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Old 08-17-2009, 01:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Braun -Yaur View Post
I WAS AT THE SHOW AT RED ROCKS AND THEY SOUNDED GREAT. DIO IS AN UNBELIEVEABLE SINGER. THE SETLIST IS SHORT BUT THEY STILL PLAYED THE STANDARD FOR MOST BANDS 1 1/2 HOURS. (EVERYBODY BUT RUSH, EAGLES, SATRIANI AND PAUL MCCARTNEY) THEY CHANGED A FEW SONGS IN THE SET FROM THE PREVIOUS TOURS WHICH IS GOOD. I SAW PRIEST A COUPLE OF NIGHTS EARLIER WHERE WHITESNAKE ONLY PLAYED 4 SONGS DUE TO COVERDALES THROAT. PREIST ONLY PLAYED 1 1/2 HOURS. THEY SHOULD HAVE PLAYED AN EXTRA 30 MINUTES FOR THE FANS BUT THEY STUCK TO THEIR SETLIST!
Hey bro, there's a key on you pad that says "Caps Lock" make sure that's off next time you post unless for whatever reason you're trying to be forcefull with your point. I know that with Sabbath 90 mins has always been the standard set time. If you cut out the needless drum solo and the pointless 10 minute jam in the middle of HNH then you can get 3 more songs that's what my complaints are really about. Plus this maybe the last time this lineup plays together so why not go all out and play longer because they may not get the opportunity to play these songs together ever again.

Also, 90 minutes wasn't always the standard for live shows. I'm 31 and I remember when i first started going to shows in the early 90's it was standard for a rock or metal band to give you at least something close to the 2 hour range. I don't know why in recent years 90 mins or less has become the standard for a headline act but it's giving the fans less of a show and charging them more money for it and it sucks because fans deserve more when they go to see someone who's got the material to play longer and don't do it.

Last edited by Sanitarium78; 08-17-2009 at 01:06 PM.
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