A Rock Concert

Have you ever experienced an overload of every sense at once? Well,
rock concerts can almost take you there. I went to see AC/DC in the spring of
1991, and it was truly a festival of sensory overloads. My body felt as if they
stimulated it in every area to its complete capacity.
The level of sound was so astronomical. The decibel level was on the
threshold of pain. The music roared through the streets for miles, outside the
coliseum. Every time the bass drum was struck, I could feel the repercussion in
the organs within my chest. It even made my teeth chatter. The concrete floor
beneath me seemed to move with the beat of each song.
The number of people was enormous. I had to actually become one with
the people next to me. The crowd provided or allowed no personal space. We
were all packed in there liked caged wildcats. I had to move as the crowd
allowed or insisted. Everything was done as a group. There were no individuals
here. It was only one group of crazed fans fighting for that one glimpse of
their favorite band. The crowd would shift as people passed out. This only
allowed me to move closer to the front. As you can tell, I was packed in until
the end.
Your sight was not left out either. Plenty of pyrotechnics kept your eyes
filled with colorful wonder as the music played on. Souvenir "AC/DC money" fell
from the top of the building. The bills fluttered down to the hungry hands of
the crowd. The stage was a constant flurry of excitement. This was generally
caused by the hyperactive guitarist, Angus Young. Angus was never at a stand
still. He wore a path in the floor running back and forth. Brian Johnson, the
singer, also aided in the constant "food for your eyes." These guys made the
show spectacular. At no point was there a lull in the show.
The light and fireworks kept me craving more. A fireball would fly to
the left, then to the right. The crowd was kept in a constant trance. If you
love to have every sense tantalized, then try going to a concert by your
favorite band. I love it every time.

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