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Old 12-16-2013, 03:54 AM
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I Appear Missing was on the setlist the past two nights but just not played. I'd rather hear that over Little Sister and Make it Wit Chu...
I mean, I wasn't AS bummed about "I Appear Missing" as I was for "In the Fade." I saw them at the secret Brooklyn show they did earlier this year, and they played "Clockwork" in its entirety plus "Millionaire," "No One Knows," and "A Song for the Dead." But, when the full version of "Missing" came out this year, it became an immediate classic, to me, so I would've happily subbed ANY song in that set for either "Fade," or "Missing."

But, oh well. Unless Homme gets bed-ridden for another 2 years, I'm sure they'll be back with a new set.
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Old 12-16-2013, 05:09 AM
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I was at that secret show also and I Appear was the highlight for me. Like you said though they'll be back.
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Old 12-16-2013, 06:52 AM
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Great show! Always fun to see a show in the winter....snow falling.

Either it didn't sell well, or the weather kept people away, but the venue was sparse in the upper sections. Or, Barclays, just might be a bit too big for them.

I grabbed lower bowl seats at 3pm for $30 via stubhub.

New songs, old songs...everything sounded great! Josh seemed very appreciative to those that came out. Anything goes in NYC.
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Great show! Always fun to see a show in the winter....snow falling.

Either it didn't sell well, or the weather kept people away, but the venue was sparse in the upper sections. Or, Barclays, just might be a bit too big for them.

I grabbed lower bowl seats at 3pm for $30 via stubhub.

New songs, old songs...everything sounded great! Josh seemed very appreciative to those that came out. Anything goes in NYC.
Upper level was sparse, but the floor and the lower bowl seemed full. Not sure what they were targetting sales wise, seemed like a pretty good draw though.

And that arena is beautiful.
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One last thing - shirts were $20, which I've never seen at an arena. There was also an event shirt, which sold out quickly
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Old 12-17-2013, 03:34 AM
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One last thing - shirts were $20, which I've never seen at an arena. There was also an even shirt, which sold out quickly
I was floored when I saw those prices. What I paid for a sweatshirt that night, I paid for a NIN shirt at that venue 2 months prior. I actually had enough to buy that rad baseball tee, too.

Also, to anybody interested, the opening act, The Kills, were pretty cool, too. When I got home that night, I checked out a few of their albums. Definitely worth a listen.
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