LIFE OF AGONY: Reunion Set List Revealed
The classic LIFE OF AGONY lineup of Keith Caputo (vocals), Alan Robert (bass), Joey Z (guitar) and Sal Abruscato (drums) performed a blistering 17-song set at New York City's Irving Plaza last night that spanned the band's entire career while leaning heavily on the material from the group's 1993 debut, "River Runs Red".
Despite some technical problems that caused a 10-minute break halfway through the show, LIFE OF AGONY were reportedly in top form as they delivered the material in a convincing, effective fashion, sending the sold-out crowd into a frenzy as part of the first of their two back-to-back concerts at the venue.
The following was LIFE OF AGONY's complete set list from the Jan. 3 show (for the most part NOT in the order in which the songs were performed):
01. River Runs Red
02. This Time
03. Other Side Of The River
05. Bad Seed
06. Method of Groove
07. My Eyes
10. Lost At 22
11. I Regret
12. How It Would Be
15. My Mind Is Dangerous
16. Heroin Dreams
17. Through And Through
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