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The Dead  - Wave That Flag Summer Tour 2004 Indianapolis, IN - July 25, 2004 flac album
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Wave That Flag Summer Tour 2004 Indianapolis, IN - July 25, 2004
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Format: 3 CD, Album. Country: US. Released: 18 Jun 2004.

I loved it last summer I really hope it isn't a cluster fuck of guitars. He's cool, loves the Dead. He was kinda having problems with depression last summer so that's why you didn't see him around. Bonnaroo 6-11,12,13 Portland, Or 7-2 Alpine Valley 7-24 Deer Creek 7-25. Post Extras: Krishna कृष्ण,LOL. Registered: 05/08/03 Posts: 23,285 Loc: oakland.

1-1 The Music Never Stopped.

During the Parade of Nations portion of the 2004 Summer Olympics opening ceremony, athletes from each country participating in the Olympics paraded in the arena, preceded by their flag. The flag was borne by a sportsperson from that country chosen either by the National Olympic Committee or by the athletes themselves to represent their country.

From The Dead's Wave That Flag Summer 2004 tour comes this great shirt dyed in multiple shades of blue. A Skeleton Uncle Sam is proudly waving his banner on the front, and the tour name is written on the back. Whether or not you attended the '04 tour, this shirt is a must-have. Get specific details about this product from customers who own it. Ask a question.

Aug 19, 2004 Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA. Bands. Date: August 19, 2004. Venue: Lakewood Amphitheatre. Location: Atlanta, GA. Setlists.

For other 2004 tours, see Summer Tour. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Tour by Paul McCartney. Paul McCartney concert chronology. Back in the World tour (2003). 04 Summer Tour (2004). The 'US' Tour (2005). The '04 Summer Tour was a European concert tour by Paul McCartney. The DVD Paul McCartney in Red Square features songs from the St. Petersburg concert and the DVD The McCartney Years features songs from the Glastonbury concert.

The Van Halen Tour 2004 was a North American concert tour by hard rock band Van Halen. It was the band's first tour since 1998, and saw the return of lead singer Sammy Hagar who left the band in 1996 on bad terms. In 2004, Van Halen reunited with Sammy Hagar, their second vocalist from 1985–1996. The original plan was to release a full-length album, titled The Best Of Both Worlds. It would've featured the instrumentals from the aborted second album with Gary Cherone, with Hagar on vocals. This plan was abandoned because Ed, in the condition he was in, could only complete three of the tracks. They decided to release a new compilation double album featuring those three new songs on it as their first move. This was followed by a reunion tour, featuring these new songs among others on the set list

Tracklist

1-1 Jam I 2:02
1-2 Golden Road (To Unliited Devotion) 4:18
1-3 Cold Rain And Snow 9:02
1-4 Bertha 8:01
1-5 You Remind Me 9:54
1-6 Liberty 6:49
1-7 Box Of Rain 6:08
1-8 Big River 6:27
1-9 Cumberland Blues 7:55
2-1 Desperado 6:43
2-2 Jack Straw 6:43
2-3 Night Of 1000 Stars 9:23
2-4 Deep Elem Blues 7:40
2-5 Only The Strange Remain 9:36
2-6 Space 7:43
2-7 Drums 11:13
3-1 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds 4:27
3-2 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad 9:10
3-3 Sugar Magnolia 9:24
3-4 Donor/Voter Rap 3:17
3-5 High Time 6:33
3-6 And We Bid You Goodnight 3:01

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