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Old 03-18-2005, 12:29 PM
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Motley Crue -- Boston, Mass -- March 5th, 2005

Shout At The Devil
Too Fast For Love
10 Seconds To Love
Red Hot
On With The Show
Too Young To Fall In Love
Looks That Kill
Louder Than Hell
Live Wire
Intermission (small movie clip)
Girls Girls Girls
Wild Side
Don't Go Away Mad
Primal Scream
Glitter/Without You
Home Sweet Home
Nikki Solo
Dr. Feelgood
Tommy Solo
Same Old Situation
If I Die Tomorrow
Sick Love Song
Kick Start My Heart
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Anarchy In The UK
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Old 03-18-2005, 01:27 PM
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Old 03-18-2005, 01:35 PM
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Sorry, but Motley Crue are for pussies, wimps, and posers. One of the most despicable bands ever.
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Sorry, but Motley Crue are for pussies, wimps, and posers. One of the most despicable bands ever.

Lighten up ADD. Just because you don't like a band doesn't mean that you have to personally attack the people who do. We are all metal fans here but that does not mean that we will agree on all bands. (We all agree on Maiden but pretty much everything else is open for debate.)

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Old 03-18-2005, 03:59 PM
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Lighten up ADD. Just because you don't like a band doesn't mean that you have to personally attack the people who do. We are all metal fans here but that does not mean that we will agree on all bands. (We all agree on Maiden but pretty much everything else is open for debate.)

OK

I still hate them though.

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Old 03-18-2005, 05:22 PM
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I still hate them though.


Ha ha! Fair enough. You are not alone in that. But some people just like to go to a good old loud rock n' roll show. Nothing more or less.

(I always hated Poison, but that is another story.... )


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Ha ha! Fair enough. You are not alone in that. But some people just like to go to a good old loud rock n' roll show. Nothing more or less.

(I always hated Poison, but that is another story.... )


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I hate Posion too
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I don't want to start a flame war here, I think this whole idea for this website is long overdue. I've been looking for a source for reliable information on set lists for years.

But there is no need to call names. I can't stand death metal, I think it's useless noise. But there are people who love it and that's great. They aren't worthless or brainless just because I don't like that kind of music. My fave band of all time is AC/DC, followed by Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Dio, Ted Nugent. The list goes on. I also like Ratt, Poison, Motley, Winger and other bands of that type.

If you don't like the band, that's fine. But don't call people names. There is no need for that.
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Why would they encore with cover songs? Why not two of their own songs? I mean they did good job covering them, but they should do some of their own shit for an encore. Good setlist though. They are playing the Allentown Fair on my birthday (Sept. 4) I may go to it.
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I agree with breaking the law 100%... I also agree with bloodcurse that those are two lame songs to choose for the encore..Crue play a killer setlist and then at the end they play 2 new songs in a row that are mediocre at best, then Kickstart my heart which is good and then 2 cover tunes that are ok but not their best .....They should go out with a bang..When I saw this show in Boston I felt that the first set was awesome then the 2nd set got worse as it went on...Oh well, it was still a sweet show and I'm seeing it again this Saturday night in Maine!!!!ROCK ON
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