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OML Tour Setlist Evidence


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As the band starts rehearsing for promo shows and their upcoming tour, they'll be preparing some songs to play live. Here, we'll compile evidence and discuss what songs they'll be playing. Usually, we can scour rehearsal videos and pictures to find anything we can, but feel free to post any speculation.

 

*We can assume all the big singles like 'One Step Closer' and 'In The End' will be played, so unless there's specific evidence pointing to them being played, we'll leave them unlisted.

 

Possible Songs:

 

- Heavy - no brainer.

 

- Battle Symphony - also a no brainer.

 

- Good Goodbye - On an Instagram Live stream after the track went live, Mike mentioned how he would rap the demo verse of 'Good Goodbye' live if Stormzy or Pusha T weren't with the band. Later, on the day of the announcement of the North American Tour, the band posted a video of them at rehearsals performing a new live version of the song lacking Pusha's and Stormzy's verses and a new verse from Mike.

 

- Talking To Myself - In his guitar rig tour, Brad said that he is using a guitar with a capo on the fifth fret of a standard tuned guitar for a brand new song that has an acoustic part in it. If you look at the video of the band playing the song at the Warner Bros party, Brad plays this song with a capo on the fifth fret.

 

- Crawling (Piano Version) - Chester has said they are planning on performing stripped down songs on the upcoming tour. The band performed an acoustic piano version of the song at their Facebook Livestream, so it's possible this may be one of the songs they play. A lyric sheet for the song can be seen in this video (February 23 rehearsal), but it may just be left over from the Facebook show.

 

- Burn It Down (Piano Version) - Chester has said they are planning on performing stripped down songs on the upcoming tour. The band performed an acoustic piano version of the song at their Facebook Livestream, so it's possible this may be one of the songs they play. It's safe to assume the band will play this song regardless of whether it's stripped down or not.

 

- What I've Done - Mike briefly teased the intro of 'What I've Done' while playing a heavy version of 'Heavy'.

 

- With You - In his guitar rig tour, Brad said that he might bring his modified 6-string with him to play 'With You' and 'Runaway.'

 

- Runaway - In his guitar rig tour, Brad said that he might bring his modified 6-string with him to play 'With You' and 'Runaway.'

 

- Lost In The Echo - During the livestream following the North American Tour announcement, the band performed 'Good Goodbye,' the video ending with the intro of LITE playing.

 

- Wastelands - The band posted a video of them rehearsing the song on their Instagram story.

 

Set Structure

Here's what we can piece together from the various information as to how the set will be organized.

 

xx. Good Goodbye (Ext. Intro; Alt. Live Version)

xx. Lost In The Echo

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If they change the entire set to suit OML, I likely won't go to the shows. I want to hear songs off of Hybrid Theory, Meteora and Minutes To Midnight only but I understand that they're going to play songs from other albums as well. However, I don't want to hear only piano versions or stripped down versions of old songs. No hate, I just would rather not pay money for a ticket and pay money to travel to see music that I don't want to see.

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I don't know where is the right place to post this, so sorry if this is out of place but I think it's time to update the site and put "One More Light *insert continent here* Tour".

 

I'll do it for South America and Europe today. Waiting on more European information still after that, because that'll decide if it's One More Light European Festival Tour or One More Light European Tour, etc. Need some specifics. Waiting to see if they play any solo headlining shows.

 

Good point by you, because this is the first time they've done full tours before the album has come out since Meteora. With Living Things and The Hunting Party, for example, they toured Europe then released the album afterward.

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- Unknown Song - In his guitar rig tour, Brad said that he is using a guitar with a capo on the fifth fret of a standard tuned guitar for a brand new song that has an acoustic part in it.

This is Talking to Myself, as seen in the WBR headquarters performance.

 

One More Light and Invisible are also probably going to be included, based on performances so far. Interview with Mike and Chester about the European tour mentioned 5 new songs from the album in the set, so probably Heavy, Invisible, One More Light, Talking to Myself, and either Battle Symphony or Good Goodbye (I'd say Battle Symphony is far more likely).

 

Brad's Drop C-tuned guitars from the last run are gone, per the guitar rig tour video, so Rebellion is out for sure.

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Brad's Drop C-tuned guitars from the last run are gone, per the guitar rig tour video, so Rebellion is out for sure.

This kind of sucks. I hoped they'll keep it in the setlist for a while. I'm pretty sure now the only THP song they'll keep playing is Final Masquerade.

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LP's setlists are a roller coaster anything can fit BUT they won't play it 'cause they care so much about casual fans.

This. I think they will play something about 25 songs 20 well known songs for casual fans and maybe 3-4 non-singles or rare tracks mashups/hip hop medleys/mr hahn solos

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The studio version of Rebellion is one of the band's best songs, but its live version was kinda "lame" vocally and haven't improved over the time like Castle Of Glass (which started not so good as well but improved a lot later).

It added a lot of energy to the set, though. If you ask me, Rebellion and ALITS are the songs they should keep playing from THP. FM gets boring over time, and they already dropped UIG and GATS.

Btw, am I the only one who thinks the VGA performance of COG was actually decent? :P

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I'll be honest, short of them bringing back Until It's Gone, I'm actually not expecting them to continue playing anything off The Hunting Party (and probably only Burn it Down from Living Things, for that matter).

LP's been teetering on legacy act status for a few years now. New album stuff + "classics" will more than likely be the norm.

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What about Wastelands? I can see them performing that one and FM (from THP songs). ALITS will be probably be dropped, didn't enjoy it that much live either (too long in my opinion)

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Pretty sure that they don't have the balls to keep it.

True. Hardly any casuals know it.

 

I'll be honest, short of them bringing back Until It's Gone, I'm actually not expecting them to continue playing anything off The Hunting Party (and probably only Burn it Down from Living Things, for that matter).

I can see them playing the COG experience version. I don't think they'll bring UIG back though. They seemed to be tired of it as early as the Carnivores Tour, and it wasn't that big of a single.

 

EDIT: Good Goodbye and probably LITE as well confirmed.

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