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And here’s the Rochester setlist for Brody. The people next to me got hers. They’re from Brooklyn, and were next to me in line at the Barclay’s Queens show. Now they were in *my* town, in line next to me *again*. I joked it was like a cultural exchange we were doing.

And here’s the Rochester setlist for Brody. The people next to me got hers. They’re from Brooklyn, and were next to me in line at the Barclay’s Queens show. Now they were in *my* town, in line next to me *again*. I joked it was like a cultural exchange we were doing.

I got Josh’s setlist last night at the Rochester show — my last one of the tour, and in my own town, which was awesome.
But the setlist that was actually played was highly different than the one that was printed. I suspect it’s because a security guard thought it would be hawt to show his copy to everybody up front in the crowd. If so, that little fucker cost me Designer and Missing.Monsters and 3’s & 7’s were subbed in. Designer, Lost Art, Missing and Keep Your Eyes Peeled were scratched. But we still got Fun Machine. That was my No. 1 wish going into the show.  :)

I got Josh’s setlist last night at the Rochester show — my last one of the tour, and in my own town, which was awesome.

But the setlist that was actually played was highly different than the one that was printed. I suspect it’s because a security guard thought it would be hawt to show his copy to everybody up front in the crowd. If so, that little fucker cost me Designer and Missing.

Monsters and 3’s & 7’s were subbed in. Designer, Lost Art, Missing and Keep Your Eyes Peeled were scratched. But we still got Fun Machine. That was my No. 1 wish going into the show.  :)