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MetalIsArt
05-22-2012, 02:45 AM
Many different bands (ranging from Moloko to Black Eyed Peas to Metallica) so I'll only post the "hard" and interesting alternative acts. This was my first and only big festival that I went to all days.

Metallica:



Blackened
Fuel
The Four Horsemen
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Frantic
The Memory Remains
No Leaf Clover
St. Anger
Sad But True
Creeping Death
Battery
Wherever I May Roam
Nothing Else Matters
Master of Puppets
One
Enter Sandman
Jump In The Fire
Seek And Destroy


Korn:


Right now
Break some off
Got the life
Here to stay
Falling away from me
Blind
Shoots & ladders/One (Metallica)
Freak on a leash
ADIDAS
Dead bodies everywhere
Did my time
Another brick in the wall (Pink Floyd)
Faget
Somebody someone
Y'all want a single


Lostprophets:


We still kill the old way
To hell we ride
The fake sound of progress
Make a move
Last summer
Sway
Last train home
Start something
Shinobi vs dragon ninja
Burn burn


Monster Magnet:


The right stuff (Robert Calvert)
Dopes to infinity
Supercruel
Powertrip
Third alternative
Unbroken (hotel baby)
Radiation day
Monolithic
Space lord


Within Temptation:


See who I am
Orff
Caged
Ice queen
Restless
Stand my ground
The promise
Running up that hill (Kate Bush)
Jane Doe
Mother earth
Deceiver of fools


Notes:

- I missed Pixies, Dropkick Murphy's & Muse, which I know deeply regret
- I'm sure about the songs WT played, but not the order
- Korn did nothing for me, but they had some loyal fans moshing the whole time, including one extremely annoying older guy who looked like he was on crack.
- First time Metallica!
- Monster Magnet were very LOUD, but almost nobody cared
- Black Rebel Motorcycle club sucked, I forgot the setlist on purpose
- Lostprophets was a nice surprise
- Heideroosjes were ok, they even brought famous Belgian comedian Urbanus on stage. They got their name from him, forgot the setlist too.

sarsip
05-22-2012, 01:05 PM
Many people don't care about Monster Magnet. I do care.

MetalIsArt
05-23-2012, 12:36 AM
Many people don't care about Monster Magnet. I do care.

This.

ravenheart
05-23-2012, 02:41 AM
I care when they're good, and not when they suck. Unfortunately, it's often uncertain which of those you're going to get on any given tour/album.

adamclark52
05-23-2012, 09:22 AM
Many people don't care about Monster Magnet. I do care.

I'd say I cared up until Powertrip. That album had a few decent songs but the one after it (God Says No) was terrible. I haven't paid attention since.

But those earlier records like Tab and Spine of God, up until Dopes to Infinity were great.