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Fred scat from Earth
75 MINUTES - SOME PERSPECTIVE
Note: I wasn't in Philadelphia; I did the rating only because it was req'd . OMAN played 1.5 hr in NY & Boston; Mohegan about 1.25 hr. The Stones & Springsteen are hardly a fair comparison; they may play longer, but tickets are also much more expensive. They've been at this a LOT longer & thus have a much larger catalog w/which to work. The last time I saw Springsteen the show started 1.5 hr after the announced start time. Both OMAM and Lower Dens (a 30 min performance) started on time. That scores points for me. . However one cuts it, 75 min of live OMAM is still better than sitting on the couch all evening. - one freak's opinion
Norm and Cyndi from Atlanta, Georgia
THE MET-OF MOSTERS AND MEN
Went to Philly with my wife (we are from Atlanta) to see Of Monsters and Men at the "Met". We have seen them twice before this show at the Met. It was a great concert that included a lot of their "NEW" songs. Nothing wrong with that since the new album is full of great songs. Their music has changed a little from their first album, yet what band has stayed the same through out their history. Short yes, yet to the point. I would rather listen to 19 songs than 25 with two or three 20 minute drum solos. You can see it in their eyes that they enjoy their music and enjoy playing it for the crowd. I will see them again hopefully next year.
JJ from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The songs that they played were excellent. But 75 minutes? That’s a joke. The Stones played two hours, Springsteen plays three hours. 75 minutes shouldn’t cost more than a movie. Disappointing!
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