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(Collector's Weekly)   Based on these New Year's Eve rock posters made between 1966 and 2012, recreational drugs have gotten much better   (collectorsweekly.com) divider line 19
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2012-12-31 08:55:47 AM
farm4.static.flickr.com
 
2012-12-31 09:01:03 AM
I love this one. Oh yeah, and some band called Pearl Jam.

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2012-12-31 09:39:01 AM
c/s/b

In a 100 person bar in the midwest, I once saw

Voivod, headlining
Faith no More, second billing
Soundgarden, opening

Was 1990 IARC.  All of the Seattle bands were unknowns (super unknowns lol) outside Seattle til after Nirvana, then they were all instantly huge.
 
2012-12-31 09:43:58 AM

Generation_D: c/s/b

In a 100 person bar in the midwest, I once saw

Voivod, headlining
Faith no More, second billing
Soundgarden, opening

Was 1990 IARC.  All of the Seattle bands were unknowns (super unknowns lol) outside Seattle til after Nirvana, then they were all instantly huge.


I bought Voivod at the Dollar Store, never could get all the way through the CD.
 
2012-12-31 09:53:30 AM
Maybe graphic design has just gotten better in the last 45 years?
 
2012-12-31 10:00:53 AM
I have begun work on a time machine so that I may attend this concert. If you would like to contribute, consider the donation of a ham sandwich.

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2012-12-31 10:09:21 AM
That mostly seemed like a Deadhead writing an "article" as an excuse to showcase some of his favorite hippie posters.
 
2012-12-31 10:38:35 AM

AshCampbell: That mostly seemed like a Deadhead writing an "article" as an excuse to showcase some of his favorite hippie posters.


And yet, here I am, in my cube, envying that Deadhead.
 
2012-12-31 11:13:33 AM

Generation_D: c/s/b

In a 100 person bar in the midwest, I once saw

Voivod, headlining
Faith no More, second billing
Soundgarden, opening

Was 1990 IARC.  All of the Seattle bands were unknowns (super unknowns lol) outside Seattle til after Nirvana, then they were all instantly huge.


acsb:
It wasn't in a 100 person bar but in a 12,000 arena with only 1,500 people attending.
Yes - headling what turned out to be the 'Yessongs' tour.
Gentle Giant, second billing
Eagles, opening.
 
2012-12-31 11:17:45 AM
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Gimme a bottle of anything, and a glazed donut.  To go..........
 
2012-12-31 11:17:56 AM
i932.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-31 11:25:36 AM
always liked this one. p2.la-img.com

/hot
 
2012-12-31 11:54:42 AM
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The one in the middle looks like Sgt. Hulka from Stripes
 
2012-12-31 11:57:24 AM

whereisian: I have begun work on a time machine so that I may attend this concert. If you would like to contribute, consider the donation of a ham sandwich.

[www.collectorsweekly.com image 340x500]


Only if I get to come with you.
 
2012-12-31 12:21:30 PM

whereisian: I have begun work on a time machine so that I may attend this concert. If you would like to contribute, consider the donation of a ham sandwich.

[www.collectorsweekly.com image 340x500]


This....that would be epic..
 
2012-12-31 12:59:55 PM

Girion47: Generation_D: c/s/b

In a 100 person bar in the midwest, I once saw

Voivod, headlining
Faith no More, second billing
Soundgarden, opening

Was 1990 IARC.  All of the Seattle bands were unknowns (super unknowns lol) outside Seattle til after Nirvana, then they were all instantly huge.

I bought Voivod at the Dollar Store, never could get all the way through the CD.


Which album?
 
2012-12-31 03:36:51 PM

Generation_D: c/s/b

In a 100 person bar in the midwest, I once saw

Voivod, headlining
Faith no More, second billing
Soundgarden, opening

Was 1990 IARC.  All of the Seattle bands were unknowns (super unknowns lol) outside Seattle til after Nirvana, then they were all instantly huge.


Mine was seeing Blind Melon.  The place probably could hold 500 if packed, but only like *maybe* 100 showed up.  And of those 100, only like 30 of us were at the stage... the rest hung at the bar.

I remember a security guard reminding Shannon Hoon not to stage dive this time around.
 
2012-12-31 05:27:07 PM
Tom Tom Club and The Greatful Dead on the same bill?
 
2012-12-31 06:09:01 PM

devilskware: Girion47: Generation_D: c/s/b

In a 100 person bar in the midwest, I once saw

Voivod, headlining
Faith no More, second billing
Soundgarden, opening

Was 1990 IARC.  All of the Seattle bands were unknowns (super unknowns lol) outside Seattle til after Nirvana, then they were all instantly huge.

I bought Voivod at the Dollar Store, never could get all the way through the CD.

Which album?


Angel Rat
 
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