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ijwthstd
02-24-2011, 09:40 AM
Weinberg Center, capacity 1,200; sold out

JUDAS PRIEST (8:05-8:52)

01. Hell Bent For Leather
02. Delivering The Goods
03. Running Wild
04. Beyond The Realms Of Death
05. Rock Forever
06. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)
07. Evil Fantasies
08. Starbreaker
09. Tyrant

U.F.O. (9:20-10:39)

01. Intro/Electric Phase>
02. Hot-N-Ready
03. Pack It Up (& Go)
04. Out In The Street
05. Cherry
06. Let It Roll
07. Love To Love
08. Too Hot To Handle
09. On With The Action
10. Doctor, Doctor
11. Only You Can Rock Me
12. Lights Out
13. Rock Bottom
14. Shoot Shoot

Phil Mogg - lead vocals
Pete Way - bass
Paul Raymond - keyboards/guitar
Andy Parker - drums
Paul "Tonka" Chapman - lead guitar

posted by roryglzep at DimeADozen

bigguytoo9
02-24-2011, 09:58 AM
pretty awesome Priest set

sarsip
02-24-2011, 01:19 PM
Wow. Those sets are awesome!!

Maidenmagic
02-24-2011, 03:35 PM
Very cool that the exact show times were recorded, especially for a almost 32 year old show. 79 minutes seems a bit short for a headlining set though.

jhdeity
02-24-2011, 03:49 PM
My brother was at this show. He kept the ticket stub on his mirror. I remember being subjected to Evil Fantasies every morning when he got up for 3 months after that show. I still love that song to this day though...

Funny how they only played 1 song off their best album Sad Wings of Destiny. Kinda hard to believe no Ripper or Victim of Changes.

kngdymond
02-24-2011, 05:12 PM
I saw this show about 3 weeks later in San Antonio to a huge crowd of about 7500 or more. They did Ripper but not Victim of Changes We went to the record store and got Hell Bent for Leather signed by all the band

jhdeity
02-25-2011, 08:19 AM
I saw this show about 3 weeks later in San Antonio to a huge crowd of about 7500 or more. They did Ripper but not Victim of Changes We went to the record store and got Hell Bent for Leather signed by all the band

Yeah if the times didn't seem so exact I'd think the person missed The Ripper. I just can't see them not playing that song at that time...