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Twins of Evil - St Louis - 5 October 2012
Started by Captain Spauldin Emma 1 year ago
  • Artist: Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson
  • Tour: Twins of Evil 2012
  • Date: Friday, October 5th 2012
  • City: St Louis
  • Venue: Verizon Wireless Theatre
  • Country: United States
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Captain Spauldin Emma replied 1 year ago...


1) Jesus Frankenstein
2) Meet the Creeper
3) Living Dead Girl
4) More Human Than Human (White Zombie)
5) Mars Needs Women
6) Drum Solo
7) Scum of the Earth
8) Sick Bubble-Gum
9) House of 1000 Corpses
10) Thunder Kiss ’65 (White Zombie)
11) Guitar Solo
12) School’s Out (Alice Cooper cover)
13) Dragula 

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Alan Morlock replied 1 year ago...

Rob Zombie and co. truly rocked it.  Apparently there were some problems with the pyrotechnics but I couldn't tell.  Everyone in the Zombie set was in top form, musically.  The showman ship involved was impressive.  There was never a static moment, every bit of the show was packed with energy and yet they knew how to mix it up to keep it from just being a blurred barage of noise.  Of particular notice were the solo moments, one for Gingerfish, the main guitar solo, but also the acoustic guitar solo.   As was to be expected the use of video during the show was great.  I found it immensly entertaining how clips from The Shining, a Stanley Kubrick film, played during the drum solo but then during Never Gonna Stop (which you for some reason didn't list above) instead of Clockwork Orange clips, some of the strangest Hentai I've ever seen was projected on the screens.   

At the St. Louis show Powerman 5000 openned and they were great.

The show overall though admittedly sagged a bit during Manson's set but he tightened up as he went on.

Overall a fantastic but cold night! 

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