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Old 09-23-2010, 05:52 PM   #1
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<Spoilers> My one gripe with the current setlist

Hi Everyone!

Duno if this has been discussed yet, but I've got a big problem with the current setlists through Europe.

That problem is: LACK OF NEW SONGS.

I don't mean brand new/unreleased songs, I mean songs off NLOTH. They are touring NLOTH and playing 3 songs a night off it.

The last show (brussels 2) featured 3 NLOTH songs (goyb, Magnif and mos) and 1 new unreleased song (stingray). Out of a 24 song setlist, I can't see it as being justified that they play only 4 new/unreleased songs. This could be considered as a stagnant move, a step towards irrelevance.

I'll be a bit dissapointed when they come here it Aust/NZ if they play such a hits heavy setlist. I'm going to all ten shows and will have a blast no matter what, but I really want to see new songs!

Anyone else feeling this? Discuss


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Knock yourself out.

And they're playing 4 off NLOTH, not 3. While a remix, Crazy Tonight still counts.

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Ah whoops. Didn't see that sorry.

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