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PhantomLord2009
07-23-2009, 02:35 PM
Metallica's 3rd show from Copenhagen,

Source: - metontour.com

1. That Was Just Your Life
2. The End of the Line
3. For Whom The Bell Tolls
4. Wherever I May Roam
5. One
6. Broken, Beat and Scarred
7. No Remorse
8. Sad But True
9. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10. My Apocalypse (With a New Creepy Intro according to metontour) :rocker:
11. The Day That Never Comes
12. Master of Puppets
13. Blackened
14. Nothing Else Matters
15. Enter Sandman
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16. Helpless
17. Hit The Lights
18. Seek and Destroy

Another top quality setlist, including the welcome return of Wherever I May Roam rather than Holier Than Thou, and also putting No Remorse in place of a Death Magnetic song. Next up is another Sonisphere Festival in Finland.

The_jman
07-23-2009, 04:36 PM
glad to see where ever I may roam in the set again, but liked last night's 4 horseman over no remorse but not bad at all.

Sanitarium78
07-23-2009, 05:42 PM
Deffinately good to see Roam back in again. I wonder why the song had such a long absence from the set? It looks like they might be rotating songs off Kill 'Em All after BBS which is cool. Sanitarium needs to be in more often than it's been this tour and please take out NEM and put Fade in it's place. Doing Helpless is cool since it's one of the few good songs of the covers they do.

The_jman
07-23-2009, 06:23 PM
I love nothing else matters, but it would be neat to see fade in the set more often. they should put one later in the set and put fade in its place.

Sanitarium78
07-23-2009, 07:14 PM
I love nothing else matters

I think that's the first time i've ever read that statement anywhere. I wouldn't have a problem with them doing it if they rotated it with something else. But by that taking a spot in the set every night it forces much better songs like Fade, Sanitarium, Horsemen, Creep and Bells from being played. Those songs used to be in every night and to think they favor doing NEM all the time over these songs is very disturbing to me.

tolvis
07-23-2009, 10:46 PM
Metontour failed to mention that Kirk and Lars jammed a bit on Mercyful Fateīs Satanīs Fall and Into the coven prior to Helpless!!

Nice show overall, my first Metallicagig and I got 6 out of my top 10list so Iīm happy :)

Sanitarium78
07-24-2009, 05:16 AM
Metontour failed to mention that Kirk and Lars jammed a bit on Mercyful Fateīs Satanīs Fall and Into the coven prior to Helpless!!


I would've taken them doing one of those songs in full instead of Helpless. They were in Copenhagen where Mercyful Fate is from so it does make sense for them to play a little something from them to bad it wasn't a full song though.

Desros
07-24-2009, 12:05 PM
Where ever i may roam
My Apocalypse
Nothing Else matters

3 Good songs to go for a piss or get a beer during the set, in my case.

Maidenmagic
07-24-2009, 07:11 PM
Where ever i may roam
My Apocalypse
Nothing Else matters

3 Good songs to go for a piss or get a beer during the set, in my case.

I agree. Roam is too commerical, Apocalypse is a poor excuse for thrash, and Nothing is plainful.

ravenheart
07-25-2009, 04:06 AM
Another top quality setlist

I disagree. It's still following the same pattern. I hope they change it for show #4 on Monday.

PowerMaiden
07-25-2009, 04:54 AM
Where ever i may roam
My Apocalypse
Nothing Else matters

3 Good songs to go for a piss or get a beer during the set, in my case.




the only problem being that they stop selling beer as soon as Metallica get's onstage, well it was like that the last couple of times I've seen them.



content de te voir ici buddy :horns:


Cheers !
PowerMaiden

Michael515616
07-26-2009, 02:36 AM
I don't think Wherever I May Roam is too bad really, it's certainly one of the better 90s songs. Oh, and Hit the Lights is awesome :rocker::rocker::rocker: They should play it more often, and quit doing pointless covers

Desros
07-26-2009, 06:09 AM
I don't think Wherever I May Roam is too bad really, it's certainly one of the better 90s songs.

It shows how good they were in the 90's :lol:

Sanitarium78
07-26-2009, 11:37 AM
I don't think Wherever I May Roam is too bad really, it's certainly one of the better 90s songs. Oh, and Hit the Lights is awesome :rocker::rocker::rocker: They should play it more often, and quit doing pointless covers

I always felt that Am I Evil is still the only cover they should do. It's the best song of all their covers. Do the Mercyful Fate medley, Astronomy and maybe Whiskey In The Jar once in awhile and that would be good. I know they're known for doing covers at each show but they have too many great songs of their own at this point to waste a slot or two a night on a cover.

andrew_metalhead
07-26-2009, 11:49 AM
I always felt that Am I Evil is still the only cover they should do. It's the best song of all their covers. Do the Mercyful Fate medley, Astronomy and maybe Whiskey In The Jar once in awhile and that would be good. I know they're known for doing covers at each show but they have too many great songs of their own at this point to waste a slot or two a night on a cover.

The thing is, they never play the full version of Am I Evil. And yeah I have the exact opinion about playing covers. Why are they so hell bent on playing a cover every night?? They could play a cover once in a while as a surprise, but not every show!

ravenheart
07-26-2009, 03:22 PM
My problem with the covers is not that they play one every night, but that they only rotate a small group of them. We've heard 'Stone Cold Crazy', 'So What!', 'Turn The Page', 'Die, Die My Darling', 'Last Caress', 'Breadfan', 'The Wait' and the Motorhead ones enough already.

Play 'Astonomy', 'The Small Hours', 'Sabbra Cadabra', 'It's Electric' etc.

Or, here's a notion, play something that isn't on 'Garage Inc.'.

mankvill
07-26-2009, 04:09 PM
My problem with the covers is not that they play one every night, but that they only rotate a small group of them. We've heard 'Stone Cold Crazy', 'So What!', 'Turn The Page', 'Die, Die My Darling', 'Last Caress', 'Breadfan', 'The Wait' and the Motorhead ones enough already.

Play 'Astonomy', 'The Small Hours', 'Sabbra Cadabra', 'It's Electric' etc.

Or, here's a notion, play something that isn't on 'Garage Inc.'.

They DID play Raining Blood in rehearsal.

The_jman
07-26-2009, 04:36 PM
I think that's the first time i've ever read that statement anywhere. I wouldn't have a problem with them doing it if they rotated it with something else. But by that taking a spot in the set every night it forces much better songs like Fade, Sanitarium, Horsemen, Creep and Bells from being played. Those songs used to be in every night and to think they favor doing NEM all the time over these songs is very disturbing to me.
I do love nothing else matters. Its been one of my favorite songs ever since I was young. The rock stations played nothing else matters, and The unforgiven II when I was young all the time, and now nem is one of my favorite songs to sing along to, and it has meaning for my girlfriend and I, so...


Additionally I am probably one of the few people here that actually think load and reload were decent albums, at least. half of them anyway.

this doesn't mean I don't like older metallica, cause I do.
and as someone put it I think on here, St. anger sucked big donkey balls, so.

I just don't think the black album and load/reload are bad, just because they're different. Granted load/reload are the only 2 albums aside from st. anger I don't like more than 80% of, but still.