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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
PostPosted: Tue March 27, 2018 2:11 pm 
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I agree that it's more interesting when traditional set closers get moved around, but I don't think they should do much experimenting with the openers. The traditional openers work better than anything else and putting YL there just to mess with things would be nothing but a novelty.

Also, I hate the more recent trend of starting with a traditional opener and then another slow/mid tempo song. Give me Release into Breakerfall or something similar any day.[/quote

This.


Yeah, I like the traditional openers then into the heavier stuff. 2000 and 2003 were good like that. I liked 2003 because they included Can't Keep. Still, I wouldn't mind for a bit more variety. Play Alive, RVM, and Porch mid set, and also use openers in mid set too. After a series of faster songs, it wouldn't be a bad thing to hear Of The Girl, or Sometimes, or Can't Keep. In the Euro leg of the 2000 tour, OTG was played mid set a few times.


This is why I love the 00 tour
They seem to have had a smaller pool of songs played but they jumped everything around a lot so it didn’t seem like it.


Yup. Some setlist had Alive and RVM mid set, and even Hail Hail or Sleight Of Hand opening the 1st encore. The lists seemed much more varied back then.


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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
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18 years ago today the Binaural tour started in Lisbon in front of 40,000 people. Gonna listen to that bootleg today to commemorate the occasion...


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18 years ago today the Binaural tour started in Lisbon in front of 40,000 people. Gonna listen to that bootleg today to commemorate the occasion...


I was listening to the Katowice shows this weekend not realizing they were 6/15 and 6/16. Man alive what good shows.

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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
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Simple Torture wrote:
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18 years ago today the Binaural tour started in Lisbon in front of 40,000 people. Gonna listen to that bootleg today to commemorate the occasion...


I was listening to the Katowice shows this weekend not realizing they were 6/15 and 6/16. Man alive what good shows.

Oh yes!:) And tomorrow 18 years ago was my first show: Salzburg. Unreal open air show in the middle of the town and the bootleg shows that it was one of the best European shows, too. Extremely tight playing on that one!


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I went to Seattle for the first time for the last two shows. Seeing them play Alive is one my favorite PJ concert memories.
Actually, I have lots of fond concert memories of them. Maybe one day I will post a humble brag list.


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I went to Seattle for the first time for the last two shows. Seeing them play Alive is one my favorite PJ concert memories.
Actually, I have lots of fond concert memories of them. Maybe one day I will post a humble brag list.


Seattle, pre- Amazon explosion, must have been nice.


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