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2017-10-22 Bremen, Schlachthof

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  1. Be
    Member

    Un Chien
    Schiff der Bekloppten
    The Cukoo
    Stained Glass
    In Every Dream Home
    The Tower
    Pacific Sonata
    Heartattack Mac
    HBM
    -----
    The Golden Core

    (I copied the setlist from Thomas further down, so people don't have to scroll for it.)

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  2. Be
    Member

    First song: K9

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  3. pfnuesel
    Member

    Hands off your phone and enjoy the show!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  4. Be
    Member

    They just played the fucking Golden Core as encore!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  5. Thomas
    Member

    Un Chien
    Schiff der Bekloppten
    The Cukoo
    Stained Glass
    In Every Dream Home
    The Tower
    Pacific Sonata
    Heartattack Mac
    HBM
    -----
    The Golden Core

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  6. Every, single song is either an epic, a space-out, or both!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  7. Be
    Member

    Yeah! Short setlist! I want my money back!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  8. crossskip
    Member

    Oh wow, that's just insane. Would sign up for this immediately. The Golden Core in Tilburg or Zwolle as well please!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  9. pfnuesel
    Member

    First Golden Core since...? Oya Festivalen?

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  10. Short setlist, but still looks like... 2,5 hours?

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  11. Be
    Member

    Yes, about 2h35. First two songs took 50 minutes. K9 about 37 alone.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  12. pfnuesel
    Member

    Schiff der Bekloppten

    Written on the setlist or your own translation?

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  13. pfnuesel
    Member

    15 minutes average song length. Oh boy.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  14. Be
    Member

    Some thoughts:

    Obviously a quite unique setlist. I have been to loads of MP gigs at the Schlachthof in the past 20 years and I think it's safe to say that this venue has a special place in the band's hearts. Always very good gigs!

    Fourth member works extremely well!

    I like Thomas' drumming. Although he also has a jazzy touch he is really on point and not so "space taking" as Kenneth.

    I am really glad they stopped playing these all out heavy shows. The gigs on the HBM tour were already good, but in 2014 or 2015 I saw gigs that were just a non stop sound attack from start to finish and quite boring to me. I hope I'll never again have to endure Hell 1-7!

    Where I stood (all the way back, dead center) the sound was perfect!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  15. kjesso
    Member

    Pfnuesel: First Golden Core since Trondheim, December 2015.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  16. I am drooling over this setlist, but I'd take The Wheel over Golden Core any day of the week. Cool to see both Un Chien and HBM back in the set. Haven't seen both played in the same concert since Oslo. I was hoping for both of them in Copenhagen, as well as Stained Glass which funnily enough was first time played in Hamburg the day after. Still happy with Copenhagen. But: Having been to Schlachthof several times, knowing the atmosphere of the venue and the dedication of the audience, and combining this with the psychedelic-let's-kick-back-and-jam mood that usually hits the band after a run of increasingly monstrous concerts, I can totally picture and feel the vibe. I know a lot of people who were there, and I wish I had been there together with you. Let's hear the reviews!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  17. Be
    Member

    @Anders The wheel over Golden Core! I think I'll have to condemn you to a witch trial for that blasphemy!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  18. pfnuesel
    Member

    I'm with Anders on that one.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  19. @Be: Yeah, I know. Nothing wrong with Golden Core, I just prefer The Wheel. I was playing around with a playlist of epics just the other day. Seeing tonight's setlist, my dream setlist doesn't seem that unlikely after all. Exchange HBM for Big Black Dog, Golden Core for The Wheel, throw in Sun Ship and Arnie H, and we're pretty close!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  20. pj
    Member

    kinda lost for words after such a show put i'll give it a try. for starters i'd take the golden core over the wheel, but both songs are pure magic so i'm actually just more than happy to have heard both songs over one nice psychonaut weekend.

    IMHO tonight was the first time kristoffer really arrived in the band. everything was in sync and all systems were running perfectly fine. for instance there was a magical interplay between bent and kristoffer during the tower, basically playing sonic ping pong in a little jam before merging back into the song. such moments are priceless and i'm hard pressed to think of another band who is able to do such stuff in such perfection.

    thanks to all psychonaut friends i met, old and new, it was a pleasure and a privilege. @anders: hopefully next time, it would have been great to have tag along to these shows as well. hopefully good recordings will show up soon.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  21. Tomcat
    Member

    Just listening to one (and I have the feeling there will be a better one).

    Still flashed by tonight's show ... crown of a fabulous three day run. Oh boy. We are fools indeed

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  22. Kid A
    Member

    Some thoughts about the show:
    All in all really great and spaced out.
    Really good performance of the The Tower, stood out
    I didn’t need the cuckoo, don’t like it on the album and it didn’t work live for me as well

    I was very disappointed that they didn’t give a second encore
    The crowd was fantastic and they really really begged for more and cheered really really long
    Just another 3 minutes of Plan #1 or Hey Jane or whatever wasn’t too much to ask for

    But as said before, it was fantastic

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  23. Great King Rat
    Member

    There's no other band on this planet that would start a show with a song like the Space Dog (most other bands don't even have a song like that, for that matter) but MP do it and still have something just as epic to finish the show. Just incredible. No ASFE, no Bartok, no Intrepid - no problem, really. I guess I would have been just as pleased if they had only played the first and the last one...

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  24. Great King Rat
    Member

    Just another 3 minutes of Plan #1 or Hey Jane or whatever wasn’t too much to ask for

    The second encore in Hamburg wasn't planned, and with that in mind, I was standing there clapping and somewhat hoping they'd come out again tonight as well. But at the same time I sort of knew they wouldn't. And now I think it's a good thing. Honestly, what can you play after The Golden Core? And what do you actually want to hear then? 3 minutes of Hey Jane? Really?

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  25. supernaut
    Member

    That setlist. Speechless. Wish I'd been there.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  26. Great King Rat
    Member

    Btw, kudos to the Schlachthof audience! From what I perceived (standing next to the sound mixer) they were dead silent during the quiet parts of the show. Something that has unfortunately become a rare thing these days, even at MP concerts.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  27. Spacebandit
    Member

    Outer Orbits atchievt in nord Tyskland 20 -> 22.
    Two Wheels, Unchained the Monster Core finally!
    Tusen Takk Psychonauts!!!!

    Papenburg instead of Bielefeld was a tough choice!
    But we'd always love to see you back again at Forum!

    The BI Crew!!!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  28. otherdemon
    Member

    Holy shit, 10 songs in over 2 1/2 hours?

    I'm guessing this was an extremely far-out and psychedelic gig...
    Envy you guys!

    Kristoffer is gelling well with the other 3?

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  29. @pj: I would have loved to tag along. I am going back on the road as soon as possible. Mending my spacesuit, will travel again! Thanks for your comments. Hopefully I'll see you and the rest of the travelling family next tour already!

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  30. @otherdemon: I think that was the gig when he finally arrived. He got really into the sounds and found his place. The before mentioned interaction between Bent and him during The Tower was just brilliant and so well played. They smiled at each other and I still wonder if that happened by mistake, or if it was planned exactly that way. Thats the real mystery of a successful jam I guess

    And that gig was so far out, I really did not expect that after Papenburg. There were so long quiet quiet parts, you could have heard a needle falling. The Intro of K9 itself lasted so long, with just mellotron, synth and weird guitar sounds. I first thought of HBM, but then it turned our to be K9. What a moment... And HBM itself was huge. The build-up and everything was just perfect. Also Dreamhome (very funny introduction by Bent) wcontained so fantastic jam parts, it reminded of the mighty Grateful Dead in parts.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #

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