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Saw Switchfoot last night @ the Dallas House of Blues. Those guys are definitely better live than on record, they slayed. Jon stayed perfectly on tune the whole concert, which was shocking. I think he really benefited from the break between albums, because he was fantastic. They played Hello Hurricane in order all the way through to open up the show, which i thought was a cool concept...don't see it that much. Then after a short break they came back and played all their hits. Jerome also rocked the accordion on multiple occasions, which was pretty killer. I also met Jon & Tim after the show, really nice dudes. List is Switchfoot's best songs imo, in order.
|1||SWITCH to the FOOT|
Happy is a Yuppie Word
|3||Mess of Me|
|4||Meant to Live|
|5||The Shadow Proves the Sunshine|
|8||Dirty Second Hands|
|10||Monday Comes Around|
|12||The Fatal Wound|
|13||Love is the Movement|
|15||Don't Be There|
|16||We Are One Tonight|
|18||The Setting Sun|
|20||Easier Than Love|
|as you can see, i have a HUGE bias towards Nothing Is Sound...it's easily their best album.|
|4 is the only song i've heard, it takes me way back.|
|I'm going to see them next Tuesday, good to know they're good live cuz Hello Hurricane didnt' impress me|
|you live in/near dallas?|
|yeah ziroth...about an hour north of Dallas.|
and yeah zeppelinUSA you won't be disappointed. Hello Hurricane is a lot better live, trust me. besides Jon's voice is prolly the band's best asset, and he owned.
bloc: listen to Nothing Is Sound, you'd prolly like it a lot.
|cool just wondering because I live in Rowlett about 20-30 min away from Dallas|
|saw these guys in july 2008 and they were pretty damn good until the rain came and they only got to play half their set|