Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, QL, Australia
Pantala Naga Pampa -->
When The World Ends
One Sweet World
Where Are You Going?
Lover Lay Down
So Much To Say -->
Don't Drink the Water
All Along The Watchtower
Oh what a night, my first ever DMB concert. I was even nervous as I had been waiting 5 years to see them live. But it was worth the wait. The night started with "Grey Street" which seemed fitting as the Brisbane Convention centre is on Grey Street. It was played as normal. They then played "The Stone" which is a favourite of mine. This song went off and they found there feet during this song and never looked back. "Everyday/#36" was jammed out with every one sing "Honey, honey, come and dance with me" the crowd sounded awesome. Next was "PNP" into "Rapunzal" which was the highlight of the night. Every one was dancing as the band jammed this one out for ages. Best song of the evening. "When the world ends" was nothing differn't. "Crush" had it's usally groove to it. It was played very similar to Central Park. "Satellite" is one song I wasn't expecting but was good to have an oldie in there. "One sweet world" was one I haven't heard in a long time and they played it with a differn't rythem and it sounded hot and was tight too (As usual). "Where are you going" was as per normal but nice to sit back and just listen too. "Warehouse" is always a crowd favourite and got everyone up and dancing again. "Lover lay down" was as per normal as well. Then came "American Baby", the new track and boy did it rock. The band was solid and jammed the end with Carter doing some amazing stuff on the drums.
"So much to say" into "Too much" was awesome the great link they use which just grooves like nothing else. Love the scat Dave. We then clapped and cheered for around 7mins (Arms where very sore) till they came back to do a encore. Finsihing off with "Don't drink" and "Watchtower", which both rocked out. Great way to finish the night.
Thanks guys for making it the best night of my life (next to my wedding night, he he)