Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by thisisnotbrianm, Jan 9, 2017.
Edit: Correction, looked at the wrong Say Anything set. Wow that is mediocre.
Most of the Say Anything setlist is from is a real boy, and then a fairly diverse mix for the rest. I'm happy with it
Bayside set is as boring as ever.
Solid Say Anything set though.
Damn I love both sets. Bummed I'm missing this one
Say Anything Setlist at Downstairs at White Oak Music Hall, Houston
For anyone that wants to see it. I'm personally super super stoked for some of the super old songs.
all I need to be there
I'm pretty sure I'm going to end up going now, I really like that say anything set. Bayside is guesting at an emo nite after party too, I feel like I should hit that up.
god damn, Slowly Through a Vector too. I have to go
Yeah, that Say Anything set is something special. Definitely going now.
Bayside only playing
two songs from Vacancy? Weird. Funny to see them cover
Moving Out, as I just saw Panic! cover that same song last month. Kind of cool how Anthony
started the show from the crowd, seems like the only interesting thing on the setlist.
This is the third Bayside show I've gone to, but the first time I'll actually have to stay and see them (assuming SA is closing?)
I think they are going to be alternating every night?
Hmm. Well, don't care anymore. Decided to put together a playlist of that Bayside setlist and "Mary" has single-handedly made me re-think everything I thought about this band.
Both of those sets are pretty average for me
Nibble Nibble - that song is so much fun. I'd rather he cut
Give A Damn - it's probably my least from from IDTII, and
I kind of wish there were a couple more from IDTII. I'd still like to see
blessed, Attaboy, Bret Easton, and/or Goshua. Definitely seems like a set to pull in some of the more casual fans who will be there for Bayside. It'll be fun though.
Bayside's set looks good to.
No Shudder though :(
That song is fucking incredible
That's pretty typical for them.
Honestly will probably skip this unless I can flyer it. Neither setlist is really that special tbh.
It just irks me that Bayside rolls out the near same set every tour. Ignoring Shudder is a crime, and there are so many other songs I would love to hear off of Walking Wounded
Say Anything set list may not be everyone's cup of tea but it is definitely special - a lot of deep cuts
I honestly didn't realize Bayside doesn't usually play anything from Shudder. Definitely a disappointment that's a great album. And I'd love more from Killing Time too. Although to be honest it's been so long since I've seen them that this will all feel fresh so it should be fun regardless.
I've seen Bayside 13x and the only songs I've heard from Shudder are Boy (2 or 3x), Ghost of St Valentine and Moceanu 3 or 4x) and maybe No one Understands, but honestly, I can't even remember if I've heard that.
I feel like it's a solid Bayside set. They cut out a few of the songs they usually play (
like Carry On or Already Gone) and have a few they don't play as much (
Big Cheese, I and I, a new cover). Personally, I could do without
They're Not Horses and Hello shitty, but it's overall a solid set.
Haha. I've been listening to this setlist all day, instant fan, but those are the two songs that didn't click for me.
Bayside was great. Say Anything was awful.