Paris, Bercy, December 9th 2003

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Paris, Bercy, December 9th 2003

Postby RedruM » Tue Mar 13, 2007 6:33 pm

hi dude, and congratulations for your amazing website!!

just to let you know, when they played in paris on december 9th, they only played 17 songs instead of the usual 18 they played around that time. why? "sad but true" was supposed to be played, but the guy who typed the setlist made a mistake, and the band was so into their set that they only realised it at the end of the show.

a friend of mine had the confirmation from james at a meet & greet when they came back to paris.

regards.
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Re: Paris, Bercy, December 9th 2003

Postby yourlastwords » Tue Mar 13, 2007 10:14 pm

True.. that's what was posted on MOT too
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Re: Paris, Bercy, December 9th 2003

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 14, 2007 2:53 am

there's also a video on mot from Erfurt. There they said, that they forgot to put sad but true on Paris's setlist.
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Re: Paris, Bercy, December 9th 2003

Postby Wraith » Sat Mar 24, 2007 1:55 am

My setlist for this show is already correct: 17 songs, no sad.
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Re: Paris, Bercy, December 9th 2003

Postby yourlastwords » Sat Mar 24, 2007 4:33 am

Wraith wrote:My setlist for this show is already correct: 17 songs, no sad.


I think he posted this in order for you to put a note under the setlist on why exactly SBT wasn't played. could be wrong though
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