Light Fuse, Get Away: Vol. 2, Disc One
20 years later – A Modern Mix, Vol. 2
This week we present Volume Two of our tribute to the 20th anniversary of Panic’s first – and greatest – live album, “Light Fuse, Get Away.” Last week, we created a first set; this week, we go with a second set that could have been played during spring/summer of 1997. Same rules apply: all SBDs and no repeats. Sure, it might be a little far afield, to have two instrumentals pre-drums. Yeah, it might be a bit absurd to have a set open with “Bowlegged Woman” and close with “Dear Mr. Fantasy.” Then, to follow it up with a “Low Spark” in the encore, well, there just might be a big old pile of melted faces laying on the dance floor. Last week, we restrained our inner fanboys; this week, not so much. Enjoy!
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- Bowlegged Woman
- (I Walk On) Guilded Splinters
- Dear Mr. Fantasy
- Encore: End of the Show
- Encore: Low Spark
Links below go to whole show streams from Panicstream.
07 May 1997 – Louisville, KY – Palace Theater
Source: Matrix SBD + AKG 483 > Oade > SBM1 > D8 (66% SBD / 33% AKG 483) by Harvey Couch
29 March 1997 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theater
Galleon > Arleen
18 April 1997 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
Airplane > (I Walk On) Guilded Splinters
08 July 1997 – N. Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
Drums > Vacation, Dear Mr. Fantasy
Source: Matrix (60% Sennheiser 441/Nakamichi CM300, 40% DSBD) by Harvey Couch
27 April 1997 – Burlington, VT – Memorial Auditorium
End of the Show > Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys