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The Rolling Stones
Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan
Wednesday April 5, 2006

The set list

  1. Jumping Jack Flash
  2. It's Only Rock'n Roll
  3. She's So Cold
  4. Oh No Not You Again
  5. Ruby Tuesday
  6. Rain Fall Down
  7. You Got Me Rocking
  8. Gimme Shelter
  9. Tumbling Dice
    --- Introductions
  10. This Place Is Empty (Keith)
  11. Happy (Keith)
  12. Miss You (to B-stage)
  13. Rough Justice
  14. Get Off Of My Cloud
  15. Honky Tonk Women (to main stage)
  16. Sympathy For The Devil
  17. Paint It Black
  18. Start Me Up
  19. Brown Sugar
  20. You Can't Always Get What You Want (encore)
  21. Satisfaction (encore)
Richie Kotzen (Warmup) : 7:00pm -  7:30pm
Rolling Stones         : 8:00pm -  9:55pm

Review by Hiroki Shibata, Fukuoka, Japan

The very first venue for the band as well as for me. This was my fifth Stones experience but just the second show in Japan (the first one is VL in 1995). Eleven years changed Japanese Stones fan more straight and proud to be a Stones fan. I saw many many Stone-fashioned people, much more than the last time in 1995.

JJF is always a great opener, (reminiscent of Get Yer Ya Ya's Out, of course). Keith was not smooth to start IORR but the rest of the song is perfect. Mick spoke many Japanese words, "Tsui ni kitaze, Nagoya!" (We are finally here, Nagoya!). It's always great for me to hear rare songs live. I was so happy to hear my first She's So Cold but it was not the audience favorite. Mick introduced ONNYA "Tsugi wa shinkyoku desu (This next one is a new song)." In contrast to She's So Cold, this ABB song was welcomed by the audience. Mick introduced Ruby Tuesday in Japanese again, "Kono kyoku oboeteru? (Do you remember this song?)" Many Japanese fans were recalling the first shows in Tokyo Dome 1990 (the version used in Flashpoint). There was not "cover" tune tonight, instead they played two Lisa-oriented songs GS and Dice. Believe it or not, Keith is the most popular Stone in Japan. So the audience (including me!) was so happy to see Keith sings the new song and also his trademark song so happily. B-stage transition is smoother than I expected. Charlie missed to catch up as Keith started RJ (or the other way around maybe?). For the few seconds until the band takes back the control of the song, Mick was looking back to Keith angrily. Hey Mick, take it easy. Then tonight's highlight came, Get Off Of My Cloud! The audience got NUTS and joined in singing "Hey! You!". The rest of the show was highly expectable, but their performance was GREAT as usual. From BS to the end of the show, I heard some annoying noise from PA on my side I really wished to see the second show (if ever) after fitting all the system to the venue. Thank you so much Rolling Stones anyway for stopping Nagoya. I am believing Mick's Japanese words during Satisfaction: "Mata aou ze" (See you again)!

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