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Old 09-29-2010, 01:56 PM
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I would prefer if Halford played Halford and Priest played Priest.
i respect that, but in the press release he made it a point to say that he would be playing a variety that everyone would know, specifically including priest.
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Old 09-29-2010, 03:30 PM
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Old 09-29-2010, 03:52 PM
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Old 09-29-2010, 04:15 PM
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I saw this tour when it was in the US and it was an excellent show. Queensryche also opened and their set actually wasn't filled with shitty songs like it is now

Here's what they played at my show:

Revolution Calling
Empire
Falling Down
Speak
Damaged
The Lady Wore Black
Walk In The Shadows
Queen Of The Reich
Take Hold Of The Flame
Eyes Of A Stranger

Halford's Set:

Resurrection
Made in Hell
Into the Pit
Stained Class
Cyberworld
Night Fall
The Hellion
Electric Eye
Riding on the Wind
Breaking the Law
Tyrant

People may have not have known Halford's solo stuff but the crowd response to him was great.

Maiden's set of course was the same. They were awesome and with it being their big comback album/tour with Bruce there was a magic in the air that couldn't be described.

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Old 09-29-2010, 05:14 PM
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Halford playing lots of Priest was acceptable at that point as he had only one album out. He has a lot of solid material now and does not need to rely on Priest. However, he could make better choices about the few Priest songs he will inevitably play.
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Old 09-29-2010, 06:12 PM
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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 may be in that minority, I really dig never Satisfied so i would like to hear that. priest wont play it. At this point since he is back in priest I'd rather he do more solo and fight then priest. I saw this tour and since he was not in priest at the time i did nearly shit myself when he busted out tyrant. best song of the night.
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Old 09-29-2010, 07:33 PM
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Because he actually played the songs people cared about (i.e. Priest songs).
I mean the thing is, his set at Ozzfest was only what...45 minutes? I actually kind of understand why he chose more solo stuff over Priest stuff with that amount of time. With any luck he'll get an hour at Ozzfest and he'll be able to squeeze more Priest stuff in.
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I take it you've never heard Rock In Rio.
Yeah of course I have, it's just that I assumed that they had retired that song, along with all the Blaze-era tunes.
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Old 09-30-2010, 12:41 AM
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I saw this show twice: dynamo open air and graspop metal meeting. I wanted to go to Essen but my parrents wouldnt borrow me their car. I really thought afterwards I saw reviews and setlists from that show including the fallen angel. I really hated dream of mirrors in that set.
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