The 10 most popular concert slideshows of 2009

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It's about damn time this year ended. But before it does, we're taking a look back at your favorite stories of 2009. Here, the ten most popular concert slideshows. 10. Wednesday night at Beta, with Tiefschwarz 9. Hollywood Undead at the Fillmore 8. My Bloody Valentine at the Fillmore 7. Rise Against with Rancid and Riverboat Gambler at Red Rocks 6. 2009 Westword Music Showcase: The Bands 5. The Underground Music Showcase 4. Mile High Music Festival 2009, Day Two: The Bands 3. Phish at Red Rocks: Opening Night 2. Manufactured Superstars at Beta 1. Skylab Colorado 2009: The Mega Slideshow (NSFW)

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