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Old 07-02-2010, 11:44 AM
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Tuska Open Air -- Helsinki, Finland -- July 2nd, 2010

Great first day. Source: me. A couple extremely partial sets

Testament (missing at least three newer songs)
Over the wall
More than meets the eye
Practice what you preach
Into the pit
DNR
Formation of damnation

Ihsahn (missing two songs I didn't know the names of)
The Barren Lands
A Grave Inversed
Misanthrope
Scarab
Invocation
Unhealer
Thus Spake the Night Spirit
Frozen Lakes on Mars

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Zto

Dev was joined by Chuck Billy for awhile, he was reading lyrics of a sheet, and had a crown and a scepter. Ravenheart, if you have more to add, go for it, I know you were lurking about somewhere today
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Old 07-02-2010, 02:37 PM
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Dev was joined by Chuck Billy for awhile, he was reading lyrics of a sheet, and had a crown and a scepter.
That's fucking awesome.
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Old 07-02-2010, 08:21 PM
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Dev was joined by Chuck Billy for awhile, he was reading lyrics of a sheet, and had a crown and a scepter.
I'm gonna take a guess and say it was during Planet Smasher? And if it was that's awesome.
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I'm gonna take a guess and say it was during Planet Smasher? And if it was that's awesome.
Pretty sure it was. They also had a video monitor with Ziltoid on it, who would insult Dev and the crowd between songs
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Chuck sang the parts of the character "Planet Smasher" in Planet Smasher.

Disappointingly, Dev didn't do Ziltoid start to finish, there was a gap in the middle. The full setlist was:

Devin Townsend Project (20:30-22:00)
ZTO
By Your Command
Ziltoidia Attaxx!!
Solar Winds
Hyperdrive
N9
Kingdom
Mountain (I think...)
Planet Smasher (with Chuck Billy)
Colour Your World
The Greys
Deep Peace
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Testament's set (because I could hear it from outside... fucking disorganised gate):

The Preacher
More Than Meets The Eye
The New Order
Practice What You Preach
Over The Wall
Henchmen Ride
Disciples of the Watch
Into The Pit
DNR (Do Not Resucitate)
3 Days In Darkness
The Formation of Damnation
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And the rest of what I watched (despite yet more fucking awful organisation where they let everyone play 10-15 minutes longer than they were supposed to, so they were rarely finished before the next band on the other stage started).

Insomnium (15:30-16:15)
Equivalence
Down With The Sun
Drawn to Black
Where The Last Waves Broke
The Harrowing Years
The Killjoy
The Gale
Mortal Share
Weighed Down With Sorrow

Tarot (16:15-17:15)
Sleep In The Dark
I Walk Forever
Satan Is Dead
Crows Fly Black
Tides
Calling Down the Rain
Hell Knows
Pyre of The Gods
Rider of The Last Day
Traitor

Pain (17:15-18:05)
Supersonic Bitch
Dancing With The Dead
Zombie Slam
Walking On Glass
It's Only Them
End of The Line
I'm Going In
Monkey Business
On And On
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Same Old Song
Don't Care
Shut Your Mouth

Satyricon (18:15-19:30)
Repined Bastard Nation
The Wolfpack
Now, Diabolical
Black Crow On A Tombstone
Filthgrinder
?? (probably either Forhekset or Du Som Hater God)
The Rite of Our Cross
The Pentagram Burns
Die By My Hand
Fuel For Hatred
K.I.N.G.
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Mother North (I think....)

Obituary (19:30-20:30)
Not much clue here. They definitely did the following, and they're in the right order... but there are several gaps. Irritatingly I watched the entire set from the front and side of the stage, and there wasn't a setlist to photograph in sight! Also saw the band hanging around at Helsinki airport this afternoon waiting for a flight - should have asked them!

Dethroned Emperor
Final Thoughts
Slow Death
Evil Ways
Slowly We Rot
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Of the bands I saw: Pain and Satyricon were awesome. Devin was kinda fun, but a bit of a pantomime with the interactions between him and the recorded Ziltoid segments, which weren't as funny as the old broadcasts he did when the album came out. Obituary were cool, but any more than an hour or so and they get a bit dull live. Insomnium were pretty boring. Tarot were very good, but don't put on much of a show. Unarguable songs though.

Highlight of the day was the Dio Memorial Gala gig down the road later that evening. See separate thread
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Insomnium and Pain setlists complete.
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