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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by Sentient 6, Aug 5, 2010.
Warrel, it would be most gracious of you to play the Tiananmen Man and/or Create the Infinite in NYC. Just sayin'.
You'se guys sounded REALLY good at that there.
My "Assness" if you will is your interpretation and so you are most welcome in thinking I am an ass. I believe that I clearly stated that my intent was not to start shit but you had to take it to heart. Agree to disagree ? Absolutely on my end, how about yours ?
I saw Warrel solo in March in Tucson and I can't tell you how ecstatic I was to see him in an "intimate" setting. I totally understand preferring the small club over the venue but the money NM makes in a series of small clubs aint gonna cut the mustard in the end. The more they make at big venues the more they have to record the next album and fund the following tour and merch.
That is the point I was trying to make, nothing more and nothing less.
Yup, Rockerverb 100 watt
Imma plus one ya on both those.
What a coincidence, because I was spending some time today figuring out some of those riffs to Tienanmen Man. I never realised how much of a fucking great song that is until today. The riffs are thrashy, has groove, and kicks ass. I guess I always brushed that song off as kinda lame because of the lyrics, but now I would love to see this one live.
If I ever get to hear 42147 or Poison Godmachine live I will consider myself a made man.
If I wanted to get greedy I would have added Sanity Assassin, Sea of Possibilities, Optimist or Pessimist, Lost, All the Cowards Hide, and Who Decides.
Oh, don't flatter yourself
I think the world would implode if confronted with that particular setlist. But we'll never know, will we now?
What is your argument here, exactly? I still don't understand.
For example, "The Sanity Assassin" would be amazing in a small venue, where as not so much at a festival. Likewise, this shitty guitar playing works in an arena setting, probably not as well in a smaller club.
It's all relative, you just have to think about it with less logic.
Clubs and festivals are intrinsically different. Some songs will suit a club show and some are better for a festival.
Acoustics, audience, time of day, length of set etc are all going to inform what songs are played.
Yep, time of day. Moonrise can only be played at night. If Jeff tries to play it during the day we all get the herp.
Alright, maybe next time.............:Smokedev:
Speaking of good stuff. Just got this yesterday. Trying to figure out what I want to get it filled with. Thinking blue of some sort.
I was never really a fan of the NM pentagram logo. Seems, in my humble opinion, a bit immature for a band like Nevermore...