- Website http://www.leglessmoof.net/
heyho, welcome ... i suppose leglessmoof.net is yours and i've just seen that you got AC/DC tickets! lucky you! didn't have the glimpse of a chance over here in europe. all gigs were sold out in 12 (!) minutes ... hope they add some stadium concerts in summer! :-)
From one fan to another - thanks for all of the Met &NIN edits!
hey, cool you're keeping the setlists clean! really appreciate it! ... so one can see that AC/DC is always playing the same on their tour so far ... :-)
thanks for adding all the great setlists!
Hi there. Valid point on this The Killers setlist concerning the stats: http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-killers/2009/house-of-blues-myrtle-beach-sc-7bd6e68c.html
We know, that fixing stats is hard and repetitive work. Therefore we are currently (i.e. right now) testing batch editing of songs. If tests succeed, there will be support for batch editing songs tomorrow. However, it will only be available to moderators.
We really appreciate all the work you do here - thanks a lot, dude - and would really love to give you those privileges. There won't be any additional tasks, just advanced privileges. If you're interested, please let me know. And thanks again for all your work.
Great! I'll write you a message as soon as we pushed out the udpate tomorrow.
Greetings! Your now an official setlist.fm moderator - isn't that good news? :) See the moderator help page for information: http://www.setlist.fm/mods/help
We'd be happy to get feedback on the new features, especially the batch editing. Thanks!
I notice that you've subsequently edited a few of the setlist's that I have added - its all good! Its cool to see that this site has a moderator who is a metal fan! \m/
and reading those comments i see 'batch editing facilities' - now that would certainly make things easier when adding setlists for some bands! Opeth for example didn't change their setlist much during 2008.
Keep up the good work!
hey brian, just wanted to tell you that a) we added a feedback-form on uservoice.com to discuss things we could improve - starting with a question from mr_magpie - feel free to add your suggestions there. and b) that there's a new page showing all recent edits and comments in decending order on http://www.setlist.fm/mods/recent
PS: I copied this message to all moderators
Gosh, that's fcking A LOT metal concerts you have attended dude rocks! oh, and thank you for correcting my setlists. Greeting from Indonesia \m/
hey there, just wanted to ask if you got the mail I sent to all moderators and wanted to add that I forgot to mention the IP monitoring feature :-) hope you could figure out it yourself ...
Hi! I'm just wondering if you'd be interested in having a setlist.fm forum. Please vote or comment: http://setlistfm.uservoice.com/pages/14938-setlist-fm-features/suggestions/235081-add-a-forum
Hell-O, dear Collegue! I'm very anticipated about your STRONG CORRECTIONS around impromptu solos - because in my opinion, it's a VERY AWESOME AND MOST INTERESTED PART of every LIVE - again, LIVE SHOW - if you prefer clear setlists- no pronlem, sir - in my collection i have many hundreds 'clear' setlists who i bouth before musicians start to play own shows - it's many curious incorrect aspects. And many bands through the years changed intro themes at the beginnings of the livesets - how about these statistic?!
Don't Worry, my friend - and bury the hatchet. Sometimes i'm angry about easy soft specification and computer database utilization of treasuring info.. Q is - where are yiu from, dude?
in my opinion, biggest problem is VARIATIONS OF THE VENUE/DISLOCATION Concrete name - what do you mean/think about hammersmith odeon X 6 variantions, or about MARQUEE CLUB,London 7 auto-VERSIONS when i taping new entry.. 'cuse my very indiscreet questions and dirty bad english - i learn deutsch in the University. And i am based in Russia.
Many thanxx 4 Ur time and tell me a little bit more/described about event_monkey global mission - simply included new names of venues on regular non-stop basis for a library statistic or so?..
hi brian, removing the "Ontario" (or the BC or any other canadian state) isn't necessary anymore - we're going to make a huge cleanup of the venues. i'm gonna send a mail concerning this to all moderators next week - so far i just wanted to tell you this to avoid edits that aren't necessary anymore
I got a short question, becouse you changed some Live8 Concerts. Isn't Live8 (Live Earth, Live Aid) like a festival? Like an event? It isn't a venue, ok. So people aren't able to search for it if they want to know who played Live 8.
Regarding intro tapes, it can go either way. Sometimes they are included in the setlist and sometimes they aren't. The important thing is to be consistent. So "Churchill's Speech" should be added to EVERY Iron Maiden setlist where it was played, or it should be added to NONE of the setlists. Right now it's not in any of the setlists, which is why I removed it from 6/2/08. If you wanted to go back and add "Churchill's Speech" to EVERY setlist where Iron Maiden used it, that would be fine.
I've just seen yesterday's Metallica setlist - http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/metallica/2009/us-bank-arena-cincinnati-oh-2bd78c4e.html - and asked myself whether you've ever tried the Setlist.fm bookmarklet - see http://blog.setlist.fm/2009/04/fancy-setlist-bookmarklet-for-lastfm.html - to import events from Last.fm? Cheers
just wanted to tell you that there's a new feature to block editors, check out how it works on: http://www.setlist.fm/mods/help (copied this message to all moderators)
Please stop "correcting" things that are already correct just because the existing entry in your database says so..
For example, in the instance of the track "Life Burns!" by Apocalyptica, the official title of the song has the explanation mark in. Your database, which is presumably what you're basing your correction on, is wrong. I guess whoever uploaded an Apocalyptica setlist first got it wrong, and everything has been based on that? Or musicbrainz.org is wrong? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocalyptica_(album)
I would have sent this in a private message, by setlist.fm doesn't seem to provide that functionality.
Here's a good inconsistency you could look at correcting. There are currently four different variations of the venue for the Sweden Rock Festival in the database.
The correct venue, as per the official festival website, is: Norje Havsbad, Sölvesborg, Sweden.
So perhaps put "Sweden Rock Festival" as the tour name? Or just on the start of the venue name and leave the tour blank?
Hi there, I have two questions:
1) Why do you write "Call of Ktulu" instead of "The Call of Ktulu", which is the correct name of the song?
2) I'm very meticolous, so I was adding guitar and bass solos to Metallica's sets, where they were lacking, but you deleted them all. So solos must not be included in every set?
Thanks for the clarification! :)
"From the guidelines:
"If the concert is part of a festival ... the correct format should be ... [festival name], [city], [country] for non US or Canada festivals."
Even if you did want to leave the venue name as "The Forum, Sydney, Australia", the festival name should not go in the Tour field."
Does that include sideshows? This Killswitch show in question was the sideshow on the 26th of Feb. The actual Soundwave Festival in Sydney that they played was on the 24th Feb. That's why I want to change the venue to The Forum, Sydney so that people aren't confused as to which show the setlist is for.
Righty-o, well to clarify, a sideshow is a show played by an individual band or artist in between festivals during a festival run. However, the Soundwave festival refer to their sideshows as "sidewaves".
Thanks for understanding. I'll change the venue name, but leave the tour field blank.
hey there, just wanted to inform you that we put a forum online today and that there's also a forum just for moderators and admins where we can discuss stuff centrally, it's on http://www.setlist.fm/forum/setlistfm/moderator-forum
(i posted this message to all moderators)
You're doing a GREAT job, Brian! Thanks for your support!
found this & instantly thought you might like this one: http://cilekagaci.com/2011/11/30/metallica-on-stage/
To save some time, all of those shows by the pillows that you questioned actually do exist: http://deadlistparadise.blog91.fc2.com/blog-entry-208.html
Anything on there coded in either red or the blue-green color is a pillows show or tour.
leglessmoof, thanks for the reply. A similar thing is going on with De Pul in Uden.
Somewhere in time there was a new building that became De Nieuwe Pul, while De Pul was somewhere else and became De Oude Pul or something like that. Then De Oude Pul was torn down and De Nieuwe Pul became De Pul again. That was in 1997. I asked, no exact date knonw, unfortunately.