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Fueled By Ramen's 15th anniversary (w/ Paramore) @ Terminal 5 (review, setlist, video)

Not even rain stopped kids from coming out to Terminal 5 last night for Fueled By Ramen's 15th anniversary event. The sold-out show featured some of the label's top acts, both past and present. Kicking things off was half of Seattle rockers This Providence who performed an acoustic set. The band is currently working on their third album for Fueled By Ramen.

The Swellers were up next and tore up the stage with their punk rock styling. Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams made a guest appearance on stage during the track "Feet First", which set off tons of P-more fans.

The third band up (and the band I was most excited to see) was The Stereo who reunited for this special occasion. The band played tracks from all three releases, including their highly influential album Three Hundred (an album which certainly influenced an Illinois group called Fall Out Boy). If you haven't heard this album (shame on you if you haven't) then go pick it up on iTunes ASAP.

NYC's own Fun. took the stage next and kept the momentum going with a tight set. The group also performed the track "We Are Young", which is set to be released on their upcoming album.

When Paramore opened their set with "Careful" the crowd erupted with joy and sang along to every word. The Tennessee band rocked the house for their last show for 2011. Hayley switched over to acoustic guitar in the middle of the set for "In The Mourning"(which featured a snippet of Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide") and "My Heart".

For the encore, Paramore performed their new song "Renegade" for the first time ever along with "Brick By Boring Brick" and "Misery Business". You can check out Paramore's setlist and check out their entire set below.

Paramore Setlist

For A Pessimist, I'm Pretty Optimistic
That's What You Get
Playing God
In The Mourning (acoustic)
My Heart (acoustic)
Here We Go Again
Looking Up
The Only Exception
Renegade (new song)
Brick By Boring Brick
Misery Business