Sunday, March 14, 2010


From our special envoy ORANGUS

Saitama, Super Arena,
March 12, 2010

Rock'n'Roll Train
Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
Back in Black
Big Jack
Dirty Deeds
Shot Down In Flames
Black Ice
The Jack (incl Angus strip)
Hells Bells
Shoot to Thrill
War Machine
High Voltage
You Shook Me All Night Long
Whole Lotta Rosie
Let There Be Rock
Highway to Hell
For Those About To Rock

(WARNING: Explicit report. Orangus is widely known for his NON-politically correct reporting style -and lifestyle- Please DO NOT CONTINUE TO READ if you think this might affect your sensitivity)


Tokyo March 13 2010

Hi everybody! Yesterday AC/DC shook the foundations of Tokyo more than any earthquake that has ever hit the Japanese city before!

I went to the show with Junko Kawamura, one of the most famous opera singers in Japan (soprano). She is appreciated worldwide for her perfect rendering of the Mummy in Giuseppe Verdi's Aida. That was her first rock concert in her life. She just loved The Jack and Let there be Rock.

Thanks to our experience in the AC/DC ticket business we managed to exchange our 2 seating tickets (on the side) with 2 floor tickets. I actually quite enjoyed negotiating with female scalpers outside the venue. Yes! FEMALE scalpers!! Japan is truly an advanced country!

The Japanese audience was incredibly warm, before, during and after the show. Maybe it doesn't look like they're going to an AC/DC concert but when the concert starts they know how to rock... Almost like "latin" crowds and definitely more than the Anglosaxons.

The setlist was completely changed, with lots of improvisation and jamming by the band. They even took requests from the audience after the third encore. Unfortunately several lighting guys, technicians and stagehands committed suicide, harakiri style. Others were hospitalised in local mental institutions due to the stress overload.



Riff Raff

Live Wire

Downpayment Blues

The original setlist which was totally changed at the last minute

The Vice president with the Rock'n'roll nonno


  1. Martin Stockholm SwedenMarch 16, 2010 at 1:34 PM

    Must have been a great gig, pity about the crew members though, but the whole band striping during D.T./Chase the ace must have been something really special... ..heard that many in the crowd were so exhausted at the end of the gig that they yelled Carry me home... which was misunderstood as a request, propably first and only time they played that song :-)...

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  4. I think you have no idea what AC/DC songs are what. Live Wire? Down Payment Blues? Riff Raff? More than 3 encores? Requests? This is all bullshit.