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Posted 05 February 2017 - 04:01 PM

why?



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Posted 05 February 2017 - 05:33 PM

why?

just realised i probs shoulda explained myself in original comment to rid any questions but:

 

bcoz (and not 2 knock the lads) these live sets seem to be more rigid than the other tour (AE LIVE stuff), like i went to 2 of their shows this tour and ive also listened to other bootlegs of other dates, and they all have a formula of ~32 minutes = heavy descending bassline thing (u know which bit im talkin about), ~45 mins = cathedral chords and ~55 mins = 4/4 stuff with what sounds like knocking on a massive metal sheet. they must have timepoints set up for those transition bits coz what they do is all procedural, dont think they sit there with a timer going "right, when this reaches 32 minutes im gunna switch to descending bassline bit". with AE live it sounds like a lot more is able to be moved about within the set

 

id still buy the shit out of it tho





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