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Dio Disciples -- Pawtucket, RI -- November 16th, 2012

I'm pretty sure the setlist was the same as posted for the Allentown show.

Highlights for me:
The Last in Line
Don't Talk to Strangers
Rainbow in the Dark

Great sound. I liked how the vocalists did RJD inflections while singing. Well, Owens kind devolved to his own style near the end, but it's cool.

The previous band, Witchburn, was interesting. Originals, a chick singer and guitarist. not too shabby.
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Highlights: The standard songs

They do an immense Don't Talk To Strangers though, I must say.

When I saw them in 2011 their Heaven & Hell was breathtaking.
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Highlights: The standard songs

They do an immense Don't Talk To Strangers though, I must say.

When I saw them in 2011 their Heaven & Hell was breathtaking.
What is with you and standard songs?
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What is with you and standard songs?
I think the question really is what is with everyone else and standard songs? Songs played all the time are boring. It's not really a great leap of logic
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When I saw them, the highlight was definintly Stargazer. That was one of the greatest live moments I have ever witnessed!
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I think the question really is what is with everyone else and standard songs? Songs played all the time are boring. It's not really a great leap of logic
But what is?
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Highlights of the gig I saw were definitely Stargazer, Don't Talk to Strangers, Lord of the Last Day / All the Fools Sailed Away, and Catch the Rainbow/Kill the King. Heaven and Hell was expectedly awesome as well.
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I see the town name and all I can think of is "Pawtucket Patriot Beer: If you buy it, hot women will have sex in your backyard."
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I thought this town was just fictional haha
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I thought this town was just fictional haha
Places like this and Pine Knob actually exist.
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