RogueSoul Posted September 10, 2014 Share Posted September 10, 2014 The Carnivores Tour is on its final stretch! Linkin Park, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and AFI will take the stage at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona on September 10. Linkin Park has performed in Phoenix many times before: on three occasions in 2000 (1, 2, 3), another two shows in 2001 (1, 2), 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, and 2011 - a giant 11 times! Who's ready for a history lesson? Before we start - allow me to point out that this show is a big one for LP: Phoenix is Chester's home town! Every time they play there, something special's bound to happen. If we really want to go to the roots of the band in Phoenix - it goes farther back than Linkin Park. Chester used to perform there all the time when he was part of the band Grey Daze. As for Linkin Park, their first confirmed show there in 2000 was a very important one in the Linkin Park trading community, and it still is: the show has the oldest recording of the band that is currently in circulation! You can go grab a download of it in this thread, if you don't already. The second show in 2000 is an interesting one - it's one of the rare occasions where the band really changed up their setlist. The main changes in the set include an opening combo of 'A Place For My Head' and 'In The End', as well as the dropping of 'Forgotten'. The last show in 2000 was part of KUPD's Red Christmas Party, which included other acts like UPO and Green Vinyl Dream. The first show in 2001 was an OFFEST show, which was an off-tour date of the Ozzfest. The lineup at the OFFEST show included Slipknot, Papa Roach, Disturbed, and Mudvayne. The second show in 2001 was originally booked for November 13, but it ended up being pushed back two days to the 11th. The show was part of the Family Values Tour, where the band performed alongside Stone Temple Pilots, Staind, Static-X, and Deadsy. Funny enough, Chester joined Stone Temple Pilots onstage for 'Dead & Bloated' during their set! In 2002, the band had to stop and restart 'Papercut' and 'A Place For My Head' due to the crowd being extremely rowdy - a rare thing for the band to do. The setlist included 'Step Up', 'It's Goin' Down' with DJ Z-Trip, and a cover of Deftones' 'My Own Summer (Shove It)'. The band returned again in 2003 for a two-show stop in Arizona at both Phoenix and Tuscon during Projekt Revolution 2003, where they performed with Mudvayne, Xzibit, and Blindside. 2004 saw them returning yet again with Projekt Revolution, this time with Korn, Snoop Dogg, The Used, and Less Than Jake. The band performed a great set, including a cover of Nine Inch Nails' 'Wish'. Ivan the Urban Action Figure, Bert McCracken, and Jonathan Davis came out to perform during the Hip-Hop Medley, 'Faint', and 'One Step Closer', respectively. The band returned again in 2007, where Mike thanked Phoenix (the city, not Mr. Farrell) for "giving them" Chester over the extended intro of 'Papercut'. Mike went into an entire speech about how they needed the band at the time, and they luckily found Chester. The band returned again in 2008 for Projekt Revolution, with Chris Cornell, The Bravery, ASHES dIVIDE, and Street Drum Corps. Chris came out onstage to sing 'Crawling' with the band, and the Street Drum Corps performed on 'No More Sorrow' and the bridge of 'Bleed It Out'. Again, during the intro of 'Papercut', Mike told a story about Phoenix (again, not our beloved bassist). The first time they'd heard their own song on the radio (which happened to be 'One Step Closer') was in Phoenix, at Chester's dad's house. What a great moment for the band! Finally, most recently in 2011, the band returned to Phoenix again with The Prodigy for the A Thousand Suns North American Tour. Mike sang the chorus of 'Burning In The Skies' over the extended bridge of 'Bleed It Out'! That concludes our lengthy lesson of the day! At the previous show in Englewood, Colorado, the band performed a pretty basic Set B, which features 'With You', the 2014 Abridged Version of 'Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You', and 'Somewhere I Belong'. The band has yet to implement any major changes into the setlists on tour, and we know they have a lot they have under their sleeves! The band has rehearsed 'When They Come For Me', 'No More Sorrow', 'A Light That Never Comes' in full, the rest of Hybrid Theory, and a bunch of others to be performed on the Carnivores Tour, but they didn't make the cut for the final setlists. Some of the songs, like 'A Place For My Head' and 'By Myself', are leading on our 2014 Live Poll - songs that fans want to see performed on the setlists! What would YOU like to see added into the sets? Check out this awesome performance of Mike's Solo Medley and the new 2014 Version of 'Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You' from the previous show in Englewood! Mike rapped a 'hybrid' verse of the Fort Minor song, 'Remember The Name'. What songs would you like to see Mike rap over his medley? ZiaJdm2bwQ4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> If you're curious as to what else you have in store for you if you're visited the Carnivores Tour - I've got you covered. AFI and Thirty Seconds To Mars are really giving it their all on these last few shows of the tour! AFI performed their regular setlist, featuring hits like 'I Hope You Suffer' and '17 Crimes', opening with 'The Leaving Song, Pt. II', including some older treats like 'Silver and Cold' and 'The Days Of the Phoenix', and closing out with a bang with 'Miss Murder'. Thirty Seconds To Mars performed their regular setlist again as well, which features an old-school opener of Carl Orff's 'Carmina Burana: O Fortuna' and their lead single from the band's new album, Love Lust Faith + Dreams, 'Up In The Air'. They include new songs like 'Conquistador' and 'End Of All Days', older songs including 'Search and Destroy' and 'This Is War', and new singles like 'Do Or Die' and 'City Of Angels'! Giant balloons fell during 'This Is War' and Jared went deep into the crowd during 'Kings and Queens'! During his acoustic set, Jared Leto took a request or two from the crowd and played the band's biggest hit, 'The Kill (Bury Me)'. The band closed their show by jamming to Pantera's 'Cowboys From Hell' and their hit from This Is War, 'Closer To The Edge'. The band invited fans up onstage from the crowd to dance and sing with them, too! Do you want to see a date on the Carnivores Tour but can't make it to a show? You're in luck! Jared Leto's online ticketing service, VyRT, will be livestreaming Linkin Park's and Thirty Seconds To Mars' sets live from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA on September 15! You can purchase a basic ticket for both sets for only $15, or the recently-added VIP for Linkin Park fans, which costs $40. It includes both sets live, access to an exclusive post-show broadcast with the band, and more! The band has recently used VyRT to livestream their Q&A with LPU Fans at the LPU Summit in Woodlands, TX a few nights ago! The band could hop on at anytime - Jared likes to do small VyRTs with his laptop webcam (he calls them VyRT Violet) and perform a few acoustic songs, and sometimes give the Echelon a treat! Recently, he showed a teaser from the band's upcoming live film, Into The Wild on VyRT Violet. Be sure to keep an eye on VyRT - Jared has teased that Mike and/or Chester would be hoping on solo at some point. Maybe it'll happen sooner than you think! Who's heading to the show? The band will likely perform Set A, to stay consistent with their setlist rotation. Stop by the Music For Relief booth and donate, you'll be helping put an end to the ebola epidemic taking place in Africa. If you haven't been keeping up with the world of Linkin Park, here's what you've missed over the past few days - the 12th LPU Summit has been announced for Amsterdam on November 7, 2014, and the full credits song for Joe's movie, MALL, has made its way to Youtube. We'll keep you updated on what happens at the show in Phoenix here, so check back after the show or follow us on Twitter for live updates! Check out the rest of Linkin Park's 2014 touring schedule here. Setlist 01. Mashup Intro #2 02. Guilty All The Same03. Given Up04. Points Of Authority05. One Step Closer (Ext. Outro)06. Blackout (Shortened)07. Papercut (Shortened)08. Rebellion09. Runaway (Shortened; Ext. Outro Transition w/ Wastelands Verse 1)10. Wastelands11. Castle Of Glass (Experience Version)12. LOATR/SOTD/Iridescent13. Robot Boy (Shortened)14. Joe Solo Medley15. Burn It Down16. Waiting For The End (Apaches Intro; Wall Of Noise Outro)17. Final Masquerade18. Mike Solo Medley (w/ Joe) (w/ Remember The Name)19. Numb (Numb/Encore Intro/Outro)20. In The End21. Faint (Ext. Outro)---------------------------------------------------- 22. Lost In The Echo (Shortened)23. New Divide (Shortened)24. Crawling (Shortened; w/ Faster Tempo)25. Until It's Gone (Shortened)26. What I've Done (Ext. Guitar Solo Bridge)27. Bleed It Out (Ext. Bridge w/ Drum Solo + The Catalyst Refrain) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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