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

Show Rarity: 32.58%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Franklin & Marshall College - Alumni Sports & Fitness Center 04.08.2006 - Lancaster, PA With: Scratch Track
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Wonderful Day
    3. Lay Down
    4. Hey Girl
    5. Here's to You
    6. Heard the World
    7. Dareh Meyod
    8. So Moved On
    9. King of the Thing
    10. The Stranger
    11. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) ->
    12. City on Down
    13. I Feel Home &
    14. Sunday Bloody Sunday
    15. Love and Memories
  2. Encore:
    1. Princess Valerie ~
    2. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (Devil's Intro / Highest Mountain Outro)
~ Marc solo.
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
First time Princess Valerie was played.

Nathan Acker

Downloads Princess Valerie 3.6 MB

Reviews Great show! Really enjoyed the opening! Can't believe they played 5 songs from my "dream" setlist! Even my "urban music" fiance had a great time. Scratch Track was a refreshing scene as well! -MikeQ April 9, 2006
great show...heres to you, dareh meyod,king of the thing, and so moved on were great...nice string of songs to end the set.SBS was amazing and the new song was pretty cool. Can't wait till 6/23 with DMB. -Majew10 April 9, 2006
Solid solid show. Here's To You is fing amazing live. Love and Memories is fresh every night now. They played the best opener. I Feel Home in the middle is awesome. Marc was really into SBS and throw in some more classics and new great ones fun ass show. Is City On Down in the right spot? I am pretty sure it was played earlier in the night???? -tindawg31 April 10, 2006

aesome show, not the best ive ever been too but i loved it...i love all oar shows and it was great to see marc, benj, rich, chris and jerry drinking their jack d out of the red solo cup during the show. michael paris loooks like steve nash....when is it going to be declared that he is an official member of the band cause he is really good at keys and percussion and adds a nice touch with the occasional was a decent venue, and heard the world and sunday blooody sunday were the highlights of the night as far as the crowd goes...i was the one on the front left with the green king of the thing shir (if any of you care)...and i interacted with benj a few times during the show....great show as always, cant wait to see oar with dave in a few months and ill be at merrieweather again this year and at the tweeter of course, cant wait to see you guys again, if anyone in the band sess this mesage , please play untitled and risen at the show with dave, the merriweather or tweeter show, i know ill be at more concerts than that but ive gotten tickets to those shows already and it makes my life to hear you guys rock out t those far as the crowd goes for f and m they were ok imean a little crowd surfingt happened in the beginning and i was one of them just cause i was having so much fun,but the opening 9-11 songs were off the chains and thanks to everyone there and to marc, benj, richard, chris, jerry, and mike for putting on a great show and everything...I LOVE YOU ALL -blazedscraps April 10, 2006
Great show!!! This was the fourth concert i've been to and definately not the last. The setlist was great!!! Awesome job guys!!! Scratch track was hot to!! -Special156k April 10, 2006
concert was really good. I have seen them 6 times now and they, as well as their energy, gets better and better each time. setlist was great. Regret rolling by Benj and Mike in the martini bar after the show and not buying them a drink. -getaway April 10, 2006
That was my 24th show and it was a solid setlist. It was nice to hear the new song "valerie rose" but that is 3 times now short a try has been on the setlist and has escaped me. It was great to hear so moved on, it has been awhile since I last heard that. Love and Memories was the best version I've ever heard. Great intro to poker but I'm not a fan of the way they have been ending poker lately. Bring back the so lonely outro!!!!! Overall, a good show, much better than the ram's head show a few weeks ago IMO... -phelps154 April 10, 2006
this was my fourth show and i thought it was great- finally got to here i feel home which was one of the highlights for me. the song valerie rose that marc did solo was pretty good also. love and memories sounded great. wish they would have finished poker but it was still an amazing show. cant wait to see them again- -wanderer104 April 10, 2006
This show was crazy! My second OAR show--got front row for this one too (hey, that's what you get for coming 4 hours early)...I was lucky enough to win a Meet & Greet with the band prior to the concert. They are truly amazing guys (down to earth, laughing, having a good time, and nice as can be). Marc remembered me from Camden because of my curly 'fro.

Scratch Track was a really good opener. I guess they're an acoustic rap trio? Jason Hamlin is RIDICULOUS on the guitar. He was playing drums on it, and then used pencils to play.

Anyways, the setlist was awesome. Started with 52-50, a song I love. I heard Wonderful Day and Lay Down last time, but they're still amazing songs. He got everyone crowd surfing during Hey Girl, and Here's To You was a big surprise that I enjoyed. Heard So Moved On for the second time (so lucky, my FAVORITE song---I asked them to play it at the Meet & Greet). Rest of the setlist was pretty normal, lots of solid songs. Loved Sunday Bloody Sunday, and especially the new 'Valerie Rose' song. Sounds really chill and good. Poker ended it, I kinda expected that though. Can't wait till Hershey with DMB and Camden with Jack's Mannequin!

I have pics on the site here from the Meet & Greet. -nitro84 April 12, 2006
an amazing show! the crowd was awesome, especially for a college crowd where theres usually more people there for the booz than the band. here's to you, so moved on, city on down, sunday bloody sunday, and princess valerie were all spectacular! best of the 4 college o.a.r. shows i've been to by far... franklin and marshall students should be proud. up there as one of the best shows i've ever seen, prob 2nd to madison square. -bjb33nyy April 21, 2006