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Sun Oct 19, 2014 10:13 am

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downforcemedia wrote:4 days 'til Denver. :)

any idea on poster yet?
Won't find out until around 1pm the day of most likely. And be prepared to wait hours in line most likely if it's good.
Or get it at the online drop from 10Club.
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Sun Oct 19, 2014 11:35 am

St. Paul tonight. Who's going?
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Sun Oct 19, 2014 2:01 pm

te="jamel-d"]
63schoeffling wrote:
funkyskunky wrote:
downforcemedia wrote:4 days 'til Denver. :)

any idea on poster yet?
Won't find out until around 1pm the day of most likely. And be prepared to wait hours in line most likely if it's good.
Or get it at the online drop from 10Club.[/quote]

It's not the same thing
you got to get it there[/quote]

I'm too busy drinking and enjoying the city or working before the show to waste my time in line. Either grab the AP from the artist or on the 10c drop. Only reason to stand in line is for the flip really. That's why most people are in line despite what they say... The non-10c folks that is.
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Sun Oct 19, 2014 2:19 pm

The Ames Bros St Paul poster looks great.
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 6:08 am

Kdh12 wrote:Would have been better not to open with small town and go straight into No Code

Still cool though
I was wondering about this too (and I was at the show) - my theory is that they really wanted to recognize the 'small town' aspect of where they were playing, and I think it was almost necessary to get the crowd 'on side' before they launched into a complete play-through of a record that is generally a favorite of only the more hardcore fans. I had to hand it to Moline, pretty much the entire arena stayed on their feet for the show (including all of No Code) even when it was clear to me that many of the people around me (I wasn't using 10C tix) weren't very familiar with a lot of the No Code tracks (Who You Are, Red Mosquito, Mankind, Habit, even Smile).

It was a killer show - very memorable not only for the No Code angle but it was the 'loosest' show I've seen from them (that was #40 for me) - very laid back and in the moment.
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:36 am

mav22erick wrote:The Ames Bros St Paul poster looks great.
Yeah. .pretty cool
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 8:15 am

Craig_of_J wrote:
Kdh12 wrote:Would have been better not to open with small town and go straight into No Code

Still cool though
I was wondering about this too (and I was at the show) - my theory is that they really wanted to recognize the 'small town' aspect of where they were playing, and I think it was almost necessary to get the crowd 'on side' before they launched into a complete play-through of a record that is generally a favorite of only the more hardcore fans. I had to hand it to Moline, pretty much the entire arena stayed on their feet for the show (including all of No Code) even when it was clear to me that many of the people around me (I wasn't using 10C tix) weren't very familiar with a lot of the No Code tracks (Who You Are, Red Mosquito, Mankind, Habit, even Smile).

It was a killer show - very memorable not only for the No Code angle but it was the 'loosest' show I've seen from them (that was #40 for me) - very laid back and in the moment.
Playing "loose" is what I enjoyed the most, being my first show I assumed that's the way they did it.
The most fun I've had at a rock n roll concert since 1983!
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 12:33 pm

Last night's show was a little boring. Or maybe I'm just too old for this now...

SET 1
Pendulum
Release
Nothingman
Go
Life Wasted
Corduroy
Lightning Bolt
Mind Your Manners
Save You
Even Flow
Sirens
Love Boat Captain
Daughter
I Got Id
The Fixer
Unthought Known
Given To Fly
Rearviewmirror

ENCORE 1
Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
Thin Air
Footsteps
Imagine
Last Kiss
Why Go
Do The Evolution
Porch

ENCORE 2
Black
Setting Forth
Better Man
Alive
Rockin' In The Free World
Indifference
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:06 pm

2014 Pearl Jam Saint Paul, MN "Night Raid" Edition
http://amesbrosshop.com/ames_bros_2014_ ... oster.aspx

2014 Pearl Jam Saint Paul, MN "Heavy Metal" Edition
http://amesbrosshop.com/ames_bros_2014_ ... oster.aspx
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:08 pm

demetrios wrote:Image
Variant is printed with metalic gold ink. And there's a black and white edition with GID inks. Would have bought that one, but it was $250!
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:10 pm

demetrios wrote:Image
That's pretty sweet
mmmm Beer :pint:
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Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:18 pm

Kdh12 wrote:
demetrios wrote:Image
That's pretty sweet

I dig it.
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