Friday, February 4, 2011
Robyn was backed by two sets of drummers and two sets of keyboard wizards. I'm not a fan of the sound at the Electric Factory it's always very bass heavy, but last night it sounded the best I've ever heard. On songs like her mega hit “Dancing On My Own” you could hear every intricate little sound that makes the song so fabulous. Unfortunately Robyn seemed to be having technical difficulties, she was motioning at her sound tech during a few songs and was holding her ear piece while singing “Hang With Me”, if there was a problem the crowd and I certainly didn't hear it. My only complaint would be that sometimes the music would overpower her beautiful voice which was showcased on the last song, an acoustic style version of her top ten pop hit from the mid 90’s “Show Me Love” with a surprise intro to Abba's "Dancing Queen". Dancing Queen indeed!!!!
Note: at $25 a ticket ($35 with online booking fees) it was a steal.
1. Time Machine
4. Dancing On My Own
5. We Dance to the Beat
6. Don't Fucking Tell Me What to Do
7. Love Kills
8. The Girl and the Robot
10. Call Your Girlfriend
11. Stars 4-Ever
12. Get Myself Together
13. Dancehall Queen
14.With Every Heartbeat
15. U Should Know Better
16. Konichiwa Bitches
17. Hang With Me
18. Dancing Queen (intro)/Show Me Love
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