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Album Stats
All Sides: 45%
Souls Aflame: 18%
The Wanderer: 18%
Stories Of A Stranger: 9%
In Between Now and Then: 9%

Show Rarity: 51.13%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Center Stage Theatre 12.15.2008 - Atlanta, GA With: Q100's Miracle On West Peachtree Street Featuring: Natasha Bedingfield / David Cook
  1. Set 1:
    1. Living in the End
    2. Dareh Meyod
    3. This Town
    4. This Town
    5. Night Shift
    6. What Is Mine
    7. Black Rock (What I Am Tag)
    8. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    9. Love and Memories
    10. Hey Girl
    11. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews Show was good. Sort of dissapointed it was not an acoustic set as it was initially advertised, but OAR couldn't follow the David Cook set (which was totally plugged in) with an unplugged chill set. It was a free top 40's radio station show and I got what I paid for. OAR still rocked hard as they always do! -mottaboo December 16, 2008
Since this event was controlled by a radio station is brought out an interesting mix of folks. Place held 1100, was near capacity. OAR played a solid 10 song set. Leaned on their 'radio' songs, Shattered, Hey Girl, L&M's, which the crowd went crazy for but also gave us junkies some gems like Dareh, Night Shift, and Black Rock. I was just happy to be able to see the event. Marc was really nice to these 3 or 4 young girls in the front row. They couldn't have been more than 10 years old. He thanked them for coming out and said he wished his parents would have let him go to rock shows at their age. As always, the guys sounded great and really looked like they were enjoying the evening. -exit56b December 16, 2008
It was very clear more people were there to see David Cook. After seeing his eletric set it would have been a buzzkill for all the non OAR fans to see a unpluged set. The band made the right choice in plugging up for the night.
Also for the record Ryan Starr was the opener and did a solo acoustic set. -foots7 December 18, 2008