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Old 11-17-2004, 12:09 PM   #16
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oh, that's a lovely set, even if there aren't so many good songs on it.



i love when they play man on the moon live.
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thanks very much joyful.
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i saw them at the end of october.

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Old 11-18-2004, 04:20 AM   #19
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I like that set list

Roll on July!!! I can't wait to see them for the first time!
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3 more sleeps
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Old 11-23-2004, 08:05 PM   #21
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I missed them...I was so bumbed, but I have gone thorugh some things this year that happened right about the time I would have been able to see them...I really like their new CD. I have heard so many bad reviews and I just do not get it. I mean they are different than they used to be, but they are older. I am different than I used to be too...I would have loved to see them...

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Old 11-24-2004, 08:21 AM   #22
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I saw REM on Sunday night. They were fantastic

I think this is what they played:

Finest Hour
Begin the Begin
The Wakeup Bomb
Animal
The Boy In The Well
Cuyahoga
Leaving New York
Drive
High Speed Train
I've Been High
The Outsiders
The One I Love
I Wanted To Be Wrong
Imitation of Life
Final Straw
Losing My Religion
Walk Unafraid
Life and How To Live It

Encore:
What's the Frequency Kenneth?
Sweetness Follows
Permanent Vacation
I'm Gonna DJ
Man On The Moon


The highlights included Michael Stipe introducing Charlie Mars and his band, Charlie Mars, dancing in the balcony, being called REM's second home, Stipe dedicating 3 songs to his friend Douglas Coupland (who was in the audience), Stipe talking about his parents (who were there too) and just about every song they played. I would have liked to have heard 'Stand', 'Everybody Hurts' and 'Radio Free Europe' but still it was a great great show

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Great show last night. Michael Stipe is a national treasure (and a sexy beast, I might add).

The show lacked the magic and passion that I remember from all the shows I saw in the 80s but it was still a great, solid show. It was special seeing them close up in a small venue.

Not nearly as good as Wilco, though, which I mention only because it's fresh in my mind and because Wilco opened for REM a couple of years ago and now I think they are the better live band.

Setlist was more or less like this, not in order, although I'm missing at least one, maybe two, songs. But it's just from memory:

Finest worksong
Begin the Begin
The Wake-Up Bomb
Coyahoga
Boy in the well
Electrolite
So. Central Rain
Imitation of Life
Walk Unafraid
The Great Beyond
High Speed Train
Animal
Losing My Religion
The One I Love
Leaving New York
Star 69
Life & How to Live It

Encore:
What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?
I Wanted to be Wrong
Permanent Vacation
I’m Gonna DJ
Man on the Moon
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Originally posted by fah
I saw REM on Sunday night. They were fantastic

I think this is what they played:

Finest Hour
Begin the Begin
The Wakeup Bomb
Animal
The Boy In The Well
Cuyahoga
Leaving New York
Drive
High Speed Train
I've Been High
The Outsiders
The One I Love
I Wanted To Be Wrong
Imitation of Life
Final Straw
Losing My Religion
Walk Unafraid
Life and How To Live It

Encore:
What's the Frequency Kenneth?
Sweetness Follows
Permanent Vacation
I'm Gonna DJ
Man On The Moon


The highlights included Michael Stipe introducing Charlie Mars and his band, Charlie Mars, dancing in the balcony, being called REM's second home, Stipe dedicating 3 songs to his friend Douglas Coupland (who was in the audience), Stipe talking about his parents (who were there too) and just about every song they played. I would have liked to have heard 'Stand', 'Everybody Hurts' and 'Radio Free Europe' but still it was a great great show

sweetness follows! how was that live?
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Old 11-29-2004, 08:12 PM   #25
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bah. I didn't get I"ve Been High.. and i really really wanted it, too.

I was at their first show ever in my hometown of London ontario earlier this month.. it was a really good show but not quite mindblowing.

Walk Unafraid and Man on the Moon were definite Highlights.. don't remember the setlist exactly.. there was nothing from Reveal though, Losing My Religion, Finest Worksong, Rockville, What's the frequency kenneth, so fast so numb, cuyahoga, etc

There's so many songs that I might have rather heard compared to what they did play.. but i'm not bitter, it's just the problem of having so many albums I guess..
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sweetness follows! how was that live?
It was really great....I think they may have sung it as Stipe mentioned his parents were there....just a guess.
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