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Tour Name: woodstock '99|
City: Rome, New York
Country: Griffiss Air Force Base
Venue: Griffiss Air Force Base
Promoter: greedy bastards
Security: they all quit after 2nd day
Band Performance: 100% |
Sound Quality (Instruments): 80%
Sound Quality (Vocals): 60%
Age/Crowd Type: mixed
Crowd Activity: your guess is as good as mine??
Participation: 100% of those who were feeling it
Price: free! for me at least, haha|
Design Quality: novalue%
Scanned Image: http://
Injuries: 1 death, several rapes, etc...|
Finally, we get to the good part. Well, everyone has heard by now of what when on there if you were not there to see it for yourself or at least watch it. To tell you all the truth I think the promoters got what they deserved. It's sound's corny but it's so true man, you should treat people how you want to be treated. The promoters took our money and we (not me personally) took it right back. I think greed is one of the worst virtues that a human being can have. For that reason they should definitely donate the profits they make of the live cd/video to a group that provides support to women who are raped. And to all you sick fucks out there your judgement day will come. As far as Limp Bizkit and the other bands are concerned I think they should publicly address the issue of sexual assault that goes on at their shows. Let's not deny that the problem exists because if you have seen it once then it has probably happened a thousand times. For every decent person out there who is reading this article, you can do something about this. Write a letter or an e-mail to any band who you think would listen. If they do not respond then write them again, and again till they do. Talk to your friends about it because it needs to stop right now. The next time I am at a concert and I see this shit going on, I do not care how big or tough they are, I will put an end to it. I think a concert should be a time where yeah people can let their aggression and anger out but where do you draw the line. Guys and girls alike it's up to us as fans to take care of each other. There's nothing like being at a Limp Bizkit concert b/c the energy that is created between the crowd and the band is like this big hour and a half long adrenalin rush that everybody get's. And when people cross the line that's where the fun stops!! Thanx for listening to me ramble I hope I inspired you in some way to take some action through your thoughts and feelings. In the words of the infamous Springer, take care of yourself and each other!!! Lata!
Total Cost: too much
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