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2017/01/16 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland

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I see myself and @Dirty Rotten Bastard in that crowd shot :wub: WE SO HAPPY 

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14 minutes ago, Yaz. said:

I see myself and @Dirty Rotten Bastard in that crowd shot :wub: WE SO HAPPY 

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Actually I think it's like they can not remove from the setlist songs like Basket Case or Minority or KFAD. For a lot of people it's their first concert, in Torino they didn't play Minority and some were disappointed I guess. For me it would be awesome to hear some old and unplayed stuff instead of Basket Case, but can you imagine how some fan would react to this? I think they would like to play some other staff too, but they do it for us. Every band has some fixed song on the setlist. Aaaand, KFAD it's so funny every time.


Ps. I talked to Chris and he told me that Say Goodbye sounds amazing live, or at least at the sound check ahah and in his opinion they have to put it in the setlist 'cause it would be amazing. So I think they are just "tasting" the ground, and in the second leg of the tour starting from US, they will change the setlist a bit by adding some new stuff :) 

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