Setlist: Bob Mould Band — Bohager's, Baltimore MD, 29 Sep 1998

Moving Trucks
Taking Everything
First Drag Of The Day
I Hate Alternative Rock
Fort Knox, King Solomon
Wanted Was
Art Crisis
Anymore Time Between
Eternally Fried
Roll Over And Die
Lonely Afternoon
Reflecting Pool
Deep Karma Canyon

See A Little Light

Bob Mould -- guitar, vocals
Michael Cerveris -- rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Jim Wilson -- bass, backing vocals
Matt Hammon -- drums

Thanks to Mark Weygandt, from whose website (now defunct) this information was retrieved, along with the informal show reviews and comments below, which were originally posted to the Sugar internet mailing list:


From: Novotny, Joe

Well, I really enjoyed the show, but it was not as good as the 2nd night
in NYC (I missed the 1st). I really wanted to hear Hanging Tree (which
was on the list, but he skipped it) and Brasilia, but there was not a
very big crowd and Bob was conserving his voice for a thing he was
recording at NPR this morning at 9am...thus, he plowed through the set
and played just BARELY over an hour. Perhaps the most surreal part of
the evening was when Rick and I ran into Bob at Sound Garden, a very
cool record store in Fell's Point. He basically told us that he hates
Ryko, can't wait to release records on his own terms (this will increase
his productivity output greatly), and he said he will definitely
continue to do the solo acoustic tours. It was so weird looking at CD's
with Bob, though....he confirmed that he likes the Red House Painters,
the Damned, and hates Marilyn Manson (duh!)

Archers of Loaf were okay, but not the best. After hearing people rave
about them, I think maybe the first night of the tour jitters left their
set a bit unpolished. They were still better than Varnaline, whose lead
singer flipped out and did a wailing guitar solo in front of these
teenage groupies who were waiting to see Archers. Anyway, that's my


From: Roger Gilbian

Highlights: the brutal, awe-inspiring trainwreck of a 
transition between Anymore Time Between and Skintrade
(try listening to those back-to-back);
the distortion solo that blended into a slow and 
trippy version of Eternally Fried; the vengeful 
moroseness of Roll Over and Die leading into the 
triple crown pop assault vehicle of Egoverride, 
Reflecting Pool, and Deep Karma Canyon to close the 
show; knowing that I wasn't wrong in thinking 
Disappointed is the best track on Black Sheets of Rain
- it's the only song off the album Bob played.

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