March 17, 2011 at 23:27 #637
Setlist from notes/memory:
All Is Loneliness
Close Your Eyes
Whole Lotta Diana ->
Walking On the Water ->
Nothing To Say
Show start: 22:05
Show ended: 23:59
Approximatly 2 hours of GREAT fun!March 17, 2011 at 23:28 #19442
The New song had this chorus btw: "I'll never go back, I'll never go back, I'll never go back there" or somthing like that.March 17, 2011 at 23:48 #19443RolfParticipant
You beat me to it! Setlist matches my own notes. I'd only add that Diana —> Nothing To Say had practically no breaks between the songs! And Starhammer went pretty straight into Loneliness (and oh, the climax in Loneliness took on apocalyptic proportions, incredible, probably best version I've ever heard!)
The new interpretation of Close Your Eyes was also magnificent, with bonus points to Kenneth for juggling drumsticks and keys during the quiet "chorus".
And let's not forget the hilarious synchronized dancing during Mountain!!! I love absurd randomness like that, more please!March 18, 2011 at 07:14 #19444fillmoreParticipant
Thanks for the setlist? No "The wheel" in "Starhammer"?March 18, 2011 at 07:36 #19445
I edited in the transitions now, Rolf.
Indeed a show with a lot of energy, even though it was far from sold out. Really looking forward to tonight's show!Quote:No "The wheel" in "Starhammer"?
Nope.March 18, 2011 at 08:15 #19446
How was the sound ?
Where you at the floor or gallery ?March 18, 2011 at 08:38 #19447
I was up in the gallery. Sound was great. Will test the floor tonight.
Great show last night, but the crowd seemed a little unenthusiastic. As stated, it was far from sold-out, and I have never seen a crowd rush faster to the exit doors, than 0.2 seconds after Gullible's Travails was over. Hopefully better today.March 18, 2011 at 08:51 #19448TomcatParticipant
Thursday was the added show – Tonight's the nightMarch 18, 2011 at 10:18 #19449otherdemonParticipantQuote:and I have never seen a crowd rush faster to the exit doors, than 0.2 seconds after Gullible's Travails was over. Hopefully better today.
I read on someone's Twitter that it was because the last train was about to leave shortly after the gig end. So the crowd rushing to the exit doors, were those train-passengers, I guess :lol:March 18, 2011 at 11:00 #19450
And some of us with kids needing to get to school again today.
A big thank you to the band for letting the kids experience some real good music!!
And a big thank you to the support band – Your Headlights Are On. They were worth the money alone.March 18, 2011 at 11:07 #19451TomcatParticipant
Oho, "Your Headlights Are On" must be pretty good then?! I usually don't like support bands on motorpsycho shows, especially when this has the effect to shorten the main set or one has to fear to miss the connection home afterwards :twisted:March 18, 2011 at 11:10 #19452
I was on the gallery as well and enjoyed very good sound throughout most of the show, though as the sound level got higher the sound quality became slightly worse.
Was disappointing that they didn't have any visuals last night, but maybe Pekka wasn't available for the extra show.
And on a final note, the warm up, Your Headlights Are On were very good especially their last song.March 18, 2011 at 11:37 #19453
I was a bit late for Your Headlights Are On, and the first songs I heard was "OK", but their final number was great. Tuba as an alternative to bass guitar is always welcome!March 18, 2011 at 12:05 #19454March 18, 2011 at 12:11 #19455
And now I see that Your Headlights Are On will play support also tonight. Starting at 21:00
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