Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by boognishstern, Jul 22, 2016.
thanks to @Zendriveseven for giving me the heads up on this one
Why oh, why do most you tubes not show up for me???
Have you tried Chrome?
Looks like I might just have to...
I always thought they were horrible, but Wes Borland seemed interesting, and probably more talented than anyone else in the band. I see that he has his own house renovation show now, "Sight Unseen" or something like that.
I was never so scared of a crowd in my young life.
That pretty much scared me away from really big crowd festival-y shows forever
Queens of the Stone Age - live @ Rock In Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 09/24/2015. Full concert, set list:
0:06 Intro - Singin' in the Rain
0:42 A Clockwork Orange Theme
01:45 You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, but I Feel Like a Millionaire
04:22 No One Knows
09:24 My God Is the Sun
13:06 Burn the Witch
17:46 Smooth Sailing
22:42 In My Head
26:46 Regular John
33:48 Sick, Sick, Sick
38:03 The Vampyre of Time and Memory
41:37 If I Had a Tail
46:25 Little Sister
49:33 Fairweather Friends
54:02 Go With the Flow
57:18 A Song for the Dead
Josh Homme / Dean Fertita / Troy Van Leeuwen / Michael Shuman / John Theodore
I'd heard about that TV show too, haven't seen it.
Wes Borland is the man. Great guitarist.
He has a side project called Black Light Burns that is kind of interesting.
This is another great one.
Tenacious D - Seatle Full Concert Complete masterworks
Set List :
0:19:40 The Road
0:36:26 Dude (I Totally Miss You)
0:39:22 Kyle Quit The Band
0:44:58 The Metal
0:48:29 Papagenu ( He's My Sassafrass)
0:54:06 Master Exploder
0:59:14 Beelzeboss (the final showdown)
1:05:13 Double Team
1:19:17 Fuck Her Gently
1:28:01 The Who Medley
Here was the set that followed Limp Bizkit at Woodstock 99. Equally insane set.
Wasn't that the project he left Limp Bizkit for back in the day?