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Wrathchild_84
09-28-2005, 11:04 AM
Last night was one of the best metal shows Iíve ever been to, I had great seats Priest where on fire. Robís voice really sounded above par last night. He had a great screech during Painkiller and let out a nice growl at the end of Metal Gods. Iíll give a more extensive review when I get home tonight.

1) The Hellion/Electric Eye
2) Metal Gods
3) Riding On The Wind
4) A Touch Of Evil
5) Judas Rising
6) Revolution
7) Breaking The Law
8) I'm A Rocker
9) Diamonds And Rust
10) Worth Fighting For
11) Beyond The Realms Of Death
12) Turbo Lover
13) Hellrider
14) Victim Of Changes
15) Painkiller
Encores:
16) Desert Plains (with motorcycle)
17) Living After Midnight
18) You've Got Another Thing Comin'

HECHO EN MEXICO
09-28-2005, 11:24 AM
Last night was one of the best metal shows Iíve ever been to, I had great seats Priest where on fire. Robís voice really sounded above par last night. He had a great screech during Painkiller and let out a nice growl at the end of Metal Gods. Iíll give a more extensive review when I get home tonight.

1) The Hellion/Electric Eye
2) Metal Gods
3) Riding On The Wind
4) A Touch Of Evil
5) Judas Rising
6) Revolution
7) Breaking The Law
8) I'm A Rocker
9) Diamonds And Rust
10) Worth Fighting For
11) Beyond The Realms Of Death
12) Turbo Lover
13) Hellrider
14) Victim Of Changes
15) Painkiller
Encores:
16) Desert Plains (with motorcycle)
17) Living After Midnight
18) You've Got Another Thing Comin'
16) Desert Plains (with motorcycle) :party:

EvilCheeseWedge
09-28-2005, 11:28 AM
I wish they would've played "Worth Fighting For" and "Desert Plains" in the summer.

I can't belive that's all they've managed to change set wise though... bring back "The Sentinel" already :hmm:

JRA
09-28-2005, 06:25 PM
16) Desert Plains (with motorcycle)



Oh....



...my...



...God.



That is fucking lame! If they're gonna do that, than they have no excuse whatsoever for bringing back Tyrant and closing the fucking show with it (with the Harley as an intro mind you).

MetalDrummer888
09-28-2005, 06:40 PM
:mad: we need the sendinel


but worth fighting for ........ :eek: :party: :light:

ADD
09-28-2005, 07:18 PM
No HBFL?:mad:

MetalDrummer888
09-28-2005, 09:00 PM
No HBFL?:mad:
:eek:

i hadnt noticed that.....holy shit.....wtf! :mad: :bouville:

HECHO EN MEXICO
09-28-2005, 09:39 PM
http://www.judaspriest.com/photo/2005/US/Champaigne/champaigne075.jpg

HECHO EN MEXICO
09-28-2005, 09:41 PM
http://www.judaspriest.com/photo/2005/US/Champaigne/champaigne123.jpg

HECHO EN MEXICO
09-28-2005, 09:43 PM
http://www.judaspriest.com/photo/2005/US/Champaigne/champaigne129.jpg

Fe Maiden
09-29-2005, 06:29 AM
16) Desert Plains (with motorcycle) :party: :drool:

Breaking The Law
09-29-2005, 12:25 PM
I'm glad they are playing Desert Plains. HBFL is getting old. I do wish they had changed more songs from the summer go around, but I'm still going to this show to. Priest is worth it, no matter what they play.

JRA
09-29-2005, 07:15 PM
I'm glad they are playing Desert Plains. HBFL is getting old. I do wish they had changed more songs from the summer go around, but I'm still going to this show to. Priest is worth it, no matter what they play.


No, Living After Midnight is getting old, so is Breaking The Law.

Breaking The Law
09-30-2005, 05:29 AM
No, Living After Midnight is getting old, so is Breaking The Law.

Couldn't agree more. Wouldn't mind seeing those replaced with something else as well. HBFL is just as old as those 2.

MetalDrummer888
09-30-2005, 04:10 PM
No, Living After Midnight is getting old, so is Breaking The Law.
breaking the law never gets old :horns:

living after midnight on the other hand sucked from the moment it was recorded :hecho:

es156
10-01-2005, 10:13 AM
This was a great show. I thought Anthrax was a very good opener for Priest, but the crowd was kind of weak. How can people sit through Anthrax? Scott Ian and Frank Bello kept yelling at people to get on their feet. It was a good high-energy set. Charlie Benante is an excellent drummer. My head was banging through the entire show! I think that this was their set:

1. Among The Living
2. Got The Time
3. Caught in a Mosh
4. Madhouse
5. Anti-Social
6. N.F.L.
7. Indians
8. Medusa
9. I Am The Law


I know that there has been some complaining on this board, but I think that Judas Priest are worth seeing every chance you get. Even though the crowd was fairly small, the band still played like it was a big show. The set was mainly the same but you still get a lot of metal for your money. They have so many songs that no one will ever be entirely happy with their set. (I can't believe that they are not playing anything from Defenders of the Faith!) But the set list is still great. Worth Fighting For and Desert Plains were definite highlights. Those two songs alone were worth seeing this tour again for me. However, I was disappointed that they dropped Exciter. Overall this was an outstanding evening of metal.

By the way, it was cool to see Wrathchild_84 again and get to meet his dad. I was walking down to the floor before the show when I heard someone calling my name. That was pretty funny. Also, I left right after the show ended, but a friend of mine waited by the busses and got to meet Rob Halford and Scott Travis!! He got pictures and autographs and said that Rob was very cool.

ADD
10-01-2005, 10:49 AM
This was a great show. I thought Anthrax was a very good opener for Priest, but the crowd was kind of weak. How can people sit through Anthrax? Scott Ian and Frank Bello kept yelling at people to get on their feet. It was a good high-energy set. Charlie Benante is an excellent drummer. My head was banging through the entire show! I think that this was their set:

1. Among The Living
2. Got The Time
3. Caught in a Mosh
4. Madhouse
5. Anti-Social
6. N.F.L.
7. Indians
8. Medusa
9. I Am The Law


I know that there has been some complaining on this board, but I think that Judas Priest are worth seeing every chance you get. Even though the crowd was fairly small, the band still played like it was a big show. The set was mainly the same but you still get a lot of metal for your money. They have so many songs that no one will ever be entirely happy with their set. (I can't believe that they are not playing anything from Defenders of the Faith!) But the set list is still great. Worth Fighting For and Desert Plains were definite highlights. Those two songs alone were worth seeing this tour again for me. However, I was disappointed that they dropped Exciter. Overall this was an outstanding evening of metal.

By the way, it was cool to see Wrathchild_84 again and get to meet his dad. I was walking down to the floor before the show when I heard someone calling my name. That was pretty funny. Also, I left right after the show ended, but a friend of mine waited by the busses and got to meet Rob Halford and Scott Travis!! He got pictures and autographs and said that Rob was very cool.
That's great man!:horns: