Great review mate. Glad to hear you had an awesome time.
Stoked to be able to hear Nobody Can Save Me in high quality audio.
What a great experience that was. Great night, awesome setlist and Chester would be so proud. It made me realise even more how much of a good...
Definitely Faint from Rock am Ring 2007 (as above) and definitely this performance:
Good stuff mate. Really fun song to play. Great cover.
Exactly. This really was his only play.
I'll never forget when Chester broke his wrist on the second Melbourne show during the Minutes to Midnight Australian tour in 2007.
He was on fire...
Nice little tribute from a radio station down here in Melbourne:
What absolutely shocking news to wake up to.
The couple of times I got to speak to Chester I could really feel how connected he was with the fans...
Thats a good set length, hopefully it won't strain Chester's voice too much, which is what I was worried about with the extra time. I thought they...
I remember hearing that first live clip when it was put on here, the forums were going nuts.
I still really enjoy the song, and I love the...
A Line In The Sand
Burning In The Skies
That would make me happy.
Lies Greed Misery
Burn It Down
High Voltage (Reprise = Good, HTEP Version = Bad)
Probably a few more I could put there but nothing...
I tend to disagree with this sentiment. Nothing wrong with playing one or two heavier songs but why should they change it up for one festival just...
Here is a full Nobody Can Save Me performance:
.. but that's your opinion. Whilst I agree with the basic statement of Justin's music being good, no one has to adhere to what you've just said as...
Definitely A Thousand Suns going into Living Things. I didn't mind LT but if it were not for the second half of that album, I don't think there...
Nobody Can Save Me - 24 (+1)
Good Goodbye - 9 (-1)
Talking To Myself - 20
Battle Symphony - 19
Invisible - 20
Heavy - 13
Sorry For Now - 25...
I think it was Dave Matthews Band not Deftones (IIRC). Very good result for the lads.
One More Light debut at #3 on the ARIA Charts (Australia) behind Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles latest work.
The Hunting Party also debut at #3....
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