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Old 09-29-2010, 05:35 AM
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Iron Maiden -- Essen, Germany -- November 6th, 2000

Essen, GER - Grugahalle
2000-11-06

Maiden returned to Germany for this make-up-date since they had to cancel a couple of shows during the summer when Janick fell of the stage. With Halford opening with a KILLER-set for 60 minutes and the Maiden slaughtering the audience as usual you could not go wrong. Me and a friend drove 9 hours straight, saw the gig, then drove for 9 hours to get home again. It was worth it.

Halford setlist:
Resurrection
Made in hell
Locked and loaded
Into the pit
Stained class
Jawbreaker
Running wild
Saviour
Silent screams
Cyberworld
Night fall
Electric eye
Riding on the wind
Metal gods
Breaking the law
Tyrant

Iron Maiden:
The wickerman
Ghost of the navigator
Brave new world
Wrathchild
2 minutes to midnight
Blood brothers
Sign of the cross
The mercenary
The trooper
Dream of mirrors
The clansman
The evil that men do
Fear of the dark
Iron maiden
The number of the beast
Hallowed be thy name
Sanctuary

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Old 09-29-2010, 06:15 AM
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I'm pretty sure maiden played the fallen angel. One of the few shows they played that song.

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wow that halford set is so much better than the one at ozzfest
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wow that halford set is so much better than the one at ozzfest
Because he actually played the songs people cared about (i.e. Priest songs).
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Chrispat: Sorry, but they didnīt. I had high hopes they would cut out the awful Mercenary and replace it with Fallen Angel, but they didnīt. Apart from my correct memory I have a full cd-recording and full dvd from the gig too.

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Because he actually played the songs people cared about (i.e. Priest songs).
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Because he actually played the songs people cared about (i.e. Priest songs).
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I'm not knoking his solo stuff at all, but let's be real, what would you rather hear? Made of Metal or Tyrant? He could at least throw in a Priest song that people actually know/care about, because I don't think anyone was jumping for joy when they found out he was playing a song from Rock 'n' Rolla.
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I'm not knoking his solo stuff at all, but let's be real, what would you rather hear? Made of Metal or Tyrant? He could at least throw in a Priest song that people actually know/care about, because I don't think anyone was jumping for joy when they found out he was playing a song from Rock 'n' Rolla.
I would prefer if Halford played Halford and Priest played Priest.
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Because he actually played the songs people cared about (i.e. Priest songs).
sad but true.
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