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Album Stats
Stories Of A Stranger: 25%
Souls Aflame: 20%
King: 15%
The Wanderer: 15%
All Sides: 10%
In Between Now and Then: 10%
Unreleased: 5%

Show Rarity: 37.19%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Meadow Brook Music Festival 07.21.2012 - Rochester Hills, MI With: Rebelution
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dangerous Connection *
    2. Night Shift *
    3. Old Man Time *
    4. Program Director *
    5. Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
    6. Light Switch Sky *
    7. Heard the World *
    8. Love and Memories
    9. Black Rock *
    10. So Moved On *
    11. Hey Girl *
    12. Fire *
    13. The Stranger
    14. Anyway * $
    15. Heaven *
    16. I Feel Home & ->
    17. War Song *
    18. Nasim Joon *
    19. About Mr. Brown *
    20. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker *
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
* with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
$ with "The Facemelter" on guitar.

Live O.A.R.

Reviews What can you say about the "Death of the Facemelter"?? That has been one of my favorite parts of Detroit shows since I first started going. I hope this isn't the end but I will say that him ripping his mask off was a lot of fun. Another great Facemelter memory.

I was really hoping for some "Tambourine Ninja" as that tradition ended many years ago but no luck!

They did the awesome "Marc & Richard Out In The Crowd" part on "I Feel Home" similiar to Red Rocks which was awesome (especially since I was about 5 feet away). The crowd was great - probably the best I've seen in Detroit since '04. The set was awesome -- I liked "The Stranger" more the next night in GR but such a great blend of songs. Very happy to see "Light Switch Sky" & "Program Director" back in rotation -SailAway July 24, 2012
I always make a "wish list" of songs I want to here, and this concert wasn't full of those songs like it has been the last few years. But, it still may have been my favorite concert I've been to (out of 6). Some songs were so amazing to hear live for the first time, it was just awesome.

War Song was so incredibly powerful, and playing I Feel Home on the stairs was awesome.

The crowd was the best it's been in years, even though everyone around me had a bit too much to drink in the pavilion. -faytz July 25, 2012