Chickenfoot – House Of Blues – Atlantic City, New Jersey – May 18, 2012

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May 19, 2012 at 10:32 pm Quote #13695

kite
(2009)

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=406009

Chickenfoot
House Of Blues
Atlantic City
New Jersey
May 18, 2012
48khz/24bit

Recorded by bcironmaiden Recording came out GREAT !!
Recorded w/ SP-CMC-8 Sound Professionals Deluxe Audio Technica Cardioid Stereo Microphones >
SP-SPSB-1 Sound Professionals Mini Battery Module > Olympus LS-10 Linear PCM Recorder 48khz/24bit
HD > CD Wave Editor > TLH ( Flac 8 )> You

This was my 4th time seeing them , 2 times in 09′ and 2 in 12′. They were ON FIRE !!!!!
I was located floor level dead center in front of the mix ( and out from under the balcony ).
This show was worth the 179 mi each way ( including the dreaded dive across the Surekill
in Philly @ rush hour ) … Amazing Show !!! They did drop Foxy Lady from this show for
some reason … no encore at all, played til the end .

Setlist:
01. Lighten Up
02. Alright Alright
03. Bigfoot
04. Sexy Little Thing
05. Soap On A Rope
06. The Last Temtation
07. My Kinda Girl
08. Down The Drain
09. Somethings Going Wrong
10. Turnin’ Left
11. Future In The Past
12. Different Devil
13. Oh Yeah
14. Rock Candy

Chickenfoot:
Sammy Hagar – Vocals
Joe Satriani – Guitar
Michael Anthony – Bass
Kenny Aronoff – Drums ( Chad SmitH on tour w/ Red Hot Chili Peppers )

Enjoy And Rock On !!!!!!!!!!!



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May 20, 2012 at 5:23 pm Quote #13782

VAiN
(2767)

It must be easy to get a good recording when the venue is empty.


Resident dickhead. I will hurt your delicate feelings.


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May 20, 2012 at 7:37 pm Quote #13794

mrmojohalen
(5434)

VAiN:
It must be easy to get a good recording when the venue is empty.

Does that mean that crowd noise has to be piped in to make it sound like there’s a huge crowd ? :mrgreen:


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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May 21, 2012 at 7:24 am Quote #13823

sickman
(2368)

How come only 14 tunes, were they not the headliner or was it a double bill. It just seems kind of short.


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May 21, 2012 at 7:27 am Quote #13824

ron
(8928)

sickman:
How come only 14 tunes, were they not the headliner or was it a double bill. It just seems kind of short.

The shows are around 100 minutes, but the songs are long (or get dragged out), thus there are less of them than would be typical in a concert of that length.


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May 21, 2012 at 8:07 am Quote #13829

sickman
(2368)

ron: The shows are around 100 minutes, but the songs are long (or get dragged out), thus there are less of them than would be typical in a concert of that length.

Gotcha, thanks.


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May 21, 2012 at 8:32 am Quote #13839

src
(1559)

Alright Vain,don’t pick on sammy.


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May 21, 2012 at 9:38 am Quote #13849

zr1fevr
(154)

VAiN:
It must be easy to get a good recording when the venue is empty.

Why the hell come into this topic if all you want to do is say stupid shit? Some of us enjoy both bands. Your right, some of the VH shows recorded sound great too. Lots of echo in those arenas with 50-70% capacity crowds.


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May 21, 2012 at 10:00 am Quote #13855

Dave
(1940)

I saw Chickenfoot at Mohegan Sun and while the place wasn’t sold out, it was easily at least 80%-85% filled, and that place holds about 12,000 people. And yes, they do jam out some of the songs, like “Down the Drain” for example. But they never felt too long. Good show.


Stay Frosty


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May 21, 2012 at 1:15 pm Quote #13868

frankm
(4737)

VAiN: It must be easy to get a good recording when the venue is empty.

Don’t be hatin’


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May 21, 2012 at 7:49 pm Quote #13907

mrmojohalen
(5434)

Come to think of it, the show would have been cancelled if no one purchased any tickets. :-?


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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