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Album Stats
The Wanderer: 23%
Stories Of A Stranger: 15%
In Between Now and Then: 15%
Souls Aflame: 15%
Cover Songs: 15%
Risen: 8%
Unreleased: 8%

Show Rarity: 33.8%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Innsbrook After Hours 08.12.2004 - Glen Allen, VA With: Howie Day / Graham Colton Band
  1. Set 1:
    1. Anyway
    2. Hey Girl
    3. Risen
    4. Windy City Man
    5. Black Rock (Long Day Intro)
    6. Nasim Joon *
    7. Missing Pieces (Lively Up Yourself Tag) *
    8. Night Shift
    9. 52-50
    10. Delicate Few
    11. Release
    12. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
  2. Encore:
    1. Sunday Bloody Sunday
* with Les Hall on guitar.

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Reviews It was awsome, the new song nasim joon is incredible, i saw them due an acoustic set earlier in the day and that was the first time i heard it, crowd was great!! AWESOME SHOW GUYS!! -BRLS06 August 13, 2004
BRAVED THE MONSOON AND THE GUYS DID NOT DISAPPOINT!!! It was my first show and definately will NOT be my last. Got to meet Marc after the show and he is an incredible guy!
Great little Alman Brothers lick during HEY GIRL! -taylorplayer August 13, 2004
Kick ass show. As alluded to, it POURED earlier when the gates opened and for at least an hour after that. Graham Colton Band played an acousitc, 4 person set, pretty good. Howie Day dissappointed me. As for O.A.R. - Great opener with Anyway. Marc, thanks for yelling at the crowd surfers. Highlight was Nasim Joon. Love 52/50 as well. Black Rock was good too (as were all the songs!). I;ve seen them play five times now, this was defintely the best they've sounded. COME BACK TO RICHMOND! -rochoar August 15, 2004
i went to this show at innsbrook after hours with some of my friends and i must say i have never had sooo much fun!howie day sucked! i think we all just wanted you guys to come on! i LOVE the new songs! that was one of the best shows ive ever been to and ill def. go to another show! -onelove0442 August 18, 2004
Great show, the rain definitely did not slow them down. 52-50 is a great song and I can't wait to see how it comes out on a record. My friend and I were so blown away by Richmond that we followed them down to Cary, NC. -brockkj August 22, 2004
Yes it's been a few weeks since the show. But I must add my 2 cents. This was my 2nd O.A.R. show and it definitely is not my last. The rain was so bad that my cousin and I considered leaving, but we made new friends that had umbrellas and stuck it out. Overall, 52-50 is a brilliant song and hearing Delicate Few made me smile from ear to ear. Hearing them play Release again (since the Norva) was pretty sweet too. The acoustic Graham Colton was awesome. And Howie still rocks my world . -courtzdmb August 30, 2004
yeh it was an aweseme concert and the rain was actually nice. and the crows surfing was wonderful. and yeh that was me the guy yelling at howie day...sorry about that one he wasn't pleasing me. but you guys rocked -anou August 31, 2004
First car in the parking lot. Waited in line for nearly 2 hours. Front row center, couldn't have been closer. Most amazing show ever. The new intros are amazing. Nasim Joon is an instant favorite. Black Rock, Missing Pieces def topped the night. Having les hall come out gave an extra spin to the show. Mark talked up a storm and really got the crowd going...Richmond loves OAR -shortstove September 13, 2004
Great Show....Va loves O.A.R.
come back -adam hall March 20, 2005