Motorhead -- Toronto, Ontario -- February 26th, 2011
We Are Motorhead
Get In Line
Over The Top
One Night Stand
The Thousand Names Of God
I Got Mine
I Know How To Die
The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
In The Name Of Tragedy
Just 'cos You Got The Power
Going To Brazil
Killed By Death
Ace Of Spades
Do you remember the Clutch set
I was going to do a review of this show anyway, so here goes:
First off, I'll tell you I won't be posting any setlists since I don't go to shows with a notepad... I go with money for beer! passty was nice enough to post the Motorhead setlist anyway, and I'll be able to tell you some Clutch songs that they definitely did play.
First of all, my buddy and I got to the Kool Haus (worst venue name ever) just as Valient Thorr were taking the stage. Since I'm not familiar with the band at all, I can't tell you what they played, but their set had great energy and they seemed to play well. At one point the singer went down into the audience. I think he was trying to get a wall of death going but I don't think it worked. I couldn't really see from where we were standing. We spent part of their set buying beer and t-shirts (I got a Clutch one, he got a Motorhead one).
So Clutch takes the stage, and let me say... FUCKING AWESOME. There aren't many bands who have the same kind of talent as Clutch. They absolutely stole the show from Motorhead. They played the following songs, plus a few more from albums that I'm not very familiar with:
The Mob Goes Wild
Open Up the Border
The set was fantastic and reminded me of why, 9 years ago when I first saw them I was totally blown away since I had never even heard them before that.
Now, I know I said Clutch stole the show, but that's not to say that Motorhead were bad in any way. In fact, that was THE LOUDEST set EVER. I've never been so deaf after a show and left wishing I had brought earplugs. The band played perfectly, but the only problem with Motorhead is that they really only have two speeds -- fast and mid-paced, so all their songs kind of run together. Neil from Clutch came out for Killed By Death which was cool. Lemmy's a fucking machine. That is all.
Was Lemmy hating on other bands all night? Just watched a 30 min show on palladia and he said Kiss sucks and isn't rock n roll. Then they broke into Going to Brazil which is total generic blues ripoff song.
[QUOTE=jhdeity;342495]Was Lemmy hating on other bands all night? Just watched a 30 min show on palladia and he said Kiss sucks and isn't rock n roll. Then they broke into Going to Brazil which is total generic blues ripoff song.[/QUOTE]
Lol no Lemmy was total class. Exactly what I expected. And Kiss does fucking suck, so who cares?
[QUOTE=El Gordo;342499]Lol no Lemmy was total class. Exactly what I expected. And Kiss does fucking suck, so who cares?[/QUOTE]
Except they don't.
[QUOTE=NickLed19;342525]Except they don't.[/QUOTE]
Except they DO.
[QUOTE=El Gordo;342499]Kiss does fucking suck[/QUOTE]
You are my hero :party:
If Lemmy were a true legend he wouldn't have to keep hating on bands that play bigger arenas, write better and heavier music and blow him off the stage live. Just sayin'
Genuinely, if anyone has the right to call these bands out, its Lemmy. He is the epitomy of Rock n Roll. I would imagine it annoys him to see KISS out there, being the biggest sell outs the rock world have EVER seen, and he has the right to say he thinks they suck.
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