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Autore Topic: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center  (Letto 8349 volte)

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #30 il: 09 Novembre 2006, 19:13:pm »
Il pezzo bello della serata e' che prima di November Rain Axl chiede al pubblico 1 minuto di silenzio per la Spears e il marito Federline che hanno divorziato. #4

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #31 il: 09 Novembre 2006, 19:15:pm »
eheh mi immagino il boato di risata

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #32 il: 09 Novembre 2006, 21:03:pm »
Il pezzo bello della serata e' che prima di November Rain Axl chiede al pubblico 1 minuto di silenzio per la Spears e il marito Federline che hanno divorziato. #4
Che faccetta amorosa da culo ke ha axl certe volte....eheh #4 #4 #4

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #33 il: 10 Novembre 2006, 00:05:am »
Il pezzo bello della serata e' che prima di November Rain Axl chiede al pubblico 1 minuto di silenzio per la Spears e il marito Federline che hanno divorziato. #4
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Quanto mi piace sentire da lui commenti su artisti in attività e seguitissimi..è una strategia per tornare a galla anche questa..al di la dell'evidente ironia nelle sue parole. #17

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #36 il: 10 Novembre 2006, 09:12:am »
Questa è una registrazione amatoriale di tutto lo show..si sente cosi cosi e in più ci si mette chi a registrato a cantarci sopra  #29

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6L8APDJ0

Ho sentito solo Down on the farm al minuto 87:23,niente male!! @28

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #37 il: 10 Novembre 2006, 09:41:am »
Patience  http://youtube.com/watch?v=I8ALufoMYcE



cioè....no, dico...ma avete visto all'inizio la base quant'è alta?
sembra quasi che canti in playback...mah....sempre patience sbaglia, poi...

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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #38 il: 10 Novembre 2006, 10:49:am »
recensione di italysfinest1985 utente di HTGTH

Yesterday's show was nothing short of amazing. Here's a full recap.



I got to the venue and entered the line at about 2:00. There was a small crowd of people my friends and I were behind. The anticipation was off the charts.

The line steadily grew longer and Spaz and some girl from WAAF Boston radio (Kelly?) showed up around 6:00 and offered the people in the front of the line the chance to go backstage for an exclusive meet and greet with Papa Roach. No one gave a shit about it and it was like pulling teeth to get people to go. I kind of was a dick and harrassed them to arrange a meet and greet with Axl to which the responded with awkward shrugs. However, I had my friends hold my place in line and for the mere reason of seeing Axl or any of GnR roaming around back there, I went with them. We waited outside the side entrance door as these DJ's or whoever they were bashed Axl, saying he may not show after Maine got canceled. I brought up the fire marshal press release, and they shrugged it off like it was bullshit. Needless to say I was pissed. I don't like incessant GnR bashing.

So we finally go in there we pass the merchandise crew setting up shop. The radio staff wouldn't let me inquire about making some early T-shirt purchases (which I wanted to do so I could rush to the stage when the doors opened) and are put in a VIP room. We sit there...and numerous security people come through, everyone seeming unsure about Axl arriving yet. Papa Roach came in yelling a bunch of dirty language trying to be funny. They signed stuff and took pictures. "We're out of here after the Madison Square Garden show" the singer said, but no one could figure out if he was taking a cheap shot at touring with GnR or just making a loud rude proclamation. We left and got escorted back outside, and these DJ's followed with surveys. "Will Axl be late or not show?" If you fill it out you got entered into a drawing for WAAF T-shirts. I hate this negative bullshit. What appeared to be the GnR tour bus pulled into the garage as we were leaving and a hobo scalper wouldn't move out of the bus's way and was like 3 feet from being roadkill. I ended up yelling to the guy that I wanted tickets just so he could move and stop holding everything up. When he started toward me, I slithered back into line. Haha.

WAAF told us they had stickers with an exclusive new GnR logo they would be handing out after the show, so I remembered to stop by after.

Doors opened at 7:00 and I got right up against the guardrail. Bach tore up the set, coming on at 8:15. It felt like the late 80s. "I Remember You", "Here I Am", "18 And Life", and the new song "By Your Side" were definitely the highlights. I was very impressed. I wasn't expecting Bach to make me jump up and down for an hour straight like he did. Good shit, and a good crowd response.

Papa Roach came out at like 9:30, but not before the lamest banner I ever saw was put behind them. When I say lame, I mean fucking lame. A sad gothic ripoff of the Bret Hart skull and wings logo, wearing a crown of thorns, with little skulls around it. It was cornier than the Field of Dreams. It really fucking sucked, plain and simple. I really can't stop thinking about how gay it was...but enough of that. "Scars", "Last Resort", and "To Be Loved" (which is the new WWE Monday Night Raw song so that's how I recognized it) were highlights of an otherwise lame set. Security was reprimanding the singer for encouraging fighting, crowd surfing, and trying to get a mosh pit going. Crowd wasn't into them as much as they were Bach.

The sound crews fucked with the pedals and the screens for a while. However, where I was, I could see the setlist/lyrics prompter screen in the corner when they were testing it. Not to spoil anything, but I am sure I saw Rhiad about six songs down on one of the setlists that flashed. Maybe this will be a future show's set? Who knows. I am not a big Rhiad fan, so if I was making this up, I would say I saw Catcher in the Rye on there..just to let all the doubters now.

Guns and Roses hit the stage at about 11:35. Kicked it off with Jungle, and the fucking place erupted. Great rasp/falsetto combination, most impressive Axl vocals since the Illusions days. He flowed into "It's So Easy" and it really cranked. I was at the Hammerstein shows, and the energy can be comparable to those. After this, Axl grabbed the mic and said the show will keep rolling as long as the sound guy doesn't fuck him over. Classic Axl. Brownstone was amazing, the opening drums powerful and as brutal as ever. Axl referred to Frank as his psychologist, saying how he "could beat him up". Very funny exchange. Live and Let Die had the crowd singing in unison, a truly magical moment, with the flame pyro accentuated the energy in the arena.

Finck hit a nice little solo that flowed into Sweet Child of Mine. Really great rendition of the song. Sounded pretty close to the Appetite studio cut. Around this time, Axl said "Hello Portland" and snickered jokingly. He was up by Frank's drum kit when he said it. Knocking on Heaven's Door had everyone on their feet, waving their lighters with enthusiasm. You Could Be Mine was fast paced and proved Frank's excellence. Axl really hit some good notes on this one...very close to the original recording....sounded like someone had the Terminator 2 DVD hooked up the speaker system. Classic.

The Blues was heart-wrenchingly awesome. Someone on this board described this song as "the closest they've ever been to a higher power" and that was definitely the case at this show. The sound guy was on point during this one. His jump on top of the piano for the final verse was great.

Better tore the house down. One of the best rock music performances, ever. Seriously. I was blown away. This song will be a surefire hit. People were getting into it...noticed dancing up in the balcony seats too.

Out Ta Get Me was dedicated to the fire marshalls of Maine. Fucking hilarious. He thanked the Worcester Fire Marshall. On a side note, I saw the marshall talking to security before Roach's set, and he seemed enthused to be seeing Guns and Roses in Worcester, so that must have been assuring for Axl. Rose was all around the stage for this song.

November Rain was nothing short of epic. All the solos were amped up and on point. It was before this song where Axl asked for a moment of silence for K-Fed and Britney. The crowd jeered he said "Come on that's not silence, we got to have some respect....word." Everyone enjoyed the humor. However when Axl noticed the sound guy didn't give him his ear plugs, he thanked him for making "the musician go deaf." Do your job, sound guy. During the rain pyro after the break in the song, a fire was started on the stage..either a towel or a cup. Axl watched security out of the corner of his eye as they put it out and sang the last lines to NR. If only Fire Marshall P. Maine could see this...he would fine the band..and probably even send a subpoena to Brain's newborn. That bastard could shove a Portland firehose up his ass...but anyways...

Down on the Farm was a great surprise, and got a great reaction in the pit. Maybe because the fat slags who were trying to shove us true fans out of the way smelled like the horseshit...down on the farm. Haha, all kidding aside, it was explosive.

IRS came next, thanks to the chants of the Chinese Democrats. My personal favorite part of this show. It was mind-numbing to hear this great number live. What a great song with some great riffs. I was leaning over the railing, screaming my brains out and singing along crazily like a mental patient. Finck noticed this, and threw me his bottle of Kirkland spring water which I downed in seconds. The ending to this song on the live version is spine-chilling. "There's not anymooore....that I...can..dooo..ooo".

My Michelle brought Bach back out as usual. He is great. It was a great performance, with Axl doing a little bow and motioning Bach to kick off the first verse. Bach was intense, as was Axl. Bach shrieked after the song "Give it up for Axl fuckkkin Rose!" with Axl doing the subtle calm "Mr. Sebastian Bach." Anyone who misses this duet live is missing out.

Next came Patience, which sparked the crowd up. Great number.

Nighttrain was aggressive. Axl almost slipped on a water puddle. He also just missed a flying wig that came wizzing by him on stage. Looked like a dreadlock piece, but he ignored it, and finished the song. Good night.
 
Madagascar rocked hard. They used the Martin Luther King and stained glass window images that were used in 2002 and 2006. Bone-chilling. The sound guy dropped the vocals and Axl was inaudible for a few of the "can't find my way back, my way anymore"s. That didn't stop the performance from being monumental.

Paradise City was awesome. Red confetti was used. Bumblefoot ran out to the front row with the guitar and I got to pick a couple chords for some of Axl's shrieks. Those are three seconds I'll never forget haha. Good fuccccckin night.

Axl came out afterward and apologized about the Maine incident and any "inconveniences", hoped everyone had a good time, and then took a bow with the band to a thunderous standing ovation.

The Beautiful solo with Finck and Fortus was in there somewhere, Ron's Don't Cry solo moved everyone in the arena. I forget where in the set they were.


The new logo stickers? On the way out WAAF was passing out novelty bumperstickers with the original bullet GnR logo and "11-8-06, Worcester, MA, I Was Here, But Was Axl?". One of the DJ's handed me a few and I ripped them up and dropped them on the ground. That wasn't a new logo, nor was it funny. Fucking asses don't know their heads from a hole in the ground.


It was a great time and I recommend everyone go see GnR.


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Re: 8/11/2006 - Worcester, MA, U.S.A. - DCU Center
« Risposta #39 il: 10 Novembre 2006, 11:09:am »
tonicissima down on the farm!!!