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Posted by:admin | 11/14/2004 at 12:12
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Review from San Diego by fantasticthepan.
Went to the San Diego show last night. It rocked. I was in front row. Gurewitz was in the house but was silent the entire time. He played only rhythm with the exception of sorrow. Him and Greg have this unspoken connection where they look at each other from time to time and smile. Greg introduced the band in true rock n' roll fashion but in a sort of mocking way and Brett was amused. Greg had his usual string of bad jokes. Brooks showed off way too much, a little unpunk for my tastes. Greg seemed to be aware of it and gave mocking looks at it from time to time (maybe thats just my interpretation) lots of songs from tesf: overture sinister rouge all there is social suicide god's love beyond electric dreams l.a. is burning let them eat war (highlight of the evening, the place went bananas obviously still pissed from election)
other songs were: come join us generator (festival version) digital boy infected recipe for hate fuck armageddon we're only gonna die suffer american jesus epiphany supersonic sorrow kyoto now! (i'm pretty sure) modern man along the way you man with a mission do what you want no control
nothing off no substance (i kept shouting in so many ways, but no dice), and new america, one song off stf, one song off gray race, one song off generator. mostly pob and tesf. sadly, no god song, and no cease.
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