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A Concert Review
Next Up: No Doubt
Or: From the Beginning

May 26, 1996

The New World
Music Theatre

Tinley Park, IL

A Review by Big Cooter
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The Dude on the Right
Stabbing Westward Photo 6Stabbing Westward was more of an industrial rock kinda band but was lacking a bit of the slashing guitar work.  I was not overly impressed with them guys, although the rest of the crowd seemed to enjoy them. And as a matter of fact, I definitely saw two of the three things from that sign being violated right off the bat. Gotta love the youth of today! Too bad many of them made me wonder what this world is gonna come too Stabbing Westward Photo 8when these young, arrogant, snot-nosed, pierced mouthed, zit faced, my parents really ought to be able to whoop my ass, teenagers of today grow up. Oh, sorry I digress. I guess I shouldn't be too harsh, I used to be like that, but then again, not that extreme cuz my dad wouldda whooped my ass, guess that is the difference, eh? Anyhoo, I did it again, digressed that is. Getting back to things, Stabbing Westward played for their allotted thirty minutes and off they went. It seemed like an appropriate starting band, and thankfully they started on the Buzz stage cuz that gave the gates another half an hour to get people in - oh, did I mention the stage sorta faced the crowd trying to get into the show as well. So, I guess Stabbing Westward gets a Shrug from me. Can't complain too much.


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