The Power of T.M. Revolution, haha

Wow I looked at my blog stats this morning out of curiosity and found readership had increased by 1000% overnight. The power of T.M. Revolution! I looked at the links and search terms and it was mostly people reading about TMR and mostly from Japan. I tried babelfish to see if I could translate what was being said but if anyone has used babelfish before…it is mostly not understandable. I did get enough out of one site to realize they were wanting a set list of what was performed at the concert.

I apologize to fans in Japan who were looking for this but I actually did not expect to even write a post about TMR so didn’t note it and I can’t remember the particular order he sang the songs in but I will list below what I remember of the songs performed.

  • Ignited
  • Vestige
  • Zips
  • Web of Night
  • Resonance (from Souleater)
  • Albireo
  • Invoke
  • Meteor
  • Thunderbird
  • Heart of Sword

Anyone go to the concert? I’m thinking he did Hot Limit but I’m not sure and Love Saver during the encore portion?

T.M. Revolution, woohoo!

I thought I would write this while the thoughts/emotions etc. are still fresh. I am just back from the T.M. Revolution concert at New York Comic-Con. He did not disappoint and strangely enough when he got called out for the encore came out even more hyped than before. The encore set was really high energy. When he went to leave the stage he kept blowing kisses at the audience and thanking everyone and he and the band were giving each other high fives due to the audience reaction.

He was pretty good working the crowd with the usual “Hello, New York” and “I love <insert city here>” singers do when they play somewhere. What he did that was great was to tell the crowd that they were great and awesome. Who doesn’t like to the be told those things? He played all his anime/video game songs so that it was easy for the crowd to follow along and sing some of the parts. He ended (before the encore) with Heart of Sword from Ruruoni Kenshin. It was funny for me to see him larger than life up on the stage because just the afternoon before I had seen him walking around the exhibitors hall and he’s really rather short. He actually walked right by me but people didn’t seem to recognize him. It was only when he was about to pass me that I was like omg it’s TMR! At this point it wasn’t open yet to the general public so he seemed to be kind of rushing through looking at things before the general public came through in about 10 minutes. No doubt once the general public came in it would have caused a ruckus to have TMR walking around like that and getting recognized.

All in all it was great. I’m not sure how they scored his first U.S. visit in four years but I’m glad they were able to get him.

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