Show Review: 743

I was there primarily to see Social D. and, for the sole sake of curiosity, Green Day (who did not play in the end due to Billy Joe being rushed to the hospital). The show was pure energy, hope many youngsters approaching to punk-rock got the chance to appreciate what pure punk-rock, in its wildest and sublime status, really is. Not that I dislike Green Day, Angels and Airwaves or other good old or new punk-rock bands; but Social D. are smthg different, and I think that was clear onstage. They are history and present, they are a punk-rock sculpture still able to go down and get dirty! Johnny Cash covers were performed greatly, so sorry they never play more Sex, Love and R’n’R tracks cause there are so many which would be worth hearing live