MARTY FRIEDMAN: Video Footage Of Moscow, St. Petersburg Concerts

Russia's Darkside e-zine has uploaded high-quality photos of former MEGADETH guitarist Marty Friedman's May 28, 2011 concert at club Tochka in Moscow.

Friedman's setlist was as follows:

01. Street Demon
02. It's the Unreal Thing
03. Amagigoe (SAYURI ISHIKAWA cover)
04. Ballad of the Barbie Bandits
05. Tsume Tsume Tsume (MAXIMUM THE HORMONE cover)
06. Elixir
07. Stigmata Addiction
08. Gimme a Dose
09. Cheer Girl Rampage
10. Asche Zu Asche / My Oh My (Mutation Medley) (RAMMSTEIN / SLADE covers)
11. Forbidden City (segment only)
12. Tornado of Souls (MEGADETH song) (Solo segment only)
13. Devil Take Tomorrow
14. Letter (Ryota Yoshinari on vocals)
15. Novocaine Kiss
16. Angel
17. Salt in the Wound
18. Ripped (including Takayoshi Ohmura guitar solo)
19. Yuki No Hana
20. Kaeritakunattayo
21. Dragon Mistress


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22. Thunder March

Video footage of Friedman's Moscow concert as well as the performance the following night (May 29) at club Jagger in St. Petersburg, Russia can be viewed below.

Marty Friedman's tenth solo album, "Bad D.N.A.", was released in Japan on August 25, 2010 via Avex. The CD was produced by Marty and engineered by Steve Hardy and Shinnosuke Miyazawa (LADY GAGA, GUNS N' ROSES) this April/May at The Village in Los Angeles, California.

According to a posting on Friedman's web site, "Bad D.N.A." is "a natural progression, picking up where 'Loudspeaker' and 'Tokyo Jukebox' left off and adding its own twists and turns."

Friedman's ninth solo album, "Tokyo Jukebox", was released in Europe on February 22, 2010 via Mascot Records. The CD featured extensive liner notes (written by Friedman in the "story behind the song" format) which are exclusive to the European release.

St. Petersburg on May 29, 2011 at club Jagger:

Moscow on May 28, 2011 at club Tochka:


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