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Posted: 16 Jan 06, 07:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Made In japan by DEEP PURPLE...
Fucking hell, wish I was there...

So far than we have:
METALLICA "Master of Puppets"
IRON MAIDEN "The Number Of The Beast"
PINK FLOYD "Dark Side Of The Moon"
DEEP PURPLE "Made In Japan"

What's next?

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Posted: 16 Jan 06, 08:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Technically, they also covered themselves on two South American dates, but indeed it's an impressive list. I really would like to hear the ..Japan album. They even played the extended solo's as found on the live album!

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Posted: 16 Jan 06, 08:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

willem-jan wrote:

Technically, they also covered themselves on two South American dates, but indeed it's an impressive list. I really would like to hear the ..Japan album. They even played the extended solo's as found on the live album!

Right, the "SCENES FROIM A MEMORY" :)
Well- can you actually cover yourself :)
I'd love to hear "Child In Time"- must ahve been GREAT!!!!!!

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Posted: 16 Jan 06, 22:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Made In japan by DEEP PURPLE...
Fucking hell, wish I was there...

So far than we have:
METALLICA "Master of Puppets"
IRON MAIDEN "The Number Of The Beast"
PINK FLOYD "Dark Side Of The Moon"
DEEP PURPLE "Made In Japan"

What's next?


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Hoooooooooly fucking crap!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted: 17 Jan 06, 10:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Where else- Japan, Tokyo :)

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Posted: 17 Jan 06, 13:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fenderek wrote:

Made In japan by DEEP PURPLE...
Fucking hell, wish I was there...

So far than we have:
METALLICA "Master of Puppets"
IRON MAIDEN "The Number Of The Beast"
PINK FLOYD "Dark Side Of The Moon"
DEEP PURPLE "Made In Japan"

What's next?


Hanson - The Middle Of Nowhere


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Posted: 17 Jan 06, 13:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Vanilla Ice - To The Extreme


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Posted: 18 Jan 06, 01:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

<b><font color = "crimson">ThomasQuinn wrote:

Where did they cover Made In Japan? I've got to get me a bootleg of that!!!


Let me know when you do find a link!
It's not allowed by the band to share this show, since it will be officially released, but I'm really looking forward to hear some audience recordings already!

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Posted: 18 Jan 06, 06:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You go to a show hoping to see songs from that band, and then they perform only other peoples songs. what a ripoff


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Posted: 18 Jan 06, 06:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

FriedChicken<br><font size=1>The Almighty</font> wrote:

You go to a show hoping to see songs from that band, and then they perform only other peoples songs. what a ripoff

No mate- everybody knows how it works- when they play two shows in one city the other part of the second show is a cover album. Rip off? They play 3 hours every night. When I saw them in Hammersmith last year they played two nights in row. Firts one- 3 hours of their material. Second night- 2 hours of their own material and they repeated only ONE SONG. And after that they added DARK SIDE OF THE MOON. That's how it works every time. Rip off? C'mon man!!!!! That's the best value for money (30 pounds each gig) I have ever seen!!!!
And you should hear them playing any of those albums- it's SOMETHING to be at a night like that, I can tell you...

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Posted: 18 Jan 06, 09:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Actually, the band (Mike Portnoy) even checks what they've been playing the previous times in the city they are performing in that night, and try to avoid songs they've already played. So it's the opposite to being a rip off. And indeed, Dream Theater announces the nights where they are covering whole albums.

Now Queen, 1986, that's a rip-off. Every night the same songs in the same order. Could it be more boring? I think not.

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Posted: 19 Jan 06, 03:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Actually, the band (Mike Portnoy) even checks what they've been playing the previous times in the city they are performing in that night, and try to avoid songs they've already played. So it's the opposite to being a rip off. And indeed, Dream Theater announces the nights where they are covering whole albums.

Now Queen, 1986, that's a rip-off. Every night the same songs in the same order. Could it be more boring? I think not.

Ditto

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Posted: 19 Jan 06, 08:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

And there you go- on 16th of January they covered themselves again and played entire OCTAVARIUM, back to back. Nice! It's only few times (twice?) they actually played THE ANSWER LIES WITHIN.

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Posted: 19 Jan 06, 17:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Fenderek wrote:

willem-jan wrote:

Actually, the band (Mike Portnoy) even checks what they've been playing the previous times in the city they are performing in that night, and try to avoid songs they've already played. So it's the opposite to being a rip off. And indeed, Dream Theater announces the nights where they are covering whole albums.

Now Queen, 1986, that's a rip-off. Every night the same songs in the same order. Could it be more boring? I think not.

Ditto


If the Magic Tour was boring, what can we say about the Q + PR tour?


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Posted: 19 Jan 06, 21:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Dream Theater are the best live band in the world right now - hands down.

Can't wait until March 22... Massey Hall in Toronto, which will be almost two years to the day when I met the band backstage. A night I'll never forget.


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Posted: 20 Jan 06, 08:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr.Jingles wrote:

Fenderek wrote:

willem-jan wrote:

Actually, the band (Mike Portnoy) even checks what they've been playing the previous times in the city they are performing in that night, and try to avoid songs they've already played. So it's the opposite to being a rip off. And indeed, Dream Theater announces the nights where they are covering whole albums.

Now Queen, 1986, that's a rip-off. Every night the same songs in the same order. Could it be more boring? I think not.

Ditto


If the Magic Tour was boring, what can we say about the Q + PR tour?

Well actually they changed a bit more in 2005... Compare the BRIXTON show with BELFAST or HYDE PARK, than take TOKYO and the setlist aren't actually THAT same...

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Well actually they changed a bit more in 2005... Compare the BRIXTON show with BELFAST or HYDE PARK, than take TOKYO and the setlist aren't actually THAT same...


If you compare 2005 Q+PR to all the Queen 73-86 tours, these were most of their longest shows ever. Queen's longest shows were on the NOTW tour, and they were a bit over two hours. Q+PR played some shows up to 135 minutes.

As for the setlist, the Hot Space tour was Queen's most adventurous, but look at all the changes we saw in 2005! I really hope the set gets changed up for '06.


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Posted: 21 Jan 06, 05:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Another Dream Theater show is beeing seeded on Dime.
It's the 19-01 show, setlist:

Disk 1 (first set 70 mins):
1. Intro
2. The Root of All Evil
3. Panic Attack
4. Another Won
5. Afterlife
6. Under A Glass Moon
7. Lie
8. Peruvian Skies
9. Fatal Tragedy
10. About To Crash (Reprise)
11. Losing Time/Grand Finale

Disk 2 (second set 76 mins):
1. As I Am
2. I Walk Beside You
3. Sacrificed Sons
4. Octavarium
5. Someone Like Him
6. Medicate (Awakening)
7. Full Circle
8. Intervals
9. Razor's Edge
10. Highway Star
11. The Spirit Carries On
12. Pull Me Under

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=78800

Downloading at 170 Kb/s (maximum I get from my provider)

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Posted: 23 Jan 06, 09:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

With a Highway Star, nice!

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Posted: 03 Feb 06, 08:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Did anyone see this full show on any torrent site yet?