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Midweek Mayhem - Less than 50 tickets remain (update 9/6)

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by AngraRULES, Aug 26, 2014.

  1. FranticDav

    FranticDav New Metal Member

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    Anyone knows the setlist for the PoS show?
     
  2. OrbWeaver

    OrbWeaver BECAUSE FALCONER

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    I really enjoyed Theocracy's set. :)
     
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    To the best of my memory...

    !(forward)
    People Passing By
    Used
    In The Flesh
    Ashes
    Morning On Earth
    Idioglossia
    Kiss cover (Daniel on Drums)
    Random blues jam
    Nightmist (honestly all I'm sure is that it was off Entropia)
    Falling
    The Perfect Element

    Now while this was indeed a great performance, I have some additional commentary.

    -Backing vocals were mixed too low. The harmonies are a big part of the sound and were vastly underrepresented.
    -the jam was neat, but the momentum they'd been building came to a halt. For me, this took the show from "top 5 ever" territory to just a great show. (Ya. Splitting hairs)
    -loved the commentary and mistakes. Very laid back show.
    -was hoping to hear something from OHBTCL or maybe Iter Impius. Oh well.
     
  4. roa71

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    did they play Morning on Earth and Idioglossia? wow, i remember them playing Used thru Ashes. don't recall those 2 but sometimes Ashes and those 2 just kinda flow together for me.

    Yeah, I agree with your commentary. The blues jam just took up time that could have been a couple more songs.

    All in all, a very raw performance. Very different than when i saw them at progpower several years ago. Different, but still a great show.
     
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    It reminded me bigtime of their appearence at Prog Power 1..raw,laid back,goofing around on stage.....
    and that was magical in itself
     
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    gilpdawg Go Reds

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    IIRC it was Reconciliation instead of Idioglossia.
     
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    It might well have been. I get those two confused.
     
  9. PatrickTheocracy

    PatrickTheocracy New Metal Member

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    Thanks for the compliments! This was my first public show as their new drummer.

    Our goal was to deliver a high energy set and get the crowd involved. Seeing so many hands in the air while I was behind the kit was great! We were hoping to get more songs in, but we were cutting it close as is, and we already had to cut "Master Storyteller" to get under 60 min. But we were all pleased with the performance, energy, and crowd involvement.
     

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