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London 24.11.10

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  • Started 10 years ago by CaptainAubrey
  • Latest reply from Vegard B. Havdal

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  1. CaptainAubrey
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    Finally back, set list:

    -year 0
    -(Probably a cover cover, who knows)
    -Cornucopica
    -Lovesong
    -All Is Loneliness
    -Starhammer--
    --the wheel(I)

    Posted 10 years ago #
  2. Tomcat
    Member

    Oho, thank you for fast delivery Captain Good setlist, funny to see a (mp?) song being named "Lovesong"- now all we need is a tape of this and find out about that cover, too

    Posted 10 years ago #
  3. TAF
    Member

    Thanks, nice setlist!

    Looks like they played only one song from any single album - wonder when that happened last.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  4. OtherFool
    Member

    Lovesong? Can't find anything in DAMPSABA, never heard of it.
    Thanks for setlists and reviews! Anything to DIME?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  5. fillmore
    Member

    Here is a corrected setlist:

    Year Zero
    New Song *
    Whole Lotta Diana ->
    New song ** ->
    All Is Loneliness ->
    Starhammer / The Wheel ->
    Hogwash / Halleluwah ->
    X3 / Sweet Oblivion (LLM)

    * "this is something new", fast riffing, shorter song
    ** unknown slow heavy rocker, very nice, probably a cover

    Small venue, very intimate, very loud. Band enjoyed themselves, mood was great. Good sound although missing a bit of that bass impact (especially on "Loneliness").

    Thanks to Dr. Seufer for the report!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  6. gusse
    Member

    Thanks for reporting! The setlist looks very nice and it sure sounds like a cool gig. If there's a recording, I'd vote for seeding it from the Motortrades tracker :-). Hope we get some live MP action in south eastern Norway soon.

    cheers,
    Gustav

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  7. The Other Anders
    Member

    Wow, seems like london was a jamming night!

    loneliness>starhammer>wheel>hogwash>halleluwah>x3>oblivion!

    Sounds massive!
    Plus of course the new songs, and the beautiful and massive opener year zero, and Diana!
    I sure hope someone taped!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  8. Armitage
    Member

    Hi.
    First time poster.
    I recorded the gig which I'll up load later tonight.
    It RAWKED!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  9. fillmore
    Member

    Wow, thanks so much! Exciting!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  10. great man, thanks.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  11. Neil Tesor
    Member

    Did any one take photos?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  12. Grimr
    Member

    I took a few. Not very good ones, though.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  13. Armitage
    Member

    Here you go.
    The Paranoid Squirrel
    Just click on 'Episode 177'
    I hope you all enjoy listening to it as I did watching.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  14. Rob
    Member

    Thanks a lot!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  15. otherdemon
    Member

    Thx a lot!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  16. Steini
    Member

    Thanks a lot mr. Armitage

    Posted 10 years ago #
  17. casale
    Member

    Thanks a lot, Armitage! Great!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  18. fillmore
    Member

    That fourth song in the set -- probably a new original -- is just great! The part that begins five minutes into the song ("I could never go back, I could never go back") is intense, dark and quite moody featuring beatiful vocals and from there Snah takes off! Wow, love it!

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  19. fillmore
    Member

    The segue from "Starhammer" right into "The wheel" and right back to "Starhammer" is just thrilling. The screaming and feedback driven segues in general in this show are great! Just 90 minutes but what a storming set, the band truely delivers!

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  20. CaptainAubrey
    Member

    Sorry about the incorrect info, guys! Got kinda animated after the show. Anyway, great jammy gig, nice to see them in a small venue and the ending with starhammer/wheel and x3 was amazing. cant wait for the recording. Got some pics but I have a lousy camera so not any good ones, I guess.

    And elephant9 was awesome too!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  21. fillmore
    Member

    Another correction to the setlist, they actually played the full "Hallucifuge" part of "LLM":

    Year Zero
    New Song 1
    Whole Lotta Diana ->
    New song 2 ->
    All is Loneliness ->
    Starhammer ->
    The Wheel ->
    Starhammer ->
    Hogwash ->
    Halleluwah ->
    Hogwash ->
    X3 ->
    Hallucifuge ->
    X3

    A picture that was posted to FB by Stuart R.:

    You could call the second part of the set the "sandwich"-show! I don't think they've done it to this extent before!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  22. Great King Rat
    Member

    Thanks, Armitage, for this great recording! A nice hompage you have there, too! It's worth some browsing I guess...

    As for the gig itself, I have to say what a shame I couldn't make it! Completely agree with Alex, the new songs (the second one even more than the first one) sound really great. And check out jam in the middle of "Loneliness"! Then, from Starhammer on it's just amazing! I'm gonna have to listen to this a couple of times before fully grasping it! Can't wait to see them again...

    Posted 10 years ago #
  23. Great King Rat
    Member

    Just listening to the Starhammer>Wheel>Starhammer-part again, and indeed, the segue is brilliant! While Snah's still (quietly) improvising Bent's already sneaking into that great wheel-bassline, almost inaudible at first... Wow!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  24. Rattlesnake
    Member

    Oaao, the recording is stunning! Motorpsycho at their peak! The jamming is intense, perfectly shifting from one song to another. And the new songs are great! I'm really looking forward to the Folken-gig in Stavanger!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  25. wow man, great recording, sounds really good. band is in a great mood. stunning...

    Posted 10 years ago #
  26. Little Lucid Me
    Member

    "Don't shoot me if I'm wrong!"

    - Paranoid Squirrel host, contemplating whether "stoner rock" is an apt description of Motormusic

    Thanks, Armitage. I enjoyed hearing the "third time's the charm" intro about how this show came to be featured in its entirety, as well as the "meant to be" magic appearance of two tickets after originally being told it was sold out.

    Hope Snah doesn't regret losing the beard, right as temps are dropping to sub-zero!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  27. otherdemon
    Member

    According to the setlist scan on Facebook, the first new song is tentatively called "Du-du-du-du" while the second is called "Leslie's Vest"

    Posted 10 years ago #
  28. supernaut
    Member

    listening now.

    du-du-du-du indeed!

    thanks a lot!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  29. eustatziu
    Member

    what a top notch mp gig! thanks for the link

    btw, love the vocals!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  30. gusse
    Member

    Thanks for taping and sharing Armitage! What a great gig! Like a bulldozer from start to finish. Heavy shit I really like "Leslie's Vest" and agree with Alex that the "never go back" part is very dark/mysterious/wierd. Kind of sums up the dark mood of the whole song. The general dynamics of the gig is awesome and it really fits the 90 minutes format (not for a Psychonaut of course....we always want more!). But I mean, 90 minutes of MP in this mood is mindblowing and exhausting. The segues are done very nicely indeed. Snah provides some really great guitarwork.........

    Give us more live Motorpsycho!!! We want a new tour!!!!

    Posted 10 years ago #

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