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Offline Mur

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #10 il: 15 Giugno 2010, 02:29:am »
come cosa c'entra? Aalborg sarà grande quanto Piacenza... se fai un concerto al Palasport di Piacenza quanta gente c'entra? 35000?

boh.....si?  #4

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #11 il: 15 Giugno 2010, 10:31:am »
Setlist:

hai evitato di scrivere la setlist perchè è sempre la stessa???  #4  :P

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #12 il: 15 Giugno 2010, 10:42:am »
boh.....si?  #4

Eh infatti è la stessa cosa che ho notato ... però mi sembra anche in una data sudamericana c'era un palazzetto piccolino ... ma questo mi pare pure basso.

Scaletta:

1. Chinese Democracy
2. Welcome To The Jungle
3. It's So Easy
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Sorry
* Fortus Solo
6. Live And Let Die
7. This I Love
8. Rocket Queen
* Dizzy Solo
9. Street Of Dreams
10. You Could Be Mine
* Dj Ashba Solo
11. Sweet Child O' Mine
* Axl Piano Solo (Another Brick In The Wall)
12. November Rain
* Bumblefoot Solo
13. Knockin On Heaven's Door
14. Nightrain

Encore

* Jam
15. Madagascar
16. Better
*Jam
17. Paradise City
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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #13 il: 15 Giugno 2010, 15:04:pm »
spero che per  milano cambi la scaletta, inizia a stufarmi

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #14 il: 15 Giugno 2010, 16:07:pm »
spero che per  milano cambi la scaletta, inizia a stufarmi

tendo ad escluderlo

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #15 il: 15 Giugno 2010, 16:40:pm »
Con Aalborg è finito il tour europeo - 1 parte.
Quindi un pò di riposo, un pò di mare, fighe a volontà e Axl tornerà più in forma di prima.
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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #16 il: 16 Giugno 2010, 10:40:am »
http://gaffa.dk/anmeldelse/40521


Gaffa (one of the oldest Danish music magazines, and the largest):

Rating: 4/5

"A musical and psychological victory for Axl and company"
A musical and psychological victory for Axl Rose and co.

To confirm Axl Rose in front of it is no longer so "new" Guns N 'Roses in Aalborg was a delight. He sounded better, so better looking and more radiant sincere joy of playing than he has done for almost twenty years. The now well-known story of the old members who fell from over 90's, naturally followed by the story of their substitutes and the struggle to get published it mildly long awaited album "Chinese Democracy" has the current tour had set a long-awaited sentence. Not one of the kind that signals that the adventure is over, but instead one that marks the one 15 years long transformation process is finally over.

Beginning of the past decade offered an aborted tour, which followed up an appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2002, as Axl Rose subsequently characterized themselves as being disastrous. After years of stagnation and still no new album the band went on tour in 2006 with some success. One of the concerts were on Danish soil - specifically Roskilde Festival Orange Stage - and it was an experience that is probably thrilled avid fans, but many were disappointed. People missing a single expression from the band, which appeared somewhat gaudy, just heard a criticism of the many breaks in the concert - but was not real breaks, but various reports from individual members, while the protagonist was not on stage.

Now there are so gone four years since the band was last in the country and in the meantime "Chinese Democracy" released. An album of core spun so much mythology and expectations zeal that it almost could only disappoint. Few in the international critic crowd was able to listen to the album on its own musical grounds, but tied instead their criticism up at various secondary frustration - not least the general criticism that Guns N 'Roses of course so is not Guns N' Roses, when there is only one original member left.

And true, this is a shame that the original crew - or at least one that included both Slash and Duff McKagan - not kept longer than it did. Viewed with friendlier glasses than Axl Rose is otherwise used to being treated with, one can express the theory that he simply has done all he felt that he could. The recurring accusations that the preservation of the band name should be motivated by economic reasons, have proved not to last for long - there are certainly easier ways for a rock icon as Axl Rose to earn money than by touring the world with several years of intervals, or by having only released one album in now 17 years, or by not milking a potential DVD market with just one regular, new release, or to sue the record company when they - as they did in 2004 - will send out a "Greatest Hits" which also came to sell impressive worldwide.

Still energetic and reckless

So what are the reasons? Is it something so fearful significantly as a recognition that Axl Rose in the end it is definitely important member of the original Guns N 'Roses and as the only worthy successor to the name? Should we judge from tonight's concert in Gigantium will answer them as a bell clear yes. The other members of the current incarnation of the band can be approached in two ways: Either they are full members, which are just as crucial to the band's welfare, as Slash and Duff McKagan of his time was. Several of them have been so been a member for about as long and have as their predecessors also important contributors to the creative process. Or they are not full members - and thus only the musicians, as Axl Rose has chosen to surround himself with, because it just is these people who get him to personally give his best.

Even with this last, slightly less positive view on the other band members, they must in all cases be recognized for the musical and psychological support, which means that Axl Rose now - at long last, it can be proved safe to say - again emerges as the energetic , damned front man, he was also known as two decades ago. Well he's obviously older, and well he frequently leaves the stage - to switch togs, get oxygen or maybe just a sip to drink - but when he is on, so he is on like no other. The big scene bungs overwhelmed again and again, like jumping and tamped and danced and gestured for dear life. He could easily have chosen to stand still with hands on her back as another Liam Gallagher, who will never get the same old accusations over it. Without necessarily saying anything negative about the Oasis singer, so there is not much to dice in a discussion about who is inwardly surrenders most of the music and external audience is definitely the most interesting to look at.

Another important aspect in this context is the communication among members. Frequent colluding smile, joint postures toward the audience and general rhythmic interact illustrate unity between the performers and removes any feeling that it could be as good as another, who was on stage other than Axl Rose. Lasso dance with an audience bra tangential foot peeled for "November Rain", cowboy postures and greetings, and markedly upturned mouth - even under less cheerful passenger - also confirms the inner peace and mental surplus, which is obviously lacking in all those years, Axl Rose has been absent in the limelight.

New solo spots secured better flow

Sætlistemæssigt had happened a little surprising, taken into account that otherwise there are fourteen tracks from "Chinese Democracy" to pick from. Title number, "Street Of Dreams" and "Madagascar" were all cited for nearly ten years ago at Rock In Rio 2001, and the single "Better" is also four years old in the concert context. Thus, the only new regular numbers respectively the heavy and bitter "Sorry" and "This I Love", the fourth and final part of the leaf clover, which also counts the three classics, "Do not Cry," "November Rain" and "estranged". Both of these new tracks and especially the last one seemed remarkably well in a concert situation, not least because it once and for all cemented that Axl Rose has certainly got his voice back to the level it ideally should be on. Heartbreaking beautiful one moment, unusually aggressive the next, and both sounds entirely credible. Setup with three lead guitarists can sometimes appear a little strange and anachronistic, but as long vowel collector threads, gives it all meaning - pastiche may simply not be dressed as authentic an expression that Axl Rose holds.

Among the seventeen regular numbers - six from "Chinese Democracy", seven from "Appetite For Destruction" and only four (out of thirty possible) from "Use Your Illusion" - appeared to continue the many solo spots, but fortunately highly aggregated, so in most cases were raised as complete instrumental tracks with the entire band, allowing a somewhat better flow than we saw four years ago. Richard Fortus and DJ Ashba (which is the latest joiners and official replacement for Robin Fincke, who has returned to Nine Inch Nails) provided potent guitareskapader while Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal delivered variations on the theme from "The Pink Panther." Dizzy Reed contributed on their own with a flygelserenade in the form of a Warren Zevon classic "Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner". Before the "November Rain" delivered Axl Rose a little obligatory intro, also at the grand piano, and before that came a brief, somber version of it unfortunately something trite Pink Floyd number, "Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2".

Lots of highs, but still room for improvement

Highlights were many, not least the explosive opening up of "Chinese Democracy", which was immediately followed by "Welcome To The Jungle", which would otherwise have been solid opening act since 2001. The previously mentioned "This I Love" was strongly positive surprise, while "Rocket Queen" - terminating number from "Appetite For Destruction" - sounded just as gripping and beautiful as it ideally should. To see Axl Rose on piano, while it was operated by Dizzy Reed in "Street Of Dreams", had obviously great visual appeal, while the great fountains in front of backdrop of the dramatic coda in "November Rain" was even more captivating. The epic "Madagascar" as the first encore was well chosen and there was Flaming Lips in the solid confetti cannons in "Paradise City", was rounded off in style.

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #17 il: 16 Giugno 2010, 10:48:am »
Con Aalborg è finito il tour europeo - 1 parte.
Quindi un pò di riposo, un pò di mare, fighe a volontà e Axl tornerà più in forma di prima.
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vorrei fosse così, quando axl si riposa torna sempre peggio purtroppo #22

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #18 il: 16 Giugno 2010, 10:48:am »
vorrei fosse così, quando axl si riposa torna sempre peggio purtroppo #22

Dipende ... un pò di mare, un pò di quel che vuole ... da qui a 2 mesi e mezzo può riposarsi quanto vuole.

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Re: June 14th, 2010 - Aalborg, Denmark @ Gigantium
« Risposta #19 il: 16 Giugno 2010, 11:06:am »
vorrei fosse così, quando axl si riposa torna sempre peggio purtroppo #22
Ma che dici ?

Nel tour asiatico è partito malaccio...riposo....tour canadase è migliorato,ma alcune canzoni ancora non le faceva al massimo (vedi TIL)....riposo...tour sudamericano (a parte qualche data) ha fatto delle prestazioni eccezzional (vedi Puerto Rico, Lima)....riposo....tour Europeo, bhè stiamo vedendo quanto è in forma vocalmente....

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