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  1. Yeah, I enjoyed the opening band quite a bit. And Wilco was, of course, unbelievable. At Leat That's What You Said was the definite highlight for me. As a side note, and Jeff's banter with "Beardie" was pretty classic.
  2. I like it a lot! I don't think it's up to the same standard as Z and some of their others, but they're so different that it may not be fair to compare them at all. The bottom line is that I like seeing bands experiment. Even if you're not 100% thrilled with the result, it's better than seeing a band go stale and spit out the same album over, and over, and over. Not to mention the fact that Evil Urges (the song) is a lot of fun to see performed live...
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    I'm quite fond of KOL myself...their 3rd and 4th albums included. So many of their fans hate the newest album, and I just don't get it. Yeah, it's different, but that's a good thing as far as I'm concerned. What's so fun about a band putting the same album out over and over....and over? And it's slightly off-topic, but since MMJ was mentioned earlier...was anyone at the Nashville show this past summer? Pretty epic performance...War Begun with fireworks in the background was pretty unforgettable.
  4. Probably so, but it's going to take a long while. While not everyone is as concerned with picture quality as I am, it would take a pretty massive file to equal the kind of picture quality you can get from a blu-ray disc (and a DVD as well, for that matter). The streaming netflix movies are watchable, but don't look "good" by any means when stretched out on my 42" HDTV. I don't mind using it for rentals, but if I'm going to purchase a movie, then I want a pristine copy of the film. The streaming/digital movies will end up looking just as good one of these days, I'm sure, but it's got a long
  5. Loved Love and Theft, but felt like Modern Times was a recycled version of the same album. I don't dislike it, but it never really caught on with me. Can't wait to hear the new one, though... I saw him play the Ryman on his last tour, which Jack White came out for a guest spot...pretty amazing stuff.
  6. I have no clue, to be perfectly honest. Care to enlighten me?
  7. Beautiful...I wonder when we'll find out which show each song comes from...
  8. Absolutely... And if you don't get tickets on your first try, keep trying. We had to try for about 5 minutes today before we finally got our tickets.
  9. Blu-ray for me, please I was at the Ryman show and can't wait to relive the experience...well, parts of it at least. I know it's already been asked, and doubt there's an answer yet, but has there been any word on a track listing?
  10. Thanks for the info, guys (or gals). I'm pumped. Saw them at the Ryman for the first time last year...between the DVD release, and this show, April's shaping up to be a pretty good month.
  11. Two tickets, Row A!!! I assume that's front row, unless they seat people in the orchestra pit. I've never been to a show there before...the theatre looks amazing. Seating chart: http://www.seatingcharts.com/view_chart.as...mp;locid=110687
  12. I apologize...I'm sure this has been covered countless times, but I searched and found nothing. A friend and I were discussing this today, and I really had no clue. They said Wilco was a military abbreviation for "will comply", but had no idea if there was any relevance to the band name. Anyway, I guess the topic title speaks for itself. Any answers? Thanks!
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