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Old 11-21-2006, 12:46 PM
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Hey there,
I caught the show 10/28/06 at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington, IL.

Here are the setlists:

Journey:
Star Spangled Banner
Stone In Love
Ask The Lonely
Wheel In The Sky
Message Of Love
Edge Of The Blade
I'll Be Alright Without You
Chain Reaction
Lights
Open Arms
Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin'
Escape
Dead Or Alive
Faithfully
Don't Stop Believin'
Any Way You Want It

Separate Ways

Def Leppard:
Let's Get Rocked
Let It Go
Foolin'
Bringin' On The Heartbreak
Make Love Like A Man
Hysteria
20th Century Boy
Rock On
Rocket
Photograph
Armageddon It
Animal
Rock Of Ages

Love Bites
Pour Some Sugar On Me

I went to this show to see Def Leppard. This was one of those shows that I have wanted to see, but again, didn't care if I missed it either. The day before the show, I scored two front row seats, so we went.

All that I can say is that Journey stole the show. A month ago, I would have bet a fortune that I would never say that about Journey. I'm a huge deathmetal, grindcore, thrash, and of course Maiden fan. I was surprised at how talented these guys were and how great they worked the crowd.

Def Leppard was good, not great. Bringin' on the Heartbreak was the highlight of their set and it was done well. I learned a few songs later that Rick Savage doesn't have any talent. He played a five minute bass solo, which felt like four hours. The solo sucked so bad that I got a pit in my stomach from feeling embarrassed for the guy. Let me say this, I would rather spend a day with a proctologist than have to sit through another Rick Savage solo.
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