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Manchester Orchestra / Colour Revolt: live in New Yorklive in New York (2007)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: InaGreendaseBrian
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Both of these bands in question have toured with Brand New within the last year, and their profiles likely got a hefty raise from it. Either way, pairing together seemed like a sensible, entertaining idea and it was. Arriving just in time for Colour Revolt's performance, the band's set, which was.
Both of these bands in question have toured with Brand New within the last year, and their profiles likely got a hefty raise from it. Either way, pairing together seemed like a sensible, entertaining idea and it was.
The nearly hour-long set finished with Hull coming back out and playing a song from his "incredibly pretentious" side project (his words), Right Away, Great Captain!, titled "Badges and Badges." Judging from the description on the project's MySpace ("a concept record concerning a 1600's sailor at sea for 3 years. Each song is a journal entry to either his family at home, or his captain. The record consists of 15 songs, and clocks in at 50 minutes long."), he doesn't seem far off. The song was obviously much more minimal than Manchester's, but it was pleasing all the same.
Set list (potentially out of order) (10:22-11:17):
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