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Bremen, 26.05.2010

(36 posts)
  1. Be
    Member

    Kenneth just walked by me in the city center. Came out of a restaurant. I am looking forward to tonight. Who will be there?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  2. fillmore
    Member

    I will be there!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  3. marc
    Member

    setlist, please! Are they still playing?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  4. Chucky
    Member

    Yes they are! I'm there! It is awesome!!!!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  5. Red Mosquito
    Member

    A magical place that is! motor rolled for 2h45 including such diamonds as TiMOTHYs MONSTER, FEEL, S.T.G. and a brilliant (!!!) Chien d'espace! Good night everybody, see you tomorrow or some day soon /-)

    Posted 10 years ago #
  6. Lisa
    Member

    Yes it was Awesome! Thank you Motorpsycho for this great night !!!!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  7. Devotional
    Member

    "Timothy's Monster"?!?! OMFG! Probably my favourite off AADAP, and that has been played only THREE times before in history! Here's hoping for a recording!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  8. TAF
    Member

    Considering how insanely demanding the drum part is on the studio version I'm not surprised they haven't played it a lot - and I'm equally unsurprised that they're doing it with Kenneth. Amen about the recording.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  9. hpk2511
    Member

    wbat
    satan
    mountain
    year0
    visitant
    eagles son
    diana
    arnie h
    timothys monster
    un chien

    feel
    trapdoor
    stg
    shrug&ff
    starhammer
    X3

    gullible

    Posted 10 years ago #
  10. madsunship
    Member

    From Snah's set list.

    wbat
    satan
    mountain
    year 0
    visitant
    eaglesson
    arne h.
    diana
    starhammer
    thimothys monster
    un chien
    -------------
    feel
    trapdoor
    stg
    shrug & fisty
    x-3
    -------------
    gøllible's tr

    Posted 10 years ago #
  11. Hyena
    Member

    so, which one is it? where did they play starhammer?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  12. mopsychonaut
    Member

    great show! the first hour was rock solid. the rest was just awesome. My magic moment was un chien, which was faar beyond everything. feel and GT were also amazing. maybe the best show in a long time...

    Posted 10 years ago #
  13. drugthing
    Member

    WOW, thats just awesome.

    Any pics? And how great to come back to a second encore and pull of gullibles. *droool*

    I should have taken these three weeks off from studying and followed them around in Europe instead. Well, next time!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  14. Holle
    Member

    that was truely a magic night.
    schlachthof is such a fantastic place for concerts.
    I don't know a better one.
    motorpsycho seems to love the place, too.
    tha audiance loved mitorpsycho.
    so it was a fantastic mood on stage and in the audiance.
    no talking during the silent parts.
    a lot of respect, happiness and enthusiasm could I see in so many faces.
    the set was just brilliant.
    there were a lot of highlights,
    but un chien was the peak.
    simply best version that I've ever heared.
    and timothy's monster. man! how fuckin great was that?

    btw, if I remember right, madsunship's setlist is the right one,
    but I'm not to 100% sure.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  15. quest
    Member

    They played Starhammer within the first encore set!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  16. Be
    Member

    Well, well!? From Timothy's Monster (which I didn't recognize at first) on, it was very good. Un chien was definitely the highlight of the set. And yes, band and audience mood was very good, as usual in Bremen.

    BUT

    Apart from Starhammer and parts of GT, I still don't like any of the songs from HMF. In the beginning the noodeling factor was again to high for me (not as bad as last year in Hamburg, though). I still don't think that it is a good idea to take songs to an almost complete halt like Cornucopia. Especially right at the beginning when the audience just warms up. Last year that relly ruined a great song like Hogwash for me.
    Eagle's son is less than remarkable. I could happily live without that hippy tune.

    As amazing it is to watch Kenneth's skills, I think, that sometimes less would be more. After the 500th drum fill, I was longing for a more basic drumming sometimes, especially on the older songs.

    Oh and the sound was very bassy in the beginning.

    Yeah, I know: Whine, whine, whine...

    All in all it was still a very good gig and the power the three boys put on stage is amazing.

    I am still not decided if I go to Hamburg or not.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  17. supernaut
    Member

    I am still not decided if I go to Hamburg or not.

    go for me then, cause i can't.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  18. fillmore
    Member

    Schlachthof is an amazing venue! This was my fourth Motorpsycho show at this hall and I still get amazed! Every club with that capacity should be built like it! It enables ca. 90% of the audience to have an almost unobstructed view of the stage in a super-deluxe widescreen way (kinda like Patronaat in Haarlem and probably many other of those modern dutch halls -- but with much more HEART!). As a result of this architechture the reception of the music is sublime at Schlachthof!

    The band enters the stage at 20:30 and means serious from the first number on! Space galore with early highlights being a Grateful Dead-ified "Satan" including nice noodling and great bass work by Bent as well as featuring the mandatory second verse of "The other one". "Satan" goes right into a great "Mountain" with Snah going wild on the keys! A much hotter version than the day before they actually resume the song today in all its glory.

    "Year Zero" is powerful! Then they play the whole new single -- in order!

    Yet more space to follow ("Arne H" grows with each jammed out version) and then Bent says this is something they have played only once in 1997 -- and they break out an amazing version of "Timothy's monster" which they totally nail (incl. the vocals)! Without a break "Un chien d'espace" follows, heavily evoking the "AADAP"-era! This is another 25 min version with a fairly different keys-jam and slightly different build up durig the "The faster we go"-part.

    The first encure is unusually song orientated by starting with a heavy Oya-tease! "STG" is a great jam: They begin to jam upon the regular outro and slowly find their way into the rocking beginning! Beautiful!

    After 145 min, just when eveybody thinks we cannot stand any longer they come back and give the 20 min "Gullible"-suite!

    --

    I have the feeling to have seen some of the best shows they did for a long time, definitely better than the last two tours! Love the space!

    Not wanting to come home from THIS!

    Hello to everyone!

    See some of you in Leipzig!

    Alex

    Posted 10 years ago #
  19. TraktorBass
    Member

    I can't tell you how jealous I am of the european tour.. Mountain and Gullible's Travails, at every show?!
    Jesus. I'm really happy for you though

    I love how they've started doing epic encores.. LLM, GT..

    Posted 10 years ago #
  20. dolphyn
    Member

    @fillmore:[/quote]"STG" is a great jam: They begin to jam upon the regular outro and slowly find their way into the rocking beginning! Beautiful!

    Have also heard that version once.Think it was Oslo around mid 90's. Started with the whole outro, just to find their way into the intro. SUPERB!! Love that version!!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  21. otherdemon
    Member

    Oh yeah, a huge chunk of this concert is now available on Dimeadozen:

    http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=305850

    01. YEAR ZERO (12:32)
    02. VISITANT (3:30)
    03, EAGLESSON -> ARNE (16:08)
    04. WHOLE LOTTA DIANA -> STARHAMMER (18:57)
    05. TIMOTHY'S MONSTER (5:23)
    06. UN CHIEN D'ESPACE (25:52)
    --- Encore 1 ---
    07. FEEL (3:53)
    08. TRAP DOOR (4:40)

    Posted 10 years ago #
  22. quest
    Member

    Bremen show on DIME!

    A guy named spacebandit uoloaded this

    http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=305850&viewcomm=4021562#comm4021562

    Unfortunately not complete cause of hardware problems.He wrote that this should be
    served as an appetizer (sure tastes good!)

    i was wrong with the song order. Snah´s setlist is the right one!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  23. Holle
    Member

    yehaaa.
    in two hours my train will go to cologne and I will hear this on the way.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  24. TAF
    Member

    Incredibly messy singing on Starhammer! Sounds like all three are joining in, has Kenneth gone all Phil Collins lately?

    Posted 10 years ago #
  25. TraktorBass
    Member

    Great sound on the recording, thanks people

    Posted 10 years ago #
  26. GBD
    Member

    Not only great sound, but damn groovy too! Listening to Un Chien now...Awesome!

    KK - I bow my head in awe 4 u!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  27. Be
    Member

    @TAF: I had the exact same "Phil Collins"-thought when I saw Kenneth sing during the gig. We should forget about that, because Phil Collins is just terrible!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  28. GBD
    Member

    He was quite the drummer in the 70's tho Let's not forget tthe golden genesis years! But apart from that...forgotten

    @TAF: OMG i see what you mean...That's not good at all...

    @Dolphyn: They did the same thing at Driv. Pretty damn cool!

    Posted 10 years ago #
  29. supernaut
    Member

    huh? it's great to see all of them sing. the MP threesome working unit.

    Posted 10 years ago #
  30. otherdemon
    Member

    Am I the only one who doesn't like The Visitant? Me thinks it's pretty generic and unfinished.

    Really good versions of Starhammer and Un Chien though.

    Posted 10 years ago #

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