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Postby nig1012 » 2nd Jun 12, 11:31

Setlist anyone
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Postby shat noir » 2nd Jun 12, 14:18

Here you go nige..

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Great gig last night, thoroughly enjoyable :clap:
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Postby nig1012 » 2nd Jun 12, 14:56

Cheers ace, that is an awesome set
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Postby Assmask » 2nd Jun 12, 15:38

Very Very Slow was surprisingly good.
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Postby macc lad » 2nd Jun 12, 15:56

brilliant set can't wait for brum
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Postby Egg4Goff » 3rd Jun 12, 08:45

I think it was an identical set list in Manchester last night. Really good it was too.
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Postby blackdeathcrew » 3rd Jun 12, 11:17

Yep, same set list. Cracking night
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Postby shadow » 3rd Jun 12, 11:27

anyone been to these shows who also went to the December "obscure set" shows? how do they compare? just interested cos I ain't gonna make this tour, but personally thought that last tour was the best set and show I've ever seen from G
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Postby vanrad » 4th Jun 12, 08:54

I went to the Glasgow shows in December and also last night. Both amazing from my point of view, although I thing the band have settled in a bit (if that's possible). To me last night they seemed brighter and having even more fun. I think its great Ginger doesn't have to play all the Wildhearts standards because even though those are great being a regular Ginger gig goer it's good to have something different to fit with his standard of huge back catalogue. They played a few of SG5 and a few of the new tunes and a few Wildhearts ones.

Would loved some Valor / Yoni / MH stuff but that's me being picky and I think with the enormous quantity of tunes you could always say something similar. 'twas a great night and great gig.
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Postby Jason_scorching_past » 4th Jun 12, 11:06

That setlist looks pretty awesome, better than the Dec shows in my view. I've never heard Channel Bop live. I wouldn't have chosen Confusion or Very Very Slow or even Taste Aversion from 555 though, but overall this is a top set.
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Postby Nojahoda » 4th Jun 12, 11:08

Dammit, why did I look at this thread?

Wish I could make one of the shows :(
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Postby DangerousBeans » 4th Jun 12, 15:49

vanrad wrote: To me last night they seemed brighter and having even more fun. I think its great Ginger doesn't have to play all the Wildhearts standards because even though those are great being a regular Ginger gig goer it's good to have something different to fit with his standard of huge back catalogue. They played a few of SG5 and a few of the new tunes and a few Wildhearts ones.


Totally agree.Really enjoyed last nights gig.
Certainly lifted the shit mood the general public had put me in at work in the afternoon.

Wasn't a fan of Baby Godzilla(too heavy for my liking) but The Guns were fuckin superb.Bought one of their albums and i'm having a listen to it now 8-)

The 555% stuff was superb live.Hopefully we'll get a few more gigs of that stuff at some point.Be even better when the whole crowd knows all of the songs.
Seems such a shame but it kept us entertained

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Postby Jason_scorching_past » 4th Jun 12, 21:46

Just watched that youtube video and I see now that Very Very Slow does work pretty well sandwiched inbetween SIN and Suckerpunch.
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Postby pleasantjonny » 4th Jun 12, 22:48

SIN/Very Very Slow/Suckerpunch was an awesome combination at Glasgow. Will have to pop over to Youtube and have a look :)
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Postby maxpower » 5th Jun 12, 19:50

Same set list from York, from what I remember
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