Warped Tour 2006

Warped Tour 2006: live in San Franciscolive in San Francisco (2006)
Warped Tour

Reviewer Rating: 3.5
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Warped Tour is an interesting beast for those of us who are getting "up there" in the years relative to the average punk rock enthusiast. As time goes by, many things falter: our interest in the newer bands in the scene, the inevitable tide changes of what "the current sound is" and our desire to st.

Warped Tour is an interesting beast for those of us who are getting "up there" in the years relative to the average punk rock enthusiast. As time goes by, many things falter: our interest in the newer bands in the scene, the inevitable tide changes of what "the current sound is" and our desire to stand out in the sun for 8 hours pressed up against hundreds of other smelly kids waiting to see thirty minutes of music from a slew of the large and the little of punk's current offerings. One thing that, hopefully, will never falter is our dedication to, and appreciation of, the music that makes all this happen. But that's for another review.

I headed out to Warped this year with no real mission in mind -- of the bands on the bill, I had no real desire to see anyone but New Jersey's Bouncing Souls. Wandering about with Mr. Kevin Wade of the now-defunct Punkrocks.net, I heard a few bars of Over It's set before fleeing the area. I then spent the majority of the day wandering between the backstage area (yes, how lame, not pUNX!) and visiting various booths.

A few things really struck me about the ways that Warped has changed over the years. First of all, the average show-goer in San Francisco would have looked just as comfortable being at Ozzfest as they would have at Warped. There were a lot of basketball jerseys and bandanas (I guess repping that whole Hatebreed/Madball/meathead hardcore style), a ton of dyed black hair, "Hot Topic goth pants," and so much screaming and double bass coming from the stages that I got worried we had come to the wrong place at some point. Just a different scene. The gigantic amount of sponsors' tents and twirling signs and completely non-music related booths was overwhelming. Half the time I felt like I was at some sort of outdoor "punk rawk!" flea market, but with extremely overpriced, out of place sunglasses and thongs (seriously, who wants a band's name down there?). The curmudgeon and the purist in me wishes a firestorm would come and wipe this all off the pier into the Bay, never to bother anyone again, but the realist in me knows the limitations and requirements of wanting to have a gigantic, traveling festival with thousands of kids attending. If you've been to Warped before, you know what to expect. It's still shocking and jarring though, I'll admit.

To be honest, I mostly watched the main stage acts. No one was amazing and no one severely disappointed. NOFX's set was entertaining, Underoath screamed a whole lot and man were Saves the Day whiny. While I spent a lot of time making jokes about the Casualties' special brand of ridiculousness, including a period of time where my brother only spoke in "Oi"s, there's a certain magic that you can actually see happen at Warped. I'd say that on average, being less than two weeks from having graced this Earth for a quarter of a century, I have at least 8 years over your average Warped-goer. This fact, combined with seeing things from the bands' perspectives, you realize how sometimes us old folk totally miss the forest for the trees. While I think the idea of an anti-corporate, progressive band being on the payroll of a massive corporation is ridiculous, when you see a literal sea of people holding up the peace sign along with Rise Against, singing along with every authority-questioning word of Anti-Flag and sweating to death just to sing along (forever) with the Bouncing Souls, you take pause; that sentiment, the politics (however tainted they may be) and the positivity all has to start somewhere.

I'll never wave the banner of Warped as being the most "punk rock" institution, or even really representative of the counter-culture, but it definitely serves as a gateway drug to thousands of kids who might never be exposed to the progressive politics, positivity and great music than can be found there, amongst the morass of angled haircuts and overly conscious fashionistas. And while no one expects everyone there to suddenly become progressive, to vote every time, to get out there and engage in direct action or even start buying CDs, you know it has to be reaching a lot of them. Let's face it, any kid who hears the opening lines of "True Believers" and isn't changed for the better isn't really cut out for this little sub-culture anyways.


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BrandonSideleau (July 20, 2006)

Warped Tour blows but this is a well written review and you make some good points. I mean, WAY back in 1998 Warped was my first "punk" concert...and although now I know it wasn't anything close to what real punk rock was....it still opened up those gates for me. It's just a shame that a REAL dangerous, confrontational and genre defying form of music doesn't crush everything right now. We need something new bad....everything has become institutionalized and tame. There need to be modern day equivalents of bands like Negative Approach, Flipper, Black Flag, Bad Brains, etc....not in the same style, but with the same explosive and extrememly threatening musical intensity.

Anonymous (July 18, 2006)

yea that would be number 2 dante

Maks (July 17, 2006)

"any kid who hears the opening lines of "True Believers" and isn't changed for the better isn't really cut out for this little sub-culture anyways."

the fact is that i don't think a lot of kids that were there for some fashion/tough/gay/pop-core band would change for the better listening to the souls or hearing some anti-flag's lyrics. maybe a few, but most of them no. that's why i'm sceptic about shows like this. i can see the postivie aspects of things as the warped tour, but the bad part is still the bigger one.

Anonymous (July 17, 2006)

Cute essay. Should have been entitled: "Man, Why Am I Here: A Pedantic 24 Year Old Know-It-All Analyzes the Warped Tour". How clever and unorthodox, but why is this in the review section?

RondoMondo (July 17, 2006)

Score is for the review. Which still remains to be seen.

But good blog though.

Anonymous (July 17, 2006)

Very well written article. I like how the reviewer avoided taking on the jaded douchebag perspective, in favor of taking a realtistic view of the status of "underground music," while still remaining hopeful.

Maybe I'm just biased because the Souls are one of my favorite bands.

GlassPipeMurder (July 17, 2006)

I agree with the sentiment of this author.

Icapped2pac (July 16, 2006)

Loved the review, dude, even though I can see how some might not. I'm almost 27, though, so I think I liked it more because I related to it in that sense. I don't give a shit that you didn't mention a whole bunch of band names or whatever, because I (like most other people on this site, regardless of preferred sub-genres) only care about 10% of the bands on the tour.

InFiction (July 16, 2006)

nobody understand what anyone else is saying, and nothing is articulated.

steveman (July 15, 2006)

Possibly the worst Warped review I've ever read. I understand and believe that Warped Tour is an experience and can't be approached like a normal show, but that doesn't mean you can vaguely mention bands, just to add to your critique of punk and the idea of warped tour.

Setlists aren't a requirement, but I think an actual interesting story, or a band that isn't always talked about would be a good thing to add.

also don't give something such a high rating when you just bash it for the most part and say "it's good for kids to get into the scene"

Anonymous (July 15, 2006)

warped tour is pretty much like a popcorn hollywood movie. if you leave your brain at the door, you'll have a really good time. even if you hate a band on the main stage, you can always find another band somewhere else that will atleast be tolerable to your tastes. plus it's a whole day where a fat kid can sweat away a couple of pounds. werd

Anonymous (July 15, 2006)

I enjoyed this review much more than hearing the same WaRpEd ReViEW jocking the balls of against me! or nofx. against me! was awesome a few years back when their prefered percussion was the garage can. and nofx...who wants to hear about a bunch of 40 year old guys telling the same stupid jokes,playing the same sloppy music?

not me.
kudos on the review. we dont need ANOTHER summary of the same tour...ten times.

-bryan styles

Dante3000 (July 15, 2006)

It's possible, I meant whoever this dude is:

jamespastepunk (July 15, 2006)


Anonymous (July 15, 2006)

worst review ever

jacknife737 (July 15, 2006)

I dislike you WilliamMarinovic.

Anonymous (July 15, 2006)

Nothing wrong with going to Warp. Great way to spend a whole day with friends and meet easy chicks. Go and get laid everybody!

SlowStupidHungry (July 14, 2006)

"And while no one expects everyone there to suddenly become progressive, to vote every time, to get out there and engage in direct action or even start buying CDs, you know it has to be reaching a lot of them."

Kind of contradictory seeing as voting has nothing to do with progression, direct action is rarely committed by "punks," people download music instead of buying it, and Warped does more damage than good since most kids who go already know about the shitty bands they want to see and ignore everything else.

gladimnotemo (July 14, 2006)

You're 25 and ***STILL*** INTO PUNK ROCK!?!? Oh my God, dude! What a "True Believer" you are!!!! No way!!!111!! Didn't anyone tell you about the Band and Springsteen? That's true music, man!!! But punk is still cooooool.

This site brings joy to my life every day.

(On a serious note, feeeding's post sum up my feelings, most of the time. Where can I find some Deviated Instinct, man?)

kingofsuck (July 14, 2006)

...score is for kingofsuck. nice that he lives up to his namesake.

What exactly is my namesake? Last time I checked, I didn't have one.

SlowStupidHungry (July 14, 2006)

Eh... I've never gone to this thing. Personal choice. It seems like everyone I knows who went this year went knowing it would suck and came out complaining... Okay, it's one thing to spend 10 bucks to see 3 lame bands and write a review bashing it. It's another to spend 30 bucks on a day's worth of terrible music supported by the army and a clothing company.

I don't know, it seems pretty obvious why Warped sucks. Why perpetuate the problem so that you can complain about it next year? The solution isn't to organize any sort of huge traveling faux punk carnival DIY- it's to simply not go to Warped Tour. What a lame tradition. So glad I didn't grow up with it.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

dante - i think you are referring to number 2 in anti-flag, not justin sane. just thought i'd point that out.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

did kingofsuck write a review of warped tour? I was just wondering, because he didn't mention it ten times or anything.

...score is for kingofsuck. nice that he lives up to his namesake.

Not-To-rEgret (July 14, 2006)

Good review. However, shouldn't the score be lower? It sounds very negative albeit realistic to me. Haven't gone to a Warped tour since the Suicide Machines played... man they fucking slayed that year. Score's for War Profiteering...

kingofsuck (July 14, 2006)

e) Again, I didn't see the Army there. Can anyone actually confirm their presence?

I didn't see the Army this year. However, I do remember there being a Marines tent in 2004, but I'm pretty sure everyone had the sense to stay away.

"People need to stop writing like the pretentious twats in Rolling Stone and give the people what we want, set lists, and you know, actual discriptions of the bands playing."

I included set lists in my review, but mainly because I knew people would complain if I didn't. Honestly, I think just listing band's setlists is kind of boring. And if you want a description of the bands playing, most of them could be summed up by saying "they were about the same as always." I'm much more interested in hearing about someone's overall experience as opposed to focusing just on the bands, because let's face it, that's only about half of the Warped Tour.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

I spent five days on the tour this year and it really did feel like Ozzfest sans the bro-metal crowd. No one super exciting that I hadn't seen before. I also started to feel really old and I'm only 22.

Dante3000 (July 14, 2006)

Toby, yeah dude but if you do like 30 pull ups you get a marines shirt...SWEET! I'd try if they let me kick one of the guys in the balls.
Besides who needs the army when Kevin is two timing Rockstar (Taste of Chaos anyone?) and has enough Monster shit at warped tour to choke a fucking third world country.

Toby_at_Fat (July 14, 2006)

I saw the Marines yesterday in Sac. I don't remember anything about SF, other than the fact that I was literally bringing the people around me to tears. TEARS. So fuck, the army coulda been there too. It's safe to say they're on the whole tour, although it was my understanding that they were not going to be recruiting on WT this year because bands took issue with it. It was 96 degrees out there yesterday and their big promotion was to get kids to do as many pull-ups as possible. Like, who the FUCK is gonna go for that? No wonder we haven't found Osama...

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

this guy is a moron. all future warped tours should be postponed indefinitely for their callous interpretation of the scene most of us cherish

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

The Bouncing Sould were hot shit at Hell Fest 2K3.

That is all.

Scruffy (July 14, 2006)

"People need to stop writing like the pretentious twats in Rolling Stone and give the people what we want, set lists, and you know, actual discriptions of the bands playing."

See, some of us think that just listing a set list is a lazy review. I could care less which songs a band played, as that has very little to do with what I could expect to see if I go to the same tour. On top of that, the Warped Tour is an institution. This is a great review of the Warped Tour itself, rather than the bands playing. Considering there are already a handful of reviews of this exact same Warped Tour on this site already, and there will be more, AND you didn't pay for the review, what do you have to complain about?

Fuzzy (July 14, 2006)

To Mr. Anonymous (Go ahead and Register!!!)

Just to address a few points:
a) I didn't see the Army there this year. I'm not going to comment on something that I didn't see. My feelings on the armed forces are pretty mixed and a bit too complex for me to discuss on a message board.

b) I'm not into saving bands from their own stupidity. It's like signing to a major label: don't go out on Warped as a small band be surprised when no one watches you. People have trotted that path quite a few times before.

c) Small, awesome tours are happening right now. Summer of Ska was fucking packed in San Francisco, way beyond capacity. Lagwagon and the Larry Arms are doing a sweet tour, and there's plenty of other stuff going on. PIX did their fest, I hear it was fucking amazing. Wish I wasn't completely broke or else I would've gone.

I've been going to a ton of shows this summer, granted I'm in San Francisco, but in the past couple years I've noticed a rise in smaller tour packages as Warped has clamped down on the DIY stages that used to be everywhere.

d) As far as being a gateway drug to accepting punk rock as a prepackaged product, you're absolutely right. So is the marketing that goes on from majors and indies everyday. So were the records that got me into this music. So are most of the bands that record and put out albums. To be bluntly honest, if you can figure out a way to get 4,000 kids to a show to see some bands every other day for two months and do it completely DIY then I'd be fucking stoked and back your tour completely. I'd never talk about Warped again. However, personally, I can't think of a way to do it in the current climate of high gas prices, Clear Channel domination and major label control of some of the scene's (former) amazing bands. And to even drive the point home further, what do you consider DIY? What labels? Because the only labels I know of that are truly DIY are ones like No Idea who do their distro on their own. Mordam/Lumberjack (which includes labels like Asian Man Records, Red Scare and hundreds of others) goes through Warner, Victory through Red/Sony, Fat through Red/Sony, Nitro through Universal and I think Epitaph is Warner, but I'm not 100% on that last one. You get me a lineup of bands that can draw thousands of people each day that are "clean" and I'll do the whole tour with you. I just don't know if it can actually be done, regardless of how awesome it would be.

e) Again, I didn't see the Army there. Can anyone actually confirm their presence?

jacknife737 (July 14, 2006)

This was a HORRIBLE review.

Now i'm sorry if i just hurt someone's feelings, but....

People need to stop writing like the pretentious twats in Rolling Stone and give the people what we want, set lists, and you know, actual discriptions of the bands playing.

On this site, nobody gives a fuck what your opinions are on the current state of the scene. IF YOU WANT TO VENT YOUR OPINIONS< GET A FUCKING BLOG.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

i will be seeing the lawernece arms and lagwagon instead

Toby_at_Fat (July 14, 2006)

I actually went to Sacramento yesterday and saw the WT for a second time...but sober! That Valient Thorr band is hilarious, and they really do live up to all the praise. AM!'s new songs are great and I bought a Mr. Pibb for $5. Then I made the 2 hour drive back to SF and dropped Floyd off in time for last call.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

Actually, NOFX played 14 songs in 8 or 10 minutes, ending with Fuck The Kids. It was hilarious.

joeg (July 14, 2006)

i liked the review. what exactly was another band by band account going to reveal anyways? NOFX wasted a lot of time talking? get the fuck out of here!! if you want your warped tour fix, there's about 50 of em in the archives section.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

My two cents: The Bouncing Souls fucking tore it up and were the highlight of the show for me.

Show starting at 11 AM (as stated on the ticket) and Against Me! going on at 10:45 A.M. = fucking bullshit. Yeah, I've seen em before and will see them again, but I feel bad for the kid who traveled a long way, saved up, etc.

Mr. Kenzington

telegraphrocks (July 14, 2006)

Actually a pretty good review. Score's for Justin.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

'the fringe is the center now. hey boys, thats great.'

DaddysVisaGold (July 14, 2006)

I don't think I'll be able to make it to Warped this summer which is really crappy. I wanted to see the Living End badly.

I think they've consistently been a cut above.

Dante3000 (July 14, 2006)

Some how my last comment got screwed up:
"I'd like to note that the first train from San Jose to San Francisco".

Dante3000 (July 14, 2006)

Just so a few of you know some of the bands weren't covered (i.e. Against Me!) because the San Fancisco show started at 10:30 (maybe 11) and Against Me! opened.
I'd like to at the the first train from San Jose to San Francisco didn't pull in till 11:40, so I missed some really good early bands. Fantastic planing.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

"I didn't know Brian was publishing livejournal entries as reviews now. Interesting.


At least he's not telling us that Spitalfield is good and Bracket sucks.

feeeding5000 (July 14, 2006)

Oh, yeah. I think that the most important thing you can give to a "new punk" is AMP magazine's "Your Favorite Bands' Favorite Albums" article. From that article, I found out about Fugazi, Gorilla Biscuits, Crass, Dag Nasty, Conflict, Elvis Costello, etc.

feeeding5000 (July 14, 2006)

I agree with the anon. post...to an extent. I believe that without some sort of "poser-punk" the punk rock "movement" would be completely lost. First of all, the corporate bands ARE needed to get kids into "real" punk. If not for buying Losing Streak by Less Than Jake, I would not now be looking for the reissue of Deviated Instinct (BTW, CD of Welcome to the Orgy/ Rock N Roll Conformity out 7/18!). Anti-Flag's politics didn't get me into more radical or active politics, but merely cemented my "I'm a Democrat!" mentality. Crass is really what got me into that, but without reading Against Me!'s favorite albums in some magazine, I would have never picked up Feeding of the 5000. Also, at heart, punk is a reactionary movement. How many bands do you know that offer an alternative to the current society, as opposed to just decrying it? (I'm guessing very few). Without pop-punk, or emo, or whatever, crusties would have nothing to be smelly, dreadlocked eliteists about, thus making them move to some other kind of music. Plus, without mainstream punk, I don't think the underground would be so vibrant - fewer kids interested in punk-ish rock means fewer older kids interested in punk rock.

hvmyselfabear (July 14, 2006)

I'm so much punker than everyone because I consciously decided not to give Warped Tour my money this year, or last year, or the year before. The year before that, I was 15... I fucked up.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

yo. I find it pretty disturbing that everyone who reviews the Warped tour on this site feels like it's okay to point out that it's not that cool and then just go ahead with the review as though that's all that needs to be said. No mention of the 'army of one' booth (or whatever it's marketing scheme is this year), where kids can show up for anyone from underoath to against me! and go home as soldiers. No mention of the plights of the tons of tiny bands stupid enough to stand in the sun all day and drive all night just to play for 10 kids in some dusty field. No mention of the fact that hundreds of potentially great shows are essentially aborted in every town so that Vans (tm) and Kevin Lymon can have the only game in town all summer long...
ah, it's all in the name of fun, right? Less than Jake has nothing bad to say about the warped tour, and they've been on it forever, how bad could it be? I mean fuck! Against me and the fucking SOULS are on it!!
Listen, this is the antithesis of the very DIY culture that this site seems to so thouroughly champion, and while I'm not suggesting that it not get coverage (I mean for fucksakes, it IS the biggest showcase for the bands that anyone who comes here gives a shit about) I would really appreciate if you (editors, reviewers) would take the time to seriously think about what the warped tour is doing, and comment thusly. Because frankly, gateway drug to the politics of anti flag and rise against or not (yes, yes, cheap shot, but come ON) it's also a pretty good gateway drug to accepting the idea of punk rock as a prepackaged consumer ready product/lifestyle in which what to do, buy think and wear are dictated to you. And believe me, if people aren't even questioning what they're wearing, they definately aren't questioning the fact that the stupid tour they're attending is making it very difficult for small bands to tour in the summer, for small clubs to compete with a festival market that's all of a sudden taking a piece of their pie. They won't question the notion that all your favorite bands on the same bill isn't better. It's fucking worse! It means that they all play truncated sets and that you only have one day to hang out, instead of twenty different small shows (with full sets) spread out over the summer.
And finally, lest you think that this is just an unfortunate manifestation of capitalism and that Kevin Lymon is essentially a good guy, (and I know I mentioned this before) he's letting THE ARMY into this thing to try to sucker YOU into going to DIE in Iraq. Global politics aside, that's not something I would let near anyone I cared about. Especially young people in a position to be as easily influenced as they are at the warped tour (peace signs with rise against, anyone?)
I know this is too long for anyone to read, but come on. Tell the whole story here. As a diy website with the word 'news' in your title, you owe your traffic at least that much.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

Score is for the reivew, because I couldn't find it.

...back to the moon w/ you!

- Kirby

fallingupwards84 (July 14, 2006)

Great review Justin - one of the better Warped Tour ones.

A laundry list of bands and their setlists is boring as a review... this was interesting and gave me a good feel of what the tour is like.

Score is for the review.

sickboi (July 14, 2006)

Justin, you know I love your hippy ass, but Scott was dead on....this wasn't a review, it was you yammering on about your day.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

To the kid below me:
Dude - everyone knows all about the bands playing warped. Nofx is going to tell the same fucking 3 jokes at every stop on the tour - do you need their sound spelled out or something? I wish kids like you would stop pretending that warped tour is anything other than a fashion show for unoriginal suburban douchebags who think that spiky hair is some sort of threat to 'the establishment'.

donovanjames (July 14, 2006)

This is one of the worst reviews I've ever heard. You know you're suppose to review the bands at the fucking show right? We didn't click on this to read what you think about the current state of punk rock.

So now we get a pointless review with the same meandering story of some guys warped tour day ('well i checked out the booths, then saw this shitty emo band), and nothing about the bands he mentions wanting to see. Good job at a worthless review and waste of time.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

good review. it's good because every other warped review ends up just being...

"yeah so i saw this band and they were kinda gay cuz they wore girl pants and shit, then i saw this one band that i was like crazy stoked to see and they were sweet except they didn't play this one obscure song that i love cuz i'm a superfan, and then i saw some boring bands and it was dumb and there were all these stupid kids there who don't even know about that first coheed and cambria album, so then i sat in the sun for three hours and got burned, then i watched nofx and they made fart jokes and it was funny."

mcgregor107 (July 14, 2006)

this is a review?! yeeshh..

somegirl (July 14, 2006)

As soon as your birthday comes around, you *will* be 8 years older than me. Goddamn, and I feel like I'm one of the older ones at shows now.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

worst. review. ever.

theOneTrueBill (July 14, 2006)

The first time I saw the Souls was at Warped Tour 2001. I had Hopeless Romantic and was a casual fan. After that day I'd say I was absolutly obsessed for about a year.

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

save it for your blog. this does not qualify as a review.

MikeStupid (July 14, 2006)

Much better than that rating made it seem. My bad.

MikeStupid (July 14, 2006)

Great review.

usversusthem (July 14, 2006)

One side dink, the other side jesus?

kingofsuck (July 14, 2006)

Oh, yeah. My birthday's also in two weeks. Anyone looking for a gift can go here:


maverick (July 14, 2006)

I didn't know Brian was publishing livejournal entries as reviews now. Interesting.


Cheesetits (July 14, 2006)

Hmm yes, let's keep pumping out Warped Tour reviews about Bouncing Souls and Against Me. It's so interesting. There are other things to talk about, it's ok, feel safe knowing I at least will not judge you for liking something else.

kingofsuck (July 14, 2006)

Setlists, please!

Also, no Against Me!? I'm sort of surprised.

Well, my review has plenty of setlists and Against Me! Just saying...

SalsaShark (July 14, 2006)

Setlists, please!

Also, no Against Me!? I'm sort of surprised.

Dante3000 (July 14, 2006)

As I was there I would like to take this time to mention how damn stupid Justin Sane looked at this show. The large gelled down mowhawk and the white belt look particularly awesome. Seriously, music aside, Anti-flag's image is nothing short of the scenes worst fashioncore bands.

kingofsuck (July 14, 2006)

Good review. Much shorter than mine, which I'm sure everyone will like. haha

Anonymous (July 14, 2006)

"have u people ever heard Madball's cds? i dont see the tough-guyness.. seriously, show it to me"

...you sound tough.

Mute98 (July 14, 2006)

have u people ever heard Madball's cds? i dont see the tough-guyness.. seriously, show it to me

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