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Old 04-28-2010, 05:42 PM
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Ah, very true.

Why LST? Because I SO BADLY want to hear it with Bruce on vocals!
Bruce half asses the Blaze stuff live anyways so they shouldn't even bother with anything from those two albums at all. They got too many great songs from Dickinson they don't do. I rather hear one of them than something from one of the Blaze albums.
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Old 04-28-2010, 08:10 PM
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Bruce half asses the Blaze stuff live anyways so they shouldn't even bother with anything from those two albums at all. They got too many great songs from Dickinson they don't do. I rather hear one of them than something from one of the Blaze albums.
I thought Bruce MAJORLY improved on the few Blaze songs he sang on. However, I do agree that it would be even better to hear some never played live Bruce songs such as Flash Of The Blade, The Prophecy, and Alexander The Great.
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Old 04-28-2010, 10:03 PM
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Overall I think Bruce does a good job with the Blaze stuff, but "Sign of the Cross" was definitely the weakest of the ones I've heard. I guess part of that was the band as well, they speed and loosen it up too much, it looses the really dark, plodding feel it should have.
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Old 04-29-2010, 04:57 PM
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Overall I think Bruce does a good job with the Blaze stuff, but "Sign of the Cross" was definitely the weakest of the ones I've heard. I guess part of that was the band as well, they speed and loosen it up too much, it looses the really dark, plodding feel it should have.
Yeah, that's probably why that song isn't as cool with Bruce on vocals as it should be. Though I still love that they did it with him. I will admitt though, when I want to hear the song I put on the version from Rock In Rio more often than the studio one. As for the other ones i've heard them do, not even Bruce's voice can take the "boring" out of The Clansman at all. The version of Lord Of The Flies on DOTR sounds like he'd rather be doing anything else besides singing that song.
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Old 07-16-2010, 07:37 PM
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"Piece Of Mind" in it's entirety finishing with Maiden's masterpiece "To Tame A Land." Plus the following others to fill a complete setlist-

Remember Tomorrow
Phantom Of The Opera
Killers
Gangland
Flash Of The Blade
Powerslave
The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner
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Old 07-16-2010, 07:53 PM
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2 Minutes to Midnight
Invaders
The Trooper
Rainmaker
Sea Of Madness
These Colours Don't Run
Number of the beast
Tailgunner
Blood Brothers
No More Lies
The Mercenary
Montsegur
Die With your Boots On
El Dorado
Afraid To Shoot Strangers
Paschendale
Dance Of Death
Children Of The Damned
Face In The Sand
Powerslave
To Tame A Land
The Clairvoyant
Where Eagles Dare
Age Of Innocence
Hallowed Be Thy Name
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Old 07-16-2010, 07:58 PM
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As I always do with Maiden, I will keep things realistic (ie having them open, close, and encore with logical selections), and redesign the current tour setlist, as it would be if I had designed it myself:

01 The Wicker Man
02 Ghost of the Navigator
03 The Evil That Men Do
04 El Dorado
05 Dance of Death
06 The longest Day
07 These Colours Don't Run'
08 Blood Brothers
09 Rainmaker
10 Paschendale
11 Brave New World
12 Fear of the Dark
13 Iron Maiden
Encore:
14 Number of the Beast
15 Phantom of the Opera
16 Hallowed Be Thy Name

Just a few minor changes, but I think this would've made it a perfect show.
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Old 07-17-2010, 02:38 PM
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1. Churchill Speech/Aces High
2. 2 Minutes to Midnight
3. The Prisoner
4. Sea of Madness
5. These Colours Don't Run
6. Brave New World
7. For the Greater Good of God
8. Wasted Years
9. The Trooper
10. The Clansman
11. Paschendale
12. The Nomad
13. The Number of the Beast
14. 22 Acacia Avenue
15. Fear Of The Dark
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16. Powerslave
17. The Clairvoyant
18. Hallowed Be Thy Name
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Old 07-18-2010, 08:25 PM
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Can I play With Madness
Sea of Madness
The Trooper
Be Quick Or Be Dead
Children Of The Damned
Blood Brothers
Wildest Dreams
Rainmaker
No More Lies
Montsegur
Dance Of Death
Gates Of Tomorrow
New Frontier
Paschendale
Face In The Sand
Age Of The Innocence
Journeyman
El doado
Fear Of The Dark
Powerslave
Number of the beast
Where Eagles Dare
Die With Your boots On
Hallowed Be Thy Name

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Old 07-18-2010, 11:26 PM
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90's greatest hits(and i actually like every song on this)
1.Be Quick or Be Dead
2.The Fugitive
3.Futureal
4.From Here to Eternity
5.Run Silent, Run Deep
6.Lord of the Flies
7.Holy Smoke
8.Virus
9.Blood on the World's Hands
10.Mother Russia
11.Afraid to Shoot Strangers
12.Bring Your Daughter...to the Slaughter
13.The Clansman
14.Fear of The Dark
15.Iron Maiden
ENCORE
16.Tailgunner
17.Sign of the Cross
18.Hallowed be thy Name
Overall one of the harder ones to do, just because the 90's were not packed with stellar material.
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