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ravenheart
07-12-2009, 05:29 AM
Guilfest
Venue: Stoke Park

Draven (12:50-13:20)
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Don't Cut Yourself
Fight
Stranger

Photos (http://www.jukeboxmetal.com/2009/guilfest-2009-photo-gallery/#draven)

Voodoo Johnson (13:40-14:10)
Inhale
Nowhere In Between
??
The Longest Day I Ever Wasted
Bad Habit
Dirty Angel

Photos (http://www.jukeboxmetal.com/2009/guilfest-2009-photo-gallery/#voodoojohnson)

Tragedy: All Metal Tribute To The Bee Gees (17:55-18:30)
Night Fever
Jive Talkin'
Grease
How Deep Is Your Love?
You Should Be Dancing
Stayin' Alive
Tragedy

Photos (http://www.jukeboxmetal.com/2009/guilfest-2009-photo-gallery/#tragedy)

Ginger (18:55-19:35)
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Drinking In The Daytime >
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Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Mother City
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Sonic Shake

Photos (http://www.jukeboxmetal.com/2009/guilfest-2009-photo-gallery/#ginger)

Poison Rose (20:15-20:45)
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It's So Easy
Falling Down
All This Time
Right At Home
Sacrifice

Photos (http://www.jukeboxmetal.com/2009/guilfest-2009-photo-gallery/#poisonrose)

Motorhead (21:30-23:00)
Iron Fist
Stay Clean
Be My Baby
Rock Out
Metropolis
Over The Top
One Night Stand
I Got Mine
Phil Campbell solo >
The Thousand Names of God
Another Perfect Day
In The Name of Tragedy >
Drums >
In The Name of Tragedy
Jus' Cos You Got The Power
Going To Brazil
Killed By Death (with Paul Kilmister)
Bomber
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Whorehouse Blues
Ace of Spades (with Wurzel)
Overkill (with Wurzel)

Photos (http://www.jukeboxmetal.com/2009/guilfest-2009-photo-gallery/#motorhead)

MetalIsArt
07-12-2009, 08:54 AM
Bomber, you say? :rocker::party:

ravenheart
07-12-2009, 10:54 AM
Bomber, you say? :rocker::party:

Yeah, they almost always play it. Getting boring now.

JRA
07-12-2009, 11:02 AM
That Motorhead setlist needs the overhaul from hell. And dropping Bomber is not one of the changes.

Remember 1916 Lemmy? Orgasmatron? Sacrifice? The three post-Ace Of Spades albums that your fans love the most? Start playing shit from them.

And for God sakes fucking drop Metropolis! That song blows.

ravenheart
07-12-2009, 12:25 PM
And for God sakes fucking drop Metropolis! That song blows.

It's much better than Bomber. But they both need to be dropped. So does Overkill.

Sacrifice has only just been dropped. They've been playing that for years too.

Totally agree on 1916. Although I'd say Inferno is more popular. Maybe even March Or Die as well.

I've seen Motorhead six times in the last seven years. Five of those times they've played the exact same encore, which was brilliant the first time, boring as fuck now. The same goes for the In The Name of Tragedy/Going To Brazil/Jus' Cos You Got The Power/Killed By Death run. Identical every time.

I think they were playing some different ones back in 2002, but I don't have that exact setlist from the UK tour (I was at the Folkestone show). Other shows in that year they did things like Love For Sale, Civil War, We Are Motorhead, Nothing Up My Sleeve, Over Your Shoulder, Born To Raise Hell and Damage Case.

I've seen a few different songs over the years. Snaggletooth, The Chase Is Better Than The Catch, Love Me Like A Reptile, Killers, Shoot You In The Back, No Class, Sword of Glory all spring to mind. But since Ace of Spades is a terrible album, I've never been that impressed by the inclusion of less-frequently played tracks from it.

All albums with Phil Campbell >>>>> All albums with Eddie Clark

I've resigned myself to the fact that I'll probably never see my favourite Motorhead songs live: In The Year of The Wolf, Bad Religion, I'm The Man and Walk A Crooked Mile.

mankvill
07-12-2009, 12:49 PM
So does Overkill.

:nonono:

ijwthstd
07-12-2009, 12:51 PM
1916 was treated as a modern day classic in my social circle at the time it was released. The One To Sing The Blues is one of my favorite Motorhead songs. The thing about bands who constantly tour is they can get complacent, only swapping out a couple of songs from a new album every few years. Cheap Trick and The Ramones were like this too. It's a bit different when the band has to build a show from scratch after a year or two off.

ravenheart
07-12-2009, 01:14 PM
:nonono:

Don't gimme that :finger:

All the monotonous Eddie Clarke-era stuff they play every show needs to go. The stuff from Ace of Spades, Bomber and Overkill are among the most boring, one-dimensional stuff Motorhead have done.

And even if those songs were any good, they're overplayed to Status Quo proportions and need to go, even if only to be replaced by different monotonous Eddie Clark-era stuff.

JRA
07-12-2009, 01:34 PM
Some of the Bomber stuff was monotonous, but I wholeheartedly disagree for Ace and Overkill, even if there is filler. I mean for christ sake, those albums invented thrash metal! (with a little help from Venom and Priest of course, but still)

I don't mind them dropping Ace Of Spades or Overkill (but not both) so long as they replace either song with the song Motorhead.

SomewhereInTime72
07-12-2009, 01:38 PM
I think they should keep Overkill, Ace of Spades, AND Bomber. But they should drop Stay Clean and Metropolis. They're both good, but aren't classic/awesome enough to not deserve a rest.

ravenheart
07-12-2009, 03:54 PM
Some of the Bomber stuff was monotonous, but I wholeheartedly disagree for Ace and Overkill, even if there is filler. I mean for christ sake, those albums invented thrash metal! (with a little help from Venom and Priest of course, but still)

I don't mind them dropping Ace Of Spades or Overkill (but not both) so long as they replace either song with the song Motorhead.

I really quite dislike all three albums (I have all of them). Every album with Phil (Campbell) is better. Even Overnight Sensation. After Another Perfect Day they decided to stop writing the same song over and over again and try few different things. Yes, things like We Are Motorhead are carbon copies of Ace of Spades, but they stopped making twelve carbon copies per album, and that to me suggests genuine evolution. Those three 'classic' albums are boring as fuck.

OK, yes, some of those tracks were the first ones, and the others are copies, but that doesn't mean you have to play the same ones over and over.

I say drop them all. And everyone who doesn't like it isn't a proper Motorhead fan and can fuck off. Go listen to your record-label-dictated 'Best of' CD.

JRA
07-12-2009, 04:12 PM
I fail to see how Love Me Like A Reptile, We Are The Road Crew, and even The Hammer are carbon copies of Ace of Spades.

300%_Density
07-13-2009, 12:02 AM
Granted I now alot of the Motorhead crowd don't always go to shows to hear songs from the latest album that they put out but the fact they are only doing "Rock Out" from Motorizer is disapointing. I would love to hear "Runaround Man" or "Teach You How To Sing The Blues" or even "One Short Life" even though I know that one will never get played I'm kinda partial to it. I love hearing all the classics as well but I agree dropping Metropolis would be a good start.

MetalIsArt
07-15-2009, 01:13 AM
Yeah, they almost always play it. Getting boring now.


I've haven't seen it live yet.

MetalIsArt
07-15-2009, 10:22 AM
Philip Campbell & Mikkey Dee are amazing, HUGELY underrated musicians. In fact, I think that Inferno is one of the best Motörhead-albums, even though I really like Overkill & Ace Of Spades.

ravenheart
08-09-2009, 09:46 AM
Photo links added to first post.