Raw Power Posted August 9, 2007 Share Posted August 9, 2007 Last night was the best night of my life.. ever. I have still goosebumps, and chills down my back because of a major rockshock. What causes this is the Rolling fuckin' Stones. I waited for 6 hours and my legs was about to collapse, before the intro came on the big screen. I couldnt care less for my legs, everything else was forgotten. Keith came on stage and started to play "Start Me Up." I got chills down my back and couldnt believe what I was seeing or hearing. Watch these old guys on stage was just amazing. These guys is one of the bands who invented rock'n'roll, which has become my lifestyle. These guys created what Im living for. The band played great, everything was perfect. The stage was the biggest thing I've ever seen at a concert arena, and the good songs just kept going on. "You Got Me Rocking," "Rough Justice" and "Bitch" followed the intro. The show was on. I've read a lot of setlist so I know what I would get, at least I thought I know. The setlist was actually pretty unpredictable. I've never heard a better performance of "The Midnight Rambler." The band did an awsome job covering James Brown's "I'll Go Crazy" and Lisa Fishcer on backingvocals showed her talent by giving my one of the best vocal perfermances I've ever heard. I almost had to reconsider if "The Great Gig In The Sky" actually was that good. Then one of the highlights of the evning followed. Keith sung two songs by himslef. One of them was "You Got The Silver", with Ron on acoustic guitar." It was about now the show really took of. Mick came back on stage with a guitar, and the stage became mobile. It "flew" down the passageway while the band played "Miss You." While beeing in the middle of the audience, surrounded by 40 000 Norwegians the band played "It's Only Rock N Roll" and "Satisfaction." As the band played "Honkey Tonk Women" the stage went back to normal, and a hughe pair inflateable lips appeared.. it wasnt before then I realized that I was actualyl watching Mick, Keith, Ron and Charlie live. Suddenly I heard the intro beat of "Sympathy For The Devil" I was about to go mad. I had a hard time trying to not drop dead of just pure happiness. The stage appeared to be on fire, and the lyrics Mick started singing "Please allow me to introduce myself" and I lost concact with the ground, I've still not got back on the ground. Before the encore they played "Paint it Black" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash." The perfect ending for a perfect show. The Encore show was only one song, "Brown Sugar," which seemed to never end. I think each and all of the crowd wished it to never stop either.. Unfortunately it did.Best .. Night.. Ever! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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