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Old 12-19-2009, 01:23 PM
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GWAR, Sounds of the Underground, 2007

This shit has been killing me, I can't find a GWAR setlist for the 07 SOTU ANYWHEREEEEEE

anyone know it? dosen't have to be a specific date.

it was my first time seeing them, so i guess you could say it holds a place in my heart.

from what i know, they played

Tormentor
The Years Without Light
Saddam A Go-Go
I'm in Love with a Dead Dog
Warghoul
Bring Back the Bomb

probably a few more from Beyond Hell, like War is All We Know

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Old 12-19-2009, 01:46 PM
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It was :
Hell Into
Battle Lust
Years Without Light
Go to Hell
Saddam A Go Go
Dead Dog
Tormentor
Whargoul
Womb with a View
Murderer's Muse
Eight Lock
America Must Be Destroyed
Horror of Yg

at every date, although on a few, they encored with Salaminizer and Love Surgery.
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Old 12-19-2009, 02:14 PM
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I.


FUCKING.

LOVE.


YOU.


thank you so much


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I'm almost positive they encored with Immortal Corruptor at the Detroit show. I only know this because my friend was there and I left early. I asked him what the last song was and it was Immortal Corruptor. I was pissed I missed it.
I'm also pretty sure they played War Is All We Know, and I think they opened with it.
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I'm almost positive they encored with Immortal Corruptor at the Detroit show. I only know this because my friend was there and I left early. I asked him what the last song was and it was Immortal Corruptor. I was pissed I missed it.
I'm also pretty sure they played War Is All We Know, and I think they opened with it.
No War is All We Know, I can guarantee that. As for Immortal Corruptor, maybe, but I highly doubt is considering they only encored on dates which had fewer bands and therefore increased timeslots, and on all of those they appear to have done Salaminizer and Love Surgery.
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Old 12-22-2009, 11:11 AM
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It was :
Hell Into
Battle Lust
Years Without Light
Go to Hell
Saddam A Go Go
Dead Dog
Tormentor
Whargoul
Womb with a View
Murderer's Muse
Eight Lock
America Must Be Destroyed
Horror of Yg

at every date, although on a few, they encored with Salaminizer and Love Surgery.
Add Sick of You (at least on the MN date) and that's the set.
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:09 PM
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Sorry guys, I can almost 100% assure you Sick of You was never played in 2007.
It was retired from their set between Beyond Hell and May-hem (2008 spring tour.)

While I suppose it is possible GWAR may have thrown in or dropped a song during SOTU, it is extremely unlikely. Not only are all of their tours extremely rehearsed, even on headlining dates where they are not confined to a festival schedule they stick to the same setlists, except for cutting songs and/or alternating them due to venue size/time restrictions. I have read probably 5-6 different reviews with setlists of this tour, I saw it myself, I have 2 bootlegs from it, and I there are even pics floating around of the tour setlist they had. In addition I have a bootleg from an off date, and the only difference between that and the regular SOTU set is the addition of the encore, which was done on a few shows. If on a headlining date, during that same tour cycle they did not add in other songs which had been thrown in on previous dates that would completely amaze me.
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Old 12-28-2009, 09:10 AM
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yeah they change up the order and thats about it, my date added testament to the bill so they probably didnt encore, and they opened up with tormentor (i'm like 99% sure)
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Old 12-28-2009, 09:37 AM
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Sorry guys, I can almost 100% assure you Sick of You was never played in 2007.
It was retired from their set between Beyond Hell and May-hem (2008 spring tour.)

While I suppose it is possible GWAR may have thrown in or dropped a song during SOTU, it is extremely unlikely. Not only are all of their tours extremely rehearsed, even on headlining dates where they are not confined to a festival schedule they stick to the same setlists, except for cutting songs and/or alternating them due to venue size/time restrictions. I have read probably 5-6 different reviews with setlists of this tour, I saw it myself, I have 2 bootlegs from it, and I there are even pics floating around of the tour setlist they had. In addition I have a bootleg from an off date, and the only difference between that and the regular SOTU set is the addition of the encore, which was done on a few shows. If on a headlining date, during that same tour cycle they did not add in other songs which had been thrown in on previous dates that would completely amaze me.

I was there at the Myth in Maplewood, MN at the 2007 SOTU...They did Sick Of You. they ended with it. That's how it became one of my favorite GWAR songs.
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