Beastie circus

"Mike D is going to walk on a tightrope. Adrock is actually going to be shot out of a cannon. I'll be doing some lion-taming. I would say these festivals can get pretty messy, but if it's not too muddy, I would say wear a suit. We're going to be wearing suits."

Dazeddigital.com chats with Adam Yauch about the Beastie Boys upcoming shows in the UK.

Money Mark talks to Nuyorker



If you understand Spanish, you might enjoy reading Nuyorker's interview with Money Mark. In the interview, Mark talks about collaborating with other artists, reveals what his favorite Beastie Boys album is, and shares his opinion on immigration, among other things.

No hablo espaƱol? Try reading Babel Fish's English translation of the interview. For an online translation, it's not horrible.

Nuyorker states that it will be posting a video of the interview, which was conducted in English, soon.

(Thanks to X-man!)

Beastie Boys help the kids

Beastie Boys have donated one of their bonus tracks from The Mix-Up to a charity compilation CD that benefits The Art of Elysium, a non-profit organization that helps children who are battling serious medical conditions with music and art therapy.

The Give Listen Help two-CD set, compiled by Filter magazine, may be purchased at Urban Outfitters for $14. $12.88 of the cost goes directly to the charity, so you can feel good about buying this CD and helping the kids too.

Tracklist

Disc 1:

Beastie Boys: "The Mix-Up" (B-side)
Coldplay: "Pour Me" (Live at the Hollywood Bowl)
Band of Horses: "The End's Not Near"
Rilo Kiley: "Big Break"
Hot Hot Heat: "Money & Reputation"
The Stooges: "Claustrophobia"
Kaiser Chiefs: "Out of My Depth"
Travis: "Up the Junction"
The Go! Team: "Bull in the Heather"
The Decemberists: "Shankill Butchers"
Menomena: "Gay A"
Cold War Kids: "A Change Is Gonna Come" (Live)
The A-Sides: "Diamonds" (Live at WOXY.com)
Annie Stela: "White June"
Mew: "White Lips Kissed" (Live in Japan)
Two Sheds: "Psycho Killer"
Patti Smith: "Perfect Day"

Disc 2:

Silversun Pickups: "Lazy Eye" (Brian LeBarton Remix)
Blonde Redhead: "Signs Along the Path" (Maps Remix)
Interpol: "The Heinrich Maneuver" (The Scientist Dub Mix)
Air: "Mer du Japon" (Remix by the Teenagers)
Peter Bjorn & John: "Young Folks" (Punks Jump Up Remix)
The Wolfmen: "Jackie Says" (Alan Moulder Mix)
The Pipettes: "We Are the Pipettes" (Live from the Cherrytree House)
Carina Round: "January Heart" (Buffalo Bill Remix)
Low: "Hatchet" (Optimimi Version)
Mando Diao: "Good Morning Herr Horst" (RAC Remix)
Magnet: "Hold On" (Metronomy Mix)
The View: "Face for the Radio" (Live at Caird Hall)
The Maccabees: "XRay" (Filthy Dukes Remix)
Ladytron: "Soft Power" (Vicarious Bliss Gutter Mix)
Datarock: "Fa Fa Fa" (Riton New School Remix)
Fields: "Song for the Fields" (Eliot James Remix)

Beastie Boys on "Charlie Rose"


Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Watch the videos before they disappear!

'Fantastic' Smallstars remix coming at you

During his amazingly busy music-making, money-making schedule of the past year, Adam Horovitz managed to find time to complete another Smallstars remix. This time the remix is for a friend of a friend, as he is prone to say. The friend is Kathleen Hanna. The friend of the friend is an artist named Cannonball Jane.

Cannonball Jane is Sharon Hagopian, an elementary school music teacher by day and sampler-loving music maker by night. Hanna describes Cannonball Jane as "what Carole King would sound like if she had a sampler and was really into Francoise Hardy." (Cannonball Jane opened for Le Tigre on their 2004 tour.)

Horovitz' remix of Cannonball Jane's "Take It to Fantastic" will appear on Knees Up!, a seven-track EP to be released on October 9, 2007, on Gaddycat Records.

Visit Cannonball Jane's Myspace page to sample her sounds and friend her like Horovitz and Hanna have.

PBS me!

A DVD recording of the Beastie Boys appearance on "Charlie Rose" is being shared on Dimeadozen.org. You must have a DIME account to access this file.

Beastie Boys talk to Bay Area media

Beastie Boys participated in a roundtable discussion with media in San Francisco on Saturday. Listen to audio and read a transcript of the discussion at Wired.com.

If you experience problems with the audio stream, download and listen to the following mp3 rips instead:
Part 1 (via zshare)
Part 2 (via zshare)

Denver Gala Event recording available to download



An audience recording of the Beastie Boys Gala Event at The Fillmore in Denver, Colorado, on August 17, is being shared at Thetradersden.org.

Beastie Boys to appear on Charlie Rose

According to TVguide.com, Beastie Boys will be guests on Charlie Rose on Tuesday, August 28, on PBS. Check local listings for air times.

Beastie Boys live at UC Berkeley


Click on the above image to see a photoset of pics of the show.

For their final U.S. tour date for a while before they return to Europe to tour, Beastie Boys chose to go with an instrumental-lite show in Berkeley, California. The audience was denied setlist standards of "Shambala" and "Off the Grid," but got treated to extra rap favorites, including "Posse in Effect," "Time to Get Ill," and "No Sleep Til Brooklyn." (Any setlist nerd will tell you that for this tour, you will hear "Time to Get Ill" OR "No Sleep Til Brooklyn," not both.) Disappointingly, only two songs from the band's new album The Mix-Up were performed. "Off the Grid," which is a barnburner live, was sorely missed.

The UC-Berkeley Greek Theatre stage was very high -- probably 6-1/2 feet. It made for a strange pit experience: neck craning and looking up Bboys' noses. Like the stage, the UC-Berkeley Greek Theatre audience was very high. (Extreme doobage presence.) People were too "mellow" to push and body surf except during "Sabotage."

The top crowd-pleasing songs were "Paul Revere" and "Intergalactic." During "Intergalactic," the audience sang along so loudly that you could not hear the band's voices.

Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf [video]
Peanut Butter Wolf played "Country Delight" by Country Mike for the closing song of his set.

Setlist
MMM Intro [video]
Time for Living [video // alternate video]
Gratitude [video]
Live at PJ's [video // video]
Sabrosa [video]
Root Down [video // alternate video]
Super Disco Breakin' [video (with Sure Shot)]
Sure Shot [video // alternate video]
An Open Letter to NYC [video // alternate video // video of song intro]
Shake Your Rump [video]
Heart Attack Man
Remote Control
Electric Worm
Lighten Up
Brass Monkey [video]
Pass the Mic
Skills to Pay the Bills [video // alternate video]
Posse in Effect
Time to Get Ill [video]
The Maestro [video // alternate video]
The Gala Event
Tough Guy
Egg Raid on Mojo
Alright Hear This
Ch-Check It Out [video // alternate video]
Paul Revere [video]
Body Movin'
3 MCs and 1 DJ
So What'cha Want [video // alternate video]
MMM Interlude [video]
Intergalactic
No Sleep Til Brooklyn
Sabotage [video]


Adam Horovitz and Adam Yauch do The Finger during "Ch-Check It Out."

Audio
  • Audience recording of the show (torrent)
  • Audience recording of the show (mp3s)
  • DVD
  • Audience recording of the show (torrent)
  • Berkeley: Paul Revere


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    Paul Revere

    Berkeley: Time to Get Ill


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    Time to Get Ill

    Berkeley: Heart Attack Man


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    Heart Attack Man

    Berkeley: Sure Shot


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    Sure Shot

    Berkeley: Sabrosa


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    Sabrosa

    Berkeley: Yauch introduces Peanut Butter Wolf


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    Yauch introduces Peanut Butter Wolf

    L.A. show recordings available to download

    Audience recordings of both the L.A. Greek Theatre show (August 19) and The Wiltern Gala Event (August 21) are available to download at Dimeadozen.org. You must have a DIME account to access these files.

    Update: Easy downloads of the recordings are now available:
    August 19, 2007 L.A. Greek Theatre (via zshare.net)

    August 21, 2007 The Wiltern Gala Event (via zshare.net)

    Adam Yauch to be a character in video game



    Videogame maker Activision has announced that Adam Yauch will be an unlockable (i.e., playable) character in its next installment of the game "Tony Hawk's Proving Ground." The game is scheduled for release in October for Xbox 360, PS2, PS3, Wii, and Nintendo DS.

    In addition to lending his likeness to the game, Yauch and his band have given permission for "Electric Worm" to be used on the game's soundtrack.

    San Francisco Gala Event


    Click on the above image to see a photoset.

    Review to come.

    Must. Party. Now.

    Setlist
    Transitions
    Son of Neckbone
    Groove Holmes
    Suco de Tangerina
    Live at PJ's
    14th Street Break
    Futterman's Rule
    Remote Control
    Time for Living
    Pow
    Lighten Up
    Root Down & Get It
    Electric Worm
    In 3's
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    Gala Event
    Jimmy James
    B for My Name
    Mark on the Bus
    Shambala
    Sabrosa
    Tough Guy
    Off the Grid
    Ricky's Theme
    Do It
    Heart Attack Man
    Gratitude
    So What'cha Want
    Sure Shot
    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    Sabotage

    Press
  • Concert review by SF Weekly
  • Concert review by the San Jose Mercury News
  • Concert review by Insidebayarea.com
  • San Francisco Gala Event: Do It


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    Do It

    San Francisco Gala Event: Ricky's Theme


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    Ricky's Theme

    San Francisco Gala Event: Jimmy James


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    Jimmy James

    San Francisco Gala Event: Son of Neckbone


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    Son of Neckbone

    San Francisco Gala Event: The venue


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    Smokin' at the Bowl


    Click on the above image to see a photoset.

    Great show! Review to come. We've got a road trip to San Francisco!

    Setlist
    Off the Grid
    Gratitude
    Time for Living [video // alternate video]
    Root Down
    Super Disco Breakin'
    Sure Shot
    An Open Letter to NYC
    Shake Your Rump
    Remote Control
    Electric Worm
    Shambala
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    Brass Monkey [video // alternate video]
    Pass the Mic
    Skills to Pay the Bills [video]
    Time to Get Ill
    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    The Maestro
    The Gala Event
    Tough Guy
    Sabrosa
    Alright Hear This
    Ch-Check It Out
    No Sleep Til Brooklyn
    Body Movin'
    Triple Trouble
    So What'cha Want
    MMM Interlude
    Intergalactic
    Heart Attack Man [video]
    Sabotage [video // alternate video]

    Watch a video montage of The Gala Event, Ch-Check It Out, and setlist screw-up here.

    Santa Barbara: Gala Event


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    Gala Event

    Santa Barbara: Brass Monkey


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    Brass Monkey

    Santa Barbara: Open Letter to NYC


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    Open Letter to NYC

    Santa Barbara: Gratitude


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    Gratitude

    Beastie Boys at The Wiltern



    The show at The Wiltern is going down in my book of favorite Beastie Boys shows. The very cool venue and audience contributed to making the show very special to me. Nothing beats attending a show with people who have the same appreciation for the music and band as I do. The pit at The Wiltern was full of people who came to enjoy some good music, not get drunk and scream for songs that didn't have a chance of being performed.

    My friend Paul and I arrived at the venue around 3 p.m. to find only a few people in the general admission line. We joined the line and chatted with other fans over the next few hours. The good humor shared in the line was a positive sign for the show. We met a guy named Josh, whom I would describe as my male counterpart in the fan community. He has traveled the world to see the Beastie Boys perform for many years. We entertained each other with stories of seeing the band in distant locations. It was strange to learn how many of the same shows we have attended (and stood near one another!) but had never met. Josh was a crazy Beastie mofo, and we were happy to welcome him into our posse, which, as the evening progressed, included Jennygirl and YoungRemy from the BBMB.

    A funny moment in our wait happened when we noticed Adam Horovitz and Adam Yauch drive by the general admission line in front of The Wiltern. Horovitz was driving a Lexus SUV, with Yauch riding shotgun. We could see that Yauch was saying, "Yo, turn here!" to his friend, who was concentrating on the traffic. We don't think they even saw the line of fans standing under the marquee with their band's name on it.

    Closer to doors opening, we learned that the show would be filmed -- or, at least, that's what the sign stated outside the venue. We didn't notice any cameras inside the venue, but only one outside the venue. Someone in a suit filmed some of the exterior of the venue and the general admission line with a Super 8 camera. We're not sure if it was someone "official" or just a fan screwing around.

    My friends and I have no quality photos from the show because cameras were not allowed in the venue. It's unlikely that anything but cameraphone pics will surface out of this show, which is unfortunate. The show was very much worth capturing in image.

    When the band took the stage, they seemed rather somber -- like they had just left a funeral. Their mood and humor changed a few songs into the set. Throughout the night, they gave multiple shout-outs to their L.A. friends, in particular Max Perlich. [Watch Max play b-ball with the band in a clip from "Rappin with the Rickster."]

    Of special interest was the premiere of Mike Diamond's new hairdo. His curls had been flattened and combed over by his "hair dressing team," to whom he gave a special shout-out. Yauch later joked that Mike should take the wig off, to which he replied, "I can't do that, my friend."

    Although there was little banter compared to other Gala Events, what the band did say was of more interest and/or funnier than usual. They commented on how pleased they were that people dressed to impress for the show. Mike asked the audience, "How many people got that hair did for the show?"

    Diamond and Horovitz reprised their "bong-bong, bing-bing" routine (also heard in Gdynia, Poland) before breaking into "Heart Attack Man."

    Yauch's bass was crazy-wild loud at the show. During "Off the Grid," my friends and I had to grab the rail not to be blown away by the boom. It was cartoonish funny how loud the bass was!

    I'll have to check my records at Beastiemania.com, but I believe the show at The Wiltern may have had the most The Mix-Up songs performed ever -- six of twelve.

    Good people, good music, good times...

    Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf [video 1 // video 2]

    Setlist
    Son of Neckbone [video]
    Suco de Tangerina
    Live at PJ's
    14th St. Break [video]
    Futterman's Rule
    Remote Control [video]
    Time for Living
    Pow
    Lighten Up
    Root Down & Get It
    Electric Worm
    In 3's
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    The Gala Event
    Jimmy James
    B for My Name
    Song for the Man
    Mark on the Bus
    Shambala
    Sabrosa
    Tough Guy
    Off the Grid
    Ricky's Theme
    Do It
    Heart Attack Man
    Gratitude
    So What'cha Want [video]
    Sure Shot
    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    Sabotage [video]

    Watch a video montage of Suco de Tangerina, Live at PJ's, Remote Control, Song for the Man, 3 MCs and 1 DJ, and Sabotage here.



    Photos





    Audio
  • Audience recording of the show (via zshare.net)
  • The Wiltern: Off the Grid


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    Off the Grid

    The Wiltern: Mark on the Bus


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    Mark on the Bus

    The Wiltern: Egg Raid on Mojo


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    Egg Raid on Mojo. Check out Mike's hair!

    The Wiltern: Remote Control


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    Remote Control

    The Wiltern: Live at PJ's


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    Live at PJ's

    Beastie Boys at L.A.'s Greek Theatre (night 2)



    Opener: Zoe Rogers

    Setlist
    MMM Intro [video]
    The New Style
    Alright Hear This
    Skills to Pay the Bills
    Triple Trouble
    Brass Monkey [video]
    The Maestro
    Off the Grid
    Son of Neckbone (with Eric Bobo)
    Body Movin'
    Sure Shot [video]
    Ch-Check It Out
    Paul Revere [video // alternate video]
    Shake Your Rump [video]
    Time for Living
    Suco de Tangerina
    Sabrosa
    Egg Raid on Mojo
    Intergalactic
    Root Down
    Time to Get Ill
    Pass the Mic
    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    Heart Attack Man [video]
    Remote Control
    MMM Interlude
    So What'cha Want [video]
    Tough Guy
    Sabotage [video]

    Press
  • Concert review by Entertainment Weekly
  • Celebrities sited at Beastie Boys L.A. show
  • Concert review at NME.com
  • Zoe Rogers opens for Beastie Boys


  • Photos

    Tonight at the Greek Theatre

    Is Zoe Rogers opening for the Beastie Boys tonight?

    Los Beastie Boys in Los Feliz



    Click on the above image to see a photoset.

    Opener: Peanut Butter Wolf

    Setlist
    Time for Living
    Remote Control [video]
    Live at PJ's [video]
    Off the Grid
    Root Down
    Triple Trouble
    Sure Shot [video]
    Shake Your Rump
    Electric Worm (Horovitz dedicated the song to Nadia Dajani) [video]
    Sabrosa
    Gratitude
    Tough Guy
    Super Disco Breakin'
    Pass the Mic [video]
    Body Movin'
    Brass Monkey (Diamond said it was a special request by Davis and Skylar) [video]
    B for My Name
    Shambala
    Lighten Up
    Egg Raid on Mojo [video]
    3 MCs and 1 DJ (Before this song, Diamond talked up MMM's skills. Yauch asked if MMM knew how to play the ozephone.) [video]
    No Sleep Til Brooklyn [video]
    Ch-Check It Out [video]
    So What'cha Want [video]
    MMM Interlude
    Intergalactic [video]
    Heart Attack Man [video]
    Sabotage (Before this song, Yauch said he had seen the film "11th Hour" the day before and recommended that everyone see it.)



    Press
  • Concert review by the Los Angeles Times
  • Concert review and photos at OC Register
  • Photos at Buzznet.com
  • Photos and lame-ass review at LAist.com
  • Opinion, photos, and video at Suicidegirls.com

    Audio
  • Audience recording of the show (via zshare.net)
  • LA Greek Theatre: B for My Name


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    B for My Name

    LA Greek Theatre: Shake Your Rump


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    Shake Your Rump

    Denver dresses to impress


    Click on the above image to see a photoset.

    "The award for best-dressed Gala Event audience goes to Denver."

    Reviewing the Denver Gala Event is a challenge for me because I believe my experience is not comparable to others' experiences. I was blessed to be standing next to very nice people at the rail. I had a really positive experience and enjoyed the show immensely. After the show I met my friend, who came separately and stood near the mix desk. The first words out of her mouth were "I hate Beastie Boys fans!!" She described her experience of standing near extremely intoxicated people, pushing and falling on top of her. When I left the venue with her, I witnessed the extreme drunkness that I did not notice during the show because of my position. Geesh, Denver got its drink on at that show! I haven't seen that kind of extreme intoxication at any Gala Event -- or hip hop show, for that matter. It was like mardi gras or spring break -- people barely able to walk, people tripping over their own feet, people carrying their passed-out friends, etc.

    The Denver Gala Event was surrounded with strangeness. When I arrived at the venue at 4 p.m., I found Fillmore staff setting up the red carpet and photo area. They had a life-sized cardboard cut-out of Beyonce and the Beastie Boys. Fans who arrived early were invited to have their photo taken with the cut-outs. Later, when it began to rain, the Fillmore staff took down everything and set it up inside the venue. (I never did see where inside the venue.)

    Shortly after I began the general admission line, other fans began to show up and join me. Around 5:30 p.m., Fillmore staff came out and announced that they were going to create two lines and people who were "dressed to impress" would be given preferential entry into the venue. When fans questioned who would determine who was dressed well or not dressed well, the Fillmore staff were unable to provide an answer. When fans quoted the email that said you could wear whatever made you feel dressed up, the staff returned inside for clarification from the Beastie Boys camp. After 15 minutes, they came out and said entry would be based on line order, which is what people wanted to hear. No one was happy about being told that they were going to be judged.

    It turns out the Beastie Boys should have asked people to dress their souls, not their bodies. There was a lot of audience drama inside the venue -- people arguing about their spots, people getting mad because they were being pushed, etc. There was one particularly nasty woman a few people down from me on the rail. She verbally abused and threatened anyone who invaded her space. I asked some of her "victims" to come stand by me to get away from her vileness. Later, during the show, the nasty woman threw a feather boa she was wearing on stage. Adam Yauch picked it up and put it around his neck for one song. I tried to signal to him not to do it, but he didn't see me. Poor Yauch's chi is going to be fohked up because of that boa and its association to that nasty woman.

    Despite a sign posted outside the venue that stated anyone moshing or crowd surfing would be kicked out of the show, moshing occurred nevertheless. During "Heart Attack Man," a bunch of idiots moshed to the extreme, hurting many people. It was pretty sickening to see men slam into women wearing gowns and high heels. When the song ended, Adam Horovitz mumbled "assholes, assholes, assholes" into his mic.

    The band seemed pleased that the majority of the audience were dressed to impress. Horovitz and Yauch commented that the Denver audience was the best dressed of all the Gala Events. Frankly, as a concert-goer, I don't think the audience being dressed up made the concert experience any more or less enjoyable. The outfits didn't cause people to act any better or encourage the band to perform any differently -- but I wished it did.

    The pace of the Gala Event was much more relaxed than the Red Rocks show. The band were more personable and addressed the Denver audience more often than at the show at Red Rocks.

    "Anyone ever eat at Breakfast King?" asked Mike Diamond. "Any good?" The audience cheered wildly. (My friend told me Breakfast King is a greasy spoon diner with awesome food, but located in a bad neighborhood in Denver.)

    Song dedications added to making the show more personable. Horovitz dedicated "Root Down and Get It" to a relative of Kathleen Hanna (a sister?), and Yauch dedicated "Do It" to Biz Markie. There were also stories. Horovitz talked about Ricky Powell's froze-ade stand before "Ricky's Theme."

    An awkward moment occurred toward the end of the show when Horovitz accepted a sneaker from a man in the audience and autographed it. He then took the shoe to Yauch and Diamond, who also signed it. Recognizing the faux pas of making the audience wait, Yauch jokingly asked if anyone else had something they wanted signed.

    With each Gala Event that I attend, I find my appreciation of certain songs growing. In particular, "Shambala" has become my favorite song performed at both the Gala Events and hip-hop shows. It used to be a song that I skipped when listening to Ill Communication. Watching Yauch totally dig and become one with his instrument while performing the song is a big part of my new appreciation of the song. There's something special about seeing an artist truly enjoy playing a song. I can't say that I always feel that with the Beastie Boys. Sometimes it feels to me that they are going through the motions -- particularly, at the hip-hop shows. For me, they shine at the Gala Events because they seem to be enjoying playing those songs.

    Setlist
    Son of Neckbone
    Suco de Tangerina
    Live at PJ's
    14th Street Break
    Futterman's Rule
    Remote Control
    Time for Living [video]
    Pow
    Lighten Up
    Root Down & Get It
    Electric Worm
    In 3's
    Egg Raid on Mojo [video]
    The Gala Event [video]
    Jimmy James [video]
    Groove Holmes
    Song for the Man
    Mark on the Bus
    Shambala
    Sabrosa
    Tough Guy
    Off the Grid
    Ricky's Theme
    Do It
    Heart Attack Man
    Gratitude
    So What'cha Want [video // alternate video]
    Sure Shot
    3 MCs and 1 DJ
    Sabotage

    Please note that the setlist above does not jive with the official setlist. The above setlist is accurate.

    Audio
  • Audience recording of the show (torrent)
  • Audience recording of the show (mp3s)
  • Denver Gala Event Setlist

    Denver Fillmore Gala Event setlist
    The setlist is inaccurate. "Transitions" was not performed, and "3 MCs and 1 DJ" was performed before "Sabotage."

    Based on the following photo, would you guess that I enjoyed the show more than the one the previous night?



    You bet I did! There's no doubt about it: The Gala Events are superior.

    Photos and review to come tomorrow.

    Denver Gala Event: Suco de Tangerina


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    Suco de Tangerina

    Denver Gala Event: The admission line


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    Aww! The people in line are nice. It's raining on us. It's gonna be wet 'n wild tonight!

    Denver Gala Event: Dress code reversed


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    The dress policy has been reversed. Beauty is on the inside.

    Denver Gala Event: Before doors


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    Outside the Fillmore. The dress code is pissing off fans. Beasties are in for an angry audience.