Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Larry B. » Sat May 16, 2015 12:07 pm

Matz wrote:
kv wrote:wow...he just didn't have the voice to sing that night...that's what happens when you just book some random ass show without practicing


it'd be so funny if they start tuning even lower than one whole step down to accomodate his voice...like 1,5 or something....pleeeeaase do that :lol:


I think they actually did that, but I don't remember at what stage of their meltdown. They went 3 half-steps down.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Six7Six7 » Sat May 16, 2015 12:38 pm



He talk-sang his way through every one of those and barely moved. He just swayed back and forth a little.

How is this different from the previous night when he just talk-sang and swayed back and forth a little? :confused:
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby blackula » Sat May 16, 2015 6:36 pm

It's just the same shit over and over. Not worth the price at all. How long is NS? 40 minutes? Then they add 3 songs to bring it close to an hour cuz of three days? Not cool charging $125 for that shit, so uninspired.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Pandemonium » Sat May 16, 2015 7:37 pm

Larry B. wrote:I think they actually did that, but I don't remember at what stage of their meltdown. They went 3 half-steps down.


They fell down the stairs.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Six7Six7 » Sat May 16, 2015 7:47 pm

blackula wrote:It's just the same shit over and over. Not worth the price at all. How long is NS? 40 minutes? Then they add 3 songs to bring it close to an hour cuz of three days? Not cool charging $125 for that shit, so uninspired.


NS: 45:13
Just because: 3:52
Three Days: 10:49
Stop: 4:15
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65:09

But then you have to assume that songs are sped up because the natural energy of live shows tend to speed songs up faster than their album version. So you can probably knock 5 minutes off the run time. But then add it back because Perry likes to embarrass himself with ridiculous comments about fucking his anorexic tranny of a wife between songs.

So yeah, they play about 65 minutes.

A band with: a 28 year career, 4 studio albums, a live/bsides/remix collection, and live album, can't figure out how to play a set longer than most new bands who are headlining in support of their very first album.

Considering how much Perry seems to give no fucks about the shows, while the rest of band can actually play everything without issue, I think we can safely assume Perry must be distracted thinking about getting back to his limo to snort some molly and xanax and go clubing with his wife.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby bman » Sun May 17, 2015 5:38 am

I like how Perkins smokes up every night before Summertime Rolls.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucnhoDYgQ_k
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Romeo » Sun May 17, 2015 7:50 am

Six7Six7 wrote:
blackula wrote:It's just the same shit over and over. Not worth the price at all. How long is NS? 40 minutes? Then they add 3 songs to bring it close to an hour cuz of three days? Not cool charging $125 for that shit, so uninspired.


NS: 45:13
Just because: 3:52
Three Days: 10:49
Stop: 4:15
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65:09

But then you have to assume that songs are sped up because the natural energy of live shows tend to speed songs up faster than their album version. So you can probably knock 5 minutes off the run time. But then add it back because Perry likes to embarrass himself with ridiculous comments about fucking his anorexic tranny of a wife between songs.

So yeah, they play about 65 minutes.

A band with: a 28 year career, 4 studio albums, a live/bsides/remix collection, and live album, can't figure out how to play a set longer than most new bands who are headlining in support of their very first album.

Considering how much Perry seems to give no fucks about the shows, while the rest of band can actually play everything without issue, I think we can safely assume Perry must be distracted thinking about getting back to his limo to snort some molly and xanax and go clubing with his wife.

I know Three days is not 10 min long live anymore, it's closer to 7 min.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby blackula » Sun May 17, 2015 8:04 am

Essentially they swap out Ain't No Right and Whores for Standing In The Shower and Idiot's Rule and triple the ticket price.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Noonesshocking » Sun May 17, 2015 5:27 pm

Jane's played the electric factory in Philly last night. I had no interest in going. Instead, I went to Faith No More the night before. It was a great show and I love the new album. As I left the concert, I saw Jane's on the marquee and thought "if only the Jane's reunion in '08 had followed the same trajectory as FNM".

Faith No More got back together based on the idea cultivating friendships that had been damaged years before. They said yes to some gigs and no to others. They didn't try to force new music. As they came to respect each other as individuals again, it happened naturally and the results are great. The fact that it took them 5 or 6 years doesn't matter. They are now enjoying respect and praise they never really had during their first run. Rolling Stone and the LA Times just ran really interesting in-depth pieces on the band and how the new album came to be. People in general are excited and interested in them. If Perry had handled things differently, maybe we'd be on the eve of a new OG Jane's release after years of anticipation. Maybe they'd be taken seriously.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Six7Six7 » Sun May 17, 2015 5:41 pm

The difference is that Mike Patton didn't marry a gold digging whore, has standards for his art, and he can actually sing.

Perry is a bad DJ with no voice who will do anything for a dollar as long as his wife can get paid too.

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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Noonesshocking » Sun May 17, 2015 6:09 pm

Lol I forgot about that add. Good God.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby ZOINK » Sun May 17, 2015 6:18 pm

Noonesshocking wrote:Jane's played the electric factory in Philly last night. I had no interest in going. Instead, I went to Faith No More the night before. It was a great show and I love the new album. As I left the concert, I saw Jane's on the marquee and thought "if only the Jane's reunion in '08 had followed the same trajectory as FNM".

Faith No More got back together based on the idea cultivating friendships that had been damaged years before. They said yes to some gigs and no to others. They didn't try to force new music. As they came to respect each other as individuals again, it happened naturally and the results are great. The fact that it took them 5 or 6 years doesn't matter. They are now enjoying respect and praise they never really had during their first run. Rolling Stone and the LA Times just ran really interesting in-depth pieces on the band and how the new album came to be. People in general are excited and interested in them. If Perry had handled things differently, maybe we'd be on the eve of a new OG Jane's release after years of anticipation. Maybe they'd be taken seriously.

Hit the nail on the head! :cool: :agree:
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby bman » Mon May 18, 2015 10:14 pm

Paramount Theater, Huntington, 5/18

Another Sold Out Show. I guess there's a few other Jane's fans out there than just on this board.

Huntington is a cool ass little town and the Paramount is a great venue. Lots of bars and restaurants near by. Older crowd again. Jane's came on late. Opener ended 9:00 ish. I thought Janes would come on at 9:30. It was 10:06 to be exact! I'm not sure what the delay was but the crowd was full and ready to go. The show was great. These guys are great musicians. Yeah, it's not 1991, and yeah it's not culturally relevant, and yeah they are just a great Karoake band, and yeah Perry is probably faking it when he head bangs during Mountain Song.. but you know what's great about these guys and the reason why they still pack a punch, is b/c they think they are still the shit. They are egotistical, they aren't fat, and they still out perform 95% of any bands out there. Perry is STILL a Great Fucking Front Man. The sound was fucking so tight tonight. Perry sounded fucking great too. He's still riffing and rambling between songs but he doesn't sound out of it this tour. He's working the audience and they all seem pretty together. Dave and Perkins are monsters. I mean it's never a missed note or beat. They are at the top of their game .. They even managed to add a little bit to Had a Dad. A little extended jam after the God is Dead lyric. Hey, for this band, that's a lot! I may have been the only one who noticed but whatever! Dave's Pigs in Zen Solo is also different. Slightly muted or something but it's definitely different.

B/C they were late on stage they dropped Standing in the Shower!
Anyway they sound great, the crowd sang along to every song, and they're Our band, so I recommend seeing them this run.
Later!
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby kv » Tue May 19, 2015 12:43 am

Did you stop talking your pills again?
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby clickie » Tue May 19, 2015 4:15 am

They were late for the gig, thats kind of surprising. I wonder what held them up? Hopefully it was dope. And now theyre all back on it and writing a new album.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby clickie » Tue May 19, 2015 4:27 am

I can't believe it though, it cost 125 and they show up late.
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby blackula » Tue May 19, 2015 4:41 am

clickie wrote:I can't believe it though, it cost 125 and they show up late.


And they drop shower, probably skipped Thank You, Boys...some NS show!
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby clickie » Tue May 19, 2015 4:46 am

How much money does a band lose if they go 3 minutes past there timeslot?
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby bman » Tue May 19, 2015 6:15 am

Brooklyn Bowl was the $125 show, and it was lame. These other shows are $65-$75 I think. Huntington was fun.

Stop.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzDpwngjPEU

Summertime.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO_LVloFZ5E
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Re: Spring/Summer 2015 tour...

Postby Romeo » Tue May 19, 2015 7:25 am

bman wrote:Paramount Theater, Huntington, 5/18

Another Sold Out Show. I guess there's a few other Jane's fans out there than just on this board.

Huntington is a cool ass little town and the Paramount is a great venue. Lots of bars and restaurants near by. Older crowd again. Jane's came on late. Opener ended 9:00 ish. I thought Janes would come on at 9:30. It was 10:06 to be exact! I'm not sure what the delay was but the crowd was full and ready to go. The show was great. These guys are great musicians. Yeah, it's not 1991, and yeah it's not culturally relevant, and yeah they are just a great Karoake band, and yeah Perry is probably faking it when he head bangs during Mountain Song.. but you know what's great about these guys and the reason why they still pack a punch, is b/c they think they are still the shit. They are egotistical, they aren't fat, and they still out perform 95% of any bands out there. Perry is STILL a Great Fucking Front Man. The sound was fucking so tight tonight. Perry sounded fucking great too. He's still riffing and rambling between songs but he doesn't sound out of it this tour. He's working the audience and they all seem pretty together. Dave and Perkins are monsters. I mean it's never a missed note or beat. They are at the top of their game .. They even managed to add a little bit to Had a Dad. A little extended jam after the God is Dead lyric. Hey, for this band, that's a lot! I may have been the only one who noticed but whatever! Dave's Pigs in Zen Solo is also different. Slightly muted or something but it's definitely different.

B/C they were late on stage they dropped Standing in the Shower!
Anyway they sound great, the crowd sang along to every song, and they're Our band, so I recommend seeing them this run.
Later!


you want to know who went to this show? People who know Jane says and Stop! and how do I know this? Because I belong to a FB group for people who grew up listening to WLIR. And EVERY SINGLE PERSON who went to that show commented on how they couldn't wait to hear those two songs. They aren't "fans". They're radio friendly fans.
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