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Old 12-02-2010, 02:58 PM
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Faith No More -- Hollywood, CA -- December 1st, 2010

My boy Thanatos and I went again for the second day in a row...and yeah he took a pic of the setlist and I copied the night befores set as is. I then realized there was some differences.
An absolutely kick ass Mariachi band called Mariachis de Los Torros and a absolutely horrendous band named Red Cross opened
Heres night twos set.


1. Faster Disco
2. Be Aggressive
3. Land of Sunshine
4. Everything's Ruined
5. Evidence
6. Got That Feeling
7. Last Cup of Sorrow
8. Helpless
9. Cuckoo for Caca
10. Ben (Jackson 5 cover) <---- AMAZING
11. Ashes to Ashes
12. Midlife Crisis
13. Spirit
14. King for a Day
15. Epic
16.Kiss and Say Goodbye (The Manhattans cover) <--Just godly

Encore:
17. This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both of Us (w/Sparks and Dean Menta) crazy cool performance
18. Digging The Grave (w/Dean Menta)

Encore 2:
19. We Care a Lot
20. Pristina AMAZING
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Old 12-02-2010, 03:30 PM
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Redd Kross rules!

You're so musguided on your criticism of Redd Kross. They are awesome! They're just different then metal bands like Faith No More!! They're actually why I went for night two. I was so depressed when it was announced they were opening night 2 and not night 1.(The drop in price to $20 didn't hurt either). Redd Kross is a classic band and the bass player produced the first Imperial Teen record with Roddy Bottum. (Probably why they got the gig) But they are a classic LA punk band. You just aren't hip enough to know their legacy!!
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Old 12-02-2010, 08:05 PM
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First song was Pills For Breakfast! Redd Kross was really good and I was surprised how well recieved the Mariachi band was. I think most of the crowd was relieved to not have to endure another post-post-post-Grunge band.

And speaking of Imperial Teen, now that this tour is just about wrapped up, hopefully we will get some Imperial Teen activity next year.
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Old 12-02-2010, 08:41 PM
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Not going to out of my way to insult the guys but the music was so bad and boring.
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Old 12-14-2010, 08:44 PM
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My boy Thanatos and I went again for the second day in a row...and yeah he took a pic of the setlist and I copied the night befores set as is. I then realized there was some differences.
An absolutely kick ass Mariachi band called Mariachis de Los Torros and a absolutely horrendous band named Red Cross opened
Heres night twos set.


1. Faster Disco
2. Be Aggressive
3. Land of Sunshine
4. Everything's Ruined
5. Evidence
6. Got That Feeling
7. Last Cup of Sorrow
8. Helpless
9. Cuckoo for Caca
10. Ben (Jackson 5 cover) <---- AMAZING
11. Ashes to Ashes
12. Midlife Crisis
13. Spirit
14. King for a Day
15. Epic
16.Kiss and Say Goodbye (The Manhattans cover) <--Just godly

Encore:
17. This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both of Us (w/Sparks and Dean Menta) crazy cool performance
18. Digging The Grave (w/Dean Menta)

Encore 2:
19. We Care a Lot
20. Pristina AMAZING
By The Way Faster Disco was not played. Was on the set list but they didn't play it. I would have lost my mind if they had!!
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Old 01-15-2011, 06:39 AM
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By The Way Faster Disco was not played. Was on the set list but they didn't play it. I would have lost my mind if they had!!
You're right "Faster Disco" wasn't played, They opened the concert with the song "Pills For Breakfast" instead. I wasn't at the concert but this video proves it-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TToCoJGxgE4

BTW, this is was my first post on this website.
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Redd Kross>faith no more
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