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Old 11-17-2011, 09:28 AM   #946
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Nice. I saw the Lips last night, hugely entertaining gig, but the theatre was about 2/3 to what the Nash had the previous night.
Please tell me everything about the gig!! I just saw you got to hear Brain Damage and Eclipse!!!!!!!!!! I was going to say that's the closest I'll ever come to seeing Pink Floyd and you got to hear two of their songs! Though I did get Race for the Prize

I can't talk about it right now. I'm too lost for words
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Oh shit! Just realized I'm getting my Nash on a week from tomorrow.
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Oh I'm glad someone else bumped this thread instead of me, I've been fuckin obsessed since I saw them last week. I've been playing the footage of Matt in the crowd during Abel at Lolla 2010 on an endless loop :needs to get a life:
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Oh dear Lord, I've just discovered Available. Amazing how you discover certain songs at certain times of your life...
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From today's Guardian:

The National perform Bloodbuzz Ohio at the Other Voices festival - video | Music | guardian.co.uk
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Lucky You! Geese! Santa Clara!
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Geese and Available were the two best surprises at my show. Good looks.
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Well those three (not to mention "Sorrow") were all first-time-live for me. Very cool. They join "Green Gloves" and "Racing Like a Pro" as the only Nash tunes I've only got once.

This morning I looked at setlists and wrote out each song I've seen performed and how many times. I need a different job.

 
Four:
Mistaken For Strangers
Slow Show
Squalor Victoria
Apartment Story
Mr November
Fake Empire

Three:
Abel
All the Wine
Secret Meeting

Two:
Runaway
Anyone's Ghost
Bloodbuzz Ohio
Afraid of Everyone
Conversation 16
Available/Cardinal Song
England
Terrible Love
Vanderlyle
Start a War
Brainy
Baby We'll Be Fine
About Today

One:
Geese
Sorrow
Lucky You
Santa Clara
Racing Like a Pro
Green Gloves
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The big missing ones from my show were Slow Show and About Today. Other than that I got all the classics, which was pretty cool.
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You got "Geese," "Soho," AND "Lemonworld," you bitch. San Fran got "Son" and "Think You Can Wait" the night before last, those bitches.

As for the show itself last night, enjoyable as always. Crowd sucked, but I'm beginning to expect that at Austin Music Hall.

Full set:

 
Runaway
Anyone's Ghost
Mistaken for Strangers
Secret Meeting
Bloodbuzz
Slow Slow
Squalor Victoria
Afraid of Everyone
Conversation 16
Geese
Available/Cardinal Song
Apartment Story
Sorrow
Lucky You
England
Fake Empire

Santa Clara
Mr. November
Terrible Love
Vanderlyle
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Tomorrow night for me. I've avoided looking at the setlists for this leg of the tour, but the consensus seems to be that they have been great.
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I have to imagine that six night stand in New York is the end of High Violet touring. That makes a year and a half for them.

Whatever happened to that documentary they were making about the tour?
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A year and a half of touring and they never came here once.

Douche-whistlers.
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I got several songs last night that I had not yet heard in concert:

 

Son
Murder Me Rachael
About Today
Baby, We'll Be Fine
Geese
Green Gloves


The band was on fire, but the crowd was dreadful: more interested in $8 Miller Lites and iPhones than the band, I suppose. I was really glad to hear many of the tracks listed above, though.
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