- Set 1:
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Toby Lightman on vocals.
$ with the "Facemelter" on guitar.
# with the "Tamborine Ninja".
|Lynden Crestwood and Ed Paff|
Reviews Amazing! Was in the front row and they rocked the place. Great setlist, they played a lot of the classic songs. New songs sounded awesome. This is the best show I have been to yet. -RJaYE728 November 7, 2005
F*ckin awesome show. they played everything. the new stuff sounded great live. they played so much classic stuff. the crowd was so into it, everyone was singing and dancing, you could tell that the boys were having a good time. Benj took a picture of the crowd at one point. it was and awesome experience and thankyou. -doambr41 November 7, 2005
it was fuckin awesome... sang till my voice went out. front row! best one ive been to. i message them on myspace to play About an Hour Ago and THEY DID which was fuckin awesome! they played all the songs i wanted them to play. great show!only problem was they didnt let me bring in my digital camera when i saw a bunch of people with them taking pics.kinda pissed about that. oh well. -J120387 November 7, 2005
Amazing show, Marc sounded amazing. Great mix of old and new. Quite possibly the best non-summerfest show I have ever been to. -The Pic November 7, 2005
this show was unbelievable. they were playing new and old tunes and it all sounds great. the new music is way better live than on disc. City on down was unmarkable how they pulled that off. the crowd was into them the whole show just having a blast and the band new it too. Marc sounded better then ever. Jerry ripped the shit out of the sax like i never heard before. Encore with dakota, love and memories, and crazy game was the way to go out in minnesota. ive seen 4 shows and this one was by far the best one ive seen yet. keep rocking guys -leino30 November 7, 2005
My 3rd show, and easily the best. The band was so into it, and they played a great mix of their new songs, old songs, and some rare songs. If a tape does show up, listen to this one. Its great from start to finish.
Also, Toby and Micheal were great openers. -calerustad November 7, 2005
Ran Away To The Top Of The World Today, need I say more. Finally on my 17th show they played this song, overall great night -thebigWU November 7, 2005
The show was good, i love how the new songs sound live, although i love the cd sometimes studio recording limit the true sound of the guys. Best sax player ever, jerry amazes me every time i see him. keep it up!! 7th Show I've been too and it's one of the best! -jsk333 November 7, 2005
This was my 10th show and it was one of the best. My friend and I had gone down to Ames IA the night before and had a blast there as well. City On Down Killed, and jamming in With or Without you was unreal. Phat ass show and I hope some one recorded this show. -bandy November 7, 2005
My 2nd show...saw the guys when they stopped by northrop in the spring, but that can't even compare to this show. The setlist was friggen amazing...all my favorites from the new album with the classics. Missing pieces was a personal highlight and god damn....the guitar solo during anyway was SICK!!! The red lights during the black rock blood outro was sweet too. Overall just another insane o.a.r. show and the crowd was for sure feelin' it- jerry was nuts on the sax and seein' the whole thing from 2nd row didn't hurt either -oarfan34 November 7, 2005
Awesome show! I was right up front in the GA. people behind me were pissing me off but what can ya do. I loved every single song. The only bad part of the night was getting lost in the ghetto for an hour after the show. I would do it all over again though. Amazing! -rsanderson03 November 7, 2005
Great show the crowd and band were really into it and had fun... -MadDog November 8, 2005
This was a great show, we had a straight view since we were in the first row of elevated seats. great set, the new songs were awesome, my highlights were ran away to the top of the world and Dakota - i love this band -reomamakin May 2, 2006
My first OAR concert, a real treat though. Michael Tolcher was decent, better live and Toby Lightman was mediocre. Then OAR cam on and rocked the house. Anyway was definitly a highlight to the night. -tlmgillard August 25, 2006