Navigation All Setlists < Previous Show Next Show > Attendees I Went Who Went Edit Setlist Add Review Add Setlist ScanTraders I Have Who Has I Want Who Wants Tapers Add Source Stats
Album Stats
The Wanderer: 40%
Stories Of A Stranger: 20%
In Between Now and Then: 20%
Souls Aflame: 20%

Show Rarity: 49.2%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
Click here for a printer friendly version of this page
LSA Anaconda 08.30.2007 - Balad, Iraq With: none
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dareh Meyod
    2. About Mr. Brown
    3. Black Rock
    4. 52-50
    5. Anyway *
    6. About an Hour Ago $
    7. Hey Girl
    8. I Feel Home &
    9. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
    10. Love and Memories
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with the "Facemelter" on guitar.
$ with guest musician on guitar.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews I have been to a lot of OAR shows. This is one I will always remember. Who would have thought that while at war in Iraq I would still be able to see my favorite band. They took time to take pictures, sign autographs, and shook every soldiers hand at the end of the show. I always liked the music OAR has put out. But being at this show really showed me the class these guys have. So Thank you OAR for making my time in Iraq enjoyable for at least one night! I look forward to your future concerts back in the states! see ya at summerfest' -AFTrevor August 30, 2007
What a day. I got to spend a pretty good amount of my day with the guys. They were all very interested in what is going on on our base and what our job is over here. For the Show review what a night. The atmosphere was a little wierd, but hey its Iraq. If you could put what they looked like on stage tonight and back at college i say it was a college show all over again. No lights only tripod stand lights. Sound was loud as ever. (JP still made it sound good). Marc was very talkative during the show. He had a lot to say and explain what each and every song was about. One great highlight of the show was the no drunk high schoolers (or should i say no one was drunk). Well i could go on forever about this show. It was amazing and I even cried during I feel Home. When they play it in a place like this you can close your eyes and see yourself back at home for a show and being in the comfort of your friends. So all i wanna say is if you see the guys around or anyone from the crw go up and thank them. This show meant the world to me and i know it made a lot of people happy. I smiled for the first time over here and i couldn't get rid of it. thanks guys, Jeff -Jeffair728 August 31, 2007
This show was amazing and the band was awesome! I have been here in Iraq for almost 12 months with the Army National Guard and I have listened to O.A.R. on my ipod all of the time including outside the wire on missions and I was pumped when I heard they were coming here. I traded missions with one of my buddies so I would be guaranteed to go to the show. This was by far one of the best live shows I have ever been to. The band rocked and they were all so down to earth and cool when we got to meet them. I even got to take a minute to talk to Marc at the DFAC when they showed up at midnight chow. One of my younger soldiers actually got to get up on stage and play a song with them, so we were all going crazy. The show was awesome and it was so great to see my favorite band here in Iraq. Thanks guys for a rockin show! I look forward to more shows in the states. -dmcelhaney September 4, 2007