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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBang View Post
    On that tour it was pretty standard for him to say that line (for no particular reason) at the end of "Dead Souls".
    the terrible bastard!
    i knew it had something to do with dead souls. i thought he did it before dead souls.
    But that was fucking 22 years ago, and, for instance, i was SURE both of those shows were closed with hurt until someone here told me i was wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by timdotexe View Post
    Wow is that even possible? Do you always arrive late?
    haha I know, some day Trent will come to my house play it a thousand times with me eagerly whippin back and forth in my rocking chair.

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    something i can never have

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    Quote Originally Posted by center27j View Post
    something i can never have
    I think I saw one of the best performances of that ever -


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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
    Don't feel bad. When he brought The Becoming back in '09, he stripped all the balls from the song. That acoustic guitar and lack of bass behind everything ruins the song. I hope he keeps it in mothballs unless he's going to match the album version more. And if that requires more backing tapes or whatever, then so what. I HATE the version he's played since '09.

    I like this version.

    Though I agree it is certainly missing alot of aspects from the studio and prior live versions, there's something powerful about this version. It's stripped down to just the raw energy of the song, the relentless driving rhythm carrying the song with just drums and bass. The acoustic guitar doesnt add anything, but its necessary for the breakdown.

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    I've been to 5 shows and I still haven't caught The Day The World Went Away. Really hoping to hear it live one day.

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    "In This Twilight". "Meet Your Master" is a close second. (interesting to me that they're both cuts from YZ...)

    (I saw WITT live. I feel compelled to point that out.)

    Quote Originally Posted by K-Rice View Post
    I've been to 5 shows and I still haven't caught The Day The World Went Away. Really hoping to hear it live one day.
    I love that live... I've seen it in the AATCHB and album configurations, I prefer the former but the latter was intense.

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    Now I'm Nothing

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    Right Where it Belongs.

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    Just Like You Imagined, The Great Below, We're In This Together.

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