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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 31%
Risen: 25%
Souls Aflame: 19%
The Wanderer: 13%
Stories Of A Stranger: 6%
Cover Songs: 6%

Show Rarity: 30.85%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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University Of Connecticut - Jorgensen Center For The Performing Arts 10.25.2003 - Storrs, CT With: Michael Franti And Spearhead
  1. Set 1:
    1. The Wanderer
    2. Hey Girl
    3. Anyway
    4. Whose Chariot?
    5. Hold on True
    6. Wonderful Day
    7. King of the Thing
    8. Someone in the Road
    9. Black Rock
    10. Revisited
    11. James
    12. Night Shift
    13. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker ->
    14. No Woman No Cry (So Lonely Outro) * $
  2. Encore:
    1. Dareh Meyod
    2. Delicate Few
* with Michael Franti on vocals.
$ with RadioActive of Spearhead on vocals.

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Reviews This was a great, great show. From what I remember, highlights were Chariot, Hold On True, Someone In The Road, and most of all an absolutely INSANE version of CGOP/NWNC. 45 FREAKING MINUTES LONG! I took my dad (not an OAR fan) who has seen just about every major band of the last 40 years and he said it was one of the best songs he had EVER seen live. Of course, since it wasn't taped, you only would know if you were there. -CobaltRed July 18, 2004
My first OAR show ... simply amazing. I only wish that the taping worked out, cause Poker/NWNC was friggin awesome. Great night, I never been so happy to crushed up against a fence as I was crushed up against the fence right in front of the stage. Simply amazing ... -firedwarftj August 7, 2004
Best show of the three ive been to Spearhead was also a pleasant surprise -hambone August 10, 2004
I have to agree w/ the above reviews... It is an absolute shame this concert was not taped. Poker was the best I've seen live (nine shows) and I thought spearhead was probably the best opening act I've seen for them. First time i've heard Wonderful Day as well! -themountin September 15, 2004