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Maideneer
04-01-2006, 12:50 AM
1. The Hellion/Electric Eye
2. Metal Gods
3. Heading Out To The Highway
4. Judas Rising
5. The Green Manalishi
6. Diamonds & Rust (acoustic)
7. Turbo Lover
8. Breaking The Law
9. Hell Bent For Leather
10. Living After Midnight
11. Take On The World


Pavo Edit (4/3/2006): One of Priest's few 2006 performances. Venue: Royal Albert Hall

JRA
04-01-2006, 05:25 AM
10. Living After Midnight
11. Take On The World


I am so sick of these songs.


Why the hell didn't they bring back Tyrant?

Fe Maiden
04-01-2006, 05:44 AM
1. The Hellion/Electric Eye
2. Metal Gods
3. Heading Out To The Highway
4. Judas Rising
5. The Green Manalishi
6. Diamonds & Rust (acoustic)
7. Turbo Lover
8. Breaking The Law
9. Hell Bent For Leather
10. Living After Midnight
11. Take On The WorldShort list:hmm:

DethMaiden
04-01-2006, 06:10 AM
When you only have enough time to play eleven songs, you shouldn't make half of it crap.

ADD
04-01-2006, 06:38 AM
This setlists sucks.

Spiral_Slave
04-01-2006, 07:16 AM
This setlists sucks.

Agreed.

tolvis
04-01-2006, 11:05 AM
TAKE ON THE WORLD???? When was it last played live??? 1981???? Great one to bring back!!!!!

ADD
04-01-2006, 11:06 AM
TAKE ON THE WORLD???? When was it last played live??? 1981???? Great one to bring back!!!!!
There's a good reason it hasn't been played since then:cool:

Maideneer
04-01-2006, 11:07 AM
At least it wasn't YGATC, I would have demanded a refund.

SomewhereInTime72
04-01-2006, 11:21 AM
I am so sick of these songs.



How the hell could you be sick of take on the world? it hasn't been played in like 20 years. I think its a kick ass song (esp. to replace YGATC)

edit: setlist is pretty lame though

overkiller
04-01-2006, 03:56 PM
There's a good reason it hasn't been played since then:cool:

Yeah, I never liked it... I feel like its a mar on the otherwise diesel Killing Machine :cool:

XxRyaNxX
04-01-2006, 08:28 PM
Short set, but I would have loved to have been there :rocker:

JRA
04-02-2006, 08:34 AM
How the hell could you be sick of take on the world? it hasn't been played in like 20 years. I think its a kick ass song (esp. to replace YGATC)

edit: setlist is pretty lame though


I'm sick of the songs, I could care less if they get played live.

Maiden33
04-02-2006, 06:49 PM
Meh... average setlist... I like the fact that Green Manalishi is in there... but for the most part, both generic and somewhat dissapointing.

Voodoomaster
04-03-2006, 02:12 AM
You gotta think about it though, they were just one of the bands in there (Scorpions and Ian Gillan were there, too) and I suppose they wanted to play a greatest hits -alike setlist: if they would have played more some rarely played songs the audience would have been confused, since I'm sure there were also fans of Ian Gillan and Scorpions. Face it, they played it safe this time.

Take On The World isn't one of my faves either, though it is better than your average metal anthem. The reason why they played it was probably that this particular song was among their first radio hit and it was broadcasted a lot by Tommy Vance. This show was kind of a tribute to him, so that probably explains Take On The World. (I remember reading about Take On The World in a interview before the RAH show)

But well, that setlist was a bit mediocre, I have to admit. I liked the setlist of last tour much better, but thinking of these circumstances that's actually a satisfying setlist. It would have been kinda cool to have been there.

Mountains
04-03-2006, 12:44 PM
No Painkiller....

anthraxmosher
04-06-2006, 03:39 PM
Ive seen way better priest set lists out there. Even though this isnt the best set list out there, i wouldve loved to have been at the show. Priest and the Scorpions together on the same night wouldve been awesome.

devilball
04-22-2006, 04:37 PM
You are joking!
The Priest get an hour or just over, what do you want? I was there and Heading Out To The Highway was the first surprise, since it's not been played on the Angel Of Retribution tour at all. Take On The World might not be the greatest Priest tune ever, but it was last played on the Killing Machine tour waaaay back in 1978 so who's arguing? The band canned Victim Of Changes, Beyond The Realms Of Death and Painkiller in order to fit in what they did ( all of which have been staples in the set since 1990) so I repeat, what more could you ask for?

DethMaiden
04-22-2006, 04:41 PM
You are joking!
The Priest get an hour or just over, what do you want? I was there and Heading Out To The Highway was the first surprise, since it's not been played on the Angel Of Retribution tour at all. Take On The World might not be the greatest Priest tune ever, but it was last played on the Killing Machine tour waaaay back in 1978 so who's arguing? The band canned Victim Of Changes, Beyond The Realms Of Death and Painkiller in order to fit in what they did ( all of which have been staples in the set since 1990) so I repeat, what more could you ask for?

They canned their three best staples unfortunately, and played to a non-metal crowd with lots of non-metal.

But I wasn't there and if you enjoyed yourself it doesn't matter either way.