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Placebo To Release MTV Unplugged Performance

European alternative rock band Placebo on August 19th performed an Unplugged set for MTV at London Studios in London, England. Presently, it is aimed for release on Nov 27th, 2015, just in time for the holidays. The band included several tracks from their recent album Loud Like Love, but included fan favorites from older albums like “Without You I’m Nothing”, “Every You Every Me” and “Slave to the Wage”. The album is available for pre-order here and includes several combos and denominations, including a Super Deluxe Edition Bundle (includes) 32 page booklet + t-shirt), Super Deluxe Edition (includes 32 page booklet), DVD and BluRay editions of the concert, CD and double vinyl editions and digital download formats.

Recently, reporting on Frances Bean Cobain’s thoughts on Adele’s new singles, AlternativeNation noted that on her Twitter she also lately had posted pictures of Placebo’s first two albums, Placebo and With out You I’m Nothing, signed by the band:

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Placebo just this year acquired new drummer Matt Lunn after their drummer from Steve Forrest quit the band amicably. Matt Lunn is known for his work in New York band Colour of Fire and has accompanied Placebo for the MTV Unplugged performance. Other live members include Billy Lloyd on keyboards, Fiona Brice on cello and Nick Gavrilovic on additional guitar. Below, you can watch the closing song to their MTV Unplugged performance, a song from the album Sleeping With Ghosts, “The Bitter End” and the show’s setlist:

Setlist

JACKIE (Sinead O’Connor cover)
FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH
36 DEGREES
BECAUSE I WANT YOU
EVERY YOU EVERY ME (Feat. Majke Voss Romme AKA Broken Twin)
SONG TO SAY GOODBYE
MEDS
PROTECT ME FROM WHAT I WANT (Feat. Joan as police woman)
LOUD LIKE LOVE
TOO MANY FRIENDS
POST BLUE
SLAVE TO THE WAGE
WITHOUT YOU I’M NOTHING
HOLD ON TO ME
BOSCO
WHERE IS MY MIND? (Pixies cover)
THE BITTER END

Watch Foo Fighters Full ‘Austin City Limits’ Show Set

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYfPH13oggU

Foo Fighters performed a nine-song set to help close out the 40th anniversary of PBS’ Austin City Limits show which aired February 7th. The band’s set includes hits like “Times Like These” and “Rope” as well as songs from their latest 2014 Sonic Highways album including “What Did I Do?/God as My Witness” which was recorded at ACL’s original home KLRU-TV’s Studio 6A with Austin guitarist Gary Clarke Jr. Clarke plays lead guitar on the song for both the HBO ‘Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways’ Austin episode as well as the ACL show. Guitarist Jimmie Vaughn and Clarke join Foo Fighters for a rousing rendition of The Fabulous Thunderbirds 1986 blues-rock classic “Tuff Enuff”.

The Foo Fighters’ Austin City Limits show was recorded November 20th, 2014 at ACL Live at The Moody Theater, the 2,700 capacity venue that has been the show’s home since moving from the smaller Studio 6A in 2011. Dave Grohl expressed admiration for the Austin City Limits show telling Rolling Stone in a November 2014 interview, “Here was a show that you could watch an entire live performance of a band – not just one song after Johnny Carson walks off the couch – in front of an intimate audience. Those experiences translate. When I was young, I was like, ‘Wow, that’s music! That’s how it’s done! Now it’s in my living room and it makes me want to do that too.’ You watch these brilliant musicians ripping on that stage week after week and it could only inspire young musicians. Maybe that’s what it was for.”

Austin City Limits Setlist:

Times Like These
The Feast and the Famine
Rope
Congregation
What Did I Do?/God As My Witness (with Gary Clarke Jr.)
Tuff Enuff (The Fabulous Thunderbirds cover with Jimmie Vaughn and Clarke)
I’ll Stick Around
Walk
Best of You

Review: Marilyn Manson at Terminal 5, NY

If everyone had prayed for “hell not hallelujah” like Marilyn Manson proclaims in the new song “Cupid Carries a Gun,” maybe we all would have been at the Terminal 5 show Monday night. As it is, the overhyped “snowpocalypse” of 2015 that shut down New York City bumped the show to Thursday instead. Ironically, some flurries did pummel the city at the show’s conclusion, likely leaving those clambering for subways, taxis, or a train home thinking back to the way Manson likened snow to cocaine last night.

Although the postponement news hit the internet rather late on Monday, nobody missed the memo, as the line around Terminal 5 wrapped around several blocks. As the crowd filtered in and flooded the multiple floors of the venue, the show began in a timely manner with the truly gifted metal group Unlocking the Truth. These teenagers already possess so much talent at such a young age that they put plenty of modern rock and metal to shame with their passion and inventiveness.

With the simplest stage setup in years for Manson (consisting of a graphics screen that, for the majority of the night, displayed the refurbished MM logo), fog bled onto the tiny Terminal 5 stage as the lengthy strains of Mozart’s “Requiem” filtered through the space amidst some minor light tricks. All at once, the fog seemed to dissipate as Manson and crew (which includes long-time band mate Twiggy Ramirez as well as the Pale Emperor collaborator Tyler Bates) launched into the raucous opener “Deep Six.”

While prior Manson set lists from the fresh Hell Not Hallelujah tour had been dominated by songs from Manson’s moody new disc, it felt as though last night he wanted to make up for the postponement by digging as deep into his back catalogue as 1994. For the next two hours, fans would be treated to covers and singles spanning Manson’s entire career.

Manson was effervescent, engaging the crowd between every song, telling stories that were so fantastical or sexual that you were only half-sure that you couldn’t believe them. At one point, a crew member tied Manson’s shoe in the midst of one of his quips. There was a minor mishap as the first half of “mOBSCENE” from 2003’s the Golden Age of Grotesque fell apart and out of time only to be recovered. The first few songs also seemed to serve as a warm-up for Manson, who, by the time he launched into the sexy, slinky new track “Killing Strangers,” was in his element, his voice raw and still powerful.

Those who hoped for some shock value may have been disappointed. Manson ripped no pages out of a false bible, stood on no pedestals, wore no fancy costumes. Glitter rained down on the crowd several times and smoke shot out fire-like in time with a few tunes. Panties piled on the stage and Manson lapped the attention right up. Just like with his new album, last night at Terminal 5 he stripped back several layers to reveal a performer that doesn’t need flourishes to still entertain the hell out of a crowd.

At one point during the show, Manson referred to a Kerrang journalist who would be reviewing the show, and the singer implored the crowd to cheer for a rating of 5 Ks. With the inclusion of such treats as his eerie covers of “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” and “Personal Jesus” as well as beloved classics like “the Dope Show,” “Disposable Teens,” “This Is the New Shit,” and “Irresponsible Hate Anthem,” Manson definitely deserves that rating.

Set list:

“Deep Six”

“Disposable Teens”

“mOBSCENE”

“No Reflection”

“Killing Strangers”

“Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”

“Cupid Carries a Gun”

“Rock Is Dead”

“The Dope Show”

“Third Day of a Seven Day Binge”

“Personal Jesus”

“This Is the New Shit”

“The Mephistopheles of Los Angeles”

“The Beautiful People”

“Coma White”

“Irresponsible Hate Anthem” (encore)

Watch Foo Fighters Play “Mountain Song” With Perry Farrell and Joe Walsh

Friday night the Foo Fighters brought their Sonic Highways media blitz to L.A.’s Sunset Strip for a secret show at The Roxy Theatre. The Foos were joined by Perry Farrell and Joe Walsh for a blistering version of Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song.” Check out this fan-shot “Mountain Song” video and the full 27 song setlist below:

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Foo Fighters at The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, Nov. 14, 2014:

1. The Feast and the Famine
2. Learn to Fly
3. White Limo
4. Arlandria
5. Times Like These
6. Rope
7. The Pretender
8. My Hero
9. Hey, Johnny Park!
10. Monkey Wrench
11. Congregation
12. Cold Day in the Sun
13. In the Clear (Live Premiere)
14. I’ll Stick Around
15. Generator
16. Walk
17. Outside (with Joe Walsh)
18. Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh cover) (with Joe Walsh)
19. Mountain Song (Jane’s Addiction cover) (with Perry Farrell and Joe Walsh)
20. All My Life
21. Miss You (The Rolling Stones cover)
22. Dear Rosemary
23. Breakdown (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers cover)
24. Best of You
25. Something From Nothing
26. Under Pressure (Queen & David Bowie cover)
27. Everlong

Soundgarden/Nine Inch Nails Setlist From Last Night’s Show In Auburn, WA

Soundgarden setlist:
Searching With My Good Eye Closed
Spoonman
The Day I Tried to Live
My Wave
Outshined
Jesus Christ Pose
Hunted Down
Fell on Black Days
Mailman
A Thousand Days Before
Burden in My Hand
Rusty Cage
Beyond the Wheel

Nine Inch Nails setlist:
Copy of A
Sanctified
Came Back Haunted
1,000,000
March of the Pigs
Piggy
Terrible Lie
Closer
Gave Up
Disappointed
Find My Way
The Great Destroyer
Eraser
Wish
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole
Encore:
Hurt

 

Setlists From Eddie Vedder’s 3 Shows In Sao Paulo, Brazil

Citibank Hall
São Paulo, Brazil

May 6th setlist:
The Moon Song (Karen O cover)
Can’t Keep (Pearl Jam song)
Without You
Sleeping By Myself
More Than You Know (Vincent Youmans cover)
Sometimes (Pearl Jam song)
Immortality (Pearl Jam song)
The Needle and the Damage Done (Neil Young cover)
Driftin’ (Pearl Jam song)
Good Woman (Cat Power cover)
Thumbing My Way (Pearl Jam song)
Far Behind
Guaranteed
No Ceiling
Rise
Better Man (Pearl Jam song)
Lukin (Pearl Jam song)
“I Won’t Hold On…” (not official title)
Porch (Pearl Jam song)

Encore:
Just Breathe (Pearl Jam song)
Unthought Known (Pearl Jam song)
Crazy Mary (Victoria Williams cover)
Sleepless Nights (The Everly Brothers cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Society (Jerry Hannan cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Falling Slowly (The Swell Season cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town (Pearl Jam song)
Parting Ways (Pearl Jam song)
I Believe in Miracles (Ramones cover)
The End (Pearl Jam song)
Arc (Pearl Jam song)
Bugs (Pearl Jam song)
Hard Sun (Indio cover) (with Glen Hansard)

May 7th setlist:
Walking the Cow (Daniel Johnston cover)
Trouble (Cat Stevens cover)
Dead Man (Pearl Jam song)
Can’t Keep (Pearl Jam song)
Sleeping By Myself
Without You
Soon Forget (Pearl Jam song)
Light Today
Throw Your Arms Around Me (Hunters & Collectors cover)
I’m One (The Who cover)
Speed of Sound (Pearl Jam song)
I Am Mine (Pearl Jam song)
Man of the Hour (Pearl Jam song)
Wishlist (Pearl Jam song)
Far Behind
Setting Forth
Guaranteed
Long Nights (with Glen Hansard)
You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away (The Beatles cover)
Unthought Known (Pearl Jam song)
Picture in a Frame (Tom Waits cover)
Future Days (Pearl Jam song)
Masters of War (Bob Dylan cover)
Porch (Pearl Jam song)
Sleepless Nights (The Everly Brothers cover) (with Glen Hansard)
“I Won’t Hold On…” (not official title) (with Glen Hansard)
Society (Jerry Hannan cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Falling Slowly (The Swell Season cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Last Kiss (Wayne Cochran cover)
Should I Stay or Should I Go (The Clash cover) (With Marcelo, a member of the audience)
Off He Goes (Pearl Jam song)
Open All Night (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Better Days

Encore:
Hard Sun (Indio cover)

May 9th setlist:
Long Road (Pearl Jam song)
Brain Damage (Pink Floyd cover)
Sometimes (Pearl Jam song)
Can’t Keep (Pearl Jam song)
Sleeping By Myself
Without You
You’re True
Broken Heart
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town (Pearl Jam song)
Love Boat Captain (Pearl Jam song)
Far Behind
Setting Forth
Guaranteed
Rise
Long Nights (with Glen Hansard)
Immortality (Pearl Jam song)
You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away (The Beatles cover)
Save It For Later (The Beat cover)
Just Breathe (Pearl Jam song)
Lukin (Pearl Jam song)
Porch (Pearl Jam song)
Sleepless Nights (The Everly Brothers cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Society (Jerry Hannan cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Falling Slowly (The Swell Season cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Should I Stay or Should I Go (The Clash cover)
Better Days
Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young cover)

Encore:
Hard Sun (Indio cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Dream a Little Dream of Me (Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra cover)

Foo Fighters Play Surprise Set In Washington D.C.

May 5, 2014
9:30 Club
Washington, DC, USA

Setlist:
Times Like These
White Limo
Arlandria
Rope
The Pretender
My Hero
Generator
Walk
These Days
Cold Day in the Sun
Big Me
Monkey Wrench
Best of You
This Is a Call
All My Life

Encore:
Aurora
Dear Rosemary
Skin and Bones
Everlong

Read More: Foo Fighters Play Surprise Set in Washington, D.C. | http://loudwire.com/foo-fighters-surprise-set-big-tony-trouble-funk-celebration/?trackback=tsmclip

Queens of the Stone Age Annihilate Coachella 2014

Queens of the Stone Age headlined the 2014 Coachella Festival Saturday night, their first appearance at the festival in 12 years. Since this article was 1st published all pro-shot QOTSA Coachella footage was removed from YouTube on copyright grounds. Here is a fan-shot video QOTSA performing “Smooth Sailing.”

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Former Nine Inch Nails/current Beck bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen raved about the show on Twitter.

JMJ QOTSA

QOTSA’s Josh Homme and Michael Shuman backstage at Coachella.

QOTSA Backstage

QOTSA Coachella 2014 Setlist:

No One Knows
Feel Good Hit of the Summer
My God Is the Sun
Smooth Sailing
In My Head
Little Sister
The Vampyre of Time and Memory
If I Had a Tail
Make It Wit Chu
I Sat by the Ocean
Go With the Flow
A Song for the Dead

Watch Nine Inch Nails Perform “Hurt” on Austin City Limits

Nine Inch Nails’ first ‘Austin City Limits’ TV performance featuring their 8-piece “Tension 2013” touring line-up premiered Saturday night. Early in the show Trent Reznor told the crowd, “We’re gonna play a bunch of new stuff, a few old things, and try to have some fun with it.” The energetic show includes many songs from NIN’s 2013 album Hesitation Marks as well as expansive versions of classic material.

The full concert has been removed by PBS. Watch NIN encore with “Hurt”:

NIN ACL Telecast Setlist:

All Time Low
Sanctified
Came Back Haunted
Copy of A
The Frail/ The Wretched
The Big Come Down
In This Twilight
While I’m Still Here
Hurt

Bonus Songs (not on original telecast):
Satellite
Survivalism

Nine Inch Nails has toured as a 4-piece featuring Trent Reznor, Alessandro Cortini, Robin Finck, and Ilan Rubin since February 2014 and are currently on tour with Soundgarden. The ACL show was taped on November 4th, 2013. The full setlist below was edited to fit the 54 minute telecast:

NIN Setlist

Setlist From Nine Inch Nails & Queens Of The Stone Age’s Show In Sydney, Australia

Qantas Credit Union Arena
Sydney, Australia
March 6, 2014

Nine Inch Nails setlist:
A Warm Place
Somewhat Damaged
1,000,000
Letting You
Terrible Lie
March of the Pigs
Piggy
Sanctified
Came Back Haunted
Me, I’m Not
Copy of A
Survivalism
Only
Wish
Burn
Gave Up
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole
Hurt

Queens of the Stone Age setlist:
You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar, but I Feel Like a Millionaire
No One Knows
My God Is the Sun
Burn the Witch
Smooth Sailing
…Like Clockwork
If I Had a Tail
Little Sister
Fairweather Friends
I Sat by the Ocean
Make It Wit Chu
Sick, Sick, Sick
3’s & 7’s
Better Living Through Chemistry
Go With the Flow

Encore:
The Vampyre of Time and Memory
Feel Good Hit of the Summer
A Song for the Dead

Video: How To Destroy Angels’ Mariqueen Maandig Joins Nine Inch Nails For Tokyo Encores

Tuesday night Trent Reznor’s wife, Mariqueen Maandig, joined Nine Inch Nails in Tokyo, Japan for surprise encore performances of How to Destroy Angels’ “Ice Age” and “BBB”.

Nine Inch Nails “Ice Age” (How to Destroy Angels cover):

Nine Inch Nails “BBB” (How to Destroy Angels cover):

Shinkiba Studio Coast
Tokyo, Japan
February 26, 2014

Setlist:
Somewhat Damaged
1,000,000
Letting You (First time live since 2009)
Terrible Lie
March of the Pigs
Piggy
Reptile
The Frail
The Wretched
Vessel (First time live since 2008)
Survivalism
Wish
31 Ghosts IV (First time live since 2008)
Burn
Gave Up
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole

Encore:
Ice Age (How to Destroy Angels cover) (with Mariqueen Maandig)
BBB (How to Destroy Angels cover) (with Mariqueen Maandig)
Hurt

Setlist From Nine Inch Nails’ Show In Tokyo, Japan

Shinkiba Studio Coast
Tokyo, Japan
February 25, 2014

Setlist:
Me, I’m Not
Survivalism
Terrible Lie
March of the Pigs
Piggy
Sanctified
Disappointed
Came Back Haunted
Find My Way
Reptile
Hand Covers Bruise (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross cover) (Live debut)
Beside You in Time (First time live since 2006)
Copy of A
All Time Low
Gave Up
The Hand That Feeds
Only
Wish
Head Like a Hole
Hurt

Setlist From Eddie Vedder’s Show in Melbourne, Australia

Palais Theatre
Melbourne, Australia
February 16, 2014

Setlist:
Tuolumne
I’m One (The Who cover)
I Am Mine
Wishlist
Can’t Keep
Light Today
Without You
Soon Forget
Driftin’
Speed of Sound
Far Behind
Guaranteed
Rise
Long Nights (with Glen Hansard)
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Millworker (James Taylor cover)
Man of the Hour
Porch

Encore:
I Am a Patriot (Little Steven cover)
Just Breathe
Bobby Jean (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Sleepless Nights (The Everly Brothers cover)
Falling Slowly (The Swell Season cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Arc

Encore 2:
Immortality
Hard Sun (Indio cover)

failure

Watch Failure’s Entire Amazing Multicam Reunion Show

Space-rock band Failure reunited at Los Angeles’ El Rey Theater February 13th, almost 16 years after the influential 90’s band broke up in 1997. Singer/guitarist/bassist Ken Andrews, guitarist/bassist/keyboardist/backup singer Greg Edwards, and drummer Kellii Scott put on an enthusiastic show for about 800 rabid fans which included mostly songs from their 2nd and 3rd albums 1994’s Magnified and 1996’s Fantastic Planet.

Playing as a trio on a stage consisting of 3 glowing circular platforms with strands of lights illuminating their mic stands, speakers, and drums, Andrews at one point asks the crowd, “How many of you saw us in the 90’s?” A few in the audience cheer but it’s unlikely many saw them. Failure had one minor hit in its heyday, “Stuck on You”, which reached #23 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs Chart. Since their breakup Failure has garnered a massive cult following and seen A Perfect Circle cover “The Nurse Who Loved Me” and Paramore cover “Stuck on You.” Their reunion is finally bringing Failure some long overdue acclaim.

Failure open for A Perfect Circle and Puscifer at Cinquanta, Maynard James Keenan’s 50th birthday celebration, May 10th at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Failure will also open for Tool on their upcoming U.S. tour dates between March 9 in Reno and March 27 in Phoenix, marking the first time the bands have toured together since 1996.

Failure Reunion Fan-Made Full Show Multicam at the El Rey Theater:

Failure’s El Rey Theater Reunion – Full Set with Individual Fan-Shot Video Links:

Another Space Song: Click here.
Frogs: Click here.
Saturday Saviour: Click here.
Sergeant Politeness: Click here.
Dirty Blue Balloons: Click here.
Undone: Click here.
Pillowhead: Click here.
Segue 3: Click here.
Blank: Click here.
Wet Gravity: Click here.
Solaris: Click here.
Heliotropic: Click here.
Stuck On You (Multi-cam): Click here.
The Nurse Who Loved Me: Click here.
Daylight: Click here.

Encores:
Let It Drip: Click here.
Smoking Umbrellas: Click here.
Screen Man: Removed by YouTube, see Full Show.

Setlist:

Failure-set-list

Before their performance Failure showed a film montage featuring some of their favorite movies and TV shows which they revealed “provided inspiration as well as subject matter for much of our material.” The montage included: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), sci-fi favs Solaris (1972) and Fantastic Planet (1973), Ren and Stimpy’s ‘Space Madness’ episode (1994), and more.

Intro/Film Montage: Click here.

Setlist From Eddie Vedder’s Second Show In Sydney, Australia

Setlist:
I’m One (The Who cover)
Gone
Wishlist
Without You
Can’t Keep
Soon Forget
You’re True
No Ceiling
Her Majesty (The Beatles cover)
Far Behind
Guaranteed
Long Nights
Man of the Hour
Unthought Known
Lukin
Porch

Encore:
You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away (The Beatles cover)
Masters of War (Bob Dylan cover)
Future Days
Bugs
Immortality
Sleepless Nights (The Everly Brothers cover)
Society (Jerry Hannan cover)
Falling Slowly (The Swell Season cover)
Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young cover)

Encore 2:
Dream a Little Dream of Me (Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra cover)
Hard Sun (Indio cover)

Setlist From Eddie Vedder’s Show In Perth, Australia

PCEC Riverside Theatre
Perth, Australia
February 7, 2013

Setlist:
Trouble (Cat Stevens cover)
Sometimes
Man of the Hour
Can’t Keep
Sleeping By Myself
Without You
More Than You Know (Vincent Youmans cover)
Good Woman (Cat Power cover)
Thumbing My Way
Driftin’
No Ceiling
Far Behind
Guaranteed
Long Nights (with Glen Hansard)
The End
The Needle and the Damage Done (Neil Young cover)
Parting Ways
Open All Night (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Porch

Encore:
Improv (I’m Honoured to Play for My Friend Connor)
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Sleepless Nights (The Everly Brothers cover) (with Glen Hansard) (“Busking Style”)
Falling Slowly (The Swell Season cover) (with Glen Hansard)
Unthought Known
Lukin
Arc

Encore 2:
Ukulele Anthem (Amanda Palmer cover)
Hard Sun (Indio cover)

Pearl Jam Conclude Big Day Out With Arcade Fire Frontman

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler joined Pearl Jam on stage for the band’s last song of Big Day Out, Keep on Rockin’ in the Free World. You can watch the performance below:

Big Day Out Perth 2014
Arena Joondalup, Perth, Australia
February 2, 2014

Setlist:
Go
Do the Evolution
Last Exit
Animal
Mind Your Manners
Corduroy
Lightning Bolt
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Faithfull
Even Flow
Deep
Unthought Known
Sirens
Getaway
Jeremy
Lukin
Satan’s Bed
Rearviewmirror

Encore:
Throw Your Arms Around Me (Hunters & Collectors cover)
Crazy Mary (Victoria Williams cover)
Comatose
Given to Fly
Black
Porch
Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young cover) (with Win Butler)

Setlist From Pearl Jam’s Performance At Big Day Out Adelaide 2014

Big Day Out Adelaide 2014
Bonython Park, Adelaide, Australia
January 31, 2014

Setlist:
Why Go
Do the Evolution
Corduroy
Lightning Bolt
Mind Your Manners
Blood
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Got Some
My Father’s Son
Even Flow
Sirens
Daughter
Given to Fly
World Wide Suicide
Once
Red Mosquito
Better Man

Encore:
Throw Your Arms Around Me (Hunters & Collectors cover)
Mother (Pink Floyd cover)
Jeremy
Lukin
Porch

Encore 2:
Alive
Kick Out the Jams (MC5 cover)
Baba O’Riley (The Who cover)
Yellow Ledbetter

Setlist From Pearl Jam’s Performance At Big Day Out Sydney 2014

Big Day Out Sydney 2014
Showgrounds, Sydney, Australia
January 26, 2014

Setlist:
Do the Evolution
Mind Your Manners
Animal
Hail Hail
Getaway
Corduroy
Lightning Bolt
In Hiding
Even Flow
Severed Hand
Sirens
State of Love and Trust
Unthought Known
Insignificance
Let the Records Play
Spin the Black Circle
Rearviewmirror

Encore:
Footsteps
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns (Mother Love Bone cover)
Throw Your Arms Around Me (Hunters & Collectors cover) (Eddie Vedder solo)
Better Man
Porch

Encore 2:
Jeremy
Black
Alive
Kick Out the Jams (MC5 cover) (with Mark Arm and Steve Turner of Mudhoney)
Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young cover)