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Old 12-09-2010, 04:04 PM
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Also, I wonder if bands say the same things to audiences everywhere. After Valhalla and The Bard's Song, Hansi said the audience was so amazing at the singalong job they did. Did he make any comments like that at your show?

He told us we were incredible a couple times. I almost laughed when he said "ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!" in his epic voice after The Bard's Song.

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That's nice that bands want to show respect to their audience, but I can see why you laughed at it.
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He told us we were incredible a couple times. I almost laughed when he said "ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!" in his epic voice after The Bard's Song.
Mah boy, where were you in the audience? The crowd actually sounded kinda loud from where I was. It wasn't like a Maiden sing along or anything, but there was an admirable amount of crowd participation.

Set is correct and all, and I too am disappointed in no Majesty. I also am really disappointed at the way Sacred Worlds turned out live. Hansi sounded pretty bad for the whole song, but by the end of Welcome to Dying it sounded great.

I've been waiting on that one for a while and I was saddened.

The show as a whole was totally awesome though
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:03 PM
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had to miss the show tonight. not really bummed out about it though. take out the new songs and Lost in the Twilight Hall, add And Then There Was Silence and Another Stranger Me, and that's the exact setlist i got back in 2006. not much of a difference.
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Mah boy, where were you in the audience? The crowd actually sounded kinda loud from where I was. It wasn't like a Maiden sing along or anything, but there was an admirable amount of crowd participation.

Set is correct and all, and I too am disappointed in no Majesty. I also am really disappointed at the way Sacred Worlds turned out live. Hansi sounded pretty bad for the whole song, but by the end of Welcome to Dying it sounded great.

I've been waiting on that one for a while and I was saddened.

The show as a whole was totally awesome though
I was like center right. Think the bottom right edge of the pit that was happening throughout the show. I heard a general sound during The Bard's Song, but with the exception of a few people including myself, I heard little from my area.

Personally, I love Hansi's rougher lower register far more than that upper borderline falsetto he's been using since A Night at the Opera. Hearing him use that voice on all of the songs was definitely a highlight. And I agree with you about Sacred Worlds, it just sounded like a barrage of noise. Did you notice during one of screams near the end when his voice seriously cracked and his eyes completely bugged out but he held the note anyway?
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