Even though it’s been on the setlist since 2014 there’s still something intensely thrilling about hearing that staccato riffing chugging up through the dying kalimba intro and then tipping into the bone-crunching riff. Now with some brutal saw-mill sax slicing through the air, the piece has an added malevolence to it. It’s become something of a tradition in the flute solo for Mel to slip in a knowing reference for the local crowd. Tonight, it’s the turn of the Danish national anthem Der Er Et Yndigt Land" (There Is A Lovely Country).

First half
TUNING UP
HELL HOUNDS
DAWN SONG > LEVEL 5
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SCARCITY OF MIRACLES
RED
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CIRKUS
EASY MONEY
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INTERLUDE
TALKING DRUM
LTIA 2
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EPITAPH

Second half

LTIA 1 (KALIMBA INTRO)
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VROOOM
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TCOL
RADICAL 1 > MELTDOWN
RADICAL 2
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LETTERS
RED NIGHTMARE
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STARLESS
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ENCORES

BELL HASSLE
HEROES
21ST SCHIZOID

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Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt I
09:24
Written by Andrew Mather
..oh..c'mon..enjoy it while we can
...laugh a little if not a lot...it’s only RnR..rest & relaxation, rock n roll, reverb & resonance, riotous and reverential....it’s just so much fun!..a right & royal knees up in KC’s case..
Written by Galen Herod
Am I still engaging in a spirit of goodwill if i say i do not like the "quotes" in the flute solo? That is so corny. Big band soloists used to do that in the 40’s a lot. It’s a common trick, not special at all. I think it messes up a great piece of music. Can you imagine a little trick like that in the middle of "The Rite of Spring"? Strictly L7. A musical dad-joke.
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