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Old 08-12-2009, 03:58 AM   #16
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Alright, I'm going to go comprehensive here only for bands I've already seen:

Animal Collective - "Grass," "#1," "Who Could Win a Rabbit," "Chocolate Girl," and a hell of a lot more.
Arcade Fire - "Surf City Eastern Bloc," "Une Année Sans Lumiere."
THE DYL! - There's no use listing these, at it's surely into a ridiculous amount
Broken Social Scene - "Lover's Spit (Redux)," anything off Feel Good Lost.
The Flaming Lips - There are a lot here, too, but mostly "It's Summertime."
LCD Soundsystem - A laundry list off the self-titled.
My Morning Jacket - Motherfucking "STEAM ENGINE."
The National - "Ada," "Gospel," "Geese," "Tall Saint," and, as previously stated, anything off Sad Songs.
Okkervil River - "Last Love Song for Now," "Kansas City," and "For the Enemy." Fortunately, I've seen live both the songs 1B1L listed.
Radiohead - This list is also ridiculously long. "Cuttooth" is on it.
The Rolling Stones - "Moonlight Mile," but at least I've seen the Lips do it.
Shearwater - "Seventy-Four, Seventy-Five."
TVOTR - "Lover's Day."
Shuttlecock - Don't get me started.
Van Morrison - Another long list.
The White Stripes - Ditto.


I've been fortunate enough that the vast majority of bands I love have played the songs I might kill for in my presence.
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exactly
like i've said before, given crowded house are basically what you'd get if someone created a band for me, there's pretty much no way i could complain about any setlist.
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like i've said before, given crowded house are basically what you'd get if someone created a band for me, there's pretty much no way i could complain about any setlist.
what if they just played pineapple head 20 times?
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what if they just played pineapple head 20 times?
i kinda like pineapple head
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i kinda like pineapple head
ooh yay. i like it too, i just know it's a song you either love or hate. well then, what if they played whatever song of theirs you don't care for 20 times?
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ooh yay. i like it too, i just know it's a song you either love or hate. well then, what if they played whatever song of theirs you don't care for 20 times?
i'll go on interference and compare them to u2.
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and for split enz, i'd just love to have the opportunity to see them. it'd be even better if they did the impossible and had a hybrid tour that combined the late 70s lineup with the early 80s lineup - basically the true colours era but also with phil judd. for songs i'v love to hear, i'd like to hear dirty creature and spellbound.
man, split enz blew me away when i saw them at sound relief. i had no idea tim finn was such a lunatic. six months, and that little intro they did before it, fucking ruled, it was probably the highlight of the 9 hours.

ian if you can, make sure you see the crowdies before you pass on, they are very good. hugely entertaining show.

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Van Morrison - Another long list.
is dweller on the threshold on it? i love that song.
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ian if you can, make sure you see the crowdies before you pass on, they are very good. hugely entertaining show.
oh, don't you worry about that. if they reform and go on the road again, i'm there.
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it'll happen. they opened with private universe when i saw them which was interesting. when you come, live... was one of the most awesome experiences i've had.
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Alright, I'm going to go comprehensive here only for bands I've already seen:

The Flaming Lips - There are a lot here, too, but mostly "It's Summertime."

Okkervil River - "Last Love Song for Now," "Kansas City," and "For the Enemy." Fortunately, I've seen live both the songs 1B1L listed.

Shearwater - "Seventy-Four, Seventy-Five."
"It's Summertime" would be a great Lips song to see live. Didn't even cross my mind. Seeing "Enthusiasm for Life Defeats Existential Fear" and "Bad Days" at Pitchfork fulfilled two of the songs I'd kill to see the Lips play.

Lucky. How many times have you seen Okk? "Blanket and Crib" is another song of theirs I'd love to see.

I think "Hail Mary" would be the song to kill for from Shearwater for me.
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oh, don't you worry about that. if they reform and go on the road again, i'm there.
they're working on their follow-up to toe (hee, i love abbreviating that album name) right now
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they're working on their follow-up to toe (hee, i love abbreviating that album name) right now
brilliant.
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No Pearl Jam fans have posted as yet, not surprised!
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i bet i'm going to regret not getting a ticket for pj...
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