'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Mystery » Tue Apr 07, 2009 6:48 pm

in no particular order

MCM
2004 (Se7en)
2006 (??? don't remember the name but it was definitely a crowd pleaser)

RCC
2005 (Manifest Destiny) - Loved the pit here
2006 (??... something about chance?) - I didn't understand the theme at all, but nevertheless the line delivered

RX
2006 (Moonlight Sonata) - DEFINITELY underrated. Great show...
2008 (Gone)

Vallejo High School
2003 (BOND) <-- Won NCBA champs that year - Old school. One word: Respect.

Fairfield High School
2005 (Hypnotic) <-- Won NCBA champs that year
2007 (Kaleidascope) - Four words: Snares. Snares. Snares. Respect.
2008 (Inferno) <-- Won NCBA champs that year

Hogan High School
2006 (Slipstream) <-- Won NCBA champs that year - Very nice. It's unfortunate what Hogan had to go through after this excellent year.

Jesse Bethel High School
2009 (Maturity) <-- They've always impressed me. Arguably the cleanest line out there this season.

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by DirtyBeatsSuk » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:19 pm

For me, these shows were life altering in this particular order! haha

1. 1997 Prospect HS : Tribute to Frank Zappa
2. 1997 Northglenn HS: Waterworld
3. 1997 James Logan HS: Marimba Spiritual
4. 1997 Thousand Oaks HS: Dracula

Dont know what years for the following...

RCC: Apple, Sound of Silence, that Africa Show & Sacred Geometry
Bethel HS: Matrix
Wilcox HS: Star Wars
Fairfield: Hypnotic
Hogan: Tourist Season, Mission Extreme, the 97 and 98 Metallica Shows & Slipstream
Solano MS: Fiddler on the Roof (the bouncing tamborine guy)
Vallejo MS: the Geek Squad show & that 98 Evolution show
Franklin MS: 1998 Annihilation
Vallejo HS: James Bond & Earth, Wind and Fire???
Blue Knights: "in the Lot"
San Marcos HS: 2002 Tomb Raider
Clovis West HS: 2004 that Coffee House show
Clayton Valley HS: 1997 that Cafe show
Johansen HS: 1998 forgot the name of the show

Thats all I can think of for now... :)

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Steven » Thu Apr 09, 2009 2:41 pm

I almost forgot Father Ryan 05'!

I almost died laughing when the Burger King Mascot scored the winning touchdown.
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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by bigmikedrivesbmw » Thu Apr 09, 2009 2:47 pm

Steven wrote:I almost forgot Father Ryan 05'!

I almost died laughing when the Burger King Mascot scored the winning touchdown.
05 was a basketball show, 06 was the football show.

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Steven » Thu Apr 09, 2009 4:17 pm

bigmikedrivesbmw wrote:
Steven wrote:I almost forgot Father Ryan 05'!

I almost died laughing when the Burger King Mascot scored the winning touchdown.
05 was a basketball show, 06 was the football show.
Ooops! your hella right

I meant the football show 06'!!!! Another great moment is when one of the football players pulls out a defibrillator to shock another student back to life, what football player carries a defibrillator?!!?!?
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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Che! » Thu Apr 09, 2009 6:35 pm

Steven wrote:
bigmikedrivesbmw wrote:
Steven wrote:I almost forgot Father Ryan 05'!

I almost died laughing when the Burger King Mascot scored the winning touchdown.
05 was a basketball show, 06 was the football show.
Ooops! your hella right

I meant the football show 06'!!!! Another great moment is when one of the football players pulls out a defibrillator to shock another student back to life, what football player carries a defibrillator?!!?!?
I was in the crowd that night. It was by far the best thing that happened that night next to the Aimachi spinning quad solo.

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by BanginBeats » Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:02 pm

Hands down my favorite high school performance of all time....
Fairfield High School 2005: "Hypnotic"

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Mystery » Fri Apr 10, 2009 8:45 am

Steven wrote:I almost forgot Father Ryan 05'!

I almost died laughing when the Burger King Mascot scored the winning touchdown.
I CONCUR! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by FutureLegend » Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:54 pm

typicalkid wrote:
VisTech902 wrote:In no order:

Jesse Bethel HS-
2001- The Matrix
2004- The Italian Job
2006- iPod:Now Playing (correction for typicalkid)
2009- Maturity

..just to name a few. LOL
oh Thank you.. all I saw was iPod
whew, what a list!!

2009- Vallejo ????? was an awesome show too

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by tao707 » Sat Apr 18, 2009 4:52 pm

DirtyBeatsSuk wrote: Solano MS: Fiddler on the Roof (the bouncing tamborine guy)
when did solano do that show, i forget.

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Che! » Sat Apr 18, 2009 10:23 pm

tao707 wrote:
DirtyBeatsSuk wrote: Solano MS: Fiddler on the Roof (the bouncing tamborine guy)
when did solano do that show, i forget.
I remember seeing Dover MS doing a fiddler on the roof show one year. Im not sure bout Solano though

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by DirtyBeatsSuk » Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:19 am

Che! wrote:
tao707 wrote:
DirtyBeatsSuk wrote: Solano MS: Fiddler on the Roof (the bouncing tamborine guy)
when did solano do that show, i forget.
I remember seeing Dover MS doing a fiddler on the roof show one year. Im not sure bout Solano though
If my memory serves me correctly, I would say they played it in 94 or 95. The bouncing tamborine guy was the former instructor from Bethel, Mike F. It was great because he was doing flips and cartwheels all with a tamborine in one hand. haha

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by jaybird3 » Sun Oct 04, 2009 1:34 pm

beatboy wrote:I also enjoyed fairfield's 06 show entitled "City Nights :tup: "

im pretty sure the show title was "City Beats."

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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by xXDSFLXx » Thu Oct 08, 2009 11:09 am

Blue Knights 2000: The Elements

MCM 1999: From Dawn Till Dusk... The Serengeti (probably the loudest show I have ever heard in person)

Center Grove HS 2009: Say

Rhythm X 2009: Touch

Dartmouth HS 2009: The Garden

Mission Viejo 2001: XII

Spirit/Patriots/ Kiwanis Kavaliers 2001: Spy vs Spy

King Phillip HS 2000: Of Kings and Warriors
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Re: 'Favorite Winter Show(s)'

Post by Dewey » Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:06 pm

*Cough cough* Armijo 2009

:D

I think that we did really good.
I thought you packed the mallets!

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