March 10, 2006

The Clubhouse

Phoenix AZ US

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Alfred, britanie, BuckWild80, bumpsquad, carriemcm, DIGIT, Howler, largemarge, masonmel1, morticia, mr_kite, remobarnes, rezland, RyonJones, scartissuearmor, skeyes, so1omon, sunshine69, TheDudeAbides

skeyes says0 Votes UP / DOWN
The show last night was really, REALLY amazing. The Clubhouse is a small venue, which i like. I'm a little hungover this morning, but i'll try to give a good review.
First off, i don't have any pics to post b/c i thought we couldn't bring cameras into the venue, at least that's what my tickets said. Bummer, b/c i had an AWESOME view of the stage. I was in front of Robert and a little to the left and by a wall. Luckily for me, there was a block that was about 2.5ft off the ground and i was able to stand up on it and nobody told me to get down. It gave me a great view of the entire stage. It was almost like i was standing up there.

Morning After Girls played a great set, but it was really short. Elefant, was, well, Elefant.

BRMC went on around 10pm and Peter opened up with Grind My Bones. This was my first time hearing this song live and it was awesome. Love the slide guitar.

Here are the songs as I remember. Not in any particular order. Sorry, but i just can't remember: Hopefully somebody will post the real set list:

Grind My Bones
Restless Sinner
Shuffle Your Feet
Ain't Not Easy Way
Love Burns
Red Eyes and Tears
Whatever Happened to My Rock 'n Roll
White Palms
Spread Your Love
Devil's Waitin (i saw this on the set list, but i don't remember hearing it)
Fault Line
Weight of the World
Gospel Song
Smpathetic Noose (still an amazing song live)
The Line
Open Invitation (last song played in encore)
Six Barrel Shotgun
In Like the Rose
Heart & Soul ( a really cool "extended version" of the song with a part to it i've not heard, but awesome none-the-less)

Peter was really getting into his guitar playing. This is my third time seeing the guys, and this is the most i've ever seen Peter "get down." Robert played the bass like he was possessed. Really. It was like he was mad at it. I loved it. I actually had a good view of Nick, and he was bobbing his head and smiling and it looked like he was having a really good time.
Heart and Soul was just great. Peter was really getting into this song. He had a smoke lit that was hanging from his mouth and he was just jamming like he was the only person in the room.

Somebody post some pics and the set list, please.

Glad i got to see BRMC again. Two times in a month was great. This one was by accident, too. Can't wait till their next tour.

Posted Saturday, March 11, 2006 am31 at 10:50am
morticia says0 Votes UP / DOWN
My first time actually seeing brmc live, and it was lifechanging, to say the least. I'll try to refrain from sounding like a giddy groupie. The strobe lights gave the show such a surreal touch, and they played an exciting amount of old stuff. that guy that wrote the set list forgot, they played howl in the encore. best song on the album. best song live.

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