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Postby Larry B. » Wed Aug 16, 2017 12:36 pm

Six7Six7 wrote:Jane's Addiction 8.3

Mike Patton - Vox
Tom Morello - Rhythm Guitar
John 5 - Lead Guitar
Mike Inez - Bass
Josh Freese - Drums
Charlie Clouser - Keys

I'd buy my 8 max tickets to that in a heartbeat.


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Postby Pandemonium » Wed Aug 16, 2017 2:46 pm

Iggy Pop - Vox
Daniel Ash - Guitar
Billy Duffy - Guitar
Mike Watt - Bass
Mike Portnoy - Drums
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Postby Six7Six7 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 4:02 pm

Pandemonium wrote:Iggy Pop - Vox
Daniel Ash - Guitar
Billy Duffy - Guitar
Mike Watt - Bass
Mike Portnoy - Drums


That sounds truly awful in my head.
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Postby Matz » Wed Aug 16, 2017 4:12 pm

Iggy Pop is fuckin cool suggestion
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Re: Opinions on Alive at 25 (Blu-Ray). Available to stream n

Postby Pandemonium » Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:36 pm

Six7Six7 wrote:
Pandemonium wrote:Iggy Pop - Vox
Daniel Ash - Guitar
Billy Duffy - Guitar
Mike Watt - Bass
Mike Portnoy - Drums


That sounds truly awful in my head.


Hey, I was going to suggest Iron Maiden's Steve Harris on bass and Eddie Van Halen on 2nd guitar/keyboards.
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Postby SR » Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:08 am

Rhythm guitar? :hs: I really like the idea of Mike Portnoy on drums. His power, intuition, and ability would bring some bright new color to the mix. Freese is great....I had never been 'disappointed' with him until I recently saw a clip of him with Sting where he couldn't come close to mimicking the Copeland magic. Guitar is hard....hard to insert someone into what I feel was a mixture of naiveté, exuberance, confusion, anger, and grief compounded by heroic amounts of heroin. Similarly the bass, sans the grief....drizzled with some books, Brahms, and Joy Division.
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Postby Bandit72 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 7:44 am

Steve'd be great

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Postby parklife03 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 9:03 am

SR wrote:Rhythm guitar? :hs: I really like the idea of Mike Portnoy on drums. His power, intuition, and ability would bring some bright new color to the mix. Freese is great....I had never been 'disappointed' with him until I recently saw a clip of him with Sting where he couldn't come close to mimicking the Copeland magic. Guitar is hard....hard to insert someone into what I feel was a mixture of naiveté, exuberance, confusion, anger, and grief compounded by heroic amounts of heroin. Similarly the bass, sans the grief....drizzled with some books, Brahms, and Joy Division.

I saw Sting in Buenos Aires a few months ago, with Josh Freese, and I was really disappointed. I also saw Sting with Vinnie Colaiuta on his past tour, and it was a HUGE diference.
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