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Old 08-31-2007, 03:03 PM
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Circle II Circle

1.Who Am To Be?
2.Matter of Time
3.Heal You
4.Revelations
5.Your Reality
6.Evermore
7.Sentenced
8.Burden of Truth
9.Live as One
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10.In This Life
11.Into the Wind
12.Fields of Sorrow
13.Middle of Nowhere
14.Watching in Silence
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15.Turns to Me
16.Follow Me
17.Wake of Magellan
18.Handful of Rain
19.One Child
20.Edge of Thorns
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Old 08-31-2007, 05:14 PM
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Fates Warning

1.Leave the Past Behind
2.One
3.Anarchy Divine
4.Eye to Eye
5.A Pleasant Shade of Gray VI
6.A Pleasant Shade of Gray VII
7.Guardian
8.We Only Say Goodbye
9.Monument
10.At Fates Hands
11.Circles
12.A Pleasant Shade of Gray XII
13.The Road Goes On Forever
14.The Ivory Gate of Dreams
Encore 1:
15.Silent Cries
16.The Apparition
Encore 2:
17.Through Different Eyes
18.The Eleventh Hour
19.Point of View
Cool set list. It just needs Nothing Left To Say and at least one song from FWX. Another Perfect Day would be good. (I think that I am in the minority when it comes to FWX, but I love that CD.)
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Old 08-31-2007, 07:27 PM
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Cool set list. It just needs Nothing Left To Say and at least one song from FWX. Another Perfect Day would be good. (I think that I am in the minority when it comes to FWX, but I love that CD.)
Well I wouldn't really know about FWX, because it's like the one album of theirs I'm not familar with. I'm actually relatively new to a lot of their stuff. I'm still tying up a few loose ends, I just picked up Inside Out like two weeks ago, which I've fallen in love with. You can now substitute Shelter Me in place of Circles and I'd like to put either Down to the Wire or Pale Fire in as well. Incredible band though.
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Old 09-08-2007, 09:21 AM
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Stratovarius:

1. Episode
2. Father Time
3. Will the sun rise?
4. Fright Night
5. Against the Wind
6. Distint Skies
7. I Walk to my own Song.
8. Jens/Timo Solo
9. Mother Gaia
10. Forever
11. The Land of Ice and Snow.
12. The Curtians are falling
13. Eternity
14. Hunting High And Low.
15. Glory of the World.
16. Destiny
17. Out of the Shadows
18. Black Diamond
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19. Paradise
20. The Kiss of Judas
21. Phoenix
22. Mellinium
23. Stratofortress

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Old 09-08-2007, 12:33 PM
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I think that I am in the minority when it comes to FWX, but I love that CD.
I like both FWX and Disconnected.

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Old 09-16-2007, 09:36 AM
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I like both FWX and Disconnected.

Same here. They are both excellent.

I would love to see a headlining show by Fates Warning. I have only gotten to see them open for other bands.
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Old 09-16-2007, 10:07 AM
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Same here. They are both excellent.

I would love to see a headlining show by Fates Warning.
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I have only gotten to see them open for other bands.
unfortunately me too. I saw them open for Savatage and then for Dream Theater.

they only played about 30-40 minutes each time.
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Old 09-16-2007, 11:15 AM
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unfortunately me too. I saw them open for Savatage and then for Dream Theater.

they only played about 30-40 minutes each time.
I saw them open for Dream Theater back in 1994 and then again opening for Dream Theater and Queensryche in 2003. They were excellent both times but the sets were just too short.

It was cool to see Ray Alder this year singing with Redemption. But again the set was too short because they were opening (once again) for Dream Theater. You should check out Redemption if you haven't heard them yet. Ray sings on their two most recent releases. Their newest CD "The Origins Of Ruin" is amazing.
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Old 09-16-2007, 07:13 PM
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Redemption if you haven't heard them yet. Ray sings on their two most recent releases. Their newest CD "The Origins Of Ruin" is amazing.
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Old 09-18-2007, 06:50 AM
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I saw them open for Dream Theater back in 1994 and then again opening for Dream Theater and Queensryche in 2003. They were excellent both times but the sets were just too short.

It was cool to see Ray Alder this year singing with Redemption. But again the set was too short because they were opening (once again) for Dream Theater. You should check out Redemption if you haven't heard them yet. Ray sings on their two most recent releases. Their newest CD "The Origins Of Ruin" is amazing.
Yeah, I was blown away by Origins of Ruin. Top notch stuff there.
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