It was a surprise five-song-set throwdown at Boise State University...

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yolo archiveSeptember 14, 1999 was the date, and this was a total sleeper show. Nobody expected the band to lay down such a thick and musically rich second set, comprised of only five songs. Zappa's Peaches En Regalia opened, followed by one of the longest AC/DC bags to date. AC/DC slides into Gumbo, followed by Down With Disease into Frankenstein. The first set (which opens the show) was also spectacularly fun and easy to listen to, perfect for a new phan just warming up her listening skills... Enjoy!

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