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Old 11-10-2011, 12:20 AM
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Arrow 3 Doors Down -- New York, NY -- November 9th, 2011

What an awesome heavy band. The song Believer is an amazing heavy riff song that could almost make it on any metal album out there today. It's got the same beat, format and tempo as Breaking The Law so they launched into the chorus at the end of it, I think I was the only person that really knew what was going on . This show was awesome, great energy from the band and now if they only would abandon the sappy, hit single ballads, all would be well. I recommend Believer and Time Of My Life from the latest record, give it a shot you might be pleasantly surprised.

Time Of My Life
Duck And Run
Better Life
Away From The Sun
It's Not Me
What's Left
Citizen/Soldier
Changes
When You're Young
Loser
Round And Round
Heaven
Behind Those Eyes
Here Without You
It's Not My Time
Kryptonite
Believer / Breaking The Law (snippet)
When I'm Gone

Changes, Round And Round, Heaven, and Believer have nothing to do with the Black Sabbath, Ratt, Warrant, or Ozzy songs of the same name.

Pop Evil and Theory Of A Deadman were openers.
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Old 11-10-2011, 12:34 AM
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Damn I would have sworn by this point Theory Of A Deadman would be headlining over 3 Doors Down. This pleases me as 3 Doors Down is one of the few good Rock bands left on Mainstream radio.

Really cool set as well.
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Old 11-10-2011, 01:20 AM
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The first 2 or 3 albums by 3DD are solid, after that not so much.
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I never realized how many Three Doors Down songs I knew
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Old 11-10-2011, 02:16 AM
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Trust me they have alot more as well. They do not even play half the songs they have that are popular. 2 of my favorite songs by them they do not even play, Be Like That and Let Me Go.
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Old 11-10-2011, 06:48 AM
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Yeah, 3 Doors Down always were and will be one of the better bands of the modern rock movement. If they played close for a nice price I would consider going to see them if my girlfriend wanted to (which she would).
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only kidding that set is missing "The road I'm on"
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Old 11-10-2011, 09:04 PM
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that's a pretty good set. I've seen them twice, back before the self titled excuse for an album came out...

changes in that set is damn awesome,
the lack of be like that is pretty sad. I remember seeing it live, it was very awesome, Brad walked throughout the crowd as he sang it, just very neat to see.

but overall not a bad set by them. would be even better if they forgot they ever wrote the last two albums and just played stuff off the first 3.


well save citizen/soldier, cause that song is pretty cool.
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that's a pretty good set. I've seen them twice, back before the self titled excuse for an album came out...

changes in that set is damn awesome,
the lack of be like that is pretty sad. I remember seeing it live, it was very awesome, Brad walked throughout the crowd as he sang it, just very neat to see.

but overall not a bad set by them. would be even better if they forgot they ever wrote the last two albums and just played stuff off the first 3.


well save citizen/soldier, cause that song is pretty cool.
First 3 albums are awesome.
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