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Thread: COLD & BLACK & INFINITE & OMG IT'S HERE - The NIN Tour 2018 Spoilers Thread!

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    My first show was the only time I’ve ever seen Trent come down for Piggy, back in 06. Good to know he still does from time to time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StockAvuryah View Post
    Oh shit, got a video of that ? What was the track ?
    Finale of "Piggy", see above conversation. There's no video (this was pre-YouTube) but you can hear it: "NOTHING CAN STOP MEEEE--- (crowd goes nuts)". In my recollection, he took a few steps back at that moment and made a flying leap into the first few rows, then climbed back out in time to play that little kalimba solo at the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManBurning View Post
    Daaamn! I always wondered if he still did that or not. It looked like he was coming close to doing that at the Royal Albert Hall show in London while I was up at the front, but it looked like he had second thoughts right at the last second. I was like "wait, is he gearing up to coming down" and then... nope... I got excited there for a split second. Good to know he still comes down once in a very blue moon.

    I remember being at the Toronto show in 2005 for the With Teeth club tour, and Trent JUMPED off the stage and into the mosh pit. Gone are those days. He's not exactly a spring chicken anymore, he'd probably throw his back out doing that, haha.
    I was watching some videos from the NINJA Tour and Trent went into the crowd during Piggy and left the crowd to sing the "Nothing can stop me now" part as he crawled back onto the stage. Also, he jumped into the drum set during a set closer of Wish with the Dillinger Escape Plan. That whole year was NIN being classic. Energetic and destructive NIN is my favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nooneimportant View Post
    I was watching some videos from the NINJA Tour and Trent went into the crowd during Piggy and left the crowd to sing the "Nothing can stop me now" part as he crawled back onto the stage. Also, he jumped into the drum set during a set closer of Wish with the Dillinger Escape Plan. That whole year was NIN being classic. Energetic and destructive NIN is my favorite.
    Oh yeah that shit is amazing

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qboe5CebixA

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    I can only imagine how sore Trent was after the drum dive, though. Hell, I'm only in my 30's and that sounds painful.

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    It seems kinda weird so many shows are lacking NTAE songs. After the current run I am done looking at the song set list till after Memphis. I loved having all the surprises on the first night of Vegas, but I feel that show may be very hard to beat in terms of supriseing me. But ya never know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sick among the pure View Post
    I can only imagine how sore Trent was after the drum dive, though. Hell, I'm only in my 30's and that sounds painful.
    It sounds painful but I'd probably do it too because I'm stupid on adrenaline especially when it comes to music.

    As you all know, music makes you lose control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nooneimportant View Post
    It sounds painful but I'd probably do it too because I'm stupid on adrenaline especially when it comes to music.

    As you all know, music makes you lose control.
    Thank you for bringing that video back. Every once in a while that song gets stuck in my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan_NIN65 View Post
    It seems kinda weird so many shows are lacking NTAE songs. After the current run I am done looking at the song set list till after Memphis. I loved having all the surprises on the first night of Vegas, but I feel that show may be very hard to beat in terms of supriseing me. But ya never know.
    I agree. I feel like the setlists are starting to get stagnant and predictable again. He seems to alternate between the somewhat damaged/tdtwwa opener or the brances-bones/wish opener and then he follows a almost identical formula for the rest of the show. Not sure what's with the lack of NTAE songs, you figure out of all the songs from the trilogy, those would be the best ones to play.

    I'm shocked that "the idea of you" has not been played yet. That seems like a live staple. Would get the crowd going. "Not anymore" as well. I'm hoping those 2 songs debut for the North American leg. I'm not too interested in traveling down to LA to see the same set. I lucked out heavily by attending the first 2 London and Paris shows. I feel like I got the most varied setlists and then they kind of started to play it safe for whatever reason that is.

    I'm assuming cold and black and infinite will be more spontaneous when it comes to the setlists considering there are multiple back-to-back nights in the same city, especially LA. There's no way all 6 of those LA shows are going to be the same. I just hope it's more varied.

    To anyone that hasn't seen the show yet though, it's a fantastic show and don't let this post try and make you think I was disappointed. It's a great setlist for someone that hasn't seen a show yet. But for someone who is planning on traveling for a show and attending multiple shows, I wouldn't travel to see this set if I've already seen it already. That's all I'm saying.

    I'm going to check out the setlists for the first few nights of Cold and Black just to see what they look like and that will reinforce my decision whether or not to A) fly down to LA and B) buy tickets to another show. So far I just have tickets to the Tuesday the 7th show, but I might grab the 8th if the setlists are "cum in your pants" amazing.
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