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Slasherous
07-08-2009, 10:45 PM
All im going to say is this......EPIC!

1. The Red & Black
2. Before The Kiss
3. Burnin For You
4. Cities On Flame With Rock & Roll
5. The Shooting Shark
6. Buckís Boogie
7. Stone Of Love
8. Black Blade
9. Than Came The Last Days of May
10. Godzilla
11. Donít Fear The Reaper
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12. Hot Rails To Hell

TonyD
07-09-2009, 01:14 AM
A friend saw them last summer and said they were horrible. Now you have me curious.

Slasherous
07-09-2009, 01:22 AM
I saw them last summer also and they were good. It was a free show and there was a lot of sitting middle aged fartfanugens there, just wanting the hits. At DTE however, everyone in the pavillion was standing (besides those couple of lazy fat fartfanugens), and everyone was really enjoying themselves, and the solos and muscianship was just phenomenal. And they always change their setlist, and that along with venue, can be a big difference. With that said, it was epic. They also had to top Over The Rainbow, who were also quite stellar.

jhdeity
07-09-2009, 06:59 AM
4. Cities On Flame With Rock & Roll

One of my favorite songs of all time...

jsheajr
07-09-2009, 10:33 AM
I had the pleasure and honor of opening for Blue Oyster Cult in Laconia, NH back in 2004 and they were excellent live back then.

bootscoot
07-09-2009, 11:08 AM
I had the pleasure and honor of opening for Blue Oyster Cult in Laconia, NH back in 2004 and they were excellent live back then.

i saw them back in what must have been like 2004 or 2005 in a town of like 200 called deborgia montana. they were there for an opening of a bar, and must have got a huge deposit cause probably only 250 or 300 people showed up. they still managed to kick plenty of ass and the drummer did a beasty solo for like 5 minutes straight.

ImmortalEmperor
07-09-2009, 02:35 PM
Saw them last year in Tacoma and they were outstanding. Great setlist that included the usual suspects plus rare nuggets like Joan Crawford, Veteran of the Psychic Wars and Workshop of the Telescopes. Dharma can still shred - definitely recommended.