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ChickenFucker
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« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2008, 02:18:21 pm »

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watchwolf said: NEither, both had incredibly shitty lineups

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In your opinion, yes. In mine, I'm correct
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Just figured I would give back one of your type of responses.
In all seriousness though here's the 99' lineup which I think was pretty damn good, and I was there to witness it.

1999
Black Sabbath
Rob Zombie
Deftones
Slayer
Primus
Godsmack
System of a Down
Fear Factory
Static-X
Slipknot
(hed)p.e.
Flashpoint
Pushmonkey
Drain sth
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« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2008, 04:00:19 pm »

Ozzfest because it had Rob Zombie and Ozzy also static-x and System of a down aren't bad
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« Reply #17 on: February 25, 2008, 04:27:44 pm »

Damn...Ozzfest 99's list did kind of suck (with the exception of a few bands). I would say Ozzfest though because Woodstock was way more overpriced and had a lot of shittier bands.
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« Reply #18 on: February 26, 2008, 09:22:05 am »

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At the time, it was far from a shitty lineup, believe me.
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« Reply #19 on: February 26, 2008, 12:13:41 pm »

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watchwolf said:
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ChickenFucker said:
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watchwolf said: NEither, both had incredibly shitty lineups
wrong.

In your opinion, yes. In mine, I'm correct
\
Just figured I would give back one of your type of responses.
In all seriousness though here's the 99' lineup which I think was pretty damn good, and I was there to witness it.

1999
Black Sabbath
Rob Zombie
Deftones
Slayer
Primus
Godsmack
System of a Down
Fear Factory
Static-X
Slipknot
(hed)p.e.
Flashpoint
Pushmonkey
Drain sth
Apartment 26
Puya

YEah, only one tolerable band there, that being Fear Factory.
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« Reply #20 on: February 26, 2008, 01:34:21 pm »

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watchwolf said: NEither, both had incredibly shitty lineups

wrong.


In your opinion, yes. In mine, I'm correct
\
Just figured I would give back one of your type of responses.
In all seriousness though here's the 99' lineup which I think was pretty damn good, and I was there to witness it.

1999
Black Sabbath
Rob Zombie
Deftones
Slayer
Primus
Godsmack
System of a Down
Fear Factory
Static-X
Slipknot
(hed)p.e.
Flashpoint
Pushmonkey
Drain sth
Apartment 26
Puya


YEah, only one tolerable band there, that being Fear Factory.

Obviously all of this could be debated for days, but in additon to FF, I would consider Black Sabbath, Rob Zombie, and Slayer more than tolerable.
In additon to that, despite what all of these bands wound up becoming later in their careers, The Deftones, Static-X , Godsmack, and SOAD all just released their best albums of their careers and were extremely relevant, especially, at this particular show.  
Also, Primus was a cool, different, type of band and I liked Drain sth.
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« Reply #21 on: February 26, 2008, 06:48:13 pm »

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watchwolf said: NEither, both had incredibly shitty lineups
wrong.

In your opinion, yes. In mine, I'm correct
\
Just figured I would give back one of your type of responses.
In all seriousness though here's the 99' lineup which I think was pretty damn good, and I was there to witness it.

1999
Black Sabbath
Rob Zombie
Deftones
Slayer
Primus
Godsmack
System of a Down
Fear Factory
Static-X
Slipknot
(hed)p.e.
Flashpoint
Pushmonkey
Drain sth
Apartment 26
Puya

YEah, only one tolerable band there, that being Fear Factory.
Obviously all of this could be debated for days, but in additon to FF, I would consider Black Sabbath, Rob Zombie, and Slayer more than tolerable.
In additon to that, despite what all of these bands wound up becoming later in their careers, The Deftones, Static-X , Godsmack, and SOAD all just released their best albums of their careers and were extremely relevant, especially, at this particular show.  
Also, Primus was a cool, different, type of band and I liked Drain sth.

Relevancy has nothing to do with what I think of a concert lineup. Black Sabbath w/ Dio is damn good, Ozzy just ruins it nowadays imo. Don't like Slayer or Zombie, and hate the rest of those bands except for FF who I only enjoy some material from.
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« Reply #22 on: February 26, 2008, 06:54:05 pm »

ozzfest 99. the only good bands on woodstock that year was megadeth and metallica.
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