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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • 3 Doors Down
  • 2000-05-11
  • Untitled
  • Hundridge Theater
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
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  • File Format
  • Las Vegas
  • NV
  • FLAC
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  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • FM
  • Good
  • geek01
  • 9th June 2014
  • Three Doors Down Brad Arnold: lead vocals (and all lyric writing) Matt Roberts: lead guitar, backing vocals Chris Henderson: rhythm guitar Todd Harrell: bass Richard Liles: drums, percussion and backing vocals Hundridge Theater Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. May 11, 2000 recorded live FM broadcast from Westwood One on "high voltage" (and various TV apprearances) touring their hugely popular debut album "a better life" runtime: 82:43 (just Las Vegas concert, 57:17) setlist: 1: radio announcer :14 2: not enough > 3:25 3: better life 3:38 4: life of my own 4:48 5: radio announcer :13 6: so I need you 4:04 7: loser (and radio announcer) 5:33 8: duck and run 4:11 9: dangerous game 4:13 10: down poison 4:33 11: radio announcer :10 12: dead love 3:45 13: be like that 4:48 14: radio announcer :15 15: kryptonite > 4:37 16: by my side > 3:55 17: smack 4:09 18: radio outro :43 plus *** Bonus tracks!!! *** (we all like those, don't we?) 19: loser (Tonite show Oct. 27, 2000) 4:57 20: kryptonite (Billboard awards Dec. 5, 2000) 4:10 21: loser (Conan O'Brien show Dec. 19, 2000) 4:27 22: loser (Letterman show Jan. 29, 2001) 4:45 23: duck and run (Tonite show Feb. 22, 2001) 4:15 24: talk (Tonite show Feb. 22, 2001) 2:51 lineage: (tracks 1-18) FM broadcast > (tracks 19-24, TV broadcast) > Yamaha 500 reciever with digital tuner and wire antenna > nak. bx-125 cassette deck (dolby off) > maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette > played on nak. bx-300 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours. a this and that production. do not sell this recording. share freely losslessly and gaplessly. this time you don't have to pick which door you want. just one click, and you get all five quadruple platinum doors. Take that, Monty Hall, Wayne Grady and Jim Morrison. notes: this was going to include these "bonus tracks" because the radio show was just an hour, the band was bigger than Mt. Everest at this time and these are all TV appearances during their debut tour, and to fill up a CD, although since there are fewer and fewer folks listening to CD's any more, and all these performances have some unique quirks to them, I decided to leave all of these in here since they're good ones and all from master audio tapes of the TV broadcasts. I thought the band sounded a little nervous or trepid in the TV appearances, except in the billboard awards and the second Tonight show appearance, they sounded inspired and fired up. they sounded very comfortable and enthusiastic in the radio show. this band went from no name to grammy awards faster than the police or U2 or elvis costello or anyone in quite awhile in the world of rock. a year before this, nobody had heard of them, but by this time there was no escaping their "kryptonite" and "loser" on the radio. the Spin Doctors just had a pocket full of kryptonite. 3 doors down had a fortress of it, and in 2013, they're still a big act and quite active in the American rock touring circuit, having followed up this tour with several more albums and tours since then, including several more big hit songs.