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Album Stats
Souls Aflame: 50%
The Wanderer: 42%
Risen: 8%

Show Rarity: 36.82%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Ludlow's 05.05.1999 - Columbus, OH With: none
  1. Set 1:
    1. Get Away
    2. Night Shift
    3. About an Hour Ago
    4. Conquering Fools
    5. On Top the Cage *
    6. About Mr. Brown
    7. The Wanderer
    8. City on Down
    9. Hey Girl
    10. Here's to You
    11. Untitled
    12. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
* with Ari Goldstein of Ordinary Peoples on vocals.

Allen Nenni

Reviews My first OAR concert, also I was the first to record them live. I remember friends of mine introducing me to their music and I instantly fell in love with their sound. At the time I was really big into DMB rarities and their early shows, so I saw my opportunity with OAR to do the same for them. I reached out to the band (Mark I believe) over email to ask if I could connect directly into the sound board (knowing it would sound the best) and to my amazement they allowed it. I recorded it onto a Mini-Disc recorder and it ended up being a great recording. I spent the next day or so doing artwork for my cover (used "dogs playing poker"), and got to deliver it directly to the band. I remember it vividly because I swapped it for their first two albums. Stupid me should have paid for them but I was a poor freshmen... and it was spring and I had run out of money. Anyway, Mark popped a string before Hey Girl and it took FOREVER to get it fixed, which is why my recording picks up half way through the song, I was coming back from the bathroom. One of the other strange things that happened was, after sharing it with everyone I knew... I started to hear it during house parties and keggers. I hope everyone enjoyed the recording as much as I did. -Goose March 23, 2019