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Old 01-30-2008, 01:09 PM
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Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
Lloyd is a star! I think we all need to donate money to his phone bill!

Improv into Bamboo to start
Little Speaker - Karl left the stage to watch and dance
Improv into BS
Boy Boy Boy with Rick singing!
Improv into Crocodile
Break for Poem
Jungle intro to Jumbo
Shudder/KoS
Moaner
BB
Rez/Cowgirl as the encore.

Once again, a delightfully diverse set compared with the gigs from 2007. I am getting waaaaaay too excited about the gigs in London now.
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Old 01-30-2008, 04:18 PM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
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Once again, a delightfully diverse set compared with the gigs from 2007. I am getting waaaaaay too excited about the gigs in London now.
.. as am I! Haven't seen them live since the mk2 days & I really like that they seem to be doing improvs again
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Old 01-30-2008, 04:33 PM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
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Improv into Bamboo to start
Little Speaker - Karl left the stage to watch and dance
Improv into BS
Boy Boy Boy with Rick singing!
Improv into Crocodile
Two Months Off
Dark Train/Kittens
Break for Poem
Jungle intro to Jumbo
Shudder/KoS
Moaner
BB
Cowgirl
If I remember correctly.
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Old 01-30-2008, 04:51 PM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
KITTENS.
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Old 01-30-2008, 05:13 PM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
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KITTENS.
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Lucky!
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Old 01-30-2008, 05:22 PM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
What A Night!
Seriously had an awesome night! My girlfriend isn't that into electronic music, but even she had a beautiful night!

IMO it is pretty cool that we could buy the live albums of Köln and Rotterdam. I just bought the Köln album since I'm just a student and I just don't have that much money...

ATM I'm listening to last night and that's just too cool!
Maybe my review will be a bit more tommorrow when I'm sober...

Sleep well, cheers Matthijs aka. DwarfeD...
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Old 01-30-2008, 11:49 PM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
King of horse, king of horse.
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Old 01-31-2008, 01:16 AM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
Improv into Bamboo to start
Little Speaker - Karl left the stage to watch and dance
Improv into BS Nuxx with Billy Goat bassline
Boy Boy Boy with Rick singing!
Improv into Crocodile
Two Months Off
Dark Train (?)/Kittens
Break for Poem
Jungle intro to Jumbo
Spikee
Shudder/KoS
Moaner
Holding The Moth
BB
Cowgirl/Rez

Hmm, I don't recall Dark Train being played...
i've edited the tracklist with BS Nuxx/Billy Goat, Spikee and Holding the Moth. (not sure where exactly that was played...somewhere near the end).
I didn't get the cd of this so I can't verify the tracklist exactly.

Again it was a very varied set and as you can see very different from the Rotterdam one. I liked the R'dam one better, preferring hearing stuff like Air Towel, BS original and Deep arch over Boy Boy Boy and Holding the Moth, both of which didn't impress me at all. This show seemed more fragmented and was continuously changing pace. Not sure if this was intentionally done or just a result of them trying to be more freeform and improvisational. I guess it did keep things interesting, although at the cost of some of the flow of the R'dam gig. Then again, Stimpee seemed to think this show was better (although I suspect that is largely due to the fact that they played Kittens )
About the horse: at one point, the lighting guy was parading in front of the stage wearing a horse's head.... that was weird.
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Old 01-31-2008, 02:34 AM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
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Improv into Bamboo to start
Little Speaker - Karl left the stage to watch and dance
Improv into BS Nuxx with Billy Goat bassline
Boy Boy Boy with Rick singing!
Improv into Crocodile
Two Months Off
Dark Train (?)/Kittens
Break for Poem
Jungle intro to Jumbo
Spikee
Shudder/KoS
Moaner
Holding The Moth
BB
Cowgirl/Rez

Hmm, I don't recall Dark Train being played...
i've edited the tracklist with BS Nuxx/Billy Goat, Spikee and Holding the Moth. (not sure where exactly that was played...somewhere near the end).
I didn't get the cd of this so I can't verify the tracklist exactly.

Again it was a very varied set and as you can see very different from the Rotterdam one. I liked the R'dam one better, preferring hearing stuff like Air Towel, BS original and Deep arch over Boy Boy Boy and Holding the Moth, both of which didn't impress me at all. This show seemed more fragmented and was continuously changing pace. Not sure if this was intentionally done or just a result of them trying to be more freeform and improvisational. I guess it did keep things interesting, although at the cost of some of the flow of the R'dam gig. Then again, Stimpee seemed to think this show was better (although I suspect that is largely due to the fact that they played Kittens )
About the horse: at one point, the lighting guy was parading in front of the stage wearing a horse's head.... that was weird.
Nah I think it was just some elements that I heard of ''Dark Train'' at the intro for kittens, just as ''Rez'' was not really played they started straight out with Cowgirl but elements could be heard. They were doing that all the way through the set like Karl singing some of ' Skyscraper' right before Holding the Moth which I think was indeed before Beautiful Burnout. I didn't get the CD either. Upload anyone? Haha!

I really liked how they played slower tunes all throughout the set as they really are good at those. Although after BS Nuxx it started kicking and the transition to the next tune was very forced and killed the buzz a bit. You had to start again, but that takes guts I think and that's what I like. Moaner not being the predicatble set closer was also a real bonus. I always hope for something like Cups (the slow part) or Sola Sistim to be played right after tune like that as they are some of the best things they've done imo. The version of Jumbo was just amazing, loved it. I hate when people instantly start to chat though whenever there's no beat or the song is in transition to a slower part. I had som very dumb girls in front of me who were obviously there just for the scene or something. Ugh, why pay the money for it then. Guess not everybody is a fan of the music and they just came to check it out of they heard it's good dance music, but Underworld for me is better than that label of 'dance music'.

Anyways awesome night and they seemed to be in a pretty good mood themselves Karl going mental at the end of Kittens.

Edit: Lenny Penne vocals during Bamboo as well.
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Old 01-31-2008, 04:13 AM
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Re: Amsterdam HMH Setlist so far...
I preferred the Rotterdam gig but I've enjoyed myself very much!
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