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Woodstock '05

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I was reading The Ultimate Woodstock and thought we should make one for 2005, only bands who are still around/new.

1.Audioslave

2.Velvet Revolver (Hopefully playing All G 'n' R songs and Plush.

3.The White Stripes

4.Feeder

5.Manic Street Preachers

6.Incubus

7.Marillion

8.The Killers

9.U2

10.Muse

11.The Tragically Hip

12.David Usher

13.Red Hot Chili Peppers

14.The Pixies

And if Cream really returns they of Course will headline.

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Ok, so

The Rolling Stones

U2

White Stripes

REM

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Elton John

Smashmouth

Bruce Springsteen

Patti Smith

The Killers

Green Day

Pixies

Elliot Murphy

Bob Dylan

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10,000 Maniacs (with or w/out Natalie)

David Byrne (w or w/o Talking Heads)

Smashmouth

Barenaked Ladies

Eagles (yes, the reunion tour)

Cream (see above)

Little Richard (I don't care if they have to wheel him out onstage)

Taj Mahal

Joni Mitchell

CSN (with or without Young)

The Zombies (yep, they're back together)

Bob Dylan

Tom Petty

Boz Scaggs

Steve Miller

The Four Freshmen (just seeing if Sammy is paying attention).

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I already said on the other one: CHEAP TRICK HAS TO BE THERE!!!

The Smithereens

And Lenny Kravitz would be cool, too.

:afro: :afro: :afro: :rockon: :rockon: :rockon:

The Smitherens are still together? Add that to my list.

And of course, Cheap Trick.

David Bowie.

David Byrne.

Blondie (if the´re not together the´ll be for this)

Leonard Cohen

Neil Young&Graham nash

James Brown

Pretenders

Françoise Hardy

Mark Knopfler

The Cure

Juliette Gréco

Soviet Army Choirs

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I've seen several icantations of KISS through the years, starting with the original lineup in 77 or so, and ending with the same lineup in around 2000, I think.

I wouldn't go see them now, though. It's one thing to replace members. Alot of bands do that. But to put on the makeup of former members. That's just wrong.

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I think you should spare a thought for those of us who weren't around in 1977 or were too young to attend a KISS concert pre 1990's. It isn't my fault that I had the misfortune of being born in 1984. I saw KISS in May last year, and they rocked. It never felt wrong, only right!

"We're talkin' Gene and Paul live y'all" - Detroit Rock City (the movie)

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It's one thing to replace members. Alot of bands do that. But to put on the makeup of former members. That's just wrong.

Why is it okay to replace a band member at a particular instrument, but not as a particular "character"? Kiss (the corporation) has the patent on the character, not Ace or Peter. I, for one, am slightly dissappointed with your thought process in this instance. Don't forsake them for such a piddling grievance. They still kick a$$! :bow: :bow:

:afro: :afro: :afro: :rockon: :rockon: :rockon:

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