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Jared Paul



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The Mean Eagle wrote:
This looks like it was really great. Also the new place looks amazing! No more of those terrible stairs in that apartment! awesome. I'm wishing I was closer to you all often.


No Handsome! We gotta get SFR closer to YOU. The boys can survive all the New England winters they want, I say we start a satellite branch somewhere that's not a fucking freezer 5 months a year! Help me win this war Mad Martigen!!
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 12:40 am
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dilly dilly



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awe...this looks like it was sooooo amazing... I really feel like I've missed out on something special...

congrats on the success of the show, everyone!

signed- big looser face
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 1:23 am
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I had a really great time at this show. i couldn't have asked for a better environment to dust off the cobwebs in and try out some new shit ... everyone's set that night knocked me on my ass, and i left feeling genuinely excited about the music coming out of SFR this year. Thanks, as always, to Sage for providing the cinderblocks and plywood.

smake, my setlist was:

kitchen sink*
paid dues
50 ways to bleed your customer*
joan of arcadia
open letter to justin timberlake
the reptilian agenda*
body of work*
one breath left

* - from the upcoming album

during the changeover and i also played the crowd another song from the album called "leaving new york"
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 1:57 am
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smake



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Thanks! Always curious what you guys play, even though I can't be there. Lots of new work, excited about the new releases of SFR this year. I envy the ones who got to see the shows.
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 2:30 am
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Jared Paul



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dilly dilly wrote:
awe...this looks like it was sooooo amazing... I really feel like I've missed out on something special...

congrats on the success of the show, everyone!

signed- big looser face



You and Bren were definitely on our minds. Kept an eye on the top of the stairs the whole night half expecting that you might come bounding down the steps decked in glowing silver like Cinderella late to the Basement Ball... NEXT TIME!

Or I'll turn into a vegan pumpkin coach for sure.

Smake!

The PFA set was:

*Coat Hangar 18
*Men In Control
*Bike Song
*Psalm for St. Paul
*Rows of Steel
*Tom Delay
*Wrong Horse

Stuff from the upcoming EP!

It was such a nice surprise to hear people screaming along; CH-18, Men in Control, Psalm, and Tom Delay in particular.
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 11:15 am
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smake



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Thanks! Makes me even more jealous ha, but great to see so much new material performed by everyone, can't wait for the upcoming releases. Thanks again for the info. I always love to know what tracks are performed.
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 1:25 pm
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Charlie Foxtrot



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b. dolan wrote:


50 ways to bleed your customer*

the reptilian agenda*

* - from the upcoming album




I am soooooooo excited for the new album
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 5:03 pm
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Yes, the Neti-Pot was sold just minutes after my set.

My set included:

Artist Goes Pop
Halfway
Get Out What You Put In
Dust Til Dawn
Way I See It
2 Track Mind
On The Side
Ugly Truth
Easier Said

Good show. Good times. I'm glad that people who came enjoyed themselves. Good job Sage and SFR for putting it together. Great Success.
Post Wed Mar 04, 2009 7:52 pm
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smake



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And thanks again, that setlist sounds great. Nice to see some older tracks in there as well (especially Halfway). Also like the fact that 2 Track Mind is in there, amongst all those hard hitting songs. Again: envy.

Should have been recorded this, seems like a night to remember.
Post Thu Mar 05, 2009 4:01 am
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