U.D.O. Kick Off European Tour: Setlist, Photos Available

German metallers U.D.O., featuring former ACCEPT members Udo Dirkschneider and Stefan Kaufmann, kicked off their "Mission No. X World Tour 2006" in Dornbirn, Austria on Friday (January 6). Check out pictures at this location. The group's complete setlist for the show was as follows:

01. Mission No. X
02. 24/7
03. Independence Day
04. Trip to Nowhere
05. Metal Heart
06. Mean Streets
07. Heart of Gold
08. Blind Eyes
09. Cry Soldier Cry
10. Princess of the Dawn
11. Thunderball
12. Drum Solo - Francesco Jovino
13. They Want War
14. Guitar Solo - Igor Gianola
15. Animal House
16. Man and Machine
17. Mad for Crazy
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18. Holy
19. Cut Me Out
20. I'm a Rebel
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21. Balls to the Wall
22. Burning


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