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Old 08-12-2012, 10:10 PM
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Ministry -- Saint-Petersburg, Russia -- August 12th, 2012

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/minist...-53dc3785.html

Did not attend show, was busy watching Dispatch and City & Colour in Golden Gate Park

Ghouldiggers
No W
Rio Grande Blood
LiesLiesLies
99 Percenters
Watch Yourself
Life Is Good
Waiting
Relapse
The Last Sucker
Khyber Pass

Psalm 69
N.W.O.
Just One Fix
Thieves

So What

United Forces (S.O.D. cover)
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Old 08-13-2012, 12:28 AM
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Ghouldiggers
No W
Rio Grande Blood
LiesLiesLies
99 Percenters
Watch Yourself
Life Is Good
Waiting
Relapse
The Last Sucker
Khyber Pass

Psalm 69
N.W.O.
Just One Fix
Thieves

So What

United Forces (S.O.D. cover)
God, what a stale setlist. In my opinion, it needs more from the "Land of Rape and Honey" and "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste" albums.
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Old 08-13-2012, 04:34 AM
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Before "CU Latour" their supposed final tour Ministry put out a press release stating they were going to do set lists composed of songs throughout their 30 year career. Instead what we got was a set composed entirely of songs from Houses of the Mole forward with an encore of NWO, Just One Fix (both sung by Burton Bell of Fear Factory, not by Al by the way), Thieves and So What, followed by another encore of four boring covers. We were blown away with disappointment, especially after having seen Ministry several times starting with the Filth Pig tour and always having amazing set lists.

I guess Al has some kind of problem with his old songs. Maybe they remind him of bitterness with Paul Barker, who knows? Either way every set list since then has sucked hard.
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Old 08-13-2012, 04:37 AM
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Before "CU Latour" their supposed final tour Ministry put out a press release stating they were going to do set lists composed of songs throughout their 30 year career. Instead what we got was a set composed entirely of songs from Houses of the Mole forward with an encore of NWO, Just One Fix (both sung by Burton Bell of Fear Factory, not by Al by the way), Thieves and So What, followed by another encore of four boring covers. We were blown away with disappointment, especially after having seen Ministry several times starting with the Filth Pig tour and always having amazing set lists.

I guess Al has some kind of problem with his old songs. Maybe they remind him of bitterness with Paul Barker, who knows? Either way every set list since then has sucked hard.
Agreed 100%. I'm not a huge Ministry fan and that show was my first of theirs. I was so disappointed that we got the set we did (especially having Burton sing your classics). If Meshuggah hadn't opened, I would have wanted my money back.
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Old 08-13-2012, 08:19 AM
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I saw the CU L8Tour two nights in row here in Vancouver and yeah the setlist was dissapointing. I was really only there for Meshuggah as they are my fav Metal band. I will also state though, Ministry sounded crushing even if it was mostly just newer songs. Id still see AL and Co. live again givin the chance.
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I like the inclusion of So What and Psalm 69....... I got to hear those when I saw them in '06 on the MasturbaTour, along with Stigmata. Can't understand why they don't play that at every show. I want to see Ministry again, even if the setlist isn't the greatest
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