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ijwthstd
06-10-2009, 10:02 PM
Another tour opener tonight at the Riverport Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, MO. The show was delayed nearly an hour due to weather and Jaded and You See Me Crying were cut from the printed setlist.

01. Monkey On My Back
02. Cryin'
03. Love In An Elevator
04. Dream On
05. Combination
06. Toys In The Attic
07. Uncle Salty
08. Adam's Apple
09. Walk This Way
10. Big Ten Inch Record
11. Sweet Emotion
12. No More No More
13. Round And Round
14. Livin' On The Edge
15. Draw The Line

Encore:

16. Train Kept A Rollin'

Setlist posted by Math24 at the AeroForceOne forum.

maidenpriest
06-10-2009, 10:21 PM
wish i was seeing this...

HugeRockStar
06-10-2009, 10:33 PM
Aerosmith FINALLY do a headline show with a decent setlist I'd like to see, and they don't come here. I'd love to see Toys songs like Round n' Round, No More No More and You See Me Crying. Combination is cool too, and Monkey On My Back is an interesting opener. Thanks for the setlist.

Butcher of Birth
06-10-2009, 11:32 PM
yeah good set, maybe i'll dish out all the cash to see them locally.

And god damn it... where is my DUDE LOOKS LIKE A LADY?!?!?

MetalIsArt
06-11-2009, 01:42 AM
I don't need "dude" on every aersomith-setlist.

HugeRockStar
06-11-2009, 09:20 AM
Yeah the less of their '90's stuff the better. Actually now that I look at it again, what the hell is Cryin' doing as the second song lol. What a buzz killer that would have been, leave it closer to the end or something. Other than that great setlist.

toolfansat
06-11-2009, 10:22 AM
Oh yeah! I'm going to the show on Tuesday in Mansfield, MA - this show has Dropkick Murphys opening instead of ZZ Top, so 2 Boston bands that are known for doing "special" shows for the home crowd!!

MetalIsArt
06-11-2009, 11:18 AM
Yeah the less of their '90's stuff the better. Actually now that I look at it again, what the hell is Cryin' doing as the second song lol. What a buzz killer that would have been, leave it closer to the end or something. Other than that great setlist.

In my opinion, Aerosmith has made great music in the nineties too, I've come to like the Nine Lives-album very much, for instance.

And it's real cool to see Combination on the setlist.

ravenheart
06-11-2009, 11:55 AM
In my opinion, Aerosmith has made great music in the nineties too, I've come to like the Nine Lives-album very much, for instance.

I've loved every album since Permanent Vacation (which is still my favourite album).

Their worst period was easily '79-'85.

And the reason all those rare Toys songs are there is because they're doing Toys in full in every night.

'Combination' is the surprise. Just wow.

rjturtle9
06-11-2009, 08:21 PM
i want i don't wanna miss one thing :(

Butcher of Birth
06-11-2009, 08:58 PM
My Favorite Era of Aerosmith is '87 through Present. I love all these "new" songs. I like the older stuff ofcourse, but I think two of the crown jewels to ever come out of that band are Get A Grip (My Personal Favorite) and Permanent Vacation.

But thats all IMO ofcourse. Still love the band, still love going out and enjoying their shows.

HugeRockStar
06-11-2009, 11:17 PM
In my opinion, Aerosmith has made great music in the nineties too, I've come to like the Nine Lives-album very much, for instance.

And it's real cool to see Combination on the setlist.

Dont get me wrong, their '90's stuff is great too and I also love Nine Lives I think it's very underrated. But I've seen Aerosmith live every time they've come through here since the Get a Grip tour and I've heard enough of Dude, Crying, Janie, Living, etc. I've also heard enough of Walk and Sweet E. I'd rather they play their older classics like the Toys album then the '90's hits again. But my luck, they're not coming here now and next time they come it'll probably be another setlist of Big Ones lol.

Butcher of Birth
06-11-2009, 11:46 PM
Dont get me wrong, their '90's stuff is great too and I also love Nine Lives I think it's very underrated. But I've seen Aerosmith live every time they've come through here since the Get a Grip tour and I've heard enough of Dude, Crying, Janie, Living, etc. I've also heard enough of Walk and Sweet E. I'd rather they play their older classics like the Toys album then the '90's hits again. But my luck, they're not coming here now and next time they come it'll probably be another setlist of Big Ones lol.

Sad how that works though... A band like Aerosmith will always have to put on "The Same Old Song and Dance" (sorry, couldn't stop myself :D) because there is a big resurgence of young fans, and those young fans want those songs to be played, and lets face it... Kids + Parents = :money:

HugeRockStar
06-12-2009, 08:47 AM
Ha true, first time I saw Aerosmith I was with my parents lol.

MetalIsArt
06-14-2009, 03:02 AM
Well, I saw them live for the last time in 2007 and they rocked.

snowdog2112
06-14-2009, 01:13 PM
What a way to bring the show to a screeching halt by playing Crying 2ND
or the whole song for that matter

HugeRockStar
06-14-2009, 05:29 PM
What a way to bring the show to a screeching halt by playing Crying 2ND
or the whole song for that matter

Thats really my only complaint of the setlist. I've come to terms with the fact that they will play that song every show 'till they're all dead but second song in a setlist? What a downer lol.

I read they were gonna play the entire 'Rocks' album on the second half of this tour!