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Old 07-16-2011, 12:11 AM
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Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (Paul Simon Cover)
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Why Do All Girls Think They're Fat
She Has a Girlfriend Now
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:22 AM
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I appreciate that we all like different kinds of music...really, I truly do. I do as well. I can't imagine only listening to one genre/type of music. Quite frankly, I shudder at the mere thought. When I come here, though, it's because I'm looking to check out metal and hard rock set lists. Not U2. Not Eric Clapton. Not Reel Big Fish.

Again, I LOVE musical diversity. When a website in particular, however, is designed to deliver certain goods, I expect those specific goods, and nothing else.

Enough is enough. Let's stop abusing this forum, and use it for what it's intended, shall we?
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:55 AM
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I appreciate that we all like different kinds of music...really, I truly do. I do as well. I can't imagine only listening to one genre/type of music. Quite frankly, I shudder at the mere thought. When I come here, though, it's because I'm looking to check out metal and hard rock set lists. Not U2. Not Eric Clapton. Not Reel Big Fish.

Again, I LOVE musical diversity. When a website in particular, however, is designed to deliver certain goods, I expect those specific goods, and nothing else.

Enough is enough. Let's stop abusing this forum, and use it for what it's intended, shall we?
Hmmmm haha

I get what you mean to a certain extent. This is a "metal" setlists website. It should be for metal shows only, as intended by the creator, but I feel that there are a few other genres out there that we can branch off to and post about as well. I feel any genre can be posted on this forum, but there should be a review with it other than just the songs. I'm not dissing brutald at all, but if you feel inclined enough to post a nonmetal setlist here, then a review should be there too so that we can all appreciate why this show was posted. Theres a country setlist I'm going to post on here in the next few days, just been lazy haha, and I know people will hate on it, but there were fucking great moments during that show I couldn't not share.
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:58 AM
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I mean absolutely no disrespect, either. That was not/would never be my intention. I'm just of the opinion that a few too many liberties have been taken of late.
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Old 07-16-2011, 06:40 AM
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I appreciate that we all like different kinds of music...really, I truly do. I do as well. I can't imagine only listening to one genre/type of music. Quite frankly, I shudder at the mere thought. When I come here, though, it's because I'm looking to check out metal and hard rock set lists. Not U2. Not Eric Clapton. Not Reel Big Fish.

Again, I LOVE musical diversity. When a website in particular, however, is designed to deliver certain goods, I expect those specific goods, and nothing else.

Enough is enough. Let's stop abusing this forum, and use it for what it's intended, shall we?
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Old 07-16-2011, 07:39 AM
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I appreciate that we all like different kinds of music...really, I truly do. I do as well. I can't imagine only listening to one genre/type of music. Quite frankly, I shudder at the mere thought. When I come here, though, it's because I'm looking to check out metal and hard rock set lists. Not U2. Not Eric Clapton. Not Reel Big Fish.

Again, I LOVE musical diversity. When a website in particular, however, is designed to deliver certain goods, I expect those specific goods, and nothing else.

Enough is enough. Let's stop abusing this forum, and use it for what it's intended, shall we?
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Old 07-16-2011, 08:01 AM
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I think if other people on the forum like the band then it has every right to be posted here. Does it really ruin your day if you log on to this site and see a setlist that ins't metal? Just ignore and move on with your life. I do agree with what vegantopher said, if your going to post a non metal band you should at least put a show review with it. That being said this is a pretty good set and hopefully I will be seeing these guys next month.
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Old 07-16-2011, 09:06 AM
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I posted a Big D and The Kids Table setlist a few months ago and they're ska. I believe most metal/hardcore/punk/ska setslists should be welcome here.
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