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Top 5 gigs at Roskilde EVER


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Written on: 05.06.2011 20:39
Kuken Andersson
Posts: 109
Judas Priest 2008
bob hund 2008
Lykke Li 2008
Mew 2009
Die Antwoord 2010
Written on: 05.06.2011 22:09
Christian Pawlowski
Posts: 30
White Stripes - 2002
Metallica - 2003
Baby Woodrose - 2004
Solomon Burke - 2008
Nephew - 2010
Written on: 06.06.2011 19:03
Cliché Guevara
Posts: 174
#1: John Grant, Gloria, 2011

#2: Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, Orange, 2010

#2: Pendulum, Arena, 2010

#3: The Strokes, Orange, 2011

#4: Nephew, Orange, 2010

#5: Biffy Clyro, Arena, 2010

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 03.06.2012 at 18:27.]
Written on: 07.06.2011 13:11
Gitte Bjerring-Jensen
Posts: 75
1) D.A.D 2005
2) Down 2009
3) Metallica 2003
4) Dizzy 2010
5) Magtens Korridorer 2006

My favorite icon_smile.gif icon_redface.gif
Written on: 08.06.2011 14:09
anno
Posts: 273
top 5 of gigs that are special to me, not necessarily the best & probably forgetting a lot.

1. Patton & Rahzel '05
2. Gogol Bordello '03
3. Kraftwerk '98
4. Roger Waters '06
5. Superheroes '99

Written on: 08.06.2011 16:43
cas
Posts: 15
1. The Streets 2008
2. Coldplay 2009
3. VETO 2008
4. Jack Johnson 2010
5. Muse 2010



Written on: 16.06.2011 22:11
Mongozilla
Posts: 5
- Sepultura 96 - Just because they made the speakers go nuts.
- Machine HEad 00 - Awesome!
- Sabbath 98 - Being the greatest band ever forgives most fuck-ups.
- Slayer 96 (or was it 98? Cba to check) - I wish the management would put Slayer at the green stage for a tighter environment.
- Bob Hund 08 - One of Thomas best performances.

Hell, I can think of alot more. Wish I had all gigs Ive seen on ze computer.
Written on: 19.06.2011 21:26
zoon_67
Posts: 39
1 Einstürzende Neubauten 89
2 Nick cave 90
3 Björk 03
4 tool 06
5 roger waters 06
Written on: 19.06.2011 21:57
Kaneda
Posts: 383
zoon_67 wrote:

1 Einstürzende Neubauten 89
2 Nick cave 90
3 Björk 03
4 tool 06
5 roger waters 06


Man, what'd I'd give to have been at that Nick Cave concert.

And zoon, you're hereby recruited to tell me if you know who played in 89 at:
Green, Friday @ 18:00
Orange, Friday @ 19:00
Blue, Sunday @ 15:30

Just in case you remember or have something to remember by. icon_wink.gif
Written on: 20.06.2011 15:35
R. Duke
Posts: 37
5) Neil Young, 2008
4) Interpol, 2005
3) Sigur Ros, 2006
2) Tool, 2006
1) Radiohead, 2008

Tool and Radiohead being in my top-10 concert experiences of all time.

Close calls:
-Tv on the Radio, 2004
-Sonic Youth, 2005
-Sunn0))), 2005
-Fantômas, 2005
-Roger Waters, 2006
-Immortal Technique, 2006

After the 2011 edition, I expect Portishead, Mastodon and Chris Cunningham in my top-5.
Written on: 20.06.2011 16:48
Stylishkidintheriot
Posts: 16
1. Björk, 2007, Orange

The storm going on around us only made the experience more intense.

2. The Ting Tings, 2008, Odeon

The time was 12:30 but what better day to start the day? + I was in love with Katie White at the time.

3. The Streets, 2008, Orange

Well, if you weren't there yourself you've no doubt heard about it. I've got nothing to add.

4. Robyn + The Prodigy, 2010, Arena + Orange

Even though these performances were so radically different from one another, and didn't take part neither at the same time or stage, in my mind they are one. Such a magical evening! Might've got something to do with that excellent fair trade wine too, I can't really distinguish the transition...

5. Peter Doherty, 2009, Arena

Haha, more lost and more fantastic then ever.
Written on: 21.06.2011 11:50
zoon_67
Posts: 39
Kaneda wrote:

zoon_67 wrote:

1 Einstürzende Neubauten 89
2 Nick cave 90
3 Björk 03
4 tool 06
5 roger waters 06


Man, what'd I'd give to have been at that Nick Cave concert.

And zoon, you're hereby recruited to tell me if you know who played in 89 at:
Green, Friday @ 18:00
Orange, Friday @ 19:00
Blue, Sunday @ 15:30

Just in case you remember or have something to remember by. icon_wink.gif


No, dont know about the tba's or replacement of E brickell. Arrived when pixies were playing, then off to pitch the tents, and left early sunday morning. I did actually dig up the program from 89, and it was Jason and Scorchers on the 19:00/Orange slot, dont know if they where a cancelled show or the replacement. E.N. was replacing Nick Cave, thats in the program. Still remember the crying goth girls when the notice was given in the ticket line...

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 21.06.2011 at 11:52.]
Written on: 21.06.2011 13:13
Kaneda
Posts: 383
zoon_67 wrote:

No, dont know about the tba's or replacement of E brickell. Arrived when pixies were playing, then off to pitch the tents, and left early sunday morning. I did actually dig up the program from 89, and it was Jason and Scorchers on the 19:00/Orange slot, dont know if they where a cancelled show or the replacement. E.N. was replacing Nick Cave, thats in the program. Still remember the crying goth girls when the notice was given in the ticket line...


Well, that brings me closer at least, thanks. icon_smile.gif Roskilde actually do have Jason and the Scorchers, The Mustangs, and Gun placed on Wednesday in their history - I guess either to keep them out of the schedule, because they cancelled, or it's a mistake. More likely the latter, since none of them are on the poster that year, so they're more likely to be replacements. I guess one of the originally scheduled acts could have been The Replacements. I've heard the rumour of them being booked three times and cancelling every single one of them. But only ever confirmed two years (including 1989) that they were booked. Didn't know Edie Brickell cancelled that year either. icon_razz.gif

Lots to figure out still. icon_wink.gif But thanks for your help - really appreciate it. icon_smile.gif
Written on: 21.06.2011 23:12
zoon_67
Posts: 39
Kaneda wrote:

zoon_67 wrote:

No, dont know about the tba's or replacement of E brickell. Arrived when pixies were playing, then off to pitch the tents, and left early sunday morning. I did actually dig up the program from 89, and it was Jason and Scorchers on the 19:00/Orange slot, dont know if they where a cancelled show or the replacement. E.N. was replacing Nick Cave, thats in the program. Still remember the crying goth girls when the notice was given in the ticket line...


Well, that brings me closer at least, thanks. icon_smile.gif Roskilde actually do have Jason and the Scorchers, The Mustangs, and Gun placed on Wednesday in their history - I guess either to keep them out of the schedule, because they cancelled, or it's a mistake. More likely the latter, since none of them are on the poster that year, so they're more likely to be replacements. I guess one of the originally scheduled acts could have been The Replacements. I've heard the rumour of them being booked three times and cancelling every single one of them. But only ever confirmed two years (including 1989) that they were booked. Didn't know Edie Brickell cancelled that year either. icon_razz.gif


Well, Edie B. think that was for sure a glitch in my memory. But this might help you:

"... Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians immediately followed the Mustangs." So think you got Mustange sun/blue/15.30

http://www.orpheusreborn.com/trak12/t111.html

And after all jason and S. was not on the plakte but in the handout programme so i guess the played fri/ora/19'

Lots to figure out still. icon_wink.gif But thanks for your help - really appreciate it. icon_smile.gif
Written on: 21.06.2011 23:34
Kaneda
Posts: 383
zoon_67 wrote:

Well, Edie B. think that was for sure a glitch in my memory. But this might help you:

"... Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians immediately followed the Mustangs." So think you got Mustange sun/blue/15.30

http://www.orpheusreborn.com/trak12/t111.html

And after all jason and S. was not on the plakte but in the handout programme so i guess the played fri/ora/19'


Ah, closer. icon_smile.gif Thanks again! (I'll make a thread for this eventually, to ask for the bits I'm missing here and there - faster than the year on/off I've spent on making a more useful history - and fixing the plethora of mistakes in the official history) icon_wink.gif
Written on: 24.06.2011 16:49
Skeloboy
Posts: 22
First time at Roskilde was 2003, but my top5 gigs at Roskilde (in no particular order):

Neil Young, 2008
Roger Waters, 2006
Health, 2010
Gogol Bordello, 2009
The last one is probably Soilwork 2004...

And top5 overall:
Type O Negative, Midtfyns Festival 1997
Leonard Cohen, Engen Odense, 2010
Roger Waters, Roskilde Festival, 2006
Neil Young, Roskilde Festival, 2008
Darkest Hour, Fredericia Hardcore Festival, 2001
Written on: 28.07.2011 11:03
ingalill
Posts: 50
My top roskilde concerts so far

Cornelis vreeswijk 87
16 Horsepower 97
Tool 01
Metallica 03
Volbeat 06

Other concerts/shows i still remember: Kraftwerk 98,Band of horses,Jim rose circus side show,cirkus cirkör,thåström,patton/rahzel,22 pistipirrko,Le tambour de bronx,wild beasts,Whale (crowdsurfing at it`s best) the cure,
..hopefully more to come
Written on: 29.07.2011 00:33
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
I Like Turtles wrote:


4. Alice In Chains, Orange stage 2010
- William Duvall. I don't think I need to say anything else



Can you say Layne Staley?
Written on: 29.07.2011 00:37
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
HeckTo wrote:

1. Prince 2010 (soooooo goooooooooood!)
2. Page/ Plant 1995 (classic led zep songs, that's it!)
3. The Strokes 2006 (most of the songs was from their debut album...!)

there's too many, and it's hard to remember!


They played only like 2 Led Zep songs. What the F had you been smoking? icon_wink.gif
Written on: 12.09.2011 10:19
cup of coffee
Posts: 101
Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

HeckTo wrote:

1. Prince 2010 (soooooo goooooooooood!)
2. Page/ Plant 1995 (classic led zep songs, that's it!)
3. The Strokes 2006 (most of the songs was from their debut album...!)

there's too many, and it's hard to remember!


They played only like 2 Led Zep songs. What the F had you been smoking? icon_wink.gif



Yeah, I admit I smoked a lot back then! but I found this http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/jimmy-page-and-robert-plant/1995/roskilde-festival-roskilde-denmark-5bd78784.html

The Wanton Song
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Bring It on Home
(Sonny Boy Williamson cover)
Whole Lotta Love
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Thank You
(Led Zeppelin cover)
No Quarter
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Gallows Pole
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Hurdy-Gurdy Solo
Yallah
Since I've Been Loving You
(Led Zeppelin cover)
The Song Remains the Same
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Calling to You
(Robert Plant cover)
for What It's Worth
The Lemon Song
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Dazed and Confused
(Led Zeppelin cover)
In the Evening
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Encore:
Black Dog
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Kashmir
(Led Zeppelin cover)

I think there's a lot more than two Led Zep songs! What the F had you been smoking...? hahaha...!

Actually I remember the first song was Custard Pie, not Wanton Song... for sure.
Written on: 26.11.2011 16:59
AC/DC
Posts: 1056
I have many top gigs i have been to at Roskilde and they are

1. Metallica 2003
2. Iron Maiden 2011
3. The Who 2007
4. Roger Waters 2006
5. Blur 1999
6. Black Sabbath 2005
7. Judas Priest 2008
8. Neil Young 2001
9. Metallica 1999
10. REM 1999
11. Red Hot Chili Peppers 2002
12. Iron Maiden 2000
13. Iron Maiden 2003
14. Velvet Revolver 2005
15. Brian Wilson 2005
16. Faith No More 2009
17. Gogol Bordell 2009
18. The Streets 2006
19. The Streets 2008
20. Blur 2003
21. Neil Young 2008
22. Korn 2004

And many many many more


[This article was edited 2 times, at last 26.11.2011 at 17:01.]
Written on: 27.11.2011 09:39
Saturnus
Posts: 3048
HeckTo wrote:


Yeah, I admit I smoked a lot back then! but I found this http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/jimmy-page-and-robert-plant/1995/roskilde-festival-roskilde-denmark-5bd78784.html


I think there's a lot more than two Led Zep songs! What the F had you been smoking...? hahaha...!

Actually I remember the first song was Custard Pie, not Wanton Song... for sure.



Don't trust all you read on the internet. That's not the correct set list for Page/Plant at Roskilde '95.
Written on: 01.12.2011 10:52
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
HeckTo wrote:

Robbie Fowler is God wrote:

HeckTo wrote:

1. Prince 2010 (soooooo goooooooooood!)
2. Page/ Plant 1995 (classic led zep songs, that's it!)
3. The Strokes 2006 (most of the songs was from their debut album...!)

there's too many, and it's hard to remember!


They played only like 2 Led Zep songs. What the F had you been smoking? icon_wink.gif



Yeah, I admit I smoked a lot back then! but I found this http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/jimmy-page-and-robert-plant/1995/roskilde-festival-roskilde-denmark-5bd78784.html

The Wanton Song
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Bring It on Home
(Sonny Boy Williamson cover)
Whole Lotta Love
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Thank You
(Led Zeppelin cover)
No Quarter
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Gallows Pole
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Hurdy-Gurdy Solo
Yallah
Since I've Been Loving You
(Led Zeppelin cover)
The Song Remains the Same
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Calling to You
(Robert Plant cover)
for What It's Worth
The Lemon Song
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Dazed and Confused
(Led Zeppelin cover)
In the Evening
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Encore:
Black Dog
(Led Zeppelin cover)
Kashmir
(Led Zeppelin cover)

I think there's a lot more than two Led Zep songs! What the F had you been smoking...? hahaha...!

Actually I remember the first song was Custard Pie, not Wanton Song... for sure.



That setlist can not be right mate.
Written on: 01.12.2011 10:55
The Rehabilitation of Luis Suarez
Posts: 2506
Top 5?

Well, hard but shows that are up there:

- Oasis. 94 or 95
- Black Crowes 95
- Manu Chao
- Neil Young 94
- Black Sabbath 98
- Keziah Jones 94
- The Strokes 2011
- Chemical Brother (their first at Orange)


there a more, but those are the ones that comes to mind right now
Written on: 17.12.2011 03:31
Iateyourdinner
Posts: 1
1. Roger Waters Perfroming Dark Side Of The Moon at the Orange stage 2006
2. Mew at the Arena in 2005.
3. Tool at the Orange stage 2005.
4. [Still to be filled.]
5. [Same as above.]


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