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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 40%
Souls Aflame: 20%
Cover Songs: 20%
The Wanderer: 13%
Risen: 7%

Show Rarity: 33.28%
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The Tabernacle 12.04.2005 - Atlanta, GA With: The Violent Femmes / Bain Mattox
  1. Set 1:
    1. Lay Down
    2. Wonderful Day
    3. Daylight the Dog
    4. King of the Thing
    5. Hey Girl
    6. Ran Away to the Top of the World Today
    7. Love and Memories $
    8. One Shot
    9. Footsteps ->
    10. Black Rock (What I Am Tag)
    11. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
    12. City on Down
    13. Heard the World
    14. Sunday Bloody Sunday *
  2. Encore:
    1. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Michael Tolcher.
$ with the "Tamborine Ninja".

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews Bain Mattox was a good opener. But the Violent Femmes I thought went on too long.

However, OAR made it worth it with a great, energetic set full of hits and rarities. The covers were great and the crowd was really into it. Jerry came basically into the crowd as did Marc. Great show. -LoyalCow December 4, 2005
The Femmes were great in my opinon and only played an hour long set. The show was amazing. Paris adds so much to their live shows. Such a great setlist. It's a shame the show wasnt taped.
The Band had so much energy tonight, it being the last show on their tour. -connorfor2 December 4, 2005
Violent Femmes was a great opener in my point of view. (with all due respect, there is no need to diss their fans, LoyalCow.)

the set was a bit a short due to 99x's Mistletoe Jam thing. sunday and poker were rockin' as was the crowd. o.a.r. and the tabernacle are always a great combination. great venue, great's tough not to have a good time. -dave_4111 December 4, 2005
Amazing, the guys get better and better everytime i see them. This show was a little extra special because they signed autographs after the show, and meeting the band is always cool. -belairMD December 5, 2005
WOW!!! the show was absolutely amazing! if was very clear O.A.R. was having as good of time as the croud. great crowd, everyone was standing and dancing and feeling the music. only saw 2 crowd surfers and helped bring one down. micheal paris was amazing during hey girl. bain mattox was pretty good as was the violent femmes (thought they played too long). highlights of the show for me where hey girl, black rock (amazing), sunday bloody sunday, city on down, heard the world, and of course best of all poker! overall great show great venue -thewanderer90 December 5, 2005
Awesome show in the Church. Oh hey we had the Taberine Ninja during Love and memories too. so add. that. Overall hell of a show. just wish there was more older songs then just the new cd . but i understand since they just released it. -nsproles5001 December 16, 2005
did anyone tape this show? it was amazing! -csschaff December 17, 2005
amazing show!! when jerry leaned into the crowd i touched him, and it was probably the most defining moment of my life! :D

i wish someone had taped it!!! -svenskadoodle December 22, 2005
Show was great, but I had to leave early. There was some time sensitive stuff I had to attend to. When I got up the street, I got caught at a traintrack crossing realizing that I could've stayed another 20 or 30 minutes. My remaining friends who had come down from VA for the show let me listen from their cell phones. "Poker" was GREAT!! -emory March 12, 2006
great fuckin show..i absolutely love the tabernacle..wish they would play there again soon..the venue is one of the best in the country in my opinion..if i remember correctly their set was cut short because of the 99x thing that was goin on RATTTOTWT was money! -skinnybwb03 August 12, 2007