That said, the European audiences have alwaysbeen very big on PRR's prog side, I think (but I'm not certain) they may be releasing different singles in Europe and the UK from H&A. So I wonder if Ambassadors will stay in the Europe sets and potentially not so much in the UK.
As I wrote above, I wouldn't mind to see Ambassadors gone. However, I kinda like when bands with a couple of albums play a good mix of their stuff, so I'm happy if they keep a bit of TDT (maybe Twyncyn and one other variable song).
Also...so,we've got one track down as Patriarch I wonder what the other new one they played is...any clues anybody? Judging by past experiences, I wouldn't be surprised if those 5 are our lot when it comes to the new stuff live- there are tracks off both the other 2 albums that never really made it into the set.
I don't think they'll scrap Armistice. I guess they currently leave it off to have yet another real killer for their official tour. ;D
so i came back yesterday at midnight from my hitch hike, and mhx already told you the setlist. It was my first time to see new stuff live and I was absolutely blown away! Fight Fire is so powerful and mind-blowing! I had a thrills when heard first sounds! Awesome! Generally I enjoyed the new songs at all, but personally I would say that Last Man, Last Stand will sound great on the CD but it's not good song for the gigs. I loved the setlist but I would with pleasure exchanged Deus for Apogee or Gloaming and Ambassadors for sth else (shorter 2 songs) Hope Paul enjoyed the vodka and didn't have massive hang-over the day after!
I loved the setlist but I would with pleasure exchanged Deus for Apogee or Gloaming and Ambassadors for sth else (shorter 2 songs)
Well, Deus and Ambassadors are already kinda classics and I would've totally missed them (regarding it was my first time PRR) but yeah, I'd figure when you've seen them several times you'd wish for something fresh...
Great setlist indeed. I wouldn't exchange anything at all and just add two or three more songs.
How the band managed to stay in tune with that thing vaguely resembling singing going on I do not know, you can see them grabbing to get their monitors in their ears as far as possible! I'm all for enthusiasm but there is a limit haha- the tune the guy is singing isn't even close...
Post by the dark fourth on Sept 30, 2010 16:18:36 GMT
Haha! Good find! I've never seen a crowd that excited by the monotonous ambassadors chorus. I guess that's why they keep playing it when they go to europe. Chloe and Jamie looked vaguely astonished at what was going on, but they kept their cool pretty well. Hopefully Ryan has some better footage!
Amsterdam was gooood! I loved the setlist, the intimacy and cosiness of the venue, the friendly crowd (although a bit reserved) and of course the band. I even got to meet Ryan, yay! Sorry for 'jumping' you like that Ryan. ;D