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 Post subject: 08/02/2007: Vic Theatre
PostPosted: Fri February 21, 2020 10:47 pm 
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Is this one of the most obscure PJ setlists of all time? Heard it on PJ radio yesterday. Very cool main set, and the crowd seemed to know everything - Eddie sounded awesome on All or None.

Main Set:
All or None
Education
Sad
In Hiding
Parachutes
I'm Open
Wishlist
Down
Undone
Off He Goes
Hard to Imagine
Gods' Dice
World Wide Suicide
Rats
Gone
Why Go

Encore:
No More
Inside Job
Low Light
Love, Reign O'er Me

Encore 2:
Comatose
Black Diamond (Matt Cameron on vocals)
Sonic Reducer

Encore 3:
Indifference (with Ben Harper)


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 Post subject: Re: 08/02/2007: Vic Theatre
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Can’t explain why we did it, but I hung out outside the venue for this show without tickets, we eventually went to the side of the building where we saw Boom taking a cigarette break, I believe while they were playing Rats. I had tickets to Lollapalooza and was in the area a day early. A memorable weekend for sure.


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I met Ben Harper and Laura Dern at the airport this night. He had to cut out onversation short to catch a ride and go "Sit in with the boys"


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Strat wrote:
I met Ben Harper and Laura Dern at the airport this night. He had to cut out onversation short to catch a ride and go "Sit in with the boys"


Wow what a snob

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My buddy's lawn mower crapped out on him and being the awesome neighbor I am, lol, I mowed his lawn for him. He thanked me with a six pack and this show. It has become one of my favorite shows. Love how the setlist is all over the map. Was a little skeptical with the way All or None started, but they clearly got their shit together and the rest of the show was amazing.

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The first half is one of my favorite listens. For so many lesser played tunes they do an amazing job with minimal errors.


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 Post subject: Re: 08/02/2007: Vic Theatre
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Biff Pocoroba wrote:
The first half is one of my favorite listens. For so many lesser played tunes they do an amazing job with minimal errors.

The first set is one of my all-time favourites to listen to. Apart from Gods' Dice and WWS (which should have been swapped around) there is such amazing flow between tracks, especially considering they are either rarely played or out of their usually position :nice:


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