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 Setlist from last night (19/20 June)
Author: Delvin 
Date:   06-20-17 03:26

A fun show last night, with quite a bit of new music and a lot of birthday tributes, including a full-block tribute to Brian Wilson.

"Start the Show" - The Breakers
"I Only Lie When I Love You" - Royal Blood
"Impossible Tracks" - The Kills
"Judy French" - White Reaper

"Modern Kicks" - The Exploding Hearts
"Modern Woman" - Dogs Die in Hot Cars
"Modern Art" - Black Lips
"Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll" - Queen
"Modern Act" - Cloud Nothings

"Pack It Up" - The Pretenders
"Tear It Up" [live] - The Cramps
"Pump It Up" - Elvis Costello & the Attractions
"Even It Up" - Heart (for Ann Wilson's birthday)

"Bad Bohemian" - British Sea Power
"Photograph" - The Verve Pipe (for singer Brian Vander Ark's birthday)
"Ti Amo" - Phoenix

"Plastic Machinery" - The Charlatans UK
"Queen Bitch" - David Bowie
"Copernicus" - The Afghan Whigs
"Broadway" - Foxboro Hot Tubs

"Let the Games Begin" - Prima Donna
"Charm Assault" - Ride
"Shadow Line" [live] - The Fleshtones
"Bless This Acid House" - Kasabian

"Too Much Information" - Duran Duran (for John Taylor's birthday)
"Wildsurf" - Ash (for guitarist Charlotte Hatherly's birthday)
"You're No Good" - Van Halen (for Michael Anthony's birthday)

"Fun, Fun, Fun" - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
"Wendy" - Descendents
"Sloop John B" - Me First & the Gimme Gimmes
"God Only Knows" - Skycycle
"Don't Worry Baby" - Rivers Cuomo
"California Girls" [live] - The Kings

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 Re: Setlist from last night (19/20 June)
Author: Michael Toland 
Date:   06-20-17 09:15

Nice segue from Foxboro Hot Tubs to Prima Donna. Most folks likely know the latter only because the bandleader is in the former.

And nice block of rock & roll at the beginning. I dig the Breakers a lot, recently discovered White Reaper and need to check out the new Royal Blood. I saw them play a couple of years ago, expecting a gimmick, and they were quite good.

I don't know if you know, but there is (was?) a band called Modern Kicks that named itself after the Exploding Hearts song. They have at least one record out. Pretty much along the same lines as the Hearts and all the other young bands that followed them.

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