Glad you enjoyed, wish I could have gone to the 2nd night at the MEN too, they played 27 songs the night I went and I believe 26 songs last night...........just 4 songs were played both nights (Alive, Why Go, Just Breathe,Even Flow)...if i'd have knew the set list were going to be so different (I should have known this anyway) i'd have got to both shows.
I don't think I heard 'Why go'. I was looking forward to that one, and I'm pretty sure they didn't do it. No Pearl Jam set is ever the same as the last, I think they only decide on the set a couple of hours before the show. They didn't play 'Rockin in the free world' last night, would've liked to hear that.
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Charlie Sheen wrote:
I went to see Pearl Jam at the MEN last night and they were outstanding. The energy and passion they have still shines through even after all this time and they're one of the finest sets of musicians I've see live Jeff Amitt and Matt Cameron are as good as any rhythm section I've seen live, and as a group are so underrated as you say. I did think they played 15 20 mins too long but I was amazed by how many people knew pretty much every word to every song.
On the PJ film, I wade a point of watching it before I went to the gig and I highly recommend it. Theywent up in my estimation after watching it.
But not by enough for their names to stick in your mind though?
Did you get rid of all the voices in your head? Do you now miss them and the things that they said?
A weekend of ska, punk, rockabilly and psychobilly ahead at inkfest.
King Kurt, Anti Nowhere League, Jenny Bellestar, Deadline, Long Tall Texans, Hotknives, Goldblade, Jack Rabbit Slim, Graveyard Johnnys, Vince Ray & Boneshakers, New Riot, Epileptic Hillbillys, Surfin Turnips, Rudy La Crioux & Allstars, The Ramonas, Fat Drunk & Stupid, King Tuts Revenge, Shoot The Moon, The Splash
Sorted, and maybe some more colouring in on my body (screw Tony Parsons opinion!) to boot.
God is nothing more than an imaginary friend for grown ups.
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