Chicago, Illinois, USA
Main Floor, Orchestra Section, Aisle 2, Row C, Seat 201 (Approximately 20' from stage, toward right stack)
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Lineup (In Halloween costume)
Allen Aucoin - Drums
Aaron Magner - Keyboards
Marc Brownstein - Bass Guitar
Jon Gutwillig - Guitar
Play Time - 02:45:08
Strobelights and Martinis
Pimp Blue Rikki
Mindless Dribble Part I>
Caves of the East>
Mindless Dribble Part II>
Confrontation Part I (Dyslexic)
The Devil's Waltz
Confrontation Part II (Dyslexic)>
Spraypaint Part I>
Spraypaint Part II
I am One (Smashing Pumpkins) [First Play]
Save the Robots (Dyslexic Completion of 10.29)>
Run Like Hell (Completes 10.28)
First Disco Biscuits show and it was rather enjoyable. Many thanks to Jon Goldberg for setting up a ticket for me in exchange for taping and sharing my recording!
DB was great, however, waiting for them to play was near unbearable. Holy Fuck was impressive, and is now a band I'll definitely see again, but Glitch Mob was horrendous. It would've been better to have Holy Fuck play a little longer.
The light show was very well done and was a welcome compliment for the music.
The guys played in their Halloween costumes reminiscant of zombie Blues Brothers.
Unbeknownst to me until the day after the show, those of us present were priveleged to hear the first performance of their Smashing Pumpkins cover 'I am One'.
There is another source for Holy Fuck and DB. A gentleman in the right centre orchestra section two rows behind me to my left had a stand with what appeared to be Shoeps mics. I didn't talk to him, however, so I don't know what he plans to do. Props to a fellow taper tho'!
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