Jun 29, 2007

The Disco Biscuits

Lincoln Theatre Street Stage, Raleigh, NC

06/29/07 Lincoln Theatre Street Stage, Raleigh, NC


Set One

M.E.M.P.H.I.S. 1164


Hot Air Balloon 1729


42 680


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Orch Theme 1373


Sweating Bullets 500


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Kelly Watch The Stars 306


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Munchkin Invasion 499


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42 318


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Mulberry's Dream 491


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I Remember When 527


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Reviews for this item

Phan Halen 3/24/2016 9:55:33 AM

"This show is quite average. 3/5 stars. "

Vernixx 7/11/2007 1:45:51 PM

"Freakin awesome show. Solid playing throughout and great song selection. Well worth downloading!!!"

Philbert 7/10/2007 7:30:05 AM

"I don`t know why or how anyone could say that this show sucked. I seriously enjoyed every minute of the show. M.E.M.P.H.I.S.> Hot Air Balloon was insane, and 42>Orch Theme>Sweating Bullets was incredible! Kelly Watch the Stars is the only song they played that was weak, and not because of the Biscuits playing. That song isn`t good anyway. Please guys, don`t play that song at 10KLF. There are so many more songs to cover than that one. Anyways, this show is definitely worth the download so get it and don`t hesitate."

Josh Jackson 7/2/2007 9:21:02 PM

"I think your off about this show sucking. I thought it was good. M.E.M.P.H.I.S opener was awesome. I think the 42 and Munchkin Invasion were both real good. It was my first show also so I am biased."

Jesse Pruitt `CityBoy` 7/2/2007 12:42:56 PM

"This show kinda sucked to be honest. The song selection leaves a lot to be desired, but there were some nice highlights including but not limited to the long Orch Theme which they used as a springboard to play around with the Caterpillar ending jam before dropping strangely into Sweating Bullets, the short but sweet Air cover `Kelly Watch the Stars`, Munchkin Invasion which always manages to rage face, and the Mulberry`s encore followed by an exteneded I Remember When wrapped up the evening to start hustling all of us into the Lincoln for Conpirator (where they repeated Orch Theme?!)"