Not sure if it was intentional or not, but during the outro Brad bends some of the notes while preforming his solo.
He did this a few times before, but this show was the most prominent display of it.
I also love the intro to No More Sorrow that was played at Milton Keyes and is still being played. Also, The Radience as the intro to Iridescent that was played in Chicago/New York gave me chills. The staduim felt silent cold and empty, which is the point, I think. None the less, It was an amazing atmosphere.
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Actually, in New York, The Radiance went into Breaking the Habit, they just cut it for the broadcast.
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favorite intro of all the time ...
I'm not a big fan of Don't Stay but this intro rocks.
Next time I should read the whole thread.
Yes, but it still sounds kinda improvised on the spot.
Actually a lot of their live intros and outros sounded awful first and got better with time. Like the Faint outro.
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