I saw Metallica on the 'Binge and Purge' tour. It was an new outdoor venue and we had just come through a couple of days of serious rain. By the time they started the third song, pieces of sod were flying through the air. A lot of it. It was surreal because it just looked like the sky was puking dirt and grass. James had to stop the show and advise people to not do that. That only made it worse. Lol. I still have the shirt and it still has the mud stain on it from when I got hit by a 2' x 2' piece of sod. Even after being washed a lot. I saw FFDP at Rock on the Range a couple of years ago. I have never seen a crowd so "together" with a band on stage. The whole place was just jumping up and down with the music. That's as impressed as I've ever been by a live performance. The crowd was just as impressive as the band. It was an awesome show. I saw this show in Columbus Ohio. We were 'stage left', on the wings. George played the entire show from BEHIND his stacks because he and Don were apparently not having a good day for one another. It's pretty well documented that they came to hate one another. Fistfights backstage weren't uncommon between the two. I don't think they stayed together much after that tour.