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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 38%
Souls Aflame: 19%
The Wanderer: 13%
Cover Songs: 13%
In Between Now and Then: 6%
Any Time Now: 6%
Risen: 6%

Show Rarity: 37.39%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Gypsy Tea Room - Ballroom 10.18.2005 - Dallas, TX With: As Fast As
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Love and Memories
    3. Wonderful Day
    4. Whose Chariot?
    5. Heard the World
    6. Hey Girl
    7. About an Hour Ago
    8. Lay Down
    9. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
    10. Sunday Bloody Sunday
    11. Destination (Fire on the Mountain Tag)
    12. Daylight the Dog
    13. I Feel Home &
    14. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
    15. City on Down
  2. Encore:
    1. Delicate Few
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys and percussion.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews First of all, As Fast As freakin rocked!!! Props to those guys to getting such an awesome show kicked off. OAR was INCREDIBLE this time. the energy of the crowd was amazing. the guys played almost every one of my favorite songs. about an hour ago, hey girl, delicate few, city on down, and of course poker and home. but their new stuff was awesome too!!! not to mention sunday bloody sunday was freakin sick!!! thanks to the guys for doing the best concert ive ever seen. if anyone has a tape from this show ill trade you for my pick i got from marc -chilekevo October 19, 2005
Amazing show. Solid two hours long. I Feel Home was awsome. Delicate Few encore was undescribable. -SubsDubs02 October 19, 2005
Absolutely the best OAR show I've seen. Been following these guys since 1999 and have seen 6 shows but this is by far the best. I could have left after the 1st song of 52-50. It is the best song I've heard them play live since listening to them. AND THEY STARTED THE SHOW OFF WITH IT! Michael Paris is amazing on the Keys. Reminds me of Steve Nash with the floppy hair. He seemed to enjoy the show as much as I did. They played everything I wanted to hear except Black Rock but I've heard that at every other OAR show. "Whose Chariot", "Heard the World" , "DESTINATION"(my fav), and "City on Down" were definately high points and finishing with "DELICATE FEW" was fantastic. Only bad thing was the POSERS!! that left after "Crazy GAME" OAR should stop playing that song live. You have these damn teenagers who talk the whole show during great music and only respond to "Hey GIRL" and "POKER" which if you actually listened to all of the records those 2 songs aren't even in the top 10 best. "Heard the World" and "52-50" are going to be HUGE HITS. Keep rocking guys and I'll see you next time you're in TEXAS! -dsoccer12 October 31, 2005
I have been to 4 shows this summer and this was far and away the best one yet! The set list was great and the constant flow of jams was great. The only thing that made this show better was the fact I went with two trues, Gabe K. and Amy R.
Dsoccer was right I wish all of the yackers would have gone to the mall to do so. Never the less the guys put on a performance which wont soon be forgotten. Thank you guys and keep rockin' Tomas o a R -tomas o a r November 24, 2005
i didnt go to this show. all i know is that it was probablly full of a bunch of kooch dallas cowboys fans that are almost as gey as mike venafra. that kid drinks more semen than pamela anderson. in fact, he got this man whore named mr. venafra to d-slap him across the face so hard that he got dizzy, then made him splooge all over his face. he called it a fool in the rain. what a square! in conclusion, texas is almost as homosexual as micali. -bjb33nyy December 12, 2005