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Old 01-11-2009, 11:21 AM
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Hmm, half the new album, some surprises from Vain Glory Opera CD - which is awesome! Love that album, but now missing other favorites like Mysteria, Vain Glory Opera , Sacrifice...honestly I didn't like the new album that much but the songs they chose to perform were some of ones I liked better except "Nine Lives" which should be like "Wake Up Dreaming Black" or something. Speedhoven is a big fuck yes, that's my favorite on the album. Dead Or Rock...interesting opener. Well, I'll see what they'll have when they come to the USA again.
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:28 PM
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Hmm, half the new album, some surprises from Vain Glory Opera CD - which is awesome! Love that album, but now missing other favorites like Mysteria, Vain Glory Opera , Sacrifice...honestly I didn't like the new album that much but the songs they chose to perform were some of ones I liked better except "Nine Lives" which should be like "Wake Up Dreaming Black" or something. Speedhoven is a big fuck yes, that's my favorite on the album. Dead Or Rock...interesting opener. Well, I'll see what they'll have when they come to the USA again.
If they dump Until We Rise Again, The Pharoah, and/or The Headless Game for stuff like Vain Glory Opera, Tears of a Mandrake, Mysteria, Babylon, etc, I probably won't go to see them this fall.
This fall will be my fifth time seeing Edguy (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008), and I have been bored to death with their set lists as of late. This would be my fourth time seeing VGO and Tears, and my third seeing Mysteria and Babylon. I'd rather have gems like those that I've never seen before.
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Old 01-11-2009, 01:24 PM
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If they dump Until We Rise Again, The Pharoah, and/or The Headless Game for stuff like Vain Glory Opera, Tears of a Mandrake, Mysteria, Babylon, etc, I probably won't go to see them this fall.
This fall will be my fifth time seeing Edguy (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008), and I have been bored to death with their set lists as of late. This would be my fourth time seeing VGO and Tears, and my third seeing Mysteria and Babylon. I'd rather have gems like those that I've never seen before.
I have to agree with you. I'd love to see The Pharoah, since it seems they don't play it that often and Mandrake is my favorite Edguy album. I, on the other hand, have never seen Edguy before - but I'm sure I'll see them more than once, so there's plenty of time for me to see Tears of a Mandrake (even if it's my favorite Edguy song, period), Vain Glory Opera, etc at another show. So, bring on the lesser-played songs! BRING ON THE PHAROAH!
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Old 01-11-2009, 04:22 PM
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this setlist works for me esp when they include the headless game. but if they were to bring back the standards i wouldnt complain since ive never seen Edguy before. I decided to go see Kamelot instead of Edguy back in 07. (the shows were like 2 weeks apart and i could only afford one at the time).
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Old 01-11-2009, 10:18 PM
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If they dump Until We Rise Again, The Pharoah, and/or The Headless Game for stuff like Vain Glory Opera, Tears of a Mandrake, Mysteria, Babylon, etc, I probably won't go to see them this fall.
This fall will be my fifth time seeing Edguy (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008), and I have been bored to death with their set lists as of late. This would be my fourth time seeing VGO and Tears, and my third seeing Mysteria and Babylon. I'd rather have gems like those that I've never seen before.
I feel the same exact way, especially since Until We Rise Again is one of my favorite Edguy songs.
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Check out our review please!
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Old 01-18-2009, 05:13 PM
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Which also happens to have the Andre Matos setlist for anyone interested:

1. Menuett (Intro)
2. Letting Go
3. Rio
4. Nothing to Say (ANGRA)
5. How Long (Unleashed Away)
6. Lisbon (ANGRA)
7. Separate Ways (Journey Cover)
8. Unfinished Allegro/Carry On (ANGRA)
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