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Rage Against The Machine at Liverpool Royal Court, 1993 I think. Total and utter mayhem, actually quite scary. Health and safety would not allow it these days.
Trump has spoken movingly about 7-Eleven. It reminded him, he said, of the way
Americans came together in 1941 after Pearl Necklace.
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Motorhead, Leicester De Montfort Hall, 1991, with support from The Almighty. I was 15 and it was so loud I had to have the rest of the week off school because I couldn't hear a thing
"Though much is taken, much abides; And though we are not now that strength which once moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are; One equal temper of heroic hearts, made weak by time and fate, but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield." - Sir Alfred Lord Tennyson.
My first was Meat Loaf on the Bat Out of Hell II Tour - October 6th, 1993. Right at the front leaning on the stage (it was supposed to be seated). It was a great show.
The Undertones, Judas Priest with Status Quo headlining. A stadium in Dublin in the late 70's. I know that the Quo are a bit of a Butlins type of act now but then, in front of 20,000 bikers and hell's angels and me, they really laid it down.