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Album Stats
Souls Aflame: 29%
The Wanderer: 24%
In Between Now and Then: 12%
Risen: 12%
Cover Songs: 12%
Stories Of A Stranger: 6%
Unreleased: 6%

Show Rarity: 31.4%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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House Of Blues 03.11.2005 - West Hollywood, CA With: The Southland
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Missing Pieces
    3. So Moved On
    4. Hey Girl
    5. Someone in the Road
    6. Windy City Man
    7. About an Hour Ago
    8. Untitled
    9. I Feel Home &
    10. Old Man Time
    11. Whose Chariot? *
    12. Black Rock * $
    13. Delicate Few * $
    14. City on Down * $
  2. Encore:
    1. Sunday Bloody Sunday * $
    2. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker * $ ->
    3. No Woman No Cry * $
& Marc and Richard.
* with Danny Chaimson of The Southland on keys.
$ with Chuck Prada on percussion.

Recordings No recordings available. Check back later.

Reviews I loved the music and the song selection...especially Untitled and Windy City Man. It was a new version I hadn't heard before, great stuff. Something about the atmosphere, people getting let in who ate at the resturant, even though I showed up at 6 and the mosh pit drunken frat boy crowd surprised me. i saw 3 or 4 fights happen for foolish reasons. i came to hear the music and fought my way through a fighting crowd just to hear. the show last year at the wiltern just had a calmer vibe, but other than that, it was a great great show! -midwestwayofeasy March 13, 2005
best show ive been to, anyone have a recording???

edit: GOD DAMNIT, i need a recording of this show, it was too good! -tHEtIN31 March 28, 2005
This was a solid show on all fronts. The HOB is a great venue for these guys (pretty small, great crowd, good bar). I loved hearing Jerry on the guitar, and the No Woman No Cry Closing after Crazy Game was the perfect ending. I thought their performance of So Moved On was as good as I've ever heard it live. Hurry back to LA boys!! -TheDC April 18, 2005