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Stories Of A Stranger: 35%
Souls Aflame: 24%
The Wanderer: 24%
In Between Now and Then: 12%
Risen: 6%

Show Rarity: 40.76%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Creighton University - Kiewit Fitness Center 11.04.2005 - Omaha, NE With: Michael Tolcher / Toby Lightman
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Lay Down
    3. Wonderful Day
    4. Hey Girl
    5. About an Hour Ago
    6. Heard the World
    7. Anyway
    8. The Stranger *
    9. City on Down
    10. James
    11. Night Shift
    12. Love and Memories $
    13. Get Away (Fast)
    14. Delicate Few
    15. I Feel Home &
    16. Black Rock (What I Am Tag)
    17. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Toby Lightman on vocals.
$ with the "Tamborine Ninja".

Steve Christy and Ed Paff

Downloads The Stranger 6.0 MB

Reviews no encore? interesting - but i think i can see why - the crowd seems to have sucked? obviously undeserving of an encore - MARC come to Indy.. QUICK -oldmatime November 5, 2005
Man what a great setlist. Overall the best show i have been to besides the crowd. I apologize for the actions of the crowd as a whole. A crowd should never act like that. It was very disrespectful to the band and the other people trying to enjoy the show. Thanks guys for a GREAT show with new and old songs. A great combination that really flowed well. Marc come to South Dakota! -bcb34 November 6, 2005
that was my first show. it was amazing, but i was disappointed in the crowd as well. i was a guest and drove up from wichita, ks. i understand it's a rock concert but no need to be dicks. and i was pissed no one even tried for an encore. i lost my voice and couldnt do anything about that. the setlist was awesome. a good combo of old and new. -thepoopsmcgee November 7, 2005
Fantastic show! My first OAR show, but I've listened to enough to know that this one was great. A beautiful blend of old and new. If you ignore the drunk children with no concert manners, this was a great first experience. Different venue, but worth the money. Thanks guys, I look forward to my next concert. -bwandzilak November 9, 2005