Germany (Hamburg), October 17, 2005 Review

artist: rasmus date: 10/20/2005 category: live concerts
rasmus: Germany (Hamburg), October 17, 2005
The sound was totally awesome except for one thing: the mic sound was kinda blurry. Pauli played to good, he made his guitar srceam loud as hell and the drummer was way better than on the album.
 Sound: 9
 Perfomance: 10
 Overall Impression: 9
 Overall rating:
 7.7 
 Reviewer rating:
 9.3 
 Users rating:
 6.1 
 Votes:
 9 
review (1) user comments vote for this concert:
overall: 9.3
Germany (Hamburg), October 17, 2005 Reviewed by: hak_hap, on october 20, 2005
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Sound: The sound was totally awesome except for one thing: the mic sound was kinda blurry. Pauli played to good, I could hardly belive it. He made his guitar srceam loud as hell and the drummer was way better than on the album. The guys were all in a good mood it seemed to me. Lauri sang very good, he hit the notes and wasn't as exhausted as he once was when I saw the band live in Munich. // 9

Perfomance: I enjoyed the concert quite alot. The "Markthalle" (name of the location) is quite small, there were about 1500 people. Aki made a lot of jokes about germans. For example he said that he wanted to play a song about german things, so they played a one minute chantee about "Sauerkraut," "Bratwurst" and Beer. It was so amusing. Another great moment was when band made a few acoustic songs where they used two acoustic guitars, an acoustic bass and a tambourine. They played acoustic versions of "F-f-falling," "Chill" and "The Funeral Song." The also played (as normal versions) their hits "No Fear," "First Day Of My Life," "Sail Away," "In My Life" and a lot of their new album such as "Lucifer's Angel," "Heart Of Misery," "Keep You Heart Broken." The show started with the song "Shot." The song were all excellently performed, all band members did an awesome job. Lauri did a great show and got a lot of roses and teddy bears. // 10

Overall Impression: On the 17th of October The Rasmus performed live in Hamburg ("Markthalle"), Germany. The Opener was newcomer band called "Deep Insight." They're from Finland, too. Their genre could be some kind of 'garage-punk', very punk, totally twisted. After all there's one thing I'll never forget: one 16 year old girl showed her boobs (no comment 'cause I'm 20). I think I want to see them again. // 9

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