View Full Version : Velvet Revolver -- London, England -- March 26th, 2008

03-26-2008, 06:51 PM
Venue: Brixton Academy
Support: Stone Gods/Pearl

Pearl (19:30 - 19:55)
Rock Child
Check Out Charlie
Nutbush City Limits

Stone Gods (20:15 - 20:45)
Burn The Witch
You Brought A Knife To A Gunfight
Making It Hard
Knight of The Living Dead
Start of Something
I'm With The Band
Defend Or Die

Velvet Revolver (21:20 - 23:00)
Let It Roll
She Mine
Sucker Train Blues
Do It For The Kids
Big Machine
American Man >
The Last Fight
Interstate Love Song
She Builds Quick Machines
Get Out The Door
Fall To Pieces
It's So Easy >
Slash guitar solo >
Set Me Free
Wish You Were Here
Mr. Brownstone
Sex Type Thing

03-28-2008, 03:46 AM
Andy, Don't know if it answers your question marked song in Pearl's setlist, but a mate at my work went to the show the night before and told me the only song he recognised was their last song which was a cover of Tina Turner's Nutbush City Limits.

03-28-2008, 03:58 AM
It certainly does! She said it was a song about a little town in Tennessee and it definitely had "city" in the chorus. And it's not on her new CD, so a cover makes perfect sense.

Cheers, Dave.

Pearl was awesome. The single, Nobody, is absolutely brilliant. And Scott Ian's intro for "Lovepire" was classic. "That song was called Lovepire. It's like a vampire, but it's a lovepire, so it still fucking sucks! You know what I'm saying!"

03-28-2008, 08:06 AM
Cheers for the Pearl setlist man

I think VR also played 'the last fight' after vasoline if i remember correctly

03-28-2008, 08:43 AM
You're right, they did. I've got it in my handwritten setlist from the night. For some reason missed it out when I typed it! Cheers.

Pearl's CD is awesome. I hope it comes out over here.

09-16-2008, 05:50 PM