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What kind of setlist do you prefer when you see a band multiple times?

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View Poll Results: What kind of setlist do you prefer when you see a band multiple times?
Keep just the clasics and hits every show.
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0%
Mix up the setlist with classics and new stuff from the latest album.
2
22.22%
Play mostly songsfrom the latest album.
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Play something unusual that you don't hear all the time.
7
77.78%
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What kind of setlist do you prefer when you see a band multiple times?

Old 05-01-03, 11:09 PM
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What kind of setlist do you prefer when you see a band multiple times?

What kind of setlist do you prefer when you see a band multiple times live?
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Old 05-02-03, 03:25 AM
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I like to be surprised a couple times with something unexpected each time they tour.
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Old 05-02-03, 09:36 AM
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Evewry time I've seen Kiss from the euinion tour on they bassically played the exact same songs with only a couple different ones thrown in.

Ozzy is the same way. Every time I've seen him he always plays the exact same songs while only throwing in a couple from the newest album.

In contrast I saw Judas Priest 9 months apart on the Demolition tour and except for a few essentials the setlist was completly different.

Every time I've seen Alice Cooper, he plays a few essentials and mixes in some classics but then he throws a couple in that are totally unexpected. One time he played "Unfinished Sweet" and another he Played "Nurse Rozetta"
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