Fort Lauderdale, 25.04.2013

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Revolution Live
25.04.2013

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Setlist:
01. The Truth
02. Show Me What You Got
03. My Generation
04. Livin' It Up
05. Hot Dog
06. Gold Cobra
07. Bring It Back
08. My Way
09. Re-Arranged
10. Killing In The Name (Rage Against The Machine cover)
11. Break Stuff
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12. Hold On
13. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana cover)
14. Fight For Your Right (Beastie Boys cover)
15. Alive (Pearl Jam cover)
16. Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)
17. Take A Look Around
18. Ready To Go
19. Eat You Alive
20. Behind Blue Eyes (The Who cover)

Show Notes:
-This was the first headline show in the US since the Las Vegas 18.07.2009 show. Therefore this show marks the first performances off songs of The Unquestionable Truth Part 1 and Gold Cobra ever in the USA.
-First performance of 'Hold On' outside of rehearsals. 'Show Me What You Got' got played for the first time since the Panama 06.08.2011 show.
-'Nobody Loves Me' and 'Stuck' were on the setlist but have not been played.
-The band pulled up a fan to do vocals for 'Alive (Pearl Jam cover)'. He also got to stay on stage during 'Rollin' where he did the "backup backup" vocals.
-This was the first time ever that the band covered 'Killing In The Name' by Rage Against The Machine entirely!
-The band jammed Beastie Boys' 'Fight For Your Right' before 'Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)'.
-'Ready To Go' has been performed for the first time ever at this show. Two fans, one of them a fellow fan of The Armpit, joined the band for the song. The song got interrupted before Lil Wayne's part should start, though. After the song, one of the fans asked Fred if the band can play 'Stuck' but a few seconds later, the other fan suggested 'Eat You Alive', then Fred decided that 'Eat You Alive' wins so the band played it with the two fans staying on stage.
-'Behind Blue Eyes' closed a show for the very first time too. John, Sam and Wes sat in front of John's drumkit while Fred sang standing on the stage.

Show Notes:
-Paolo Gregoletto, bassist of the band Trivium, was a the show too! He posted a short clip of 'Re-Arranged' during the show. Watch the clip here here.
-Sold out show.