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It´s a bit disappointing, the setlist is the same as previous year:

Highway Star
Into The Fire
Hard Loving Man
Strange Kind Of Woman
Vincent Price
Contact Lost
Uncommon Man
Well Dressed Guitar
The Mule
Lazy
Hell To Pay
- Don Airey Solo
Perfect Strangers
Space Truckin
Smoke On The Water
--
Hush
Black Night
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Of course it is.

Their setlist is about as imaginative as Hollywood doing another remake, which is not at all.
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Thanks, Ptr!
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Saw some clips, Gillan sounds like s**t (nothing new there, he should retire long ago), Paicey sounds asleep (or just old), Morse is doing the same thing he has been for 20 years which is playing the same runs (that one he has) /licks (those two he has)/phrases (wait, WHAT phrases??) that sound just as bland and boring as they did 5, 10 or 20 years ago and Airey's playing is about as exciting as a snail crossing the road.

This isn't DP anymore! Well, it is, it's just not Deep Purple. It's Diet Pink!

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This nostalgia tribute act has run it's course fellas, hang it up and walk away with some decency intact, this is embarrassing to the legacy of the true Deep Purple. emoticon

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Clearly there are a lot of people who want to see the band.

I think their profile is now at its highest since 1993. No reason to quit there.
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quote:

ptr wrote:

It´s a bit disappointing, the setlist is the same as previous year:

Highway Star
Into The Fire
Hard Loving Man
Strange Kind Of Woman
Vincent Price
Contact Lost
Uncommon Man
Well Dressed Guitar
The Mule
Lazy
Hell To Pay
- Don Airey Solo
Perfect Strangers
Space Truckin
Smoke On The Water
--
Hush
Black Night



It may be disappointing to fans who follow closely what they do, but for territories that haven't seen them recently (i.e. Mexico) it will be [sign in to see URL] question becomes will they mix it up for places they have in the last 12 months US, Europe....
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Clearly there are a lot of people who want to see the band.

I think their profile is now at its highest since 1993. No reason to quit there.



There are a lot of people who want to see a trainwreck too - or would if they had the chance. Doesn't mean it should happen or that its a good thing if it does. emoticon

I know they have no reason to quit in the monetary sense, just can't think of another one. But I'm sure thats the only one they need - and want. Pink Floyd's ''Money'' just started playing in my head, I swear. emoticon

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Clearly there are a lot of people who want to see the band.

I think their profile is now at its highest since 1993. No reason to quit there.



There are a lot of people who want to see a trainwreck too - or would if they had the chance. Doesn't mean it should happen or that its a good thing if it does. emoticon

I know they have no reason to quit in the monetary sense, just can't think of another one. But I'm sure thats the only one they need - and want. Pink Floyd's ''Money'' just started playing in my head, I swear. emoticon



Is someone selling people tickets to see a train wreck? Because its a bit complicated and risky. You'd have to know when and where it takes place. If its staged it might be nice but not the same. If it had already happened I'm sure the interest level would drop. And then the trouble of travelling there... I can see where you are coming from and its simply too far away.

I can think many reasons for not quitting. Maybe they enjoy it, maybe afraid of life in retirement... Who knows. But it helps staying on the road if it sells.
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You are getting very technical about trainwrecks dude! emoticon

Look, Diet Pink bloody s**ks nowadays and thats my opinion. That people go see them is irrelevant. They go see Justin Beaver and Bob Dylan too, even though he's an over the hill maniac and the other kid sucks.

Well, Diet Pink can go on for as long as they like, I still got more than enough of the real Deep Purple to enjoy! emoticon
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I hear you, buddy.
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