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 on: Today at 05:06:50 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by Michael
I'm cutting out.

Understandable - I am watching something else, while waiting for the show to be over - then I'll update the setlist, if no one else (Jarmo) does it!  Grin

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 on: Today at 04:43:18 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by cineater
I'm cutting out.

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 on: Today at 04:26:49 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by Michael
Reckless Life according to Betas Instagram


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 on: Today at 04:20:22 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by rebelhipi
No streams so the setlist will be incomplete from here on.

So will my Saturday afternoon.   hihi
Right! Grin

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 on: Today at 04:16:13 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by cineater
No streams so the setlist will be incomplete from here on.

So will my Saturday afternoon.   hihi

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 on: Today at 04:13:30 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by rebelhipi
No streams so the setlist will be incomplete from here on.

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 on: Today at 04:09:22 PM 
Started by rebelhipi - Last post by Vezara
Now, with all the talk about the concert, it seems I really had the luck of attending some of the best concerts... Let me rephrase, all the five concerts I have been to were great. peace
I hope that all the concerts are as good... I too am thinking of visiting Vienna, but I am sure they will do another European tour in a year or so... On the other hand my idols aren't getting any younger... neither am I hihi

Once more, thanks for all the guitar comments...I really love music but I know nothing about gain, distortion, etc.
Yesterday I went back and listened to the Paris concert from 92' again. The amount of energy on stage and in the crowd is amazing... the band was younger, but so was the crowd I suppose  hihi
I still admire the energy on stage now days... High but a little bit more sophisticated rofl We have got 60 year old people jumping around, playing 3h+ concerts every other day... I would not blame them if they were to return to old drug habits smoking
And the rants! I like when rock stars go around speaking their mind off. It reminds me of the punk attitude they had in the 80/90ies. But there is a big risk of the rant coming back and biting them in the arse if they say something that is a bit naive...
The Putin rant was of course widely accepted, but with all the media control I am not sure anyone has the right information to wisely comment on the whole dreadful situation peace 


People who aren't 60 have a great time of telling the people who are 60 what they are capable of.   hihi  They have some image in their head of what it's like to be a certain age.  Ignoring what they see people those ages doing and just keep trying to put you back in that rocking chair.  In the meantime, you have your 60 year old's looking at the younger ages wondering what the fuck is wrong with their work ethic.  I'm out here working circles around them while they're telling me I can't do it and they aren't even offering to help!   hihi  I get a big kick out of it, the younger folks are going to hear the same thing when they get there and know they said the same thing coming up.  I did, oh how wrong you can be. 

Live the dream but it ain't going to be what you think when you get into it.

Well said! But its not only the age difference... I think in general when you have a person working much harder or being much more efficient than others, their coworkers, family, friends or whatever, will criticize him/her how he works way to hard, instead of taking on some of the burden...
But then again, those "less" hard working might have other priorities, other than work, which is also fine... as long as they don't moan about YOU being too occupied for your own good hihi   
I am glad we have supermen/superwomen who neglect what they "should be doing" at their age, and are doing what they feel they should be doing despite their age... setting examples, such as our favorite rock band, Valentino Rossi, Roger Federer, etc. some of you guys here... are showing what people can achieve if they still have the drive and the energy to continue doing what they love doing, despite their age!    beer

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 on: Today at 04:01:41 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by cineater
https://www.facebook.com/lilian.hugounenc/videos/609098466970461
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 on: Today at 03:56:21 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by rebelhipi
It's So Easy
Mr. Brownstone
Welcome To The Jungle (no rumble)
Back In Black

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 on: Today at 03:54:51 PM 
Started by cineater - Last post by rebelhipi
https://www.instagram.com/betalebeis/live/18279628951075583/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D

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