Entertainment What band did you see that sounded most like their records.

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  1. DogStar69

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    I gotta go with U2, saw them once a long time ago in Madison Square Garden and they did sound like the record.

    I was especially impressed by this musical moment since I"m not a musician, it was very cool to see the transition from one instrument to the other live.

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    Unknown Mortal Orchestra is phenomenal live
     
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    That song, yeah. But some of their effects driven stuff from the 90's sounds little like the record. Say like, that guitar sound from Mysterious Ways - the jackhammer thing that begins in the intro. Wasn't replicated live.
     
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    Yeah they got overproduced in later years. I probably saw them around the Rattle and Hum or Achtun Baby era in the early 90s.
     
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    Saw the Eagles in 2007. Pretty much like the record. I think I remember reading an interview with Henley or Frey and they said they play their live shows pretty much like the records because that is what the fans want.

    I've seen rush 10+ and they are pretty much close to the records as well. I think they have to be when they play such complicated music.
     
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    Rush (they're just pros)

    U2 (back on the Joshua Tree tour)

    Midnight Oil (and they did it with some of the best stage energy I've ever seen)
     
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    AC/DC...."Fly on the Wall" tour...sounded alot like the record....
     
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    Tool it's a experience as much as a concert

    Bob seger still sounds good

    Rolling Stones saw them last summer sounded great

    Chevelle has great energy and soud.

    Deftones great sounding live show
     
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    Bluegrass Bands sound pretty amazing.. a lot of them play very tight, and sound the same as the recordings.
    Doyle Lawson & QuickSilver top my list, followed by Ralph Stanley.

    On the Rock front, I thought Frank Black & the Catholics sounded identical to their album, as did Rush (back in the early 90's)

    You-tubing live stuff, the Pop Band "Muse" sounded pretty close.
     
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    Easy one, Rush. They always sound perfect.
     
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    Ditto on the Eagles. Best band I've ever seen live.

    Tesla is also a great live band
     
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    Scorpions were the first that came to mind. So much so, that I thought it was boring.
     
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    What are these records you speak of?
     
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    U2 for sure. I saw them when Boy and October came out. Very good. Raw, but much like the albums.
    Joshua Tree tour too- but by that time, they has so many click tracks as Edge got technically proficient. Pedals and loops for everything.
     
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    Saw Billy Joel and stevie wonder last year and they sounded pretty damn close to their albums.
     
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    ELO - they even skipped at the same place as on my record. Just kidding!
     
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    Saw Steely Dan and Elvis Costello on the same bill last summer. The Dan holds up
     
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    None of them. One of the many reasons I don't like going to big shows.

    SRV did come really close...
     
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    Rush
    Sigur Ros
    Muse
     
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    Primus was like listening to an album. They played the complete Frizzle Fry album and it was awesome.

    I also saw Trooper once a couple years back in a smaller bar. Probably only 60 people there and they rocked it like it was a stadium.
     
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