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 Post subject: Re: 2016-04-28: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
PostPosted: Fri April 29, 2016 2:09 pm 
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so how was the actual show?


The energy from the band and their interaction with the crowd was something special. It was one of those rare shows where they're clearly having a blast but they're also nailing every single song. It was like a celebration but with the band totally locked in at the same time.

Fuckin' Up was especially great!


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so how was the actual show?


The energy from the band and their interaction with the crowd was something special. It was one of those rare shows where they're clearly having a blast but they're also nailing every single song. It was like a celebration but with the band totally locked in at the same time.

Fuckin' Up was especially great!


Glad you had a good time. From what I've heard of this tour on the Sirius XM Channel, it sounds like the band is locked in on this tour.


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 Post subject: Re: 2016-04-28: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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The strangest thing for me was that the difference between the BS/LB tours and last night in terms of the audience and their appreciation/enthusiasm for the newer material was drastic. The last few tours have been pretty much summed up as middle-aged dudes who stand and wait patiently when they play the BS/LB songs but then freak out as soon as a Ten song comes on. That's what I've come to expect by now. Last night was such a different experience, at least in my section of the GA floor. I felt like I was surrounded by a bunch of younger people. I'm only 37 but there were a bunch of mid to late-20's "kids" who freaked out for LB, UK, MYM and even Got Some and GSMF got some love as well. Hell, everyone around me was even engaged for both In the Moonlight and Education! I feel like there is a newer generation of fans being born which didn't have the whole "13 years old in '91 watching the video for Alive on MTV for the first time and grabbing the closest broom and turning it into an air guitar" experience.


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bluestate wrote:
The strangest thing for me was that the difference between the BS/LB tours and last night in terms of the audience and their appreciation/enthusiasm for the newer material was drastic. The last few tours have been pretty much summed up as middle-aged dudes who stand and wait patiently when they play the BS/LB songs but then freak out as soon as a Ten song comes on. That's what I've come to expect by now. Last night was such a different experience, at least in my section of the GA floor. I felt like I was surrounded by a bunch of younger people. I'm only 37 but there were a bunch of mid to late-20's "kids" who freaked out for LB, UK, MYM and even Got Some and GSMF got some love as well. Hell, everyone around me was even engaged for both In the Moonlight and Education! I feel like there is a newer generation of fans being born which didn't have the whole "13 years old in '91 watching the video for Alive on MTV for the first time and grabbing the closest broom and turning it into an air guitar" experience.

I got this vibe at the two shows I was at this tour as well.

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quick, everyone into PJ Chat before you start liking the band again!

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stip wrote:
quick, everyone into PJ Chat before you start liking the band again!

It's almost like McCready didn't go to sleep and instead created a couple RM accounts.

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 Post subject: Re: 2016-04-28: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
bluestate wrote:
The strangest thing for me was that the difference between the BS/LB tours and last night in terms of the audience and their appreciation/enthusiasm for the newer material was drastic. The last few tours have been pretty much summed up as middle-aged dudes who stand and wait patiently when they play the BS/LB songs but then freak out as soon as a Ten song comes on. That's what I've come to expect by now. Last night was such a different experience, at least in my section of the GA floor. I felt like I was surrounded by a bunch of younger people. I'm only 37 but there were a bunch of mid to late-20's "kids" who freaked out for LB, UK, MYM and even Got Some and GSMF got some love as well. Hell, everyone around me was even engaged for both In the Moonlight and Education! I feel like there is a newer generation of fans being born which didn't have the whole "13 years old in '91 watching the video for Alive on MTV for the first time and grabbing the closest broom and turning it into an air guitar" experience.

I got this vibe at the two shows I was at this tour as well.

Well said.


Every crowd really cheered for Sirens, MYM and LB at all the LB era shows I attended. Message board appreciation and in person appreciation never go hand in hand.

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CopperTom wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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The strangest thing for me was that the difference between the BS/LB tours and last night in terms of the audience and their appreciation/enthusiasm for the newer material was drastic. The last few tours have been pretty much summed up as middle-aged dudes who stand and wait patiently when they play the BS/LB songs but then freak out as soon as a Ten song comes on. That's what I've come to expect by now. Last night was such a different experience, at least in my section of the GA floor. I felt like I was surrounded by a bunch of younger people. I'm only 37 but there were a bunch of mid to late-20's "kids" who freaked out for LB, UK, MYM and even Got Some and GSMF got some love as well. Hell, everyone around me was even engaged for both In the Moonlight and Education! I feel like there is a newer generation of fans being born which didn't have the whole "13 years old in '91 watching the video for Alive on MTV for the first time and grabbing the closest broom and turning it into an air guitar" experience.

I got this vibe at the two shows I was at this tour as well.

Well said.


Every crowd really cheered for Sirens, MYM and LB at all the LB era shows I attended. Message board appreciation and in person appreciation never go hand in hand.

Are you saying this is no longer the LB era?

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 Post subject: Re: 2016-04-28: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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CopperTom wrote:
Every crowd really cheered for Sirens, MYM and LB at all the LB era shows I attended. Message board appreciation and in person appreciation never go hand in hand.


Sirens was HUGE in Lexington. Not for me, but the crowd was so into it.


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Bammer wrote:
CopperTom wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
bluestate wrote:
The strangest thing for me was that the difference between the BS/LB tours and last night in terms of the audience and their appreciation/enthusiasm for the newer material was drastic. The last few tours have been pretty much summed up as middle-aged dudes who stand and wait patiently when they play the BS/LB songs but then freak out as soon as a Ten song comes on. That's what I've come to expect by now. Last night was such a different experience, at least in my section of the GA floor. I felt like I was surrounded by a bunch of younger people. I'm only 37 but there were a bunch of mid to late-20's "kids" who freaked out for LB, UK, MYM and even Got Some and GSMF got some love as well. Hell, everyone around me was even engaged for both In the Moonlight and Education! I feel like there is a newer generation of fans being born which didn't have the whole "13 years old in '91 watching the video for Alive on MTV for the first time and grabbing the closest broom and turning it into an air guitar" experience.

I got this vibe at the two shows I was at this tour as well.

Well said.


Every crowd really cheered for Sirens, MYM and LB at all the LB era shows I attended. Message board appreciation and in person appreciation never go hand in hand.

Are you saying this is no longer the LB era?

In my book, it's LB era until the next album is released.

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 Post subject: Re: 2016-04-28: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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A stupid mop tag would be funny though.


Apparently it's been done before:

http://www.livefootsteps.org/songs/?song_id=191


That's a really cool tag. It's a shame they only did it the one time. Also: That show is a monster. Check out this setlist:

set:
1. Corduroy
2. Whipping
3. Last Exit
4. Tremor Christ
5. Spin the Black Circle
6. Animal
7. Dissident
8. State of Love and Trust
9. Daughter/(Stupid Mop)/(ABitW-II)
10. Blood
11. Jeremy
12. Why Go
13. I Got Shit
14. Rearviewmirror
15. Better Man
16. Jam
17. Not for You
18. Go
19. Alive

encore 1:
20. Once
21. Satan’s Bed
22. Footsteps
23. Porch

encore 2:
24. Throw Your Arms Around Me
25. Yellow Ledbetter
26. Baba O’Riley


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 Post subject: Re: 2016-04-28: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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matt reeder wrote:
Bi_3 wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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A stupid mop tag would be funny though.


Apparently it's been done before:

http://www.livefootsteps.org/songs/?song_id=191


That's a really cool tag. It's a shame they only did it the one time.


Was surprised to learn about this today, just took a listen at http://www.pearljambootlegs.org/modules ... D&ext.html

It's just Ed repeating the dialogue from Stupid Mop over the outro, starts around 3:50. Still, cool to find out about this 21 years later.


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I could do without Eddie saying "Spanking, that's the only thing I want so much" over background music


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tragabigzanda wrote:
matt reeder wrote:
Bi_3 wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
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A stupid mop tag would be funny though.


Apparently it's been done before:

http://www.livefootsteps.org/songs/?song_id=191


That's a really cool tag. It's a shame they only did it the one time.


Was surprised to learn about this today, just took a listen at http://www.pearljambootlegs.org/modules ... D&ext.html

It's just Ed repeating the dialogue from Stupid Mop over the outro, starts around 3:50. Still, cool to find out about this 21 years later.


Ha! Awesome.


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mikejasond wrote:
I could do without Eddie saying "Spanking, that's the only thing I want so much" over background music


There's a half decent "paint a picture, 50 Shades of Grey" joke in there somewhere..


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Stupid Mop frightened me when it was released. And now that I am older, I realize it's just really bad art.


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Coach wrote:
Stupid Mop frightened me when it was released. And now that I am older, I realize it's just really bad art.


I love that song. I know y'all are hating on it but I honestly love it and I think Vitalogy wouldn't be the same without it.


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matt reeder wrote:
Coach wrote:
Stupid Mop frightened me when it was released. And now that I am older, I realize it's just really bad art.


I love that song. I know y'all are hating on it but I honestly love it and I think Vitalogy wouldn't be the same without it.

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matt reeder wrote:
Coach wrote:
Stupid Mop frightened me when it was released. And now that I am older, I realize it's just really bad art.


I love that song. I know y'all are hating on it but I honestly love it and I think Vitalogy wouldn't be the same without it.

Me too


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RM, this was really good show. Probably my favorite of the last four.


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