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Kamasami Kong reports from Tokyo Dome on Rolling Stones concert

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Japan Today's Kamasami Kong and Metropolis movie critic Don Morton give us a report on the Rolling Stones concert at Tokyo Dome on Wednesday night.

The legendary rock band entertained 50,000 fans. Every seat was taken. The audience was comprised of a wide variety of people from young, mini-skirted ladies in their mid-20s to well over-60 geriatric men. Everybody I observed was definitely "into it" by clapping hands, stomping feet, dancing, singing along. head thrashing, fist-pumping and reliving and remembering the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s and the days of our youth.

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i saw them in 1990 and it was tonsur heaven at that time,

must be dentures, wheel chairs and canes by now

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We listen to Kamisami Kong everyday on FM Cocolo. He plays good music. Has for the Stones, the world's oldest rock band and will rock on to the graves.

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My childhood best friend (Darryl Jones is the bass player for the Stones one time I was in Tokyo and they were there and I got backstage passes OMG you would believe what they do behind the scenes. Its all booze drugs and ladies!!!

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@kymaicahl: What happens backstage should stay backstage, keep it closed.

well over-60 geriatric men.

Ah, the arrogance of the young; being over 60 does not make one geriatric!

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