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Old 01-28-2011, 08:19 AM
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I'm actually serious, I would much rather that than a set of obvious hits.

I know which one they're more l likely to do though!
So many people would be pissed. I don't think i would be one of them. As long as they threw a few of the hits. See when I saw them they did the hits, but actually left out a few. Shit even my dad was like "what the fuck?"

they need to play Between the Hammer and the Anvil for sure
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:25 AM
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So many people would be pissed. I don't think i would be one of them. As long as they threw a few of the hits. See when I saw them they did the hits, but actually left out a few. Shit even my dad was like "what the fuck?"

they need to play Between the Hammer and the Anvil for sure
They played that last time.

I like when bands leave out obvious songs. Obvious is boring.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:30 AM
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They played that last time.

I like when bands leave out obvious songs. Obvious is boring.
Ya they played it when I saw them, but thats a really good song so I wouldn't mind it. Did they play Diamonds and Rust when you saw them? I don't care if its a cover, it's a kick ass cover
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I think farewell tours can be an exception, though. Is Breaking the Law the best Judas Priest song ever? Well, no, but if I'm never going to see Judas Priest again, yeah, I wanna hear it. Their 2008 setlist was awesome, but adding like three more hits to it would not ruin the principle.
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I think farewell tours can be an exception, though. Is Breaking the Law the best Judas Priest song ever? Well, no, but if I'm never going to see Judas Priest again, yeah, I wanna hear it. Their 2008 setlist was awesome, but adding like three more hits to it would not ruin the principle.
Id like for them to play more off of painkiller and screaming for vengance. one or two new songs wont be bad. But if it is a farewell tour fans will want classic priest.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:35 AM
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Id like for them to play more off of painkiller and screaming for vengance. one or two new songs wont be bad. But if it is a farewell tour fans will want classic priest.
A mix would be nice. I've seen most of the hits, so some rarities would be kick ass, of course a couple of new ones would be cool, and ya i would want to see some hits. But i don't want a set full of hits..
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:48 AM
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I like when bands mark their farewell by bringing out stuff they've never played. That's a far better way to mark the occasion than just playing all the songs they've played countless times before. There's nothing memorable or special about that.

Yeah, if we're never going to get to see them again roll out some of the all-time popular stuff for the last time. But if we can sit here and write down 20 obvious songs and they play all 20, that's pathetic. No exceptions to that.
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A Maiden/Priest tour would never be co-headlining. It would always be Priest as special guests.

No idea on Maiden's support. Nothing's been said, although I strongly suspect the support for the couple of US shows will be very different to the UK and European legs. I even expect the UK ones to be different to the rest of Europe.
As long as we don't get Trivium or the Avril Lavigne cover band that opened for Maiden last time I saw them. Talk about a whole stadium shouting "Maiden" at the top of thier lungs for 45 minutes straight lol.
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I like when bands mark their farewell by bringing out stuff they've never played. That's a far better way to mark the occasion than just playing all the songs they've played countless times before. There's nothing memorable or special about that.

Yeah, if we're never going to get to see them again roll out some of the all-time popular stuff for the last time. But if we can sit here and write down 20 obvious songs and they play all 20, that's pathetic. No exceptions to that.
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