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Europe, Shepherds Bush Empire 19th Feb 2011


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Saw Europe for the first time last night, and the show was awesome.

They played to a packed house, which was obviously a good thing as they filmed the show for an upcoming DVD release.

Only downer for me is that while they played songs from the early career to the modern day, they played absolutely nothing from my fave album, Prisoners in paradise.

At the encore they did play a new track (Doghouse) and said they would be going into the studio in October to record a new album for release in 2012.

 

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just google the setlist and this came up :

 

Last Look At Eden

The Beast

Rock The Night

Scream of Anger

No Stone Unturned

Carrie

The Getaway

The Loner (dedicated to Gary Moore)

Seventh Sign

New Love in Town

Love Is Not The Enemy

More Than Meets The Eye

Drum Solo

Always The Pretenders

Start From The Dark

Superstitious

 

Encore:

Doghouse

The Final Countdown

 

looks like a horde of new songs there, but since I also dig their newer albums, this one is very good IMHO

lookin forward to the DVD :)

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