View Full Version : Judas Priest -- St. Paul, MN -- July 3rd, 2009

07-03-2009, 10:38 PM
Scored me a WS SETLIST!!!

1. Bad Boys
2. Fool For Your Lovin'
3. Love Ain't No Stranger
4. Slow & Easy
5. Lay Down Your Love
6. Guitar Solo Duel
7. Crying in the Rain
8. Is This Love
9. Give Me All Your Love
10. Here I Go Again
11. Still of the Night

Judas Priest
1. Rapid Fire
2. Metal Gods
3. Breaking The Law
4. Grinder
5. United
6. You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise
7. Living After Midnight
8. The Rage
9. Steeler
10. The Ripper
11. Prophecy
12. Rock Hard Ride Free
13. Victim Of Changes


14. Freewheel Burning
15. Diamonds And Rust
16. You've Got Another Thing Comin'

07-04-2009, 01:41 PM
I was just watching a video from on of these shows and I was suprised to see that they are doing the rock version of Diamonds and Rust again. I was expecting for the soft version they did on the Angel Of Retribution tour. Awesome song either way though.

07-07-2009, 03:54 PM
Same setlist in Wallingford, CT on 07-05-09. Show was great-Priest was dead on, freewheel burnin was awesome and Halford's voice was smooth. Diamonds and Rust was awesome going heavy.... Priest was more impressive than the Nostradamus tour of last year.....

Only issue that came up was with Whitesnake, other than the drum solo, dueling guitar solos (probably to give Coverdale a break), and thank goodness, not a keyboard solo.... it appeared that Coverdale's voice was tooooo perfect. There were times when the mic was not close to his mouth, however, the notes were equally loud and on cue....

it appeared to us that there was some "Milli-Vanilli-ing" goin' on here....:mad:

but the if it were true, he sounded good!!! :party:

07-08-2009, 08:01 PM
Am I the only one that heard "Best Years" as the opening song for Whitesnake? I mean, really.....I know I heard it because I hadn't lost my hearing for the night at that point, being the first song and all. Other than that the setlist is spot on.

And Halford's voice was "smooth" on Freewheel Burning? Hmm, guess I must have been deaf by that point because it sounded more like a scream than smooth singing to me. Not that it's a rip on him, after all that's a VERY tough song to pull off and he did do a decent job considering his age, but smooth isn't the adjective I would've used.

As for Coverdale, I noticed quite a few times when he also seemed to be able to not quite get to the notes the way he used to be. I don't think he sounded "toooo perfect" at any point, I noticed quite a few small flaws and points where he had to resort to more of a scream instead of just singing up into the higher register like he used to be able to do. In the middle register he sounded great, but I don't buy that he was lipsyncing at any point.