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Old 11-24-2019, 11:04 PM   #121
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2004 wasnt the best setlist wise or in terms of mixing it up. But song selection and performances were across the board fantastic the whole year. Less rarities, but amazing songs in rotation. And yes before we got any SU or post SU crap material.

Also, the new songs debuting in 2004 were great and gave us a lot of renewed hope for a new album at the time. Remember YNK and WAYG were the only new songs the band played essentially from 2001-2004. So it was a big gap for new songs and was so exciting when they debuted. It had a similar feeling to 2016, where it felt like the band was finally onto something again and there was a sense of “hope”.
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Old 11-25-2019, 12:49 AM   #122
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2012 > 2013 for me, but I got 4 really good shows so.

2004 was awesome. I saw 3 on that tour and they were all really solid.
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