Voodoo Glow Skulls, Toasters Hit Home Runs at the Firebird 10/23/13: Recap, Setlists
Change-up: The crowd got a treat in "Talk Is Cheap," when saxophonist Neil Johnson and trombonist Logan LaBarbera provided the song's foundation and Hingley wrapped himself in a guitar solo. Though the band comes through St. Louis quite often, Hingley claimed that they hadn't played the song here in about eighteen years.
First pitch: Local group the Mustache Heroes kicked off the night, while California punks Left Alone performed second. Because we pregamed elsewhere to watch the Cardinals suck, we missed both bands but were told multiple times that Left Alone knocked everyone on their asses and were "the new Rancid." Even Hingley claimed, "They're the best band you're going to hear over the next few years."
THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS
Home run: One: Holiday
Errors: Three: Kozma and Freese
Sadness: Off the charts
Voodoo Glow Skulls
Shoot the Moon
Jocks from Hell
Give Me Someone I Can Trust
Thrift Shop Junkie
El Coo Cooi
Method to This Madness
Land of Misfit Toys
I Wanna Be Like You
Dog Eat Dog
I'm Running Right Through the World
East Side Beat
Thrill Me Up
House of Soul
Talk is Cheap
Weekend in L.A.
Decision at Midnight
Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down
We're missing a song or two from the setlists. Know 'em? Let us know in the comments!
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