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Dmitry Kulikov
02-14-2010, 09:01 PM
01. Intro
02. Flag In The Ground
03. Paid In Full
04. FullMoon
05. 8th Commandment
06. As If The World Wasn't Ending
07. The Last Amazing Grays
08. Juliet
09. Keyboard/Guitar Solo
10. Replica
11. Black Sheep
12. The Cage
13. We Will Rock You (Queen cover)
14. In Black And White
15. Don't Say A Word
16. The Vodka Song (Hava Nagila)
17. Everything Fades To Gray (fragment)
18. Outro

And some my pics
http://headbanger.ru/reports/2453?show_images=1
Photos: Dmitry "Ward" Kulikov
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xStructualDefect
02-14-2010, 09:18 PM
The Cage, Full Moon, Don't Say A Word, Black Sheep, and 8th are the only songs i'd want to see on this set. i really did not like Unia and TLAG at all. maybe i will see this when it comes to LA.

Maiden33
02-14-2010, 09:26 PM
The Cage, Full Moon, Don't Say A Word, Black Sheep, and 8th are the only songs i'd want to see on this set.

I really, really, really hope you accidentally left Replica of that list.

xStructualDefect
02-14-2010, 09:31 PM
I really, really, really hope you accidentally left Replica of that list.

lol i really don't know how i forgot to include that one.

i really wish they'd start playing San Sebastian, My Land, or hell even Weballergy, Blank File, or Wolf and Raven.

Maiden33
02-14-2010, 09:37 PM
lol i really don't know how i forgot to include that one.

i really wish they'd start playing San Sebastian, My Land, or hell even Weballergy, Blank File, or Wolf and Raven.

I saw them do San Sebastian and My land, as well as the aforementioned The Cage, Full Moon, Don't Say a Word, 8th Commandment, and Black Sheep. It still wasn't all that great of show. Sonata honestly are easily one of the top 3 most disappointing/underwhelming headliners I've ever seen.

... it didn't help that Firewind totally blew them off the stage when I saw them.

xStructualDefect
02-14-2010, 10:58 PM
I saw them do San Sebastian and My land, as well as the aforementioned The Cage, Full Moon, Don't Say a Word, 8th Commandment, and Black Sheep. It still wasn't all that great of show. Sonata honestly are easily one of the top 3 most disappointing/underwhelming headliners I've ever seen.

... it didn't help that Firewind totally blew them off the stage when I saw them.

i've seen 'em do San Sebastian and My Land as well back in 2007 but i don't think i've seen those songs any setlist in the past few years. i know they'll never play Blank File, or Weballergy again, but i still have hope that they'll play Wolf and Raven one day. i don't think i've seen Kingdom For A Heart on a setlist of theirs in awhile too.

and agreed i didn't think Sonata was all that amazing live. but it also had to do with the fact that they played a lot of songs i didn't care for, primarily songs off Unia.

JuuKun
02-15-2010, 06:57 AM
i've seen 'em do San Sebastian and My Land as well back in 2007 but i don't think i've seen those songs any setlist in the past few years. i know they'll never play Blank File, or Weballergy again, but i still have hope that they'll play Wolf and Raven one day. i don't think i've seen Kingdom For A Heart on a setlist of theirs in awhile too.

and agreed i didn't think Sonata was all that amazing live. but it also had to do with the fact that they played a lot of songs i didn't care for, primarily songs off Unia.

I've heard Tony doesn't like Kingdom for a Heart. They played Wolf and Raven for a while, I think it was like the first half of 2008.

I saw Sonata on the same tour you guys did, though my date was PPUSA, and they got blown off the stage, not by Firewind, but by Pagan's Mind. Then I saw them open for Nightwish (and they played White Pearl, Black Oceans, which might have had something to do with it) and they were awesome. So, I'm interested to see how they are this time through if I go, as a sort of tie breaker. They better play Replica.

andrew_metalhead
03-07-2010, 12:08 PM
Can't fuckin wait for the April 24th show. Spoke to Tony last Friday. Check it out if anyone's interested.

http://metalassault.com/Interviews/030510_Sonata_Arctica.php