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Thursday
Apr072011

Taking Back Sunday @ Maxwell's 4.6.11 (photos, setlist, review, video)

Taking Back Sunday @ Maxwell's (Photos & words by Catherine Powell)

Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday live

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Roughly 150 people piled into the back room of Maxwell's last night to witness Taking Back Sunday's most intimate performance in what must be ten years now. After announcing the show just a week prior, tickets sold out in approximately thirty seconds and those fortunate enough to snag a pair fell back in love with the original line-up that created the legendary album Tell All Your Friends. The energy in the room was incredible and at the band was clearly feeding off of it.

Fans were jumping, crowd surfing, stage diving and more in an attempt to get their spot in the music video for "El Paso," which was being filmed last night. Playing for an hour and 45 minutes, the band included songs from past albums, as well as a few new songs and a Straylight Run cover. They even brought Neil Rubenstein on stage to scream during "Timberwolves At New Jersey". To all those who couldn't make it, the band will be playing Bamboozle on April 30th.

 

Setlist

Cute Without The 'E' (Cut From The Team) 
180 By Summer 
Liar (It Takes One To Know One) 
El Paso 
Bike Scene 
Error: Operator 
Existentialism On Prom Night (Straylight Run cover)
What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost? 
A Decade Under The Influence 
Everything Must Go 
Best Places To Be A Mom 
You're So Last Summer 
You Know How I Do 
El Paso 
Don't Lose Your Faith In Me 
Set Phasers To Stun 
Timberwolves At New Jersey 
El Paso 
There's No 'I' In Team 
MakeDamnSure 

 

Reader Comments (1)

Adam looks like he could be on the Jersey Shore or something.
April 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterFresh Prince

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