Primus -- Kansas City, MO -- August 17th, 2010
Forgot who opened for them..anywho...
Those Damned Blue Collar Tweekers
Seas of Cheese
Big in Japan (cover im pretty sure)
Over The Falls
Drum and Whamola Jam
Harold of the Rocks
My Name Is Mud :rocker:
Jerry Was A Race Car Driver
Hello fellow Kansas City-area person!
[QUOTE=mankvill;300887]Hello fellow Kansas City-area person![/QUOTE]
shut up meg
PRIMUS is still continuing to mix up the sets, I see. That's cool. Glad to see others are getting Fisticuffs, too. Our show in Cleveland was the first time they played it on this tour (much to my surprise and glee). We got Mr. Krinkle, but not Mud, so that's a trade-off right there. Over the Falls is even better live than I would have thought (we actually got it as an encore). I would have loved to hear American Life live - they've played it plenty on this tour, but we just didn't get it (or Sgt. Baker either, for that matter).
Bottom line, this is a pretty good set. So was the one I saw. PRIMUS can pretty much do no wrong, since (a) they have so much good material to cull sets from, and (b) they are fucking awesome. This set seems just a little shorter than Cleveland, though - they must love us more. ;)
I think the reason Primus can do no wrong is that they were never really a "hits" band with a lot of commercial material. Where bands usually go wrong is concentrating too much on the commercial Hits. Pointing my finger at you Motley Crue and Aerosmith.
nothing from Tales From the Punchbowl...or Antipop (not a bad thing there)
[QUOTE=mrfloosak;300947]I think the reason Primus can do no wrong is that they were never really a "hits" band with a lot of commercial material. Where bands usually go wrong is concentrating too much on the commercial Hits. Pointing my finger at you Motley Crue and Aerosmith.[/QUOTE]
agreed, a lot of metal bands are starting to do that now...hope it doesnt become a trend.
and whats up other kansas city guy!!!
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