Setlist 2nd Leg of Tour

Started by Nulli Secundus, April 22, 2013, 07:56:58 am

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NeilP

yes you could... but you'd be wrong ;)

Matt2112

Quote from: Nick Sims on April 28, 2013, 23:24:30 pmBaldie Pete is right about there being too much PoW - and HYF - material played. He's never wrong you know.


There hasn't been a synth-heavy (yes, yes - oxymoron) set-list in 25 years.  So forgive those of us enjoying the celebrations of the Silver Anniversary of the band at their very peak.  :D
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BaldiePete

Quote from: Matt2112 on April 29, 2013, 10:08:48 am
There hasn't been a synth-heavy (yes, yes - oxymoron) set-list in 25 years.  So forgive those of us enjoying the celebrations of the Silver Anniversary of the band at their very peak.  :D


That's mathematically incorrect, the peak is at the top of the curve not on the the downslope ;)

NeilP

I'm pretty sure there's been accepted empirical evidence on here that the peak was in the Hemi era? ;)


BaldiePete

Quote from: NeilP on April 29, 2013, 16:16:54 pm
I'm pretty sure there's been accepted empirical evidence on here that the peak was in the Hemi era? ;)


Precisely  :)

BasspedalMan

NOTHING will ever beat Hemispheres in my book (II)
Ok, I'll join in...

1981 x 1
1983 x 4
1988 x 2
1992 x 2
1996 x 2
1997 x 5
2002 x 3
2004 x 7
2007 x 7
2011 x 3
2013 x 3

NeilP

and they ain't produced NOTHING yet, so there!

Fishy

Quote from: NeilP on April 30, 2013, 18:44:41 pm
and they ain't produced NOTHING yet, so there!


Snakes and Arrows came pretty close to nothing...
From the Land of Honest Men.

Thailand Express

So it seems they're doing a C setlist now, so every third night you get the same setlist.  Typically I'm going 3 shows apart :(

Maybe they'll change the rotation again for Europe?