**** Oslo Fanviews Here 6/29/14 *****

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  • jjflashjjflash Posts: 3,152
    :-O :D
  • P34RL J4MM3RP34RL J4MM3R Posts: 944
    Another GEM from the European tour. Congrats to all who attended.
    There's no need to say goodbye
  • Really good show last night, great to be there. Felt a bit sorry for the band that there were so many empty seats and the crowd was obviously thousands below capacity. However, it didn't seem to bother the band or fans who were there as they were on top form.

    Not the best venue. Even though we were in the seating section supposedly nearest to the stage, it felt miles away. Not a patch on somewhere like the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam or the O2 in London. They ran out of beer in our section, which is never good (although, in Oslo, it saves you a small fortune!).



  • CharliePCharlieP Posts: 971
    I like when PJ play Oslo because it obviously allows them to experiment because of the rather subdued crowd or if the venue hasn't sold out (which clearly was the case last night). It's the best of the 4 shows I've seen so far this year (Amsterdam 2 and Stockholm close though) and we had a really great night at the rail. Strangest Tribe was a jaw-dropping moment, I was just sorry my friend was not attending since that song is his holy grail. This might be one of those boots which doesn't tell the whole truth (a couple of band mistakes here and there, Ed ws a bit hoarse from Stockholm, etc). But it was one heck of a show! My 20'th and I was constantly surprised by the setlist flow
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  • bootlegger10bootlegger10 Posts: 8,853
    It is going to be tough to think of many shows I enjoyed more than this one. Very lucky to have attended this one.
  • SchmaktSchmakt Posts: 185
    CharlieP said:

    I like when PJ play Oslo because it obviously allows them to experiment because of the rather subdued crowd or if the venue hasn't sold out (which clearly was the case last night). It's the best of the 4 shows I've seen so far this year (Amsterdam 2 and Stockholm close though) and we had a really great night at the rail. Strangest Tribe was a jaw-dropping moment, I was just sorry my friend was not attending since that song is his holy grail. This might be one of those boots which doesn't tell the whole truth (a couple of band mistakes here and there, Ed ws a bit hoarse from Stockholm, etc). But it was one heck of a show! My 20'th and I was constantly surprised by the setlist flow

    May have been some mistakes, but at least Ed remembered how Porch starts off this time. :)
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  • CharliePCharlieP Posts: 971
    Schmakt said:

    CharlieP said:

    I like when PJ play Oslo because it obviously allows them to experiment because of the rather subdued crowd or if the venue hasn't sold out (which clearly was the case last night). It's the best of the 4 shows I've seen so far this year (Amsterdam 2 and Stockholm close though) and we had a really great night at the rail. Strangest Tribe was a jaw-dropping moment, I was just sorry my friend was not attending since that song is his holy grail. This might be one of those boots which doesn't tell the whole truth (a couple of band mistakes here and there, Ed ws a bit hoarse from Stockholm, etc). But it was one heck of a show! My 20'th and I was constantly surprised by the setlist flow

    May have been some mistakes, but at least Ed remembered how Porch starts off this time. :)
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  • LenzLenz Posts: 68
    Thank you for a very intense and (unexpected) great show outside of Oslo in quite a strange venue

    this was my last show on the European Leg - see you in the US this fall
  • JmBJmB Posts: 2
    edited July 2014
    Can't believe they played RVM, Sad AND Last Kiss - and thats just three of many in a setlist that was extremely unpredictable :-) By the way - does anyone have an audio recordings of Ed talking after Corduroy that can be traded according to Foum Posting Guidelines? I know Ill have it in the bootleg but its a long wait ;-)
  • hansmariushansmarius Posts: 10
    Amazing night!!

    And greetings to everyone on Mike's side - we had a good thing going there with only a few black sheep trying to weasle in and ruin the mood. I brought my dad (60) to the shows in Stockholm and Oslo. He has not stopped talking about the shows and is ecstatic! There were italians, swedes, americans, etc. in our section and everyone was so cool. Except for a few of my fellow norwegians who were a bit of a problem for a while, but we got rid of them together. :)
  • RichardhRichardh Posts: 8
    My second show of the tour, 20+ overall and I REALLY enjoyed that, really enjoyed that.

    Some people don't understand how I can go and see the same band multiple times in a short period but that set is just just another example of why I can and will. Such enthusiasm from the band, such variety in the set and still playing songs live for the first time. Hearing the opening of Strangest Tribe gave me goosebumps. Most bands couldn't play that number of songs or for that period of time, just amazing.

    I'd also like to thank the guy (in the Man Utd polo) who moved to give my (small) girlfriend his place by the crush barrier halfway down so she could see the stage ok. Nice gesture, she had a ball.
  • sarnocmsarnocm York, MEPosts: 54
    Got to top off our 4th and last show of the trip by seeing the whole band coming out of their hotel the next morning and Ed said, "thank you" to me after I thanked for a bunch of great shows. My wife thought I was going to cry. ;)
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 9,430
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  • TheTabTheTab Posts: 142
    Hope I dont get beat up for this but I must say Ed's voice doesnt sound too great on the audience recording
  • pretextpretext Posts: 1,275
    JimmyV said:

    Any reports from the GA line post 10c's email yesterday?

    GA Line was very chill, everyone good to each other, be it getting out to pee, hit the merch stand (great fuckin' poster!), go across the street to get food and coffee, whatever. Security also was great throughout.
    Mind-blowing night, couldn't have asked for more, from new friends in the pit, FIVE new songs at my 22nd show, and multiple rare, personal favorites (LBC!). Words can't do it justice.
  • pjamphilpjamphil Toms RiverPosts: 8
    Congrats and condolences to those who have requested and waited for light years out there. Hoping to get it in October.
  • steinbasteinba Posts: 101
    Before:
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  • hansmariushansmarius Posts: 10
    damn, Setting Forth skipped.... :(
  • narnianarnia Posts: 622
    I escaped it...a life wasted...I'm never going back again
  • CharliePCharlieP Posts: 971
    Eddies voice was a bit rough but he delivered anyway. Wonderful show!
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    Berlin, Athens 2006
    Dusseldorf, Copenhagen 2007
    New York 1 + 2 (MSG) 2008
    Berlin, London 2009
    London, Berlin 2010
    Manchester 2, Berlin 1, Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Amsterdam 1 + 2 (EV solo) 2012
    Amsterdam 1 + 2, Stockholm, Oslo, Leeds, Milton Keynes 2014
  • steinbasteinba Posts: 101
    For me, the highlights of this fantastic show were in the encores. Satan's Bed, Lukin, RVM, Comatose... Just: WOW!
  • southernmanfansouthernmanfan Johannesburg, South AfricaPosts: 761
    They nailed Strangest Tribe it seems. What an amazing setlist.
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  • justdimijustdimi Posts: 256
    My Oslo photos - https://flic.kr/s/aHsjYLViKu
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    enjoy , greetings justdimi

    ( amsterdam I and II are also on flickr if your curious ;) )
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  • 2 amazing nights in Stockholm and Oslo. Both set list complimented each other perfectly. The stockholm set list made Oslo better and Vice versa if you get what I mean? You go out after 2 shows and 6 hours and all you want is more.

    Highlights for me were too many to mention, but Indifference in Stockholm, In Hiding, Hard to Imagine and obviously Strangest Tribe in Oslo needs a mentioning.

    Was one week away from having the chance to catch them live at Sentrum Scene ( a legendary concert ) in 1993, but my 5 shows since then has more than made up for it. They just keep on getting better!
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    *Stockholm 2012
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 132,832
    trade small town with strangest tribe..epic oh epic..of epic trade ever
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  • i_lov_iti_lov_it Perth, Western AustraliaPosts: 3,214
    I like the Poster to this Show.
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  • PassengerPassenger ScotlandPosts: 1
    edited July 2014
    Amazing setlist, certainly got your money's worth with the amount of time they stayed on the stage, support act not needed! Dunno if they do it at every show but very nice that they had Matt's son on for RITFW.
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 132,832
    sound fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!
    "...Dimitri...He talks to me...'.."The Ghost of Greece..".
    "..That's One Happy Fuckin Ghost.."
    “..That came up on the Pillow Case...This is for the Greek, With Our Apologies.....”
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 132,832
    at bootleg encore 1 sounds fuckin fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "...Dimitri...He talks to me...'.."The Ghost of Greece..".
    "..That's One Happy Fuckin Ghost.."
    “..That came up on the Pillow Case...This is for the Greek, With Our Apologies.....”
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