Dscrapre, on 03 April 2013 - 12:14 PM, said:
losingit2k, on 03 April 2013 - 11:57 AM, said:
Tombstone Mountain, on 01 April 2013 - 06:19 PM, said:
Why are the 70's always deemed "the" best? To me the progression of the band has come full circle with CA. They've made other great works outside that decade
A agree! Using just a few staples, Its easy to come up with a great setlist just by choosing songs from the past five albums even using songs they've never played Live
: Their Material is that Strong!
Cut to the Chase
The Way the Wind Blows
Working Them Angels
BU2B (Album Version)
Stick it Out
Driven (with Bass Solo)
Test For Echo
YYZ - Drum Solo
Alex's Solo - The Garden
The Spirit of Radio
One Little Victory
Sorry, but that's a solid setlist!
Very Solid, although it could use some more VT material. Ceiling Unlimited, How It Is, and Vapor Trail anybody?
I actually had Vapor Trail in the setlist and replaced it with Sweet Miracle.
The truth is, that Clockwork Angels
has been the much needed Adrenaline Shot for Rush's post Moving Pictures Career! You can create a great setlist with just about any post MP era as long as CA is heavily present and the current tour is a perfect representation of that! Where before you had to sprinkle in MP songs just about everywhere throughout the setlist, now you don't have to. You could sprinkle in the Clockwork Angels songs and the songs hold their own!
Edited by losingit2k, 03 April 2013 - 09:35 PM.