Monday, June 16th 2008
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Set list from D.C. show!
Believe In Me
All I Am Is All You're Not
If I Could Change Your Mind
Everything You've Done Wrong? (poster not sure on this one)
I Am The Cancer
Burn For It
(next song unknown to poster)
Down In The Basement
Fading Into Obscurity
Who Taught You To Live Like That?
Living The Dream
Not A Kid Anymore
Ready For You
Ill Placed Trust
Money City Maniacs
Don't Believe A Word
G Turns to D
Good In Everyone
This show was incredible. Probably the best one I've seen of you guys so far. Don't know if it was the new guitars or the Goose (?) guy but it sounded so much fuller than I remember the last Black Cat show sounding. F%$#ing great job. Loved every minute of it. But please, please guys, start playing Keep On Thinkin' when I see you. It's probably my favorite of yours and I've only heard it once in like 12 shows. What's up with that??? I was gonna offer you the $20 in my pocket but someone else stole my thunder. Too slow. Ha ha. Good luck on the rest of the tour!
Everything You've Done Wrong is correct. The other one was People of the Sky.
The "unknown" song from the set list was People of the Sky.
Thanks for posting the setlist, the original poster was right about Everything You've Done Wrong and the one they didn't recognize from Andrew was "People of the Sky."
This was another awesome Sloan show at the Black Cat, the crowd was not huge but they were very enthusiastic, singing along. Chris and Patrick were very funny and they seem to be looser and having more fun every time I see them play. Their new schtick was having a DJ at the merchandise table, playing songs between sets and interviewing Chris and playing fake commercials while they changed instruments onstage. There was a lot of back and forth between Chris and the DJ (Skip Lowe)- it was kind of clever and very silly.
I thought the Golden Dogs were their best opener yet and Sloan came out to watch them -- Andrew even offered his guitar when the singer broke a string onstage and proceeded to string/tune it as he sang, which is a pretty impressive talent. Their set ended a bit early when they reported they busted the bass drum that Andrew lent them and sure enough the techs were tending to it immediately.
Some other cool things included seeing Patrick biking around the neighborhood as we parked before the show. Also, there was a very pregnant woman right up front during the show, which I thought was very cool (and possible now that DC has outlawed public smoking). Anyway, can't wait for Sloan to come back to DC!
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