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  • Motley Crue setlist for the opening night of their 'The Final Tour'

    Muther****er of the Year
    Wild Side
    Primal Scream
    Same Ol' Situation - (S.O.S.)
    Looks That Kill
    On With the Show
    Too Fast for Love
    All Bad Things - (World premiere)
    Guitar Solo
    Smokin' in the Boys' Room - (Brownsville Station cover)
    Without You
    Saints of Los Angeles
    Anarchy in the U.K. - (Sex Pistols cover)
    Too Young to Fall in Love
    Drum Solo
    Shout at the Devil
    Don't Go Away Mad - (Just Go Away)
    Live Wire
    Dr. Feelgood
    Girls, Girls, Girls
    Kickstart My Heart

    Encore:
    Home Sweet Home - (B-Stage)




  • Any idea when they're announcing the European leg of the tour?




  • blastman wrote: »
    Any idea when they're announcing the European leg of the tour?

    Rough guess either later this year, or early 2015




  • The band have announced more dates to the farewell tour(US); Apart from being in Europe for their 3 Festival shows round start of June (Sweden Rock/Nova Rock/Download) and a gap in Tour (Month of November) they aren't exactly leaving much leeway for an extensive Euro Tour.

    Oct. 05 - Hidalgo, TX - State Farm Arena
    Oct. 07 - Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
    Oct. 08 - Little Rock, AR - Verizon Arena
    Oct. 10 - Evansville, IN - The Ford Center
    Oct. 11 - Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
    Oct. 13 - Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
    Oct. 14 - Buffalo, NY - First Niagra Center
    Oct. 16 - Bridgeport, CT - Webster Bank Arena
    Oct. 17 - Manchester, NH - Verizon Wireless Arena
    Oct. 18 - Bangor, ME - Cross Insurance Center
    Dec. 04 - Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena
    Dec. 07 - Sioux Falls, SD - Denny Sanford Premier Center
    Dec. 08 - Grand Forks, ND - Alerus Center
    Dec. 10 - Saskatoon, SA - SaskTel Centre
    Dec. 12 - Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place
    Dec. 13 - Calgary, AB - ScotiaBank Saddledome
    Dec. 15 - Portland, OR - Moda Center
    Dec. 19 - Phoenix, AZ - U.S. Airways Center
    Dec. 20 - San Diego, CA - Viejas Arena
    Dec. 22 - Anaheim, CA - Honda Center
    Dec. 27 - Las Vegas, NV - MGM Arena

    Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/motley-crue-announces-21-more-north-american-tour-dates/#rwW8IB3KPPAWd5mF.99




  • I'd kill to see them in Dublin. Or anywhere for that matter.


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  • blastman wrote: »
    Any idea when they're announcing the European leg of the tour?

    I'm really sceptical as to whether they're going ahead with European dates now to be honest, maybe their demands (added to taxes, travel, flights, hotel etc) make this unreasonable and only acceptable for a US tour




  • poundhound wrote: »
    Seen them at Donington in 1991.

    They were impressive and it was a great feeling knowing 90 mins of Metallica and 2hrs of AC/DC was to follow.

    What a day that was, Black Crowes and Queensryche were very meh for me, then the Crue came on, how fcukin loud were they, always remember at the end, band taking a bow, someone lobs an apple at the stage, Tommy catches it, takes a bite without even thinking and lobs it back.
    And then Metallica...and then DC, damn, them really were the days




  • I'm really sceptical as to whether they're going ahead with European dates now to be honest, maybe their demands (added to taxes, travel, flights, hotel etc) make this unreasonable and only acceptable for a US tour

    Agreed.

    By comparison to their US audience, they have a more one-hit/niche audience here.




  • Agreed.

    By comparison to their US audience, they have a more one-hit/niche audience here.

    I saw them at Sonisphere in 2010 and that was enough for me. I went home after that satisfied that I'd seen them do a perfect set. Although, in fairness, the most recent song they played across 45 minutes was from 1989....but I still didn't care. Was certainly one of the musical highlights of my life.


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  • I'd feel the same, even if I had to travel to see them.
    But this feels like we're being cheated.








  • blastman wrote: »

    Seems like a great idea but allowing multiple votes seems like a cop-out.




  • blastman wrote: »

    come on guys i want to see them play dublin




  • Saw them in Donington '84, Hammersmith Odeon '85 & Manchester '12.
    Dublin 2015 would be nice but I'll go to Manchester again if they do a gig there.




  • Yeah I'd say that's all the Dublin votes will amount to.




  • Voted for Dublin and Belfast. Either would be great.




  • I voted for Newcastle, for obvious reasons, though I hope Dublin works out too. I think someone told me that the last time they were supposed to play Newcastle was when Nikki Sixx called Kerrang and said there was "too much snow on the roof of the arenas" and gave this as a reason for the cancellation




  • I voted for Newcastle, for obvious reasons, though I hope Dublin works out too. I think someone told me that the last time they were supposed to play Newcastle was when Nikki Sixx called Kerrang and said there was "too much snow on the roof of the arenas" and gave this as a reason for the cancellation

    Haha wtf!?
    Bad boys alright




  • If there were to play Dublin would it be the 3 arena or the olympia.

    I think they would sell out the Olympia but a 3 arena show would sell well


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  • #TRIM




  • Let's not split the votes between Dublin and Belfast, let's vote Dublin all the way.




  • PTH2009 wrote: »
    If there were to play Dublin would it be the 3 arena or the olympia.

    I think they would sell out the Olympia but a 3 arena show would sell well

    Would have to be 3Arena with the rig they use , Could see a similar size as Kiss from a few years




  • I voted Dublin ... but to be honest I'm not sure I'd even bother going to see them if they did play. Haven't listened to anything by them since Theatre Of Pain




  • Haha wtf!?
    Bad boys alright

    It was basically Nikki's way of saying that they were all doing too much cocaine to tour, it was told (I believe) to Mick Wall who wrote it in Kerrang as he couldn't directly accuse them of using drugs




  • ^^^ that sounds about right. lol




  • Mate's a journo in the UK, he's going to a Crue tour press conference on Tuesday, they be announcing a UK tour, no mention of here though




  • scudzilla wrote: »
    Mate's a journo in the UK, he's going to a Crue tour press conference on Tuesday, they be announcing a UK tour, no mention of here though

    Voted for Dublin again for whatever good that might do....saw some recent clips Vince is how do I put it....actually borderline acceptable not his shockingly bad usual really looking forward to seeing at Download now.




  • I voted for Newcastle, for obvious reasons, though I hope Dublin works out too. I think someone told me that the last time they were supposed to play Newcastle was when Nikki Sixx called Kerrang and said there was "too much snow on the roof of the arenas" and gave this as a reason for the cancellation

    ''Too much snow up our noses, more like!''

    - Mick Mars, several years later


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  • Voted for Dublin again for whatever good that might do....saw some recent clips Vince is how do I put it....actually borderline acceptable not his shockingly bad usual really looking forward to seeing at Download now.

    Watched clips from their shows on 'the tour' with kiss.

    He was awful.


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