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Derelict
11-20-2008, 03:12 PM
Another oldie but goodie i found laying around the house. This was on the damnation tour, opener was Porcupine Tree. Very good show

Windowpane
In My Time of Need
Death Whispered a Lullaby
Closure
Hope Leaves
To Rid the Disease
Ending Credits
Weakness
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Benighted
The Face of Melinda
Soldier of Fortune (Deep Purple)
To Bid You Farewell

mankvill
11-20-2008, 05:02 PM
i'm no opeth fan, but that seems like it'd be HELLA LONG. did they not have huge long songs back in 2k3?

JuuKun
11-20-2008, 05:24 PM
i'm no opeth fan, but that seems like it'd be HELLA LONG. did they not have huge long songs back in 2k3?

I thought so too until I really looked at it. The main part of the set is actually their "Damnation" album from front to back, which is only 43 minutes, and then the encore (not counting the Deep Purple cover, the length of which I really don't know) is about 24 minutes.

Looks like it was a great show, though.

Derelict
11-20-2008, 07:42 PM
It was like an hour and a half...the deep purple cover is standard length. They also did the beginning part of Harvest somewhere in the set (until the vox kick in). This was also their first tour with a keyboard player.

dan12con
11-20-2008, 08:45 PM
I love Opeth, but still ... no heavy songs at all are on that setlist. Wow

jezek666
11-20-2008, 11:54 PM
It was like an hour and a half...the deep purple cover is standard length. They also did the beginning part of Harvest somewhere in the set (until the vox kick in). This was also their first tour with a keyboard player.

On this tour in Austria they also played Harvest at the end of the show

Derelict
11-21-2008, 06:36 AM
I love Opeth, but still ... no heavy songs at all are on that setlist. Wow

It was the damnation tour, they were up front about the fact when they were promoting the tour that no heavy material would be played. Steven Wilson said during the show that this is one of the rare occasions that they could play with a metal band and be the heaviest band on the bill