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    Default Re: Watching musicals at the theatre

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Different personalities

    I rarely go to concerts.... Incubus and Metallica in the last 5 years or more ..

    I like to know what songs they are gonna play as bands seem to have a set play list with 3 or 4 (sometimes more) tracks that change around each gig .
    I ‘like’ all their songs but I do have favourites tracks so when I know they’re gonna play loads of favourites I can relax a little .. ..


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    Most bands will play the "greatest hits"...Metallica for example are unlikely to drop songs like One, Nothing else matters, Enter sandman and Master of puppets plus there will always be the hardcore fan favourites. If a band are promoting a new album this will usually be heavily featured.
    ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN THE NEXT HALF HOUR.

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    Default Re: Watching musicals at the theatre

    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Most bands will play the "greatest hits"...Metallica for example are unlikely to drop songs like One, Nothing else matters, Enter sandman and Master of puppets plus there will always be the hardcore fan favourites. If a band are promoting a new album this will usually be heavily featured.
    Thatís true but many of my faves arenít the normal Ďsinglesí or Ďhitsí so itís important ( to me ) that my some or even most of Ďmyí fave tracks are gonna be played ( or likely to be ) .

    I also canít abide it when they decide to play a new version of one of their own classic songs


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    Default Re: Watching musicals at the theatre

    Just received the Sunderland Empire version of the Fame the Musical programme - it will be very interesting to see how different (or same) the copy is compared to other theatres around the country.
    I am now in my 40s (just in case anyone asks).

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