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06.22.11 Vinyl Collection.06.16.11 Today's Vinyl Purchases
08.19.10 Records I Got This Week05.02.10 Converge Setlist
04.01.10 Rx Bandits Setlist03.28.10 Lubricants
03.22.10 Native + This Town Needs Guns03.22.10 Hell.
01.30.10 My Vinyl Collection01.03.10 Fierce Deity
12.25.09 Sexmas12.20.09 Shoveling + Anal.
12.14.09 Recs Please!12.12.09 Anal.
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Rx Bandits Setlist

They played Mandala all the way through. perfectly. It was close to being the most spot on, energetic, passionate shows I've ever seen. Got a shirt and the Mandala Vinyl (which is awesome)
1Rx Bandits
My Lonesome Only Friend
2
It's Only Another Parsec...

Ripped the shit out of this song.
3Hope Is A Butterfly, No Net It's Captor
4Band
Hearts That Hanker For Mistake
5Mientras La Veo Sonar

Yummy grooves. They had an extra drum set with two snares on opposite sides of two toms, so that 2 other drummers could play during the song. Matt Embree jammed out on the drums to this one.
6March of the Caterpillar
7White Lies

Matt Embree playing keyboards. Cool.
8Bury It Down low
9Breakfast Cat
10Bled To Be Free (The Operation)
11Bring Our Children Home

Jammed out for like 15 minutes to end the first set. Then an encore in which fans sang "Overcome"
12
...And the Battle Begun

One of my personal favorites, was syked to hear this.
13Band
Never Slept So Soundly

Fuck yeah for The Resignation
14Only For The Night.

Blew my mind. The drummer for Zech's Marquise, and Steve Choi played that earlier mentioned drum kit, resulting in a 3-way drum circle of awesomeness. The anthemic value of this song worked brilliantly to end the absolutely perfect show.
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