Last edited by ADGZ662; 04-17-2012 at 11:06 AM.
It's not that I don't like Till I Collapse, it just wasn't a song with either of the artists on the bill. The only 2 things in my rant that are real dislikes are 50 Cent and Dubstep remixes of songs that are great as they are. I just think the setlist could have been better. I know the set was a lot of fun and was a great closing set, but it could have been better.
Edit: And I take back my statement about California Love, I looked up the set list again and it appears they did play it.
Last edited by Distorted_Jungle; 04-17-2012 at 11:08 AM.
EDIT* Maybe it was a "you had to be there" kind of thing? Dunno.
Funny how some people are just never satisfied. Always find something to bitch about
I can sum this up in a word: DOPE.
Yet you speak as though you saw it. I never saw a crowd dance as hard as this crowd at mainstage. So what the setlist left some things to be desired... we knew the set was going to be short and that there would be guests, so they couldn't conceivably play everything.
It's just hilarious that people bitch like this when they weren't even there hahahaha.
The confused look on everyone's face during the Frank Sinatra bit. Definitely a highlight.
3/30: White Fence, Twerps @ Bottom of the Hill
3/31: Public Service Broadcasting @ DNA Lounge
4/6: Hookworms, Disappears @ The Rickshaw Stop
4/8: Drive Like Jehu @ The Glass House
4/17: Swans, Angel Olsen
Come on, nobody thought that shit looked pretty close to real?
'11, '12.1 coldchella
This was the best set of the weekend for me ... freaking loved it!
Anyone else notice Snoop mess up a lyric when he was out there with 50? 50 laughed and missed a couple lyrics too. No big deal, but just a funny moment. I bet Snoop was too damn high to remember everything, haha.
My only complaint is the length and lack of a few big tracks. I know it's not up to GV to not let them play past 12, but that's a really dumb rule. They should have let them start at 10 to fit in an extra 30 min of music which would have been perfect for them to mix in some of the bigger omissions that people have mentioned.
Can anyone explain why they played "Jump Around?" Was it just a party track or was there some meaning behind it?
The graphic designer for the Tupac model must not have been very good with lips... Mic was glued to Tupac's face almost the whole time. Think I only counted two times when the mic wasnt pressed against his polygonal face. Though I could be wrong, that whole night is just a blur for me. Need to watch it on Youtube. Was a great show though. Stayed for Justice, ATDI, then I was all the way up front-left against the VIP gate.
Coachella 2013 here we go.
Wow, what a way to close the festival. Absolutely insane. The crowd was going absolutely bonkers the entire time, one of the funnest crowds I have ever been a part of.