2006.08.18 – FM4 Frequency Festival, Salzburg, Austria

Date: 18th August 2006
Event: FM4 Frequency Festival
Venue: Salzburgring
City: Salzburg
Country: Austria
Support: see timetable

Tracklist:
1. Army March Intro
2. Wake The Fuck Up
3. Breathe
4. Their Law
5. Spitfire
6. No Good (Start The Dance)
7. Back 2 Skool
8. Firestarter
9. Action Radar Link
10. Warning
11. Voodoo People
Encore:
12. Posion
13. Diesel Power Beats
14. Smack My Bitch Up
15. Out Of Space

Extra info:
Mainstage timetable:
12:40 – Brakes
13:25 – 3 Feet Smaller
14:20 – Cursive
15:15 – Tomte
16:10 – Editors
17:10 – Arctic Monkeys
18:30 – Kaiser Chiefs
19:50 – Mando Diao
21:20 – The Prodigy
23:20 – Franz Ferdinand

Review by jaksa:
After that brutal gig in Budapest, I decided to take some rest in the beautiful city of Salzburg and small place called Koppl, which is 8 km away from city centre and just few minutes from the festival area. Festival itself is situated at Salzburgring, which is some kind of racing circuit and is surrounded by the beautiful nature. Personally, I think that festival had a shitty line up, but I was here mainly because of the Prodigy. I am not really into Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys, Muse and Morissey, but I took some time to see them and wasn’t impressed at all. All I can say is that Franz Ferdinand had a nice gig, just after the Prodigy but that is it, just a nice gig.
Prodigy were great as always, but this gig was a bit shorter and there were some tech problems at the beginning as I can remember. I think that sound system wasn’t set up properly, because bass was really, really strong so on some tunes you couldn’t hear mid and high frequencies. You could easily notice this on Back To School and Breathe. Anyway, I enjoyed this gig more than one in Budapest, beacause place wasn’t overcrowded and there was less pushing and shit like that, so you had some space for jumping and dancing. The setlist was completelly same like the one on the Sziget. I was expecting to hear Heatweave at this gig, but it seams that it is reserved only for UK gigs. There was one funny situation at the gig, where one guy jumped over the fence and climbed onto the stage. He looked pretty wierd. I remember that Keith just pointed his finger to him, and security reacted immidiatelly and took away this guy from the stage.
As I said earlier this was a great gig, for me better then one in Budapest, but I will not write full review of it

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