139 minutes | Mar 1, 2019

Episode 25: Holmdel, NJ - 7/14/03

As the band waved goodbye to a historic 2003 US tour, they went out with a unique bang taking two songs from every album and playing them in chronological order. While it was a creative way to break into the first set, a major part of this episode debates whether or not they made the right song choices from each album. With some dead spots within the set, could the band found a better way to develop this arrangement or did they put themselves into an awkward position? Along with a memorable first set, they were joined in the encore by opening act Sleater-Kinney for an array of covers, including a rare version of Hunger Strike. We've been critical of the SK appearances before, but did they redeem themselves this time around? For all of you Patreon donors, don't forget that this week our VH1 Storytellers episode will be available for exclusive downloads! If you're interested in listening to this exclusive content, head on over to our Patreon account and donate! For being a donor you'll receive lot's of cool items outside of monthly exclusive episodes including a t-shirt, a bootleg of any show we've covered and an opportunity to come on an episode and discuss your favorite show! Can't find a better deal!
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