hits, this is a curio, the 'must have' set for those completists that want the artwork and every version and remix of every single. It's been much higher priced and I think there are few sets left for those that a
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30 ***days ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteLynd8 This was the first time I ever passed on a Rolling Stones release. I had every song on CD already except a few remixes that I didn't really care about. I was super excited that "Think I'm Going Mad" was finally officially released on CD and then found out it had that bad edit or error in the beginning of the track! Yep, a skip in the first few seconds. But you
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotetomcasagranda I hate it; I think it's the worst thing the Stones ever recorded, and during what many perceive to be their golden era, i.e with Brian. My Girl is their second worst ever, and, again, that too is a soul cover. However, their versions of Mercy Mercy, Hitch Hike, That's How Strong My Love Is, You Better Move On, are awesome. I've also heard their Steel Wheels
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotetomcasagranda Quote24FPS Under the Boardwalk is probably the worst Stones cover, along with My Girl, as tomcasagranda noted in an earlier post. The Stones are maybe the best cover band of all time, the Dead being the worst. But there were a few missteps in the early days. I don't think Mick was mature enough yet to sing 'That's How Stong My Love Is' in '65, but was m
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteOpenG I always thought Don Was - he was to close to the stones being a fan and in awe to be an effective producer - you need someone who is not afraid to take chances and say no to the glimmers and push them to the limits .
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteUGot2Rollme Honestly IMO, Vodoo Lounge was their last stellar album and I love the production. But that might have been their last work with Don Was so maybe band agreed with you? Don Was is still with them and has worked on everything since "Voodoo Lounge" as well.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteGlam Descendant My main beef with disk 2 is the omissions of "Can't Turn You Loose" and " Love Train" (yes, I know they're on FF DVD). Oh man, those would have been GREAT to have on there.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Yeah, I've seen it but for the life of me I can't remember the show. Maybe "Atlantic City"?
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotefrankotero Crossfire Hurricane was great in my opinion. Only thing I would do different is add the rest of the story up to present day. Maybe it could be a 2 parter. I would have loved "Crossfire Hurricane" if not for the total disregard of Ian Stewart. It's more than a little disheartening considering I know the band had final say as producers...so it's not like some
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Good lord. I streamed "Live Licks" this weekend, after years of disregarding it (never having bought it) and it seems my initial instinct was right, for my taste anyway. That edit on "Rocks Off" is pure garbage, and the rarities on Disc 2, which by all accounts should have made this album indispensable, often sound uninspired. I saw all three Chicago shows on the Licks to
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4 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Thanks, giventofly15! I for one hadn't seen a tracklist yet.....and (seemingly) a reported release date! May 3rd.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
I don't know for my first concert ever, as I didn't keep the stub, but my 2nd concert ever was the Stones in 1989....Main Floor, $28.50 (plus fees), I believe.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
I never bought "Live Licks" either. In fact, since becoming a fan in '89, it was the first thing I didn't buy, followed by the "Shine a Light" soundtrack. "Live Licks" because of the edits and "Shine a Light" because I had the film, but of course that didn't stop me later on from buying the "Some Girls: Live in Texas" CDs! Though I
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
Quotedcba Quotekeefriff99 but good for them for making rock'n'roll slightly more popular with younger fans. You raise an interesting point : does a rock newbie need a 4th-rate band to discover rock? Does a 12-yo need a Michael Bay turd to discover films? Isn't it preferable that young people enter a cultural field through a significant figure (the Stones, Kubrick) rather than
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5 ***weeks ***ago
floodonthepage
QuoteTumblinDice76 Quotebv If you buy a ticket for a show where the band members are average age 75 years old or so, you should be prepared for may be some changes at times. Most people who go to the shows live in the same city where the show is, or nearby. Rather than going to the show as scheduled, they will take another bus, tram, train or car three months or so later. Sure I know many like my
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