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Album Stats
All Sides: 38%
Souls Aflame: 23%
The Wanderer: 23%
Stories Of A Stranger: 15%

Show Rarity: 47.73%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Rock And Roll Hotel 12.16.2008 - Washington, DC With: MIX 107.3 Jingle Bell Jam
  1. Set 1:
    1. Love and Memories
    2. War Song
    3. This Town
    4. Lay Down ->
    5. What Is Mine
    6. Hey Girl
    7. Living in the End
    8. Black Rock
    9. I Feel Home
    10. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    11. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
  2. Encore:
    1. About an Hour Ago
    2. Night Shift
Entire show is full band acoustic.

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Reviews Absolutely the coolest concert experience I've ever been too. The acoustic sound was super tight and I loved being in such a small place. I've seen these guys about 20 times over the past few years and this tops them all; Encore of About An Hour Ago was RIDICULOUS! the whole setlist rocked. -jshap01106 December 17, 2008
First I would like to thank Alieze for scoring me the free ticket to the show... Karma!!!

Nothing better that seeing a show in front of 200- 250 people! Great set.. heavy on the new pop hits... GREAT finish! About an hour ago was AMAZING! Many people were calling for City on Down but for what ever reason the band didn't want to play it. Can anyone explain why? COD is arguably the band's GREATEST song but it is rarely played these days... what give's?? -hartwickds December 17, 2008
Last nights show was AMAZING!! It was really cool seeing them in a small venue, and the sound in there was great. It was cool for them to come back out and play a couple of more songs, that made the night. My husband was one of the few that was yelling City on Down, that would have been great to hear. Again a great show and looking forward to the next! -maryland 1993 December 17, 2008