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Old 03-28-2008, 02:16 AM
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Never really listened to much Nightwish. Heard the song "Wish I Had an Angel" recently and I thought it was horribly poppy and just sucked all over the place, are all their songs like that, what's the attraction here?
Most of the popular singles with the old singer are like that, yes. That's why they were/are a popular band with all the teen metallers.

Try "Bye, Bye Beautiful" and "The Poet And The Pendulum" from the new album. Different singer, way heavier.
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Old 03-28-2008, 02:18 AM
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I took a day to think this over and the impact on the archive, past and moving forward. Both of you contribute a lot to the site, and I've alway tried to listen to and accomodate our core. It's really not a big deal. If you all want British set lists tagged differently, that's fine by me. In the future, we'll handle the UK like:

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I'll handle changing the set lists archive on the back end, just not today.
Nice one bro. Much appreciated.

You'll be needing to add "band -- city, Northern Ireland -- date" too. Not that I've seen many posts for gigs in Belfast, but still... it'll only need one.
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Went to the final London show last night. They dropped Dead To The World and added Sacrament Of Wilderness and 7 Days To The Wolves
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Old 03-28-2008, 05:37 AM
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I did notice 7 Days To The Wolves has been the first song of the encore almost everywhere else on the tour.

Did you catch Pain?
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Did you catch Pain?
Yes they were somewhat disappointing based on previous, very good experiences. Crowd were very disinterested and it felt a bit flat.

Here's my review and Johan's photos....

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Old 03-28-2008, 08:33 AM
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The crowd really liked them on Tuesday. It took a couple of songs, but they seemed to get into them.
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I could never ever get into Nightwish with Tarja, but I must admit I really dig a good portion of the new album, particularly Poet and the Pendulum.
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Nice one bro. Much appreciated.

You'll be needing to add "band -- city, Northern Ireland -- date" too. Not that I've seen many posts for gigs in Belfast, but still... it'll only need one.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:23 AM
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They're worth seeing just to laugh at their dwarf guitarist.
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They're worth seeing just to laugh at their dwarf guitarist.
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