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Old 03-17-2005, 03:19 PM   #1
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Songs to be played before the show?

What songs could be played over the PA before the band hit the stage? Here's a few to get you going:

'You Dropped A Bomb On Me' - The Gap Band
'Atomic' - Blondie
'TNT' - AC/DC




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Well, during Elevation, they played Beatles songs. So perhaps something equally as rousing will be played this time. I'd like to see them continue with the same Beatles songs - that would be fun and bring back so many great memories!
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They also played Beatles before the show during Joshua tree tour.
Maybe it's time for something new.
I suggest: Heart of Gold - Neil Young (for no other reason than it's a great song)
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Back in Black - instrumental version. the music is right for a rock concert and almost everyone knows it.

Born Slippy by the Underworld - if that doesn't get everyone hyped up, nothing will.
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Back in Black - instrumental version. the music is right for a rock concert and almost everyone knows it.

Born Slippy by the Underworld - if that doesn't get everyone hyped up, nothing will.
OOOOooooo.. Please, yes, play Born Slippy! Jumbo? Pearls Girl? Dinosaur Adventure? << note: Dinosaur Adventure was THE MOST dazzling live thing I've ever seen. I think the crowd was bouncing to that for weeks afterwards.

But, methinks those tracks would have suited Popmart more appropriately. I think we might hear more Ramones, Iggy Pop, Clash, et al for this tour, given the nature of the new album.
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Oldtimer, Agreed
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Rock N' Roll by Led Zeppelin (not too many rock tracks better than this)
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