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Hail To Amon Amarth

Discussion in 'Amon Amarth' started by Amenquiver, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. Amenquiver

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    on december 6 of 2008 we had a great memorable show in Istanbul (miklagaard).

    Then we heard that Amon Amarth was comin back in july 2009 for unirock festival.

    now the day which we expected is coming and the playlist came up on net. and unfortunately many of fans got dissapointed because the playlist wouldn't be similar than december...

    We hope that you can add some different old songs like bastards of a lying breed, dragons flight across the waves

    This is not an album tour as we know and we think there's no need to play 5 songs from "Twilight Of The Thunder God". hear us
     
  2. Xurek

    Xurek Waaagh!

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    You should feel privileged that they are able to go and play there at all.
     
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    ^ This.
     
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    doesn't bother me what they play just to see them is enough but if they could slip in friends of the suncross sometime this summer/autumn well !!!!!
     
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    +1
     
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    why would you wanna see them play the same setlist 2 times?
     
  7. Amenquiver

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    i'm sure that you are kidding. i dont want same play list twice. ok ? any problem ? i really love amon amarth.
     
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    i mean, i'd love to see them play different songs, not the same over and over oO
     
  9. Xurek

    Xurek Waaagh!

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    If it was the exact same people from the first gig that was going to the second gig then you might have some sort of point.

    But what about all the people who didn't get to see them first time around and want to hear the new stuff, especially if it is somewhere that the band doesnt get to play much.
     
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    well if they are going there every year........ think about it Im from Brazil and they played here for the first time this year and i couldnt go, if they come agian i dont care what they play
     
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    i agree with both sides. variety is great. but then again, it's better to have them play than not at all. question: do these tours and stuff (in general/for generaly all groups, bands/artists) have a like "approval list" type thing where the songs that are gonna be performed on what tour in what city? who decides what band plays what songs? the band? the label? the arena? or some other corporate waste of space? i always wondered that.
     

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