Brussels, April 22nd

Gig reviews, set lists, thoughts, comments and observations on the mammoth 2006 25th Anniversary tour.
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Ghostrider wrote: or a patched up version of CN/SkoS with the 2 new boys in a long middle guitar solo battle thank you verry much :notworthy: :notworthy:
I was just wondering who played the solo in 92, before Adam Pearson arrived : was it Mr. Bruhn or Mr. Bricheno ? Whoever it was, he wasn't really up to the task, playing about half the notes of the original solo. I know it's hard to compete against Dave Gilmour, but still... The late-90s version was much better IMHO. 8)
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Andreas Bruhn played the Comfortably Numb solo in 1992 and 1993 until he left.
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best solo version i ever heard was on the "out in the dark" bootleg...
when :von: screams in the middle of it...

a lot of crowd noise during the entire gig untill the solo between CN and SKoS starts..

"what do you think about that??"
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no crowd noise
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"exactly!!"

just love that part..gives me goosebumps on how they shut the crowd up there... :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:
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Ghostrider wrote:best solo version i ever heard was on the "out in the dark" bootleg...
when :von: screams in the middle of it...
That's Go-Bang festival 92, IIRC. The vocals are alright but the guitar solo is far from impressive IMO.

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YEEESSSS!!!! I'm going to see them again.
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Can someone upload the second brusselsshow again or is it somewhere still available.

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Is the first one still available somewhere, for that matter? It would be a nice memento, as I was at that gig (and liked it, regardless of whatever crap the rock journos thought to have witnessed. 'Dear Doktor' is right).
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Ahráyeph wrote:Is the first one still available somewhere, for that matter? It would be a nice memento, as I was at that gig (and liked it, regardless of whatever crap the rock journos thought to have witnessed. 'Dear Doktor' is right).
Here it is.
Oh and of course the good Dok is right. He always is. :von:
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You sure it's the right one? It's dated on May 11th when it's supposed to be April 22nd.
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Dead sure. Pat must have got the date wrong (I'll PM him later). They played a very different setlist (at least according to Silver bullet tour standards) the second time around.
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Badlander wrote:Dead sure. Pat must have got the date wrong (I'll PM him later). They played a very different setlist (at least according to Silver bullet tour standards) the second time around.
Aye, it had Still for starters...

According to my filing system it ought to be in the list as well (if I didn't mess it up :lol:), otherwise just PM me and I'll get a new weed going :wink:
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Obviousman wrote:
Badlander wrote:Dead sure. Pat must have got the date wrong (I'll PM him later). They played a very different setlist (at least according to Silver bullet tour standards) the second time around.
Aye, it had Still for starters...

According to my filing system it ought to be in the list as well (if I didn't mess it up :lol:), otherwise just PM me and I'll get a new weed going :wink:
No worries kiddo's. The title of the weed is the right one. As said in the post it is the first Brussels gig. I put identifiers in the post before. Just edited the mentioned date in the post. :)
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I don't know if that question already comes up:

What did von f**ked up at the end of giving groung?
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