It wasn't as great as you'd have hoped. Way and Raymond added nothing (same as Murray earlier), and Doogie was exactly the same as when I saw him do 'Hearts On Fire' with HammerFall last month. Didn't look like he knew what to do, only came to the front of the stage once for a verse, and messed up the lyrics when he had to duet a verse with Barden.
In the end the coolest thing about the show was spotting Bill Steer in the crowd.
Last edited by ravenheart; 06-03-2010 at 06:27 AM.