Still In Copenhagen: Metallica 3 - 46 Princess

Don't know why, but this was the best set list of the year for me.

That Was Just Your Life
The End Of The Line
For Whom The Bell Tolls
Wherever I May Roam
Broken, Beat And Scarred
No Remorse
Sad But True
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
My Apocalypse
The Day That Never Comes
Master Of Puppets
Nothing Else Matters
Enter Sandman
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Hit The Lights
Seek and Destroy

Not like anything new or unusual was played. It's been a coon's age since Helpless was played, yes. But it just kicked my royal behind. The build up was a bit odd. Went in early - maybe that threw me off. By 1745 hours, we were on our spot at the balcony rail. Just waiting..... The first band took the stage and were yawn inducing. Even they seemed to be bored to tears. It was just dreadfully dull. The crowd seemed primed for the second band. It's like the second band brought all of their fans to the gig that night. They played 45 minutes as opposed to 35 they got the first night. I liked that. I really like them live. The energy just clicks. There seemed to be more people at this show too. There were more pregnant women and children at this show. Odd. But by the time the third band hit the stage, all was right with the world. We raised the roof! It was just plain fierce!

Afterward it got a bit strange again. Sneaky, subversive, strange. People just "disappeared". They walked off into the night never to be seen again. Things were said. Plans made. Then "pooof" - nothingness. Me and some mates heading out to get food then to the bar. It took us about a half hour to eat. When we arrived at the bar - nobody was there. It was like we got ditched. We tried texting and calling and the mobiles weren't working. We felt pretty grim and decided to call it a night. We ran into a lone wolf. He, too, looked grim, tired, and lonely. The four of us decided to check another pub and then two more. They have to be some where. . . By the time we came to the Raadhouspladtz, a search party was looking for US! LOL But still, between the now six of us, we couldn't locate or communicate with any one. We went to one of the bars - to loud, to brash, not our cup of tea. Had one drink. To boost my spirits I thought it was time for ANOTHER ice cream lolly. Bounty, of course! I skipped and sang the rest of the shortened night. By the time we hit the next pub, I was ready to call it a night. Back at the ranch, found one of our little fillies.

All in all it was a groovy kind of day.


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