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Album Stats
All Sides: 55%
6
Stories Of A Stranger: 18%
2
Souls Aflame: 18%
2
The Wanderer: 9%
1

Show Rarity: 47.64%
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Midland Theatre 12.17.2008 - Kansas City, MO With: Mix 93.3 Jingle Jam 2008 Featuring: Sara Bareilles / Thriving Ivory
  1. Set 1:
    1. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    2. Lay Down ->
    3. What Is Mine
    4. This Town
    5. Night Shift
    6. War Song
    7. Hey Girl
    8. On My Way
    9. Love and Memories
    10. Living in the End
  2. Encore:
    1. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
Entire show is full band acoustic.

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Reviews As expected, they played mostly the radio hits and stuff off the new album, but that's what the crowd (average age 16) wanted to hear. Night Shift was a nice surprise. The band didn't seem too into the show, but the crowd was pretty poor and it was the last show of the year. Highlight for me was a back and forth solo between Jerry and Richard during Poker. Overall a pretty good show...cool to hear the acoustic versions of all these songs. -DMan318 December 18, 2008
I enjoyed the show, but I must say It was my least favorite of the three I've been to. While it was interesting to hear the acoustical versions, the show was low in energy and given that most of the crowd was people who didn't really know anything but the radio songs, the crowd wasn't into it for the most part due to the calmer atmosphere. It would have been nice to hear some more older stuff. -zenith37 December 18, 2008
that show was terrible all you can say weak performance please never do an acoustic show ever again
-chase2155 December 19, 2008
There are errors on the archive. Lay Down is on there twice (no Shattered), and LITE is named Alright Now. ?! (Alright Now?? Really?) Anyone know how to fix this or contact the taper to fix it?! -udmapguy April 16, 2009