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Re: warmup shows setlists anyone

PostPosted: 6th Jun 12, 10:39
by James S
Same setlist in Brum but a different order and the addition of 'Geordie' at the end and a stunning cover of 'Losing You'. Cracking show and great to see Ginger having so much fun.

Re: warmup shows setlists anyone

PostPosted: 6th Jun 12, 14:54
by Gigantor
Nojahoda wrote:Dammit, why did I look at this thread?

Wish I could make one of the shows :(


I concur. :(

I'm surprised that he's not playing (kinda) obvious songs like "Internal Radio" or "Forget About It". Interesting... still a great list! Wish I could see it live.

Re: warmup shows setlists anyone

PostPosted: 9th Jun 12, 11:20
by darkblue
DangerousBeans wrote:
vanrad wrote: To me last night they seemed brighter and having even more fun. I think its great Ginger doesn't have to play all the Wildhearts standards because even though those are great being a regular Ginger gig goer it's good to have something different to fit with his standard of huge back catalogue. They played a few of SG5 and a few of the new tunes and a few Wildhearts ones.


Totally agree.Really enjoyed last nights gig.
Certainly lifted the shit mood the general public had put me in at work in the afternoon.

Wasn't a fan of Baby Godzilla(too heavy for my liking) but The Guns were fuckin superb.Bought one of their albums and i'm having a listen to it now 8-)

The 555% stuff was superb live.Hopefully we'll get a few more gigs of that stuff at some point.Be even better when the whole crowd knows all of the songs.


Completely agree with all of that. The Glasgow show was awesome.

I didn't make the rarities gig in december (the amount of trees that had come down and then watching my garden fence disappear in the wind put me off from travelling - and I've regretted it ever since). So to hear some of the less often played songs a couple of nights back was fantastic.

The 555% stuff came across really well (I got my wish to have Very Very Slow played), but getting Channel Bop topped the lot.

Also Baby Goszillas were all attitude over substance, but The Guns were really good. If I'd had more money, I'd have bought their CD!

Great night!!

Re: warmup shows setlists anyone

PostPosted: 9th Jun 12, 11:46
by mike1913
darkblue wrote:
DangerousBeans wrote:
Completely agree with all of that. The Glasgow show was awesome.

I didn't make the rarities gig in december (the amount of trees that had come down and then watching my garden fence disappear in the wind put me off from travelling - and I've regretted it ever since). So to hear some of the less often played songs a couple of nights back was fantastic.

The 555% stuff came across really well (I got my wish to have Very Very Slow played), but getting Channel Bop topped the lot.

Also Baby Goszillas were all attitude over substance, but The Guns were really good. If I'd had more money, I'd have bought their CD!

Great night!!


Sorry you missed Xmas gig (especially Inglorious, Can't Do Right & Splattermania! (thankfully they re-visited the first two for this show)), but you summed up the Glasgow show nicely.

Fucking Rainbow was both a noise and absolutely amazing at the same time. I didn't think we would get a better opener than Inglorious (last Glasgow gig); it was the one song I wanted them to play but didn't think they would, and then it was first!!

Interesting how great songs from Chutzpah sound and easy they fit in to the setlist now.

Loved S.I.N., brought back memories of when they opened with it at the Barrowlands (1995 I think, the one were part of it was broadcast live on Radio One)

But Channel Bop - completely unexpected and wow.

Thanks go to Ginger for including us in his wee tour.

Re: warmup shows setlists anyone

PostPosted: 23rd Jun 12, 19:13
by SteveP
Did they do 2 runs through very very slow at the other warm ups like they did at Glasgow, then hinting that they were going to do it a third time and going into Suckerpunch?

Re: warmup shows setlists anyone

PostPosted: 23rd Jun 12, 21:32
by Mattie
Yes (for Manchester)