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Old 08-06-2008, 08:01 PM
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Metal Masters Tour -- Camden, NJ -- August 6th, 2008

According to the ticket, the concert started at 5:30. Due to work and traffic I couldn't get there until 6:45. So I missed all of Testament and part of Motorhead. However, I found Testament's setlist on another site:

Over The Wall
More Than Meets The Eye
Henchman Ride
D.N.R.
Three Days In Darkness
Disciples Of The Watch


Motorhead finished at approximately 7:15. Here's the full setlist, even though I missed seeing the first 3 songs:

Dr. Rock
Stay Clean
Be My Baby
The Killers
Metropolis
Over The Top
In The Name Of Tragedy
Just 'Cos You Got The Power
Going To Brazil
Killed By Death
Ace Of Spades
Overkill


Heaven & Hell played from 7:45 to 9:00. I was sitting next to the soundboard and I saw Neon Knights was supposed to be the encore, but I guess it was dropped due to time constraints.

E5150
The Mob Rules
Children Of The Sea
I
The Sign of the Southern Cross
Ear In The Wall
Drum Solo
Time Machine
Falling Off The Edge Of The World
Die Young
Heaven And Hell


Judas Priest played from 9:30 to 11:00. Their setlist was the same as previously reported on this site:

Dawn Of Creation
Prophecy
Metal Gods
Eat Me Alive
Between The Hammer And The Anvil
Devil's Child
Breaking The Law
Hell Patrol
Dissident Aggressor
Angel
The Hellion / Electric Eye
Rock Hard, Ride Free
Painkiller
------Encore------
Hell Bent For Leather
The Green Manalishi
You've Got Another Thing Coming


In conclusion, I thought all the bands (that I heard) sounded absolutely excellent. I wouldn't consider myself a die-hard fan of any of these bands, but I thought this was a great tour. I definitely recommend going!

My pictures from the show are here: http://pictures.leglessmoof.net/v/concerts/2008_08_06/
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Old 08-06-2008, 08:33 PM
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Time Machine, eh? Hmm.
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A.How much were the shirts?
B.Did they have any cool Judas Priest shirts?
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A.How much were the shirts?
B.Did they have any cool Judas Priest shirts?
Sorry, I spent all my money on beer so I didn't check the merch stand. However, I saw the following quote on Blabbermouth.net:

"The Shirts were a fucking rip-off though. $40 each and they were all for the individual bands, no 'Metal Masters' shirt, except for the black guys outside."
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Old 08-07-2008, 05:36 AM
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Old 08-07-2008, 05:45 AM
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Going to the Bristow show tonight and Holmdel Sat, will be great. I will try to remember Testament and Motorhead sets if they arent posted by then.
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Old 08-07-2008, 06:29 AM
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Shit, I figured if I waited this long, someone else would have a review up.

Anyway:

My friend and I got there around 6, just in time to see the last Testament song, but being that I thought it sounded like crap, I really wasn't upset. I'm not a Motorhead fan, but honestly they weren't bad.
Heaven and Hell were most excellent but just didn't play long enough. Seriously, what the fuck are you doing a drum solo for when you're only playing 9 songs? Especially when Vinnie Appice isn't exactly the world's greatest drummer, to say the least. Also, they could do with shortening up the rediculously long version of Heaven and Hell. Regardless, they just didn't play long enough. I can't complain too much though, as "Time Machine", and "Ear in the Wall" were great surprises and I didn't think they'd keep "Falling Off the Edge of the World" in a shortened set like that.
Judas Priest had, seriously, one of the best live mixes and sounds I've ever heard. It was crystal clear, I was seriously impressed. The highlight of the show for me was "Hell Patrol".
The show wasn't incredible, it's hard for me to really be into something from the lawn, but it was well worth the money I spent to buy Nostradamus to get a free ticket.
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Just speculation, but I think the drum solo is included to give Dio a break. All of his recent solo tours (that I know of) have had one also.

Or maybe he just likes drum solos.
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damn i want to see this show already
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