|Untamed Orangus - 114 AC/DC Concerts and counting- Temperature in Werchter 7°C|
Rock or Bust
Shoot to Thrill
Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
Back in Black
Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Rock 'n' Roll Damnation
Rock 'n' Roll Train
Given the Dog a Bone
If You Want Blood (You've Got it)
You Shook Me All Night Long
Shot Down in Flames
Have a Drink on Me
Whole Lotta Rosie
Let There Be Rock
Highway to Hell
For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)
From the Orangus' diaries - Werchter 16 May 2016
Werchter was my 114th AC/DC. Those fans who have met me know I haven't missed one show since Arnhem last year (except Australia, which is too far). I did all the European shows, North American shows, outdoor and indoor, and saw Brian's last show in Kansas City. I will do as many concerts as possible, probably all the remaining ones. Nobody can stop Orangus, not even Axl Rose.
"If You Want Blood" was the perfect treat in Marseille and I couldn't wait to hear it again in Werchter. I was in Hammersmith in 2003 and had been waiting for this song since then. After the show in Marseille I had a smile on my face for many hours. People must have though I was completely crazy, which is probably true anyway.
The band played very well in Werchter. Probably Marseille was better until Let There Be Rock then, Belgium was better than France. The audience was calmer than France.
After Axl joined the only place I can really enjoy the show is in front of the catwalk. This was there is no chance I can see the stage and him. I can still enjoy the mighty sound of AC/DC and see Angus when he comes forward on the catwalk. I can jump as much as I want there as that spot is almost empty. Let there be (AC/DC) sound!
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