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Old 15 Sep 2011, 04:13   #26
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my guess there or 300 to 400 shows missing from all of those lists. all the american dates for dead ringer, shows in SD , it goes on and on and on !!
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Hmmm I wonder how many soundboards exist of the shows of the 80s that Adje listed.

Correct me if i am wrong, but some cash could be made of putting some of the 80's shows (especially blind before I stop and 1988 with bad for good) up on like Itunes or a special website for download.

The list just shows even more how staggering it is the amount of shows you have done in your career compared to what has been officially released. All that's been released is a mediocrely produced 1987 live album, Live around the world, Storytellers, and MSO. The shit 3 Bats Live CD doesn't count.

Theres gotta be a soundboard of a 1988 arrangement of Bad For Good in your files somewhere and you can make serious cash just putting that on itunes in its entirety alone around here

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Old 15 Sep 2011, 04:44   #27
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When you list them like that it sure makes it look easy !!
I'm sure it does!
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 07:26   #28
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When you list them like that it sure makes it look easy !!
It's a work in progress

But erm... if you happen to know someone who was on these tours, maybe he can help out with a few dates
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 07:27   #29
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Boy are you missing a bunch of shows.
Help a man out then...
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 09:22   #30
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When you list them like that it sure makes it look easy !!
I'd thought the opposite to be honest, seeing the dates listed and considering the amount of travel involved between shows tells me that Dire Straits had it wrong when they sang "That ain't working, that's the way to do it ..."
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 10:07   #31
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I'd thought the opposite to be honest, seeing the dates listed and considering the amount of travel involved between shows tells me that Dire Straits had it wrong when they sang "That ain't working, that's the way to do it ..."
Too right - this tour dates list looks exactly the same as our bank statements!!!
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 10:42   #32
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Help a man out then...
Yeah, I don't know why he hasn't gone straight over to his archive and sorted that out. You'd almost think he's busy or something.
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 12:30   #33
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You know, sometimes I wonder why fans keep bothering to work on their little pet-projects. But then I realize, they probably have nothing better to do.
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 18:13   #34
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You know, sometimes I wonder why fans keep bothering to work on their little pet-projects. But then I realize, they probably have nothing better to do.
One to talk lol.

Actually we do this type of stuff for the benefit of future fans.

Before I and a few other loafer got on youtube and started posting stuff, nothing was online to view like they are now.

common stuff like History of Meat Loaf Live, Meltdown, and In The Neighborhood were obscure rarities very little fans saw back in the day.

my little pet-project became a little empire till I got my first termination notice and a bunch of my videos were posted by other people lol. But that doesn't matter. What matters is Now pretty much all of those shows are viewable in one way or another online pretty easily. So future fans have it easy which makes it all worth while.

Adje made a list of dates that wouldnt have been readily accessed two weeks ago. Once his list gets complete it would be an invaluable resource.
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 18:41   #35
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Adje made a list of dates that wouldnt have been readily accessed two weeks ago. Once his list gets complete it would be an invaluable resource.
I agree, I think it is a very interesting project to see how it has developed over the years fully knowing this is a work in progress. Adje has done very good research considering how little data may be available to compile from so many years back. I think it is a testament to Meat's work ethic and why he is a legend for his performing. No way the list gets completed that fast or without others contributing to help. Good work Adje.
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 18:45   #36
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Hmmm I wonder how many soundboards exist of the shows of the 80s that Adje listed.

Correct me if i am wrong, but some cash could be made of putting some of the 80's shows (especially blind before I stop and 1988 with bad for good) up on like Itunes or a special website for download.

The list just shows even more how staggering it is the amount of shows you have done in your career compared to what has been officially released. All that's been released is a mediocrely produced 1987 live album, Live around the world, Storytellers, and MSO. The shit 3 Bats Live CD doesn't count.

Theres gotta be a soundboard of a 1988 arrangement of Bad For Good in your files somewhere and you can make serious cash just putting that on itunes in its entirety alone around here
You make some good points, but I wonder if legalities would rear their ugly head. I think that is why Steinman lets his stuff find it's way online, he wrote it and doesn't have to worry about paying anyone. I read where one of the guys from the band Boston "leaked" some stuff online years ago and it actually resulted in improved sales, and nobody knew it was him until he admitted it years after.
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 19:02   #37
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I wonder if legalities would rear their ugly head.
It's possible, especially with the time period Wario is referring to as I recall Meat sacked a band member for being pissed (or something along those lines.) If they have to give any sort of clearance for their work to be released then it could be a hurdle that isn't worth Meat's effort to jump over.
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 22:05   #38
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Bad Attitude Tour 1984-1985

Saturday Nov 10, 1984 - Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland
Monday Nov 12, 1984 - Capitol, Aberdeen, Scotland
Tuesday Nov 13, 1984 - De Montford Hall, Leicester, UK
Friday Nov 16, 1984 - City Hall, Sheffield, UK
Saturday Nov 17, 1984 - Royal Centre, Nottingham, UK
Monday Nov 19, 1984 - St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales
Tuesday Nov 20, 1984 - Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
Wednesday Nov 21, 1984 - Coliseum, St. Austell, Cornwall, UK
Friday Nov 23, 1984 - Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
Saturday Nov 24, 1984 - Gaumont, Southampton, UK
Sunday Nov 25, 1984 - Apollo, Oxford, UK
Tuesday Nov 27, 1984 - City Hall, Newcastle, UK
Wednesday Nov 28, 1984 - Conference Centre, Harrogate, UK
Thursday Nov 29, 1984 - Apollo, Manchester, UK

Monday Dec 3, 1984 – Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
Tuesday Dec 4, 1984 - Hammersmith, London, UK
Wednesday Dec 5, 1984 - Empire, Liverpool, UK
Friday Dec 7, 1984 - Gaumont, Ipswich, UK
Saturday Dec 8, 1984 - Centre, Brighton, UK
Sunday Dec 9, 1984 - Odeon, Birmingham, UK
Wednesday Dec 12, 1984 – Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany
Thursday Dec 13, 1984 – Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany
Friday Dec 14, 1984 - Friedrich-Ebert Halle, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Sunday Dec 16, 1984 – Philipshalle, Dόsseldorf, Germany
Monday Dec 17, 1984 - Deutches Museum, Mόnchen, Germany
Wednesday Dec 19, 1984 – Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland
Thursday Dec 20, 1984 – Capitol, Aberdeen, Scotland
Friday Dec 21, 1984 – Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland

Thursday Jan 17, 1985 - De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Saturday Jan 19, 1985 – City Hall, Newcastle
Sunday Jan 20, 1985 – Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland
Tuesday Jan 22, 1985 – Apollo, Manchester, England
Wednesday Jan 23, 1985 - NEC, Birmingham, England
Thursday Jan 24, 1985 - Conference Centre, Harrogate, England
Saturday Jan 26, 1985 - Windsor Hall, Bournemouth, England
Sunday Jan 27, 1985 – Centre, Brighton, England
Tuesday Jan 29, 1985 - Guild Hall, Preston, England
Wednesday Jan 30, 1985 - City Hall, Sheffield, England
Thursday Jan 31, 1985 – Gaumont, Ipswich, England

Saturday Feb 2, 1985 – Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
Saturday Feb 16, 1985 – Brixton Academy, London, England

Saturday June 22, 1985 – Knebworth Festival, Knebworth, England
Friday June 29, 1985 – Manheim, Germany
Manchester was postponed on November 29th and rescheduled for Jan 16th
The 22nd Jan went ahead as planned and then another date was added on Feb 5th due to ticket demand.
A total of 3 shows in Manchester
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 22:08   #39
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Manchester was postponed on November 29th and rescheduled for Jan 16th
The 22nd Jan went ahead as planned and then another date was added on Feb 5th due to ticket demand.
A total of 3 shows in Manchester
Thanks a lot for the info!

Will adjust the list with these changes!
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1989-1991 Tour

Friday Feb 17, 1989 – Katina’s Nightclub, Hadley, Ma
Tuesday Mar 21, 1989 – Bayou, Georgetown, Washington D.C.
Monday Mar 27, 1989 – Sayreville, NJ
Sunday May 7, 1989 – Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ
Saturday May 13, 1989 – De Bonte Wever, Slagharen, The Netherlands
Monday May 15, 1989 -Veilinghal, Alkmaar, The Netherlands
Monday Sep 4, 1989 – The Forge, Victoria, Canada
Sunday Oct 1, 1989 – St Petersburg, Florida
Tuesday Sep 18, 1990 – Dillingen, Germany
Friday Oct 12, 1990 – University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
Thursday Mar 21, 1991 – Toad’s Place, New Haven, Connecticut
Wednesday Aug 28, 1991 – Koln, Germany
Saturday Aug 31, 1991 - Bad Gandersheim, Germany
Sunday Sep 8, 1991 – Aschaffenburg, Germany
There were two other dates in Florida at around the same time as the St Pete show.
One was at Finkys in Daytona Beach FL
One was at a fair grounds in Cocoa Beach FL
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 22:19   #41
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There were two other dates in Florida at around the same time as the St Pete show.
One was at Finkys in Daytona Beach FL
One was at a fair grounds in Cocoa Beach FL
also one in Tallahassee where he performed hot patootie
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Old 15 Sep 2011, 22:20   #42
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Everything Louder Tour 1993-1994

Friday Sep 17, 1993 – Hudson Theater, NY
Saturday Sep 18, 1993 – Hudson Theater, NY
Sunday Sep 19, 1993 – Hudson Theater, NY
Monday Sep 20, 1993 – Hudson Theater, NY
Sunday Nov 11, 1993 – Orlando, Fl
Monday Nov 26, 1993 – Toronto, Canada
Saturday Dec 4, 1993 – Cardiff, Wales
Thursday Dec 9, 1993 – Sheffield, England
Friday Dec 10, 1993 – Manchester, England
Monday Dec 13, 1993 – Wembley Arena, London, England
Wednesday Dec 15, 1993 – Brighton, England
Thursday Dec 16, 1993 – Bournemouth, England
Wednesday Feb 9, 1994 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
Monday Feb 21, 1994 – Washington DC
Tuesday Apr 5, 1994 – Ahoy Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Friday Apr 8, 1994 – Stockholm, Sweden
Sunday Apr 10, 1994 – Oslo, Norway
Sunday Apr 17, 1994 – Koln, Germany
Monday Apr 18, 1994 – Frankfurt, Germany
Wednesday Apr 20, 1994 – Nurnberg, Germany
Thursday Apr 28, 1994 – Essen, Germany
Wednesday May 18, 1994 – Hershey, PA
Friday May 20, 1994 – Hershey, PA
Sunday May 22, 1994 – Columbia, SC
Monday May 23, 1994 - Richmond, VA
Wednesday May 25, 1994 – Philadelphia, PA
Thursday May 26, 1994 - Philadelphia, PA
Saturday May 28, 1994 - Philadelphia, PA
Sunday May 29, 1994 – Pittsburgh, PA
Wednesday Jun 1, 1994 – Uniondale, Long Island, NY
Saturday Jun 4, 1994 – East Rutherford, Bergen County, NJ
Sunday Jun 5, 1994 - East Rutherford, Bergen County, NJ
Wednesday Jun 8, 1994 – Syracuse, NY
Friday Jun 10, 1994 – Saratoga Springs, NY
Saturday Jun 11, 1994 – Scranton, PA
Monday Jun 13, 1994 – Old Orchard Beach, Maine, NE
Tuesday Jun 14, 1994 – Mansfield, MA
Thursday Jun 16, 1994 – Mansfield, MA
Sunday Jun 19, 1994 – Burlington, VT
Monday Jun 20, 1994 – Hartford, CT
Friday Jun 24, 1994 – Cleveland, OH
Saturday Jun 25, 1994 – Cleveland,OH
Monday Jun 27, 1994 – Kalamazoo, MI
Wednesday Jun 29, 1994 – Detroit, MI
Thursday Jun 30, 1994 – Cincinnati, OH
Saturday Jul 2, 1994 – Minneapolis, MN
Tuesday Jul 5, 1994 – Omaha, NE
Friday Jul 8, 1994 – Moline, IL
Saturday Jul 9, 1994 - World Music Theater, Tinley Park, IL
Tuesday Jul 12, 1994 – Columbus, OH
Wednesday Jul 13, 1994 – Indianapolis, IN
Friday Jul 15, 1994 – Kansas City MO
Saturday Jul 16, 1994 – St Louis, MO
Monday Jul 18, 1994 – Milwaukee, WI
Wednesday Jul 20, 1994 – Charleston, WV
Thursday Jul 21, 1994 – Charlotte, NC
Saturday Jul 23, 1994 – Atlanta, GE
Sunday Jul 24, 1994 – Memphis, TN
Friday Jul 29, 1994 – Miami, Fl
Wednesday Aug 3, 1994 – Houston, TX
Thursday Aug 4, 1994 – Dallas, TX
Saturday Aug 6, 1994 – Denver, CO
Sunday Aug 7, 1994 – Salt Lake City, UT
Tuesday Aug 9, 1994 – Phoenix, AZ
Wednesday Aug 10, 1994 – Irvine, CA
Saturday Aug 13, 1994 – Los Angeles, CA
Tuesday Aug 16, 1994 – San Francisco, CA
Wednesday Aug 17, 1994 – Mountain View, CA
Saturday Sep 3, 1994 – Zurich, Switzerland
Saturday Sep 10, 1994 – Mannheim, Germany
Wednesday Sep 14, 1994 – Stuttgart, Germany
Wednesday Sep 21, 1994 – Paris, France
There was a date at a small club in Poughkeepsie NY at the start of this tour, may have been a warm up show
The Chance was the name of the Club

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Old 15 Sep 2011, 23:40   #43
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Thanks a bunch for the extra info mindnick. Now I have to find the right dates that go with them But new leads are always a help. Thanks again
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This is great, I've been wanting a gigography for a long time.
Don't mean to pick holes in the list cos it's a brilliant effort but the 1 date I noticed that was missing was the Reading Festival in August 1988, not sure exactly what date though?
I remember that show and i know Meat does also, rain, rain and more rain, meat said "if any of you BLEEP BLEEP throw any more beer bottles at this stage im gonna leave and not come back" one more bottle came and off Meat went not to return, maybe a 30 minute showing or so...opened with "Summertime Blues"
There was supposed to be a date the night before at The MArquee in London, it got cancelled for some reason.
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Old 16 Sep 2011, 14:28   #45
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you're missing the infamous 7/28/2011 Pittsburgh show from the Hang Cool Tour. He also played the Sternwheel Regatta in Charleston, WV on August 25, 1990. Great list Adje, keep up the good work
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Wednesday Jul 20, 1994 – Charleston, WV
This show was cancelled due to a combination of poor weather and ticket sales.
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Old 16 Sep 2011, 15:42   #47
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Poor ticket sales when Meat was insanely popular. That says something about WV.
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Old 16 Sep 2011, 16:26   #48
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I live in WV (close to where Randy Flowers is from) and on an odd note, when he played the Regatta here in 1990, the crowd estimates were 75,000.
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Old 16 Sep 2011, 22:35   #49
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Thanks for the extra info! Hope this keeps up
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Old 18 Sep 2011, 22:30   #50
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Only 3 times in Norway over the years....

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