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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 35%
6
The Wanderer: 24%
4
Souls Aflame: 18%
3
Risen: 12%
2
Cover Songs: 12%
2

Show Rarity: 27.47%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Moravian College - Johnston Hall 11.21.2003 - Bethlehem, PA With: Virginia Coalition
  1. Set 1:
    1. City on Down
    2. Risen
    3. Anyway
    4. Black Rock
    5. King of the Thing
    6. About Mr. Brown
    7. Toy Store
    8. Whose Chariot?
    9. Ran Away to the Top of the World Today
    10. Sunday Bloody Sunday
    11. Road Outside Columbus
    12. She Gone (Only in Dreams) #
    13. Old Man Time
    14. Hey Girl (Date Intro / Hush Little Baby Outro)
  2. Encore:
    1. Right on Time
    2. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
    3. No Woman No Cry
# with Andrew Poliakoff of Virginia Coalition on vocals.

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Downloads Ran Away to the Top of the World Today 8.6 MB

Reviews This was my first show, excluding the Wheaton music festival, and it blew me away. Ran Away to the Top of the World Today and Toy Store were nice surprises. She Gone with Andy Thunder was sweet and Poker into No Woman No Cry (with a hint of So Lonely, if I remember correctly) was a great way to end the night. -Rick Nieves July 10, 2004
Ran Away and Toy Store were nice surprises. Been to several shows and they have never played them. Right on Time was a surprise as well but played extremely well. Vocals on She Gone were great. You had to see Who's Chariot to get the full experience as the lighting for it was off the hook. Best O.A.R. concert I've been to thus far music wise but the crowd sucked...too many annoying young kids who seemed like they didn't know who the band was. -puesto13 August 22, 2004
Another great show... Crowd was weak, but the band sure wasn't. -tomroc8 June 11, 2006