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Old 11-01-2010, 04:23 AM
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Blaze Bayley -- London, England -- October 28th, 2010

Blaze Bayley
Venue: Kings College University Student Union, London
Support: esOterica / Panic Cell / Six Second Silence

Blaze Bayley setlist:

Blackmailer
Smile Back at Death
Faceless
City of Bones
Voices From the Past
Watching the Night Sky
Letting Go of the World
Man On The Edge
Ten Seconds
Madness and Sorrow
The Man Who Would Not Die

esOterica setlist:
Tomorrow I Wonít Remember This
Samples
The Empire Of Eyes
Manimal
Silence
Scream
Watch This Drive
Donít Rely On Anyone

Panic Cell setlist:
Burden Inside
Away From Here
Splitting Skulls
Human Tarmac
Save Me
Crazy

Six Second Silence setlist:
Underworld
The Fallen
Surrender
Break Free
Awake

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Old 11-01-2010, 04:38 AM
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Hmm, short set. Symptom of too many opening bands? And I bet a few people found that a pretty unaccessible set as well. Just the one Maiden song and nothing from the first two Blaze albums... the hits fiends won't have been pleased

I skipped this one as he hasn't done another album since last time I saw him at the Underworld. I notice he's already booked next year's London show at the Underworld for May. I'll probably go to that one.
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Old 11-01-2010, 07:14 AM
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Hmm, short set. Symptom of too many opening bands? And I bet a few people found that a pretty unaccessible set as well. Just the one Maiden song and nothing from the first two Blaze albums... the hits fiends won't have been pleased

I skipped this one as he hasn't done another album since last time I saw him at the Underworld. I notice he's already booked next year's London show at the Underworld for May. I'll probably go to that one.
I don't consider myself a "hits fiend", but I do consider the first two Blaze albums to be by far the best. He's far enough along in his solo career to do no Maiden songs and build a great set. But nothing from the first two records is moronic in my opinion.
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Old 11-01-2010, 07:27 AM
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I agree. He should be hitting all of his solo albums with at least one song each. If he's got room in the set for 'Ten Seconds', he can find room for a track each from the first two.
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I don't know what the problem was but the doors opened 55mins late so everyone trimmed their sets. I understand Blaze Bayley had to cut 30mins from his, so there may have been Blaze era songs planned originally. Personally I prefer his last two albums so I was happy with that and the crowd certainly didn't seem disappointed.
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Needs more maiden songs...
and the lack of stare at the sun is disappointing, best Blaze song IMO
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Old 11-02-2010, 11:02 AM
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I don't know what the problem was but the doors opened 55mins late so everyone trimmed their sets. I understand Blaze Bayley had to cut 30mins from his
Glad I didn't bother going then. Especially with that support bill.

The lack of songs from the other Blaze albums would be my only problem. I could do without any of the Maiden songs.
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