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Old 07.31.2009, 12:54 AM   #277
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Originally Posted by ThurstonGore!
Were you able to attend the show? I'd rather someone who was there confirm or disconfirm this. No offense, but I'm assuming with your location being Maryland that you weren't there. Not trying to start anything or pass any judgement on you, just want to be sure. I can't think of any other songs of theirs that deliver that two-beat power coming out of feedback and into vocals...
Chris and Jenn...I'm assuming you guys were there since Pantophobia refered to you. Do you know? I've listened to every song (album wise) on the posted seattle set list and know there was definitely another song in between... It may not have been Tunic; I just can't think of what else it would have been since it's such a recognizable ditty...Darn...guess I'll ahve to re-listen to their cataloge
Thanks for helping me figure this out though everyone!!!

dude, the seattle show has already been posted on dimeadozen, the recording is there for you to listen to if you want (and i recommend it!). i have no idea what song you think may have been tunic, but i assure you it was not played.

full seattle set:

No Way
Sacred Trickster
Calming The Snake
Stereo Sanctity
Poison Arrow
Walkin Blue
Anti-Orgasm
Hey Joni
Antenna
Leaky Lifeboat
Massage The History
Cross the Breeze
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What We Know
Death Valley '69
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