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All four acts on the second night of the stadium tour kicked it. Each group was energetic, strong and Vince Neil quelled all the dreaded reviews from Atlanta that his voice was shot and very bad. Sound was great and the evening was a blast.
Rob from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
MOSTY GREAT EVENING OF MUSIC
Like others have noted, the sound mix was off and on... but, mostly off. They should have taken the time between acts to rebalance, but sadly did not. Despite that, the show was great. Joan Jett was what you'd expect: fun, rebellious, and badass. Poison was terrific. Brett Michaels was full of energy and seemed genuinely happy to be home in PA. Def Leppard was great for the most part. However, if there was a downer to the show, the band's decision to include four songs nobody knows and inexplicably leave songs like "Let's Get Rocked" off of their setlist was a letdown. They played wonderfully, and Joe Elliott's singing was tight, but the setlist brought down the overall performance. Now, Motley Crue absolutely crushed as closers. The energy was great as you'd expect. Vince Neil's voice was not as awful as I'd been led to believe it might be, and the rest of the band played loudly and proudly. The Crue was unabashedly themselves and could not have done a better show closing the show.
Tstallie from Nashville, Tennessee
GREAT CONCERT BUT SOUND WAS A PROBLEM
Overall, the concert was great. Def Leppard was awesome. However, we could barely make out any lyrics from Motley Crue. We did sit in upper level seats but heard Jett and Def Leppard perfectly. We ended up leaving about 9 songs into Motley Crue because the sound was so bad. Neil was completely drowned out. We could hear alot better when we got down to the main level. Sad, we had waited 30 years to hear Crue.
Rick from Detroit, Michigan
MOTLEY CREW SOUND
The Crew sound was terrible we sat in the upper deck right in the middle of the stadium they need to get their crap together. All the other bands that preformed and sounded great
Dave from Detroit, Michigan
3 OF 4 AWESOME
Joan Jett, Poison, Def Leppard sounded great
Motley Crue sound mix was awful. Sound engineers screwed up badly, waaaaaayy to much bass drum and toms from Tommy Lees kit. Overdrove that by at least 25%. Made iI hard to hear guitars and Vince’s voice. The show part was great, just needed a lot less bass drum and tomtoms
James from Detroit, Michigan
STADIUM TOUR COMERICA
All the bands were awesome. But I have to say…I’ve wanted to see Crüe my entire life and this was the first…and I was really disappointed. It was like they worried more about sounding loud than good. People go to concerts wanting to sing along but you couldn’t hear the vocals - lead or backup. Vince sounded right on key just way too low. The music however was so loud it just became noise. And trust me I’m not someone who wants it quiet. People go to see bands like Crüe because they love the music…so why change? We know you’re Motley F’ing Crüe so you don’t need to prove it anymore. Just play the songs. Sadly this is the one and only time I’ll see them…not going back for a repeat of that sound. You could hear the vocals on every other band…including Billy Joel the night before. So this was just Crüe saying screw you we wanna blow your face off not give you a good time.
Ron Collins from Hershey, Pennsylvania
SOUND PROBLEMS IN HERSHEY.
For anyone in back, Poison had sound issues. One sec sounded good, and the next was bad. Ive been to probably 100 big shows and the sound was horrible. Motley was much better, but not nearly as good as other outdoor shows I saw them play. I was there to see the Crue way more then D.L. But i gotta say, possible because there sound was flawless and much louder even, then the crue, that I enjoyed it more! I heard that the concert in detroit had MAJOR sound problems for the Crue, and half the people in the stands left halfway through the Crues set. I believe it! For the ticket prices, you would think the sound people would have better quality control. Its like they dont realize its even happening! Either way, i took both my kids to there first concert and will remember it forever! As big of a Crue fan I am... THANKS DEF LEPPERD FOR A KILLER LOUD AND PROUD SET!!! Not to mention stellar sound...
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