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

Show Rarity: 33.14%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Lafayette College - Kirby Fieldhouse 04.27.2004 - Easton, PA With: none
  1. Set 1:
    1. Redemption Song ~
    2. Melissa $
    3. I Feel Home $

  2. Set 2:
    1. Revisited
    2. Right on Time
    3. About an Hour Ago
    4. Dareh Meyod
    5. So Moved On
    6. Lay Down
    7. Missing Pieces (Lively Up Yourself Tag)
    8. Black Rock
    9. Hey Girl (Date Intro / Hush Little Baby Outro)
    10. Release
    11. City on Down (First Half Only) ->
    12. Delicate Few (Second Half Only)
  3. Encore:
    1. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (So Lonely Outro)
~ Marc solo.
$ full band acoustic.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews Pretty good show. Nothing out of the ordinary, but solid none the less. Got the setlist afterwards, apparently Release was supposed to be in the encore before Poker, and Whose Chariot & 52-50 were going to be between Black Rock & Hey Girl. That would have been ridiculous. 52-50 & Lay Down, same night!

Unfortunately, Kirby Field House's curfew was at 10 o'clock, so OAR only had two hours. On the setlist, they had written down 8-1030, so I guess after the figured out they had a half hour left, they realized they had to cut two songs. Two bad they cut their two best songs. -kevinsharkey April 28, 2004
I enjoyed the show a lot....I love the 1st set...I was front and center best way too see it...Marc gave me his pic too -BraceOAR July 10, 2004
Great show. Crowd was a little pushy but that is expected. otherwise awesome setlist. I took my dad to this show and he loved it so it must have been outstanding. -Jeffair728 July 15, 2004