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Nine Inch Nails And Queens Of The Stone Age Play First Australian Show SETLIST

by Paul Cashmere on March 7, 2014

in Live,News

Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age kicked off their Australian tour in Sydney this week with both bands giving a musical snapshot of their entire recorded careers.

Nine Inch Nails went back as far as 1989’s ‘Pretty Hate Machine’ album and included the Kill Bill rarity ‘Burn’. However there was no ‘Closer To God’.

Trent Reznor ended the NIN set with his masterpiece ‘Hurt’, once covered by Johnny Cash.

Josh Homme took the opportunity to focus on the most recent Queens of the Stone Age album ‘…Like Clockwork’ but also slipped back occasionally to the 2000 classic album ‘Rated R’.

Homme’s wife Brody Dalle was the opening act.

Nine Inch Nails setlist

A Warm Place
 (from The Downward Spiral, 1994)
Somewhat Damaged
 (from The Fragile, 1999)
1,000,000 (from The Slip, 2009)
Letting You
 (from The Slip, 2009)
Terrible Lie
 (from Pretty Hate Machine, 1989)
March of the Pigs (from The Downward Spiral, 1994)
Piggy
 (from The Downward Spiral, 1994)
Sanctified (from Pretty Hate Machine, 1989)
Came Back Haunted
 (from Hesitation Marks, 2013)
Me, I’m Not (from Year Zero, 2007)
Copy of A
 (from Hesitation Marks, 2013)
Survivalism
 (from Year Zero, 2007)Only (from With Teeth, 2005)
Wish (from Broken EP, 1992)
Burn (from Natural Born Killers soundtrack, 1994)
Gave Up (from Broken EP, 1992)
The Hand That Feeds
 (from With Teeth, 2005)
Head Like a Hole (from Pretty Hate Machine, 1989)
Hurt (from The Downward Spiral, 1994)


Queens Of The Stone Age setlist

You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar, but I Feel Like a Millionaire
 (from Songs For The Deaf, 2002)
No One Knows (from Songs For The Deaf, 2002)
My God Is the Sun (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
Burn The Witch
 (from Lullabies To Paralyze, 2005)
Smooth Sailing (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
…Like Clockwork (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
If I Had a Tail (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
Little Sister
 (from Lullabies To Paralyze, 2005)
Fairweather Friends
 (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
I Sat by the Ocean
 (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
Make It Wit Chu
 (from Era Vulgaris, 2007)
Sick, Sick, Sick
 (from Era Vulgaris, 2007)
3′s & 7′s
 (from Era Vulgaris, 2007)
Better Living Through Chemistry
 (from Rated R, 2000)
Go With the Flow (from Songs For The Deaf, 2002)

Encore:
The Vampyre of Time and Memory (from …Like Clockwork, 2013)
Feel Good Hit of the Summer (from Rated R, 2000)
A Song for the Deaf (from Songs For The Deaf, 2002)

Brody Dalle setlist


Die on a Rope (The Distillers Coral Fang, 2003)
Dismantle Me (The Distillers Coral Fang, 2003)
Rat Race 
(from Diploid Love, 2014)
Don’t Mess (from Diploid Love, 2014)
Coral Fang (The Distillers Coral Fang, 2003)
Meet the Foetus/Oh the Joy 
(from Diploid Love, 2014)
Ghetto Love (From Spinnerette, Spinnerette, 2009)

Underworld (from Diploid Love, 2014)

Queens Of The Stone Age/Nine Inch Nails dates

March 6 and 7, Sydney, Qantas Credit Union Arena
March 8, Newcastle, Entertainment Centre
March 11, Perth, Perth Arena
March 13, Adelaide, AEC Arena
March 14 and 15, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
March 17, Brisbane, Entertainment Centre

Queens of the Stone Age and Nine Inch Nails are touring Australia for the Frontier Touring Company

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