Sunday, 18 May 2014

D-A-D - Something Good

Oi, almost forgot completely, I need to share some D-A-D.

A song that was not played live during the tour, but that is incredible both musically and lyrically, a real favourite if you ask Nik Serén in Hong Faux and I can only agree it's beautiful. One of the strongest tunes they have made, to bad that they didn't play it Live during this run as this should be included in the set, always. Just listen to the melotrone...oh it really get me goose bumps.

D-A-D is a Danish rock band known as "Disneyland After Dark", a name that had to be changed after a threatening lawsuit from The Walt Disney Company. Their style of music is often categorized as melodic heavy rock. They have also used the names D.A.D., D•A•D and D:A:D, each name representing a period in the band's history.

Here are some photos from the tour.

Paul their sound guy, amazing work he did during this tour, sounded awesome.

Troles their tour manager and backlinetech.
Stigge is doing one of his climbs during the show.

Laust is Action

Stig with a Cig!

Jacob in his classic pose



Jesper at The Capitol

A D-A-D & Hong Fuax cake we recived in Switzerland

A Thank you cake to D-A-D from us :)

Todays tune "Something Good" is taken from the seventh album "Everything Glows", released on April 13, 2000, and was the first album with new drummer Laust Sonne. With the release of this album the band also changed the spelling of the band from D:A:D to the current D-A-D.

Todays clip is from Roskilde Festival 2005.

The most common setlist on the tour:

Instrumental (Rin Tin Tin)
Evil Twin
Cloudy Hours
Jackie O'
A New Age Moving In
Grow or Pay
Monster Philosophy
Everything Glows
I Want What She's Got
Sleeping My Day Away

I Won't Cut My Hair
Bad Craziness
Encore 2:

Laugh 'n' a ½
It's After Dark

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