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Album Stats
In Between Now and Then: 24%
Risen: 18%
Souls Aflame: 18%
The Wanderer: 18%
Stories Of A Stranger: 12%
Any Time Now: 6%
Unreleased: 6%

Show Rarity: 30.78%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Chevrolet Amphitheatre At Station Square 07.13.2005 - Pittsburgh, PA With: Pepper / The Southland
  1. Set 1:
    1. Wonderful Day
    2. City on Down
    3. Lay Down
    4. Get Away (Fast)
    5. Hold on True
    6. Destination (Fire on the Mountain Tag)
    7. Mr. Moon
    8. King of the Thing
    9. Hey Girl (One Intro / Kaya Tag)
    10. Old Man Time
    11. Dareh Meyod
    12. Untitled
    13. Anyway
    14. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (Devil's Intro)
  2. Encore:
    1. Short a Try ~
    2. Missing Pieces (Lively Up Yourself Tag)
    3. Delicate Few
~ Marc solo.
Entire show with Danny Chaimson of The Southland on keys.

Jeff Stiegler

Reviews This show was amazing...if the summer tour is going to be like the Pittsburgh should definately go see them...I'm hoping to catch a few more shows on this tour -mrh1202 July 14, 2005
The setlist for this show was amazing. Everyone that I was there with, which was about 20 people and then everyone around us, flipped when Untitled came on, that was awesome. Then, to put Short A Try in the encore was a huge shock, that was amazing too. The band and the setlist were killer. Only problem was I didn't think the sound system there was the best, you couldn't really "feel" the music. Sound system seemed a little weak. -ytowndj July 15, 2005
I agree with the weak sound system, but by far the best set i've ever seen. The energy of the crowd was amazing. One of the best moments (and there were many) had to be when the crowd sang the first verse of delicate few....amazing feeling it must have been to have about 8000 people singing you song. -brandon_pitt July 15, 2005
It was without a doubt an amazing show, although, i disagree with the weak PA, mainly because i was front row and you could very much "feel" the music, i mean, they didn't exactly sell out, so im sure they turned the PA down a bit, you should have fought your way forward. None the less, amazing show. -OAR0246 July 16, 2005