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What full albums have you seen performed live?

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Sumeet, Dec 7, 2014.

  1. SF Metal Man

    SF Metal Man Member

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    Probably incomplete, but I know these for sure:

    Ashes Of Ares - Ashes Of Ares
    Asia - Asia
    Circle II Circle - The Wake of Magellan
    David Gilmour - On an Island
    Deep Purple - Machine Head
    Deep Purple - Concerto for Group and Orchestra
    Dio - Magica
    Jon Oliva's Pain - Streets
    Judas Priest - British Steel
    Manowar - Kings of Metal
    Need - Orvam: A Song For Home
    Pagan's Mind - Celestial Entrance
    Pain of Salvation - Remedy Lane
    Primus - Sailing the Sea of Cheese
    Primus - Frizzle Fry
    Queensryche - EP
    Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime
    Roger Waters - The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking
    Roger Waters - The Wall (twice)
    Rush - Moving Pictures
    Seventh Wonder - Mercy Falls
    Stratovarius - Visions
    Symphony X - Iconoclast
    Y&T - Earthshaker
    Y&T - Black Tiger
    The Winery Dogs - The Winery Dogs
     
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    Dio - Magica (well minus Turn to Stone but never played that)
    Transatlantic - Whirlwind
    Spocks Beard - X (Minus The Names Escape Me)
     
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    MeTuLHeD A Member To Remember

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    You can still grab a copy here.

    http://tinyurl.com/pyw78uv

    Pretty cool disc imo.
     
  4. Mardoch

    Mardoch Defender of the Universe

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    :yow: Where'd you see that?! I'd love that show.
     
  5. SF Metal Man

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    They did it on the last tour, the one that was suppise to have Nevermore and Soilwork. They didn't say they were going to do it. In fact, they were conducting a poll on their Facebook page asking what song from each album the fans wanted to hear, as if it was going to be a fans pick the setlist with at least one song from each album. And instead they played Iconoclast start to finish. Some people were not very happy about that.
     
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    Yes - Close to the Edge
    Yes - Fragile
    Yes - The Yes Album
    King's X - Ogre Tones
    The Who - Quadrophenia (2x)
    Rush - Moving Pictures
    Dream Theater - Scenes From a Memory
    dredg - Leitmotif
    dredg - El Cielo
    Pat Metheny - The Way Up
    Between the Buried and Me - Parallax II
    Echolyn - Mei
    Brian Wilson - Smile

    Tributes:
    Kevin Gilbert - The Shaming of the True
    Pink Floyd - Animals (2x)
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    Genesis - Foxtrot
    The Beatles - Abbey Road (2x)
    Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water
    Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
     
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    Dream Theater: SFAM
    Extreme: Pornograffiti
    Fates Waring: A Pleasant Shade of Grey
    Marillion: Brave, Happiness is the Road, Holidays in Eden, Marbles, Season's End, Sounds that Can't Be Made
    Meat Loaf: Bat out of Hell I and II (minus the instrumental)
    Pat Metheny: The Way Up
    Queensryche O:M I & II
    The Winery Dogs
    TSO: Christmas Eve (too bad they didn't play all of Beethoven's Last Night on those tours)
     
  8. Met-Al

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    I added a couple more albums to my list.

    To answer espz's question, Dream Theater played "Master of Puppets" twice on the "Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence" tour: once in Spain (for which you can find on CD from YtseJam Records) and once in Chicago (the show I attended). Between 2002 and 2006, Dream Theater were playing select cities for two-night stands. The first night was always a three-hour show of original material, and then the band would play a special set for the second night. The first 90 minutes would be all-original material that was about 85% different from what they played on the first night, and then they would play a classic album in its entirety and follow it up with another 30 minutes of originals for an encore. Over that span of time, they had performed the following albums:

    "Master of Puppets" by Metallica
    "The Number of the Beast" by Iron Maiden
    "Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd
    "Made in Japan" by Deep Purple

    You can find official bootlegs of each of these performances on CD, and you can even find the Pink Floyd album performance on DVD. They're all very well done.

    Qrusher14242, I didn't realize that Dio didn't perform "Turn to Stone" on the Magica tour. It's been so long since that tour happened that I guess I just imagined it being played. I'll be damned!


    Stay metal. Never rust.
    Albert
     
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    Damn, I wish I'd been able to make one of those.
     
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    It wasn't billed as such, but didn't Beyond the Bridge play their entire debut album at Progpower? Or did they miss a song or two?
     
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    Personally I can't stand Dream Theater, but that is really cool. If one of my favorite bands (e.g. Iron Maiden or Blind Guardian) did that I would hardly be able to contain my excitement.
     
  12. Arabianhazard

    Arabianhazard I, the Witchfinder.

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    A whole lot of jelly on my toast right now.
     
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    Only two as far as I can recall, both of them from this year's ProgPower Europe:

    Jolly - The Audio Guide to Happiness part I & II
    Pain of Salvation - Remedy Lane
     
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    I was in Chicago too, and I flew to see the other three shows. yes, I am that DT freak who flies anywhere to see them do a special show.
     

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