2007/09/13 Hong Kong, China

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Nine Inch Nails played at the Asia World Expo in Hong Kong, China on September 13, 2007 as part of the Performance 2007 tour. Hong Kong band The Lovesong was the opening act.

Notes

  • Some people have suggested that the crowd, toward the front, was particularly rabid at this show. Though the venue was not filled to capacity, the force at the front was intense. The Japanese girls seen in the official video were not the only ones present; some of them had seen all the shows in Tokyo and had flewn in anyway. And there did, indeed, seem to be a group of Jeordie White freaks up there, too.
  • Trent Reznor's talk in the middle of the show included a list of thanks, especially to the promoters for bringing them in to Hong Kong for the first time, and a self-proclaimed "corny" thanks to the audience for being there.

Lineup

  • Alessandro Cortini: Keyboards, programming, guitar, backing vocals
  • Josh Freese: Drums
  • Aaron North: Guitar, backing vocals
  • Trent Reznor: Vocals, guitar, keyboards, tambourine
  • Jeordie White: Bass, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals

Setlist

  1. "Hyperpower!"
  2. "The Beginning Of The End"
  3. "Heresy"
  4. "Terrible Lie"
  5. "March Of The Pigs"
  6. "The Frail"
  7. "The Wretched"
  8. "Closer"
  9. "Survivalism"
  10. "Burn"
  11. "Gave Up"
  12. "Me, I'm Not"
  13. "The Great Destroyer"
  14. "Eraser"
  15. "Only"
  16. "Wish"
  17. "The Good Soldier"
  18. "No, You Don't"
  19. "Suck"
  20. "Dead Souls"
  21. "The Hand That Feeds"
  22. "Head Like A Hole"
    ~encore~
  23. "Hurt"

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