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In Between Now and Then: 27%
The Wanderer: 27%
Stories Of A Stranger: 20%
Souls Aflame: 20%
Risen: 7%

Show Rarity: 39.93%
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A.J. Palumbo Center 01.20.2007 - Pittsburgh, PA With: Gomez
  1. Set 1:
    1. Anyway
    2. About an Hour Ago
    3. Risen
    4. On Top the Cage
    5. Old Man Time
    6. Hey Girl
    7. About Mr. Brown
    8. Mr. Moon
    9. Black Rock
    10. Heard the World
    11. Lay Down
    12. I Feel Home &
    13. Delicate Few
    14. Love and Memories
  2. Encore:
    1. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

Jon Galante
Nathan Acker

Reviews good setlist, minus opening the doors 45 mins late... not so much -FeelinEverfine January 21, 2007
nice mix of old songs (Mr. Moon and Black Rock were excellent). . . crowd only came alive for a few songs. . . it didn't seem like many OAR fans were there, just a bunch of drunk students -jsir January 21, 2007
Good Set list, About Mr. Brown and I feel home were great, making fans wait 45 mins out in the freezing cold was ridiculous, few asshole crowd sufers, Marc tried to get them to calm down but they never listen, and there was a hilarious fight in the seats, other than that great show, seemed like they were rushing, couldve played a few more songs -jtoka20 January 22, 2007
I also have to agree with everyone. It seemed like people only knew SOAS, Poker, and Hey Girl.

I was 2 feet from the fight. It was fucking hilarious. Idiots. -brandon_pitt January 22, 2007
listening to them jam this one out was worth waiting in the cold. The setlist rocked, and I agree with what everyone said. I felt like an outcast knowing every word to every song. but cheers to a great performance. -mkrcc12 January 22, 2007
great show, awesome setlist. Feeling like an outcast was great, i know i got well over my monies worth....OnTop The CAGE! -melewski January 22, 2007
show was good, standing outside before was pretty miserable haha. Yeah it did feel like they rushed a little, I expected another song in the encore but it was just poker. I was really hoping to hear something coming over or short a try (since theyve been playing it at most of the other concerts so far this tour but oh well. It seemed as though they looked at the setlist from when they played Palumbo last winter since they played all the big songs (anyway, about an hour ago, about mr. brown, I feel home, delicate few) and not playing songs like City on Down. Old man time was really good. Overall not the best ive seen them play but still a really good concert. -sieg118 January 22, 2007
Waited outside in the freezing cold for over an hour, but the show was definately worth it! Thought the setlist was awesome, but I was really hoping to hear Something Coming Over or some of the other stuff the guys are trying out for the next album! And I have to agree with everyone else, I definately felt like an outsider knowing all the words to the songs but it was still fun! Oh, and Black Rock was amazing! (Delicate Few too...really enjoyed those two) -dakota721 January 22, 2007
It was cold and it sucked being outside but the show was hot...There was to many younger kids there just to make out with their girlfriends.Black Rock was awesome. I was also kind of mad they didnt have any winter tour T-shirts? What was up with that -tcat36 January 22, 2007
i have seen these dudes a good number of times and this is probably one of the worst shows that i have seen from them. most of the fans were people that didnt know any of the old o.a.r. and the band really didnt show any emotion up on stage with each other or with the crowd. i was disapointed in the way that they play crazy in the encore and i thought that hey girl was also kind of week. i did however like that they played mr. moon that is a rare song to hear and one of my favorites black rock and delicate few were also awesome. i agree with other on here i think that they were a little rushed up on stage i would have liked to hear some more songs. what happend to old o.a.r. i liked them much better when there were true fans from the begining at all of their shows -schwaab1 January 22, 2007
sound quality was much better than previous shows at the palumbo. Setlist was kind of short but overall a good show. About Mr. Brown and about an hour ago were the highlights of the night. Some of you ^ need to get it together and realize you are real new fans even in o.a.r. standards. You arent a fan unless you actually bought their early albums liek the Wanderer and know there history from their roots. I'm not saying i'm #1 fan but i could recount each bandmembers life story and the origins of just aobut every song -wtlax11 January 22, 2007
Unbelievable setlist, only songs I wanted to hear was King of the Thing and Road Outside Columbus.. but great setlist... best ive seen... but do agree... noone knew hardly any songs... wish I could of been around the rest of you people that knew the lyrics. -MJLepor January 22, 2007
I agree with most of the stuff said. As you guys know there was a wait plus those metal detectors didn't help the lines (thanks to those idiots shooting up the campus months prior). This was my 8th OAR show and though there is a general consensus that not many "old school" fans (me being one of them) were in attendance, I of course sang every word to every song but I must say, there were a lot of people singing along to most of the songs. Lets be honest, the old Metro days back in 2000/2001 are long gone when the true hardcore fans would show up and make an atmosphere that you can't duplicate. Besides the losers crowdsurfing it was a really fun show. Maybe it was rushed a little, but it kept me dancing the entire show, which I normally do not do. Finally I would have loved to have heard King of the Thing as well, and maybe Hold on True or Destination...Great Setlist still. Glad everyone enjoyed it. Props to wtlax for mentioning the drastic sound improvement, everyone knows the AJ Palumbo isn't exactly the best building for acoustics, but the show sounded so clear. The recording came out awesome as well of this show, the only thing lacking is some of the crowd noise (due to being a soundboard recording). -dkizzy January 23, 2007
This was one amazing show for real. Like this was so awesome i enjoyed every minute of it. Oh yea for all of you die hard O.A.R. fans.. im not really a die hard fan and u r all complaining about people not knowing every word to every song.. and i mean come on people go to concerts just to have a good time.. hey if u kno all the words that great.. but i dont and i just went and enjoyed the show.. come on guys not all people r die hard fans u gotta realize that. -nashdogg10 January 23, 2007
I thought this was one of the best shows I have seen them put on, and I have seen 6 in the last year! I absolutely loved the setlist, esp On Top The Cage! Could have done without the crowd surfing! Why can't people just dance and have fun? I didn't even go to my seat cuz everyone was sitting down?! Even if you don't know the words/songs doesn't mean you have to be lame and sit down? Kudos to the boys!! ;) -carlysusor January 23, 2007