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Old 04-24-2012, 12:03 AM
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Blind Guardian -- Sao Paulo, Brazil -- April 23rd, 2012

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Sacred Worlds
Born in a Mourning Hall
Nightfall
Turn the Page
Tanelorn (Into the Void)
Lost in the Twilight Hall
Time Stands Still (At the Iron Hill)
Valhalla
Majesty
A Past and Future Secret
A Voice in the Dark
The Piper's Calling/Somewhere Far Beyond
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War of Wrath/Into the Storm
Lord of the Rings
Wheel of Time
The Bard's Song (In the Forest)
The Bard's Song (The Hobbit)
Mirror, Mirror

Yeah I want this set in America ASAP. I would kill to see Somewhere Far Beyond alone...
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Pretty damn good set!
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Jesus, a 15 song Blind Guardian set is like an hour and 45 minutes, tacking on Majesty, The Bards Song-The Hobbit and Into the Storm must have knocked it over 2 hours at least (I mentioned those because those three weren't played nearly as often as the other songs in the set when they toured the US). This is a downright fantastic Blind Guardian set though; it's got the necessary staples, three new songs plus a ton of fan favorites and rarities. Having Lost in the Twilight Hall, Majesty and Somewhere Far Beyond in the same set is just way too awesome for any American audience to appreciate. Hell, if this show happened in America, the crowd probably would've bitched about no Imaginations From the Other Side.
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Having Lost in the Twilight Hall, Majesty and Somewhere Far Beyond in the same set is just way too awesome for any American audience to appreciate. Hell, if this show happened in America, the crowd probably would've bitched about no Imaginations From the Other Side.
Exactly. Heard a lot of complaints about no Bright Eyes or Into the Storm when they were last year. There is always hope though..they did do some rare ones last go around like Time What is Time or Banish From Sanctuary.
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This set is incredible. I really hope they do another US run in the near future and play something similar to this seeing Somewhere Far Beyond really surprised me. Saw them in Philly on the sacred worlds tour my god they were amazing. Im hoping for a set like this next time around
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Also possible US tour soon? It seems they are doing a world tour for Memories
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It seems they are doing a world tour for Memories
That is probably why they added Somewhere Far Beyond and Majesty (been on two straight dates which I think is rare these days). Since both are on the compilation, along with The Hobbit.
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They started playing it a lot after the US tour which made me really sad
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