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Old 05-30-2005, 09:33 PM
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Cool Judas Priest -- Cleveland, OH -- May 30th, 2005

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Cleveland Set List
I just got back from the Cleveland concert. More to come, but here is the set list... From the Japanese set list they dropped "The Ripper," "Hot Rockin," and "Worth Fighting For."

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SETLIST

The Hellion/Electric Eye
Metal Gods
Riding On The Wind
A Touch Of Evil
Judas Rising
Revolution
Breaking The Law
I'm A Rocker
Diamonds And Rust
Deal With The Devil
Beyond The Realms Of Death
Turbo Lover
Hellrider
Victim Of Changes
Exciter
Painkiller
<Encore>
Hell Bent For Leather
Living After Midnight
You've Got Another Thing Comin'

note:rob had a cold

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REVIEW
I would put this concert in at least the top third of the times I have seen Priest / Rob. They really seem to be having fun and engaged in the songs. I think they dig playing a bunch of new songs. Lot of interplay between Rob and Glen... sure seem like they are enjoying things.
I was in the fifth row dead center tonight (with my wife, who was seeing Priest for the second time, but for the first time with Rob). I had a hard time making out Rob's comments, but I THINK he said that they had just come back from Japan and that he had a cold, but he could have just said that the temperature was cold (it was in the 50s). I think he did have a cold because although he sounded great, he did seem to get a little tired at the end and he smiled and help his two hands to his throat a couple of times after songs like he was working hard.
Glen seemed very happy and into it. He actually spent quite a bit of time on the left side (KK's side). I think there was a chick he was working over there. KK was great. He is all business... throwing shadows, slapping hands, rocking out, clapping. There were some great backdrops. There was really big backdrop of the AOR cover which came out during Judas Rising.
Queensryche started at 7:30 and played until about 8:25. Priest came on about 8:55 and played almost exactly two hours. Here are some random comments:
The Hellion/Electric Eye - The opening was the same as Ozzfest.
Metal Gods - The robot walk... same as the AOR DVD.
Riding On The Wind - Great version. Rob was in fine form. Lots of good extra screams. One of my all-time favorites in concert.
A Touch Of Evil - Again, just like AOR DVD and Ozzfest.
Judas Rising - I don't claim to be an expert, but the sound mix sounded bad on this. Rob was elevated above Scott's drums and was singing above what appeared to be a flaming pot or chest. That was the high
Revolution - Rob said "Angel of Retribution... Judas Rising... It's a Revolution." They had white flags on each side of the stage with the AOR logo on it. Rob and Glen waved them.
Breaking The Law - They all kicked it off together like the AOR DVD.
I'm A Rocker - I liked this tune on the Ram It Down tour and it really holds up.
Diamonds And Rust - Good version.
Deal With The Devil - Best new song of the night. They really sounded tight on this one. Rob did not use a teleprompter.
Beyond The Realms Of Death - Great version. Double disco balls. Rob seemed really impassioned after this one. He was breathing very heavily and just looked out into the crowd as he recaptured his breath.
Turbo Lover - The day I got Turbo I complained too about the synths, but this song really holds up. The crowd loved it.
Hellrider - Rob was on the teleprompter the whole time leaning on his mike stand looking down into the floor.
Victim Of Changes - Good version. Rob put his hands around his throat afterwards like he was joking that that was hard on his voice.
Exciter - He looked at Glen and said it had been a "long fucking time" since they had played this song in North America (although the Halford band did a great version)
Painkiller - Sounded a bit strained at the end.
<Encore>
Hell Bent For Leather - Same as AOR DVD. I wish Rob would get off the bike during the song.
Living After Midnight - direct seque from HBFL. Fun, crowd pleasing
You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Rob did his whole "yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah." He also added a nice sing-along melody at the end the crowd got into.
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Old 05-31-2005, 06:23 AM
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So this is what I can look forward to hearing tomorrow providing they don't change it around. I'd like to hear "The Sentinel" and "Worth Fighting For" but I'm not going to complain. I'm in the ninth row for the mighty Priest
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Funeral Pyre: FROM THE ROBHALFORD.COM BB

Cleveland Set List
I just got back from the Cleveland concert. More to come, but here is the set list... From the Japanese set list they dropped "The Ripper," "Hot Rockin," and "Worth Fighting For."

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
SETLIST

The Hellion/Electric Eye
Metal Gods
Riding On The Wind
A Touch Of Evil
Judas Rising
Revolution
Breaking The Law
I'm A Rocker
Diamonds And Rust
Deal With The Devil
Beyond The Realms Of Death
Turbo Lover
Hellrider
Victim Of Changes
Exciter
Painkiller
<Encore>
Hell Bent For Leather
Living After Midnight
You've Got Another Thing Comin'

note:rob had a cold

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REVIEW
I would put this concert in at least the top third of the times I have seen Priest / Rob. They really seem to be having fun and engaged in the songs. I think they dig playing a bunch of new songs. Lot of interplay between Rob and Glen... sure seem like they are enjoying things.
I was in the fifth row dead center tonight (with my wife, who was seeing Priest for the second time, but for the first time with Rob). I had a hard time making out Rob's comments, but I THINK he said that they had just come back from Japan and that he had a cold, but he could have just said that the temperature was cold (it was in the 50s). I think he did have a cold because although he sounded great, he did seem to get a little tired at the end and he smiled and help his two hands to his throat a couple of times after songs like he was working hard.
Glen seemed very happy and into it. He actually spent quite a bit of time on the left side (KK's side). I think there was a chick he was working over there. KK was great. He is all business... throwing shadows, slapping hands, rocking out, clapping. There were some great backdrops. There was really big backdrop of the AOR cover which came out during Judas Rising.
Queensryche started at 7:30 and played until about 8:25. Priest came on about 8:55 and played almost exactly two hours. Here are some random comments:
The Hellion/Electric Eye - The opening was the same as Ozzfest.
Metal Gods - The robot walk... same as the AOR DVD.
Riding On The Wind - Great version. Rob was in fine form. Lots of good extra screams. One of my all-time favorites in concert.
A Touch Of Evil - Again, just like AOR DVD and Ozzfest.
Judas Rising - I don't claim to be an expert, but the sound mix sounded bad on this. Rob was elevated above Scott's drums and was singing above what appeared to be a flaming pot or chest. That was the high
Revolution - Rob said "Angel of Retribution... Judas Rising... It's a Revolution." They had white flags on each side of the stage with the AOR logo on it. Rob and Glen waved them.
Breaking The Law - They all kicked it off together like the AOR DVD.
I'm A Rocker - I liked this tune on the Ram It Down tour and it really holds up.
Diamonds And Rust - Good version.
Deal With The Devil - Best new song of the night. They really sounded tight on this one. Rob did not use a teleprompter.
Beyond The Realms Of Death - Great version. Double disco balls. Rob seemed really impassioned after this one. He was breathing very heavily and just looked out into the crowd as he recaptured his breath.
Turbo Lover - The day I got Turbo I complained too about the synths, but this song really holds up. The crowd loved it.
Hellrider - Rob was on the teleprompter the whole time leaning on his mike stand looking down into the floor.
Victim Of Changes - Good version. Rob put his hands around his throat afterwards like he was joking that that was hard on his voice.
Exciter - He looked at Glen and said it had been a "long fucking time" since they had played this song in North America (although the Halford band did a great version)
Painkiller - Sounded a bit strained at the end.
<Encore>
Hell Bent For Leather - Same as AOR DVD. I wish Rob would get off the bike during the song.
Living After Midnight - direct seque from HBFL. Fun, crowd pleasing
You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Rob did his whole "yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah." He also added a nice sing-along melody at the end the crowd got into.
Any info on the Queensryche setlist?
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Old 05-31-2005, 09:01 AM
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Well whaddya know, another band deciding to drop tunes for a US tour Hopefully this is only because Rob had a cold, but especially if Worth Fighting For is not kept I will be PISSED
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Old 05-31-2005, 10:18 AM
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Well whaddya know, another band deciding to drop tunes for a US tour Hopefully this is only because Rob had a cold, but especially if Worth Fighting For is not kept I will be PISSED
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does anyone have the queensyrche set list?
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Funeral Pyre: FROM THE ROBHALFORD.COM BB

Cleveland Set List
I just got back from the Cleveland concert. More to come, but here is the set list... From the Japanese set list they dropped "The Ripper," "Hot Rockin," and "Worth Fighting For."

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
SETLIST

The Hellion/Electric Eye
Metal Gods
Riding On The Wind
A Touch Of Evil
Judas Rising
Revolution
Breaking The Law
I'm A Rocker
Diamonds And Rust
Deal With The Devil
Beyond The Realms Of Death
Turbo Lover
Hellrider
Victim Of Changes
Exciter
Painkiller
<Encore>
Hell Bent For Leather
Living After Midnight
You've Got Another Thing Comin'

note:rob had a cold

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
REVIEW
I would put this concert in at least the top third of the times I have seen Priest / Rob. They really seem to be having fun and engaged in the songs. I think they dig playing a bunch of new songs. Lot of interplay between Rob and Glen... sure seem like they are enjoying things.
I was in the fifth row dead center tonight (with my wife, who was seeing Priest for the second time, but for the first time with Rob). I had a hard time making out Rob's comments, but I THINK he said that they had just come back from Japan and that he had a cold, but he could have just said that the temperature was cold (it was in the 50s). I think he did have a cold because although he sounded great, he did seem to get a little tired at the end and he smiled and help his two hands to his throat a couple of times after songs like he was working hard.
Glen seemed very happy and into it. He actually spent quite a bit of time on the left side (KK's side). I think there was a chick he was working over there. KK was great. He is all business... throwing shadows, slapping hands, rocking out, clapping. There were some great backdrops. There was really big backdrop of the AOR cover which came out during Judas Rising.
Queensryche started at 7:30 and played until about 8:25. Priest came on about 8:55 and played almost exactly two hours. Here are some random comments:
The Hellion/Electric Eye - The opening was the same as Ozzfest.
Metal Gods - The robot walk... same as the AOR DVD.
Riding On The Wind - Great version. Rob was in fine form. Lots of good extra screams. One of my all-time favorites in concert.
A Touch Of Evil - Again, just like AOR DVD and Ozzfest.
Judas Rising - I don't claim to be an expert, but the sound mix sounded bad on this. Rob was elevated above Scott's drums and was singing above what appeared to be a flaming pot or chest. That was the high
Revolution - Rob said "Angel of Retribution... Judas Rising... It's a Revolution." They had white flags on each side of the stage with the AOR logo on it. Rob and Glen waved them.
Breaking The Law - They all kicked it off together like the AOR DVD.
I'm A Rocker - I liked this tune on the Ram It Down tour and it really holds up.
Diamonds And Rust - Good version.
Deal With The Devil - Best new song of the night. They really sounded tight on this one. Rob did not use a teleprompter.
Beyond The Realms Of Death - Great version. Double disco balls. Rob seemed really impassioned after this one. He was breathing very heavily and just looked out into the crowd as he recaptured his breath.
Turbo Lover - The day I got Turbo I complained too about the synths, but this song really holds up. The crowd loved it.
Hellrider - Rob was on the teleprompter the whole time leaning on his mike stand looking down into the floor.
Victim Of Changes - Good version. Rob put his hands around his throat afterwards like he was joking that that was hard on his voice.
Exciter - He looked at Glen and said it had been a "long fucking time" since they had played this song in North America (although the Halford band did a great version)
Painkiller - Sounded a bit strained at the end.
<Encore>
Hell Bent For Leather - Same as AOR DVD. I wish Rob would get off the bike during the song.
Living After Midnight - direct seque from HBFL. Fun, crowd pleasing
You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Rob did his whole "yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah." He also added a nice sing-along melody at the end the crowd got into.
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Cleveland Review Well I have recovered from last night's Metal Onslaught by the Mighty Priest!! I was very pleased with the show. My daughter was comlpetely awe-struck by the Priest expierence.

Queensryche was very good. Geoff Tate sounding great The crowd wasn't very thick during their set bt they sounded really good. The only problem I had was the music tended to drown out Tate's vocals at times.

They started right on time. Queensryche ended around 8:30 and Priest started right at 9:00. The setlist was the same as the Japan tour without The Ripper. The Hellion and Electric was a great way to start. Everyone expected Rob to walk out from the large eye.Half-way through the song he appeared on the left upper stage he was elevated through a hole in the floor. Took me by suprise.

Rob was in top form. Riding On The Wind was great! Rob killed the vocals on this one. He let out some great screams at times I didn't even expect. He was very active throughout the entire show. He had between 6 and 8 coat changes. Revolution was cool because he hung a large white flag on both sides of the upper part of the stage.

The highlight for me was Diamonds and Rust. About brang me to tears. Very cool starting it with acoustics and ending it electric. Very emotional moment for myself. That song holds a special place in my heart.

Judas Is Rising was awesome. Rob was elevated through a hole in the upper middle portion of the stage behind the drums with flames at his feet. Very cool!!

Other highlights were BTROD, Painkiller and Exciter. I believe it was Painkiller when Rob as at the right corner of the stage screaming his brains out in some fans face!!!!. Fucking awesome.

The Bike, what can I say? Fucking great!! Rob and the band looked and sounded very tight. They were all enjoying themselves and very energetic the whole night. They were definitely crowd pleasers.

Rob ended the night by saying "God bless America during this Memorial Day and bring those troops home!"

It was everything I was hoping for and even more. The background of the stage changed about 4 times or so. They definitely proved that they are still the pinnacle of Heavy Metal!
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hopefully the ripper will find its way back in, but as long as they play exciter and riding on the wind, I'll be happy
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hopefully the ripper will find its way back in, but as long as they play exciter and riding on the wind, I'll be happy
YEAH BUT THE RIPPER IS A CLASSIC!
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