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Old 11-15-2009, 06:52 AM
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I can help expand the Volbeat setlist:

The Human Instrument
Sad Man's Tongue
Hallelujah Goat
??
Pool of Booze, Booze, Booza
Angelfuck (Misfits cover)
Still Counting (with Slayer "Raining Blood" outro)


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7:00 - 7:30 Volbeat
7:45 - 8:30 Lamb Of God
9:10 - end Metallica
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Old 11-15-2009, 07:02 AM
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I can help expand the Volbeat setlist:

The Human Instrument
Sad Man's Tongue
Hallelujah Goat
??
Pool of Booze, Booze, Booza
Angelfuck (Misfits cover)
Still Counting (with Slayer "Raining Blood" outro)
Thank you so much. I heard him say cover, but i didn't hear who and i had no idea what song it was. I did recognize that ?? song that it seems we both have no idea of, but i just can't remember the name or what album it's on. And i can't believe i forgot to mention the raining blood part
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Old 11-15-2009, 08:56 AM
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I like Turn the page. AS A BOB SEGER SONG. They could have put creeping death, disposable heroes, frantic, And justice for all (That would make shows longer) etc. there. Three ballads is too much. If it was up to me, One would the only ballad.
Actually if you seen them live 3 ballads is perfect. It gives both the audience and the band a few minutes to relax after rockin out so hard to the faster heavier stuff. I don't like NEM but at my show they did Damage Inc before it and it fit perfect there because it gave everyone a chance to mellow out for a few before they hit you with Sandman.

It's actually a smart move by the band they wanna make sure that not only they have to energy to go all the way through the set but you gotta make sure you don't burn out the crowd and make sure they keep the energy up for the whole show. Metallica used to do sets with Fade, Sanitarium, One and Unforgiven in them all the time. So it's not like it's anything new for them to play some slower ones. It's really does help pace things out better for everyone involved.

Do you really think Lars could play drums like he does live for two hours every show without a few ballads thrown in so he can catch his breath?

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Old 11-15-2009, 08:59 AM
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Oooh, Whiplash, has that been in there that often?
It used to be in the sets all the time before they started rotating songs around live in 2004. They're always rotating a song off KEA in that spot every night so it still does show up some regularity still.
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Old 11-15-2009, 09:02 AM
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Actually if you seen them live 3 ballads is perfect. It gives both the audience and the band a few minutes to relax after rockin out so hard to the faster heavier stuff. I don't like NEM but at my show they did Damage Inc before it and it fit perfect there because it gave everyone a chance to mellow out for a few before they hit you with Sandman.

Metalheads need a "break?" What is this world coming to? I'm paying to rock out, not sit and watch aimlessly as a band plays a no-talent song.
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Old 11-15-2009, 09:23 AM
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Metalheads need a "break?" What is this world coming to? I'm paying to rock out, not sit and watch aimlessly as a band plays a no-talent song.
I assume the song you're talking about here is NEM right?
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Old 11-15-2009, 09:24 AM
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I assume the song you're talking about here is NEM right?

I don't listen to Metallica, I just saw that you said they played 3 ballads. That's a bit to many for a "thrash metal" band to be playing.
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Old 11-15-2009, 09:32 AM
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I don't listen to Metallica, I just saw that you said they played 3 ballads. That's a bit to many for a "thrash metal" band to be playing.
OK that's cool but even I wouldn't consider Metallica thrash anymore. Yes they still play the old thrash stuff live but they certainly aren't that now. They've been writting ballads ever since RTL and they've always been part of their live sets I guess some people just don't like that kinda stuff. Even though Fade, Sanitarium and One get fast and heavy during the second half of the song and aren't ballads all the way through like that peice of crap song NEM.
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Old 11-16-2009, 05:30 AM
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Overall the show was good, but I was slightly disappointed with Metallica's setlist. Realistically they could have dropped "Holier Than Thou" and 1 of the Death Magnetic songs for something better. I was actually fine with hearing "Turn The Page" since I hadn't heard that one live before, but even still, that song wasn't exactly a highlight.

On the other hand, "Fight Fire With Fire", "Helpless" and "Whiplash" were awesome.

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Old 11-16-2009, 10:12 AM
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