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Old 01-22-2005, 06:23 PM
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Queensrÿche -- St. Louis, MO -- January 20th, 2005


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Pop's, Sauget, IL, 1/20/05

1. The Whisper
2. Empire
3. Another Rainy Night
4. Open
5. Take Hold of the Flame
6. When the Rain Comes
7. Last Time In Paris
8. Jet City Woman
9. Silent Lucidity
(About 45 Minutes)

10. I Remember Now
11. Anarchy X
12. Revolution Calling
13. Operation Mindcrime
14. Speak
15. Spreading the Disease
16. The Mission
17. Suite Sister Mary
18. The Needle Lies
19. Electric Requiem
20. Breaking the Silence
21. I Don't Believe in Love
22. Waiting for 22
23. My Empty Room
24. Eyes of a Stranger
(About 1 Hour and 15 Minutes)


Vocals: Geoff Tate
Guitar: Michael Wilton
Guitar: Mike Stone
Bass: Ed Jackson
Drums: Scott Rockenfield

No Opening Act

Another excellent show from Queensryche depite the adversity. Pop's is not a good place to see a show. The acoustics were terrible, the stage was too small, and the sound during the first set was not very good. It started to even out towards the end of the first set and the Mindcrime set sounded much better. Overall, it was still a great show. Opening with "The Whisper" was great for the old school fans (I loved it), but a lot of people did not know it. I was surprised that they played "Last Time In Paris." Again, most people did not know that one but I thought it was cool. They stretched a few of the songs from Mindcrime, particularly "Electric Requiem" and "My Empty Room." The show started a half hour late, and the intermission was about 25 minutes long. "Hostage" was played through the PA at the end of the show accompanied by a video on the main screen.
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Old 01-24-2005, 05:43 PM
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Thanks for the list! Though very jealous, I just gotta know that eventually I'll see them.
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Im jealous, though I heard they're gonna open for Priest, so I'll have another chance to see them.
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Thanks, I wasnít sure about the tracks other than OMC so thatís why I didnít post the set. I was disappointed that they didnít do Queen Of The Reich. I remember the first time I saw the video on Mtv when I was really fucking young. I donít even think I was 5 or 6 yet.
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Pretty uneventful first set, but nonetheless I am still sad I won't be seeing them this tour probably Thanks for the report Wrathchild
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Old 01-30-2005, 08:24 AM
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Im jealous, though I heard they're gonna open for Priest, so I'll have another chance to see them.

Yes, I think Queensryche/Priest would be an excellent tour! Halford/QR/Maiden was unbelievable!


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Thanks, I wasnít sure about the tracks other than OMC so thatís why I didnít post the set. I was disappointed that they didnít do Queen Of The Reich. I remember the first time I saw the video on Mtv when I was really fucking young. I donít even think I was 5 or 6 yet.
No problem. I have been listening to Queensryche since '84. I had heard the EP and it blew me away. I got The Warning as soon as it came out. I think that the first set was really cool but not necessarily a "greatest hits" set. I love hearing some songs that they haven't played before but I know a lot of people did not know them. And I love hearing anything off of Rage For Order!

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Don't know much about Queensryche anymore, but theyt sure should play ''Queen Of The Reich'' in every god damn show they do


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