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Thread: [102]: AUG 09 2018 - BB&T Pavillion - Camden, NJ

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    Default [102]: AUG 09 2018 - BB&T Pavillion - Camden, NJ

    AUG 09 2018
    TWINS OF EVIL
    MARILYN MANSON - ROB ZOMBIE


    Venue: BB&T Pavillion
    Location: Camden, NJ


    Tickets:
    http://www.marilynmanson.com




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    Going. #31 for me.



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    We got Reflecting God as the opener!

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    Lucky!! that would have been amazing as hell

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    Nice to see Manson changing the opening songs during this tour. The last date I was at The Reflecting God was the opener, and it was awesome! Can't wait to catch this tour!

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    They played the reflecting god on european tour.such a good and powerfull song
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    I really enjoyed the show.. it was a pleasant surprise hearing The Reflecting God as the opener. I assumed he would d Cruci-Fictiom, which will never get old. Since I really don’t care for the amphitheater venues, I just decided to do a lawn ticket for $20. It always sounds like a good deal in theory, until you are 300 feet from the stage in a crowd that would rather get stoned than get into the show. My mistake.

    the last show I was at was the NYC show with the prop injury and Twiggys last show and never got to hear Say10. Finally getting to hear it live, it was definitely the highlight of the show last night. Major disappointment was not being able to see Cry Little Sister performed and just the continuous singing on his knees. It’s just an observation.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DecayingSinner View Post
    I really enjoyed the show.. it was a pleasant surprise hearing The Reflecting God as the opener. I assumed he would d Cruci-Fictiom, which will never get old. Since I really don’t care for the amphitheater venues, I just decided to do a lawn ticket for $20. It always sounds like a good deal in theory, until you are 300 feet from the stage in a crowd that would rather get stoned than get into the show. My mistake.
    That’s what I don’t like about amphitheater’s. You just feel so disconnected, unless you’re close to the front. Same goes for large venues, in general.

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    Always been a strong opener !! like on the "last tour on earth"

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    ^^^^^^
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