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Old 09-28-2007, 04:04 PM
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Kamelot -- London, UK -- September 28th, 2007

Ghost Opera Tour
Venue: Astoria 2
Support: Threshold, Serenity

Rule The World
When The Lights Are Down
Soul Society
Mourning Star
Descent of The Archangel
Abandoned
The Human Stain
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Center of The Universe
The Haunting (Somewhere In Time)
Forever
Keyboard solo
Ghost Opera
Love You To Death
Karma
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March of Mephisto


Kamelot stand-in bassist Sean Tibbetts broke his leg during the first song, landing badly when jumping around. They played the next two or three songs without him, then he insisted on coming back to the stage and played the rest of the show sitting on a stool with his leg on a box.
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Kamelot bassist Glenn Barry broke his leg during the first song, landing badly when jumping around. They played the next two or three songs without him, then he insisted on coming back to the stage and played the rest of the show sitting on a stool with his leg on a box.
Whoa really?
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Old 09-29-2007, 04:30 AM
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what the hell? I'm curious how they are gonna do that tonight, I'll be on my way to the concert in Holland in a few hours
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Old 09-29-2007, 09:32 AM
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Correction, it was Sean Tibbetts filling in on bass.

Glenn is with his family and isn't touring.
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wow...for once the US got a better setlist
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Old 09-29-2007, 03:47 PM
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From the setlists I've seen from the US tour the setlist is absolutely identical right down to the position of the solos between songs, other than occasionally Momento Mori was played and Love You To Death wasn't.

What did you see that was different?

Besides which, after the Maiden tour the US had with Dio and Motorhead supporting while the UK suffered Funeral For A Friend, no complaint about tours, setlists or anything else about any band is valid from an American
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just back from Kamelot, same setlist as london and the bass player didnt break his leg, he dislocated his knee which is still just about as bad as breaking your leg but he still played tonight, sitting in a chair, he definatly had the respect of the crowd cuz eveybody was yelling for him at several points during the concert, kamelot proved to be one of the better live bands in metal, adagio was a very good support act, hung with the drummer and keyplayer after kamelot, they were very cool guys, they were a bit cranky cuz of technical difficulties during their gig though, still they ruled and I'm gonna buy one of their albums for sure, serenity, the other support band were very cool as well, very energetic, it was a hell of a night and I'm gonna go to bed now, reliving it in my dreams, Kamelot rules!!!
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Old 09-29-2007, 05:11 PM
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That's good news. I've dislocated my knee myself. Five times. It's incredibly painful, but heals quickly, and you can quite easily do things as normal (except walk around, of course) if the knee is kept properly elevated and in a comforable position.

He'll be fine soon enough. Good to hear.
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