Monday, October 15, 2007

Episode 23 - DC Beloved

Episode 23 of the Bad Religion Podcast, "DC Beloved" is now available. This is a recording of Bad Religion's show on Sunday, October 14th, 2007 at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. You can download that here.

For higher quality MP3s split into tracks, please visit here. And for you lossless snobs, FLAC tracks are here (fixed).

The setlist of the show was this:
Fuck Armageddon
Supersonic
Social Suicide
Requiem
Modern Man
Generator
New Dark Ages
Digital Boy
You
Conquer the World
52 Seconds
Heroes and Martyrs
Skyscraper
Dearly Beloved
Lookin' In
No Control
Recipe for Hate
Come Join Us
Suffer
The Defense
Anasthesia
Generator (Slow Version)
God Song
Sorrow
American Jesus
Gonna Die
Infected

I also got to sit down and talk with Jay and Brian for about 40 minutes. I'll have that on the next podcast episode in a few days.

11 Comments:

Anonymous SandyPilgrim said...

Wow... this is amazing! I have a few bootlegs (Bad Relgion, and others) but this is by far the best sound quality of them.

And it sounds like it was an amazing show, even the banter wasn't too bad! You're so lucky!

6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the first "Generator" listing should be "Atomic Garden." thanks for uploading the show!

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey man whats up? that show was so bad ass (i was the dude with the studded leather jacket...) hey i was wondering, could you emal me the 2 bonus tracks from the new maps of hell? fakman88@yahoo.com
thanks! ( i put the concert on my ipod) i can send you the "into the unknown" mp3 versions i have if you want... let me know!

8:26 PM  
Blogger Carter said...

Thanks for the setlist. Haven't been following the tour, but just based on YouTube and their tunefulness, I was surprised they didn't play Honest Goodbye or Los Angeles is burning.

Thought the show was too short, too. Bartender said 9:30 Club doesn't have to close until 1:45 a.m. Maybe they had to go someplace.

BTW, on the FLAC files, I get a "page does not exist" message.

thx

1:25 PM  
Blogger Carter said...

Ah, there they are. I found the FLAC files as a subdirectory of the individual songs. Got it. Thanks again.

1:33 PM  
Blogger Mike said...

As will be revealed in the interview I did with Jay and Brian, they didn't play Honest Goodbye because Brian at least doesn't like the song very much, and it's no longer on the radio so they aren't obligated to play it.

I think the set length is consistent with what they usually do. Graffin's voice can only do so much, so they don't want to push it when they still have several more shows to do.

3:35 PM  
Blogger Carter said...

Thanks, Mike. As for "Honest Goodbye," maybe The Briggs had used up all the "whooo woas" for the evening. (Thought both warm-up bands were awful, but in different ways.)

By the way, in the setlist, you've got No. 6 as being Generator. It's Atomic Garden.

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

40 Min. Interview. That sounds awesome, hopefully we will get what the recent comment was all about of only recording one more record ;).

peaCe

8:26 PM  
Blogger Matthew said...

I was at this show. It was crazy.

Managed to get a few short video clips before a staff member told me no video. I attribute that to the fact that I was doing a poor job of hiding my camera. XD

And how are you so lucky as to get interviews/meet with these guys?

11:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey FAKMAN88 I can e-mail you the 2 bonus track if you want. Would you send me whatever "Into The Unknown" mp3's you got? All I have is "Billy Gnosis" If you can, my e-mail is cnojeda618@sbcglobal.net

12:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was at this show... it was amazing. I've seen so many recordings of them that were great but this was the best show i've ever seen. Having truble downloading the concert but i'll get it soon. Something I thought would always remain a memory. My girlfriend took me to this show for my birthday. Best gift ever. i love this whole page man.

7:45 PM  

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