2009/10 WORLD TOUR DISCUSSION THREAD

Started by cyberdrummer, April 27, 2009, 06:25:36 AM

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setrataeso

It makes sense, but it came straight from the horse's mouth.

Well, it came from Portnoy, there was no talking horse.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsiRFcySp8I

He mentions it here.

Elsydeon

Quote from: setrataeso on July 29, 2010, 08:28:39 PM
It makes sense, but it came straight from the horse's mouth.

Well, it came from Portnoy, there was no talking horse.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsiRFcySp8I

He mentions it here.
you mean... the camels mouth?

setrataeso



cyberdrummer

I don't think MP would go back on his word, especially concerning something that most fans are so passionate about. I expect the album release in October 2011, then maybe a few dates in October/November but the bulk of touring in 2012. 

SystematicThought

Quote from: cyberdrummer on July 30, 2010, 01:04:14 AM
I don't think MP would go back on his word, especially concerning something that most fans are so passionate about. I expect the album release in October 2011, then maybe a few dates in October/November but the bulk of touring in 2012.  

Sort of like how SFAM was recorded and toured. Recording February-June and a release in late October and touring beginning in January 2012-October 2012.

TAC

The thought of waiting over a year from now for a new DT album bums me out. I'm going to have some ofty expectations for it. I gave them a pass on SC, but at the end of the day, I don't think BC&SL was significantly better. So the next one needs to be huge!
Quote from: wkiml on June 08, 2012, 09:06:35 AMwould have thought the same thing but seeing the OP was TAC i immediately thought Maiden or DT related
Quote from: Buddyhunter1 on April 22, 2023, 05:54:45 PMTAC got a higher score than me in the electronic round? Honestly, can I just drop out now? :lol

chknptpie

Quote from: cyberdrummer on July 30, 2010, 01:04:14 AM
I don't think MP would go back on his word, especially concerning something that most fans are so passionate about. I expect the album release in October 2011, then maybe a few dates in October/November but the bulk of touring in 2012. 

AZ was promised to be a part of the BCSL tour... didn't happen. Was promised they would be back sometime this spring... didn't happen. Looking like that promise might not be filled at all this year.

Birch Boy

Quote from: cyberdrummer on July 30, 2010, 01:04:14 AM
I don't think MP would go back on his word, especially concerning something that most fans are so passionate about. I expect the album release in October 2011, then maybe a few dates in October/November but the bulk of touring in 2012. 
I believe this as well

setrataeso

Quote from: cyberdrummer on July 30, 2010, 01:04:14 AM
I don't think MP would go back on his word, especially concerning something that most fans are so passionate about. I expect the album release in October 2011, then maybe a few dates in October/November but the bulk of touring in 2012. 

Yeah, this is what I hope.
Nevertheless, if Mike goes back on his word here, I'll be severely ticked off.

Anyway, tour is done. And it looks like after August, cyberdrummer and I don't have much updating to do.

cyberdrummer

Quote from: setrataeso on July 30, 2010, 11:16:50 AM

Nevertheless, if Mike goes back on his word here, I'll be severely ticked off.


Same here. So would the majority of fans, which is the exact reason why I don't think MP will change his mind.

tri.ad

I think that the album will be released around November/December 2011, with the tour starting straight afterwards or after christmas.

setrataeso

Come to think of it, I think the reason the next DT album feels so far away is because there is really no more DT stuff to forward to in the meantime.
There's no live album or DVD coming out in the next year, so there's nothing to tide us over for the next year and a half. (Aside from side and solo projects...)

Global Laziness

Quote from: setrataeso on August 01, 2010, 01:05:43 PM
Come to think of it, I think the reason the next DT album feels so far away is because there is really no more DT stuff to forward to in the meantime.
There's no live album or DVD coming out in the next year, so there's nothing to tide us over for the next year and a half. (Aside from side and solo projects...)

Of which, thankfully, there are many.

The Letter M

Quote from: setrataeso on August 01, 2010, 01:05:43 PM
Come to think of it, I think the reason the next DT album feels so far away is because there is really no more DT stuff to forward to in the meantime.
There's no live album or DVD coming out in the next year, so there's nothing to tide us over for the next year and a half. (Aside from side and solo projects...)

Indeed, and correct me if I am wrong, but, not counting "Raw Dog", this is the first year since 2000 in which there was no officially released DT material, be it studio or live album or concert video (and actually if you count 2000's "Through Her Eyes" single, then it's the first year since 1996). Kind of a bummer, and at this point with MP on the road with A7X, I doubt he'd have time to work on any YtseJamRecords releases for this year (although anything in time for Christmas would be AWESOME, perhaps a BC&SL Tour highlights CD? Or more soundboard shows from the past?).

I wonder what will happen to Silver Ticket holders who didn't get to use their tickets?

-Marc.

setrataeso


cyberdrummer

Quote from: The Letter M on August 02, 2010, 10:51:14 PM

I wonder what will happen to Silver Ticket holders who didn't get to use their tickets?

-Marc.

That's an interesting question actually. 

moffatt

I'm guessing they will use the setlist they used opening for IM in the Japan shows.

BRGM


cyberdrummer

Apparently it was this for both dates:

1. A Nightmare To Remember
2. A Rite Of Passage
3. Prophets Of War
4. Wither
5. The Count Of Tuscany
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6. Pull Me Under/Metropolis

BRGM

Wow...I'd like to see that...very good for being short imo

cyberdrummer

I was surprised how much BC&SL there was in the set though. Especially at a festival.

BRGM

yeah, only one whole song and the little medley of 2 songs that was not being BC&SL   Pretty cool

hefdaddy42

That is, without a doubt, the worst DT setlist I've ever seen.
Quote from: BlobVanDam on December 11, 2014, 08:19:46 PMHef is right on all things. Except for when I disagree with him. In which case he's probably still right.


cyberdrummer


The Letter M

Quote from: BRGM on August 08, 2010, 02:14:08 PM
yeah, only one whole song and the little medley of 2 songs that was not being BC&SL   Pretty cool

Any chance either of those shows were filmed and or at least recorded for audio? I can see one of these being turned around for a YtseJamRecords release, at least an Audio CD. With a setlist like that, it can't be any longer than 70-75 minutes long, perfect for a single CD. It would be a good way to release all four of the songs from BC&SL that have been played live in the last year, as well as the as-yet-released-live "Prophets Of War", and a medley that hasn't been released yet (unless I'm wrong and it has and I just don't remember because I'm REALLY tired).

Give me a Japan 2010 CD by year's end and I can wait 6-8 months for a new DT studio album!

-Marc.

Nick

Quote from: cyberdrummer on August 08, 2010, 09:59:10 AM
Apparently it was this for both dates:

1. A Nightmare To Remember
2. A Rite Of Passage
3. Prophets Of War
4. Wither
5. The Count Of Tuscany
-----------------------------
6. Pull Me Under/Metropolis


That's a pretty kickass set.

cyberdrummer

Quote from: The Letter M on August 08, 2010, 10:14:41 PM
Quote from: BRGM on August 08, 2010, 02:14:08 PM
yeah, only one whole song and the little medley of 2 songs that was not being BC&SL   Pretty cool

Any chance either of those shows were filmed and or at least recorded for audio? I can see one of these being turned around for a YtseJamRecords release, at least an Audio CD. With a setlist like that, it can't be any longer than 70-75 minutes long, perfect for a single CD. It would be a good way to release all four of the songs from BC&SL that have been played live in the last year, as well as the as-yet-released-live "Prophets Of War", and a medley that hasn't been released yet (unless I'm wrong and it has and I just don't remember because I'm REALLY tired).

Give me a Japan 2010 CD by year's end and I can wait 6-8 months for a new DT studio album!

-Marc.

Pull Me Under/Metropolis was released on the Romavarium fanclub dvd, but I don't think that really counts as an official release.

moffatt


BRGM

Quote from: The Letter M on August 08, 2010, 10:14:41 PM
Quote from: BRGM on August 08, 2010, 02:14:08 PM
yeah, only one whole song and the little medley of 2 songs that was not being BC&SL   Pretty cool

Any chance either of those shows were filmed and or at least recorded for audio? I can see one of these being turned around for a YtseJamRecords release, at least an Audio CD. With a setlist like that, it can't be any longer than 70-75 minutes long, perfect for a single CD. It would be a good way to release all four of the songs from BC&SL that have been played live in the last year, as well as the as-yet-released-live "Prophets Of War", and a medley that hasn't been released yet (unless I'm wrong and it has and I just don't remember because I'm REALLY tired).

Give me a Japan 2010 CD by year's end and I can wait 6-8 months for a new DT studio album!

-Marc.


Yeah, that would be really freaking awesome!! :D I'd love it! like this much  :heart :heart :heart

hefdaddy42

Quote from: BRGM on August 08, 2010, 02:22:21 PM
Reason?

1. A Nightmare To Remember
2. A Rite Of Passage
3. Prophets Of War
4. Wither
5. The Count Of Tuscany
-----------------------------
6. Pull Me Under/Metropolis

The first half of the set is wasted time, and the closer is that infernal mash-up.  So, 2 decent songs out of 6.

If the set were longer, the bad wouldn't have seemed quite as bad.  But man, oh man...
Quote from: BlobVanDam on December 11, 2014, 08:19:46 PMHef is right on all things. Except for when I disagree with him. In which case he's probably still right.

BRGM


Ben_Jamin

Now that's a good setlist. Wouldn't have minded that set for Maiden, cut Wither to make it shorter

Mladen

Very odd set list. Four songs from their latest album, one track from Systematic chaos, and two I&W classics mashed together. I wouldn't mind seeing this show, though...