Live At The Generator - September 2, 1989

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  1. Mikasida Reply
    Performed on 11 and 30 August; and 2 and 3 September. Three shows on the tour featured slightly shorter set lists: the show on 27 June at Radio City Music Hall in New York was shortened due to the live radio broadcast, while the last two shows of the tour in Houston and Dallas on 2 and 3 September featured Stevie Ray Vaughan and The Fabulous End date: 2 November
  2. Gardajinn Reply
    Generator Sound Art is an experimental arts and culture organization based in New York City, co-owned by the sound artists 'Gen' Ken Montgomery and Scott Konzelmann. It focuses upon the work of dedicated Sound Artists, and is an umbrella organization that either facilitated or continues to facilitate the activities of the Generator gallery / exhibition space, the Generations Unlimited audio.
  3. Menris Reply
    September 3, Legs: 2: No. of shows: 23 in United States 19 in Europe 42 in total: Bad Religion concert chronology; Suffer Tour (–) No Control Tour () The Suffer Tour was a tour by punk rock band Bad Religion in support of their third album, Suffer. This Associated album: Suffer.
  4. Meztidal Reply
    No Control was released through Epitaph Records on November 2, By the time it was released, Bad Religion had become one of the most critically praised hardcore punk bands of the time, in spite of lack of mainstream success. 12, copies of No Control were originally shipped, and later ended up selling 60,, making a grand total of 72, Punk rock, melodic hardcore, hardcore punk.
  5. Zulugal Reply
    Mar 24,  · This is not a complete recording. ABC Prime Time Live at the White House - September - part 2.
  6. Nilkis Reply
    Get the The Who Setlist of the concert at Houston Astrodome, Houston, TX, USA on September 2, from the The Kids Are Alright Tour and other The Who Setlists for free on!
  7. Gardazragore Reply
    Joshua Homme forms Gamma Ray (2). John Garcia and Scott Reeder formed Unida. Nick Oliveri forms the Mondo Generator. Joshua Homme, Nick Oliveri and Alfredo Hernandez form Queens Of The Stone Age. Nov Kyuss confirmed that they reunited and will tour in the spring of under the name 'Kyuss Lives!'.
  8. Faumi Reply
    The "classic" line-up of Hammill, Guy Evans, Hugh Banton and David Jackson, reformed the band again in and released the studio album "Present". Since September Van Der Graaf Generator has worked as a trio, without David Jackson.

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