Brundage Mountain Amphitheatre
Jul 18, 2006
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O.D. — 11/27/2006 9:01:51 AM
"Great show, great venue, and great party. Widespread sucked me in about thirteen years ago and this show ranks right up there. Sam really helped give them that Mikey feel. Well worth your hard earned money."
gayelynn59 — 10/4/2006 12:18:39 PM
"hobbled up the bunny hill and boogied on down front what a venue. first time there and beautifulllll touch the mountain air see ya`ll next year thank you thank you thank you"
WSPusherman — 7/29/2006 2:28:47 PM
"Was at this show and JoJo`s birthday was special, and as the other posts have said the end of the 1st set was pure dirty dark Panic, i especially loved Sleeping Man, Visiting Day and Postcard, and the Impossible is jammed out old school style with the longer jam. 2nd set was pandemonium, Chilly and Surprise sanwiches are both very slick, and Riders on the Storm is scary good, JB`s vocals were murderin all night. Quality of show sound is excellent, minus You Should be glad (but only the 1st part of the song was affected by the tech difficulties, show related not transfer related). Def worth the $11"
PATFIELD — 7/29/2006 10:54:51 AM
"The Impossible, hell, the whole last half of the first set w/ Samuel was the pure dark, dirty, dirty Panic that we all love and cherish. George has really stepped up as well(for real people, he`s sounding very good!), and John Keane has finally shook off his concise, understated studio producer mindset and cut the fuck loose! The Hydra gets tighter and meaner with every show, so decimate the hate and buy this show. There are a lotta shows from this Summer worth your hard-earned loot! NAMASTE!"
hoody — 7/28/2006 3:10:08 PM
"Attended this show with my girlfriend,which was great because it was her first Panic show and because the music was incredible,of course.I`ve seen Panic fiteen times,my first show being in 97.I must say this show f#$king rocked hard,especially the second setwhich was tied together so well.Am I the only one who heard the Doors teases from Schools during the jam before Riders?Could have sworn it was something from Celebration of the Lizard,anyway I guess you could say I saw that one coming.Fun ,energetic, inspired jamming well worth the d/l,peace."
Setlist at Brundage Mountain Amphitheatre, Boise, ID on Jul 18, 2006
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