1. Meanwhile, in Germany, Kick-Ass Concerts On TV Have Been Goin' On For Decades (VIDEO).

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    Excuse us as we're just gettin' hip to the long-running television series Rockpalast Discount Oakley Sunglasses , which began in 1974 and broadcasts on station WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk). The cultural institution showcases concerts throughout various venues and musical events in Germany. And when we say concerts we mean full-on concerts, some of which we've compiled here for your viewing pleasure. Our line-up includes: Rick James , Funkadelic Cheap Oakley Sunglasses , Cheap Oakleys The Police , Bob Marley Knockoff Oakleys , Beastie Boys Fake Oakley Sunglasses , Replica Oakley Sunglasses Soundgarden , Thin Fucking Lizzy Fake Oakleys , Rage Against The Machine Cheap Ray Bans and many more.

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    Rick James & The Stone City Band (1982).

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    Funkadelic (1985).

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    Red Hot Chili Peppers (1985).

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    Elvis Costello & The Attractions (1978).

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    The Police (1980).

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    Bob Marley & The Wailers ft. The I-Threes (1980).

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    Thin Lizzy (1981).

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    Beastie Boys (1998).

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    Smashing Pumpkins (1996).

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    Sonic Youth (1996).

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    Soundgarden (1990).

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