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Old 08-17-2005, 10:06 PM
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Shaking The Cage was better.
Richard, I really love your posts.

but weren't the two tours extremely similar musically? I mean, if I grabbed a random sound file from 1990 of "The Chain" or "Little Lies" or "Don't Stop" or "Go Your Own Way" & another random sound file from 1987 of the same song or songs & played it for everyone here, who would be able to tell the difference (except by a lucky guess)?

The Chain '87 sounds like The Chain '90. Little Lies '87 sounds like Little Lies '90 (although the former might have been slightly cleaner). Don't Stop '87 sounds like Don't Stop '90. Go Your Own Way '87 sounds like Go Your Own Way '90.

The only reason I can really choose the '87 tour over the '90 tour is that Stevie's stately lethargy was brand new in '87 & therefore left a more memorable impression on me. By 1990, I knew exactly what was going to happen on that stage up there at Cal Expo, in terms of what the band would look & sound like.
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Old 08-17-2005, 10:29 PM
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Are you kidding me? The Behind The Mask tour was great.
I agree. At that point they seemed much more cohesive than on the TITN Tour. It wasn't really their fault though.
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Old 08-17-2005, 10:34 PM
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Christine and Billy sounded great but Stevie was harsh that night.
It was also the begining of the wig era.
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So again, I vote for Tango.
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Old 08-17-2005, 10:43 PM
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Round 4 sees that Tango In The Night Tour got the most votes. This round saw a bit more diverse votes though.

TITNT, The votes have spoken. Please leave!

Tango Tour -14
Dance Tour - 7

The Dance -
chiliD
HomerMcvie
macfan 57
ryan8472
SteveMacD
Hippocampus
Dark Angel
Neal
Tango In The Night -
face of glass
GypsySorcerer
dissention
sodascouts
strandinthewind
golden braid
msLinds
77Rumours77
jbrownsjr
skcin
Serrart
StevieNicksEO17
ontheEdgeof17
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Voted Off -
Time Tour
Say You Will Tour
Behind The Mask
Tango In The Night Tour
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