|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2001-10-21||Paramount Theatre||1||Mr. Oysterhead||Army's On Ecstacy||Oysterhead debut.|
|2001-10-23||The Orpheum Theatre||1||Pseudo Suicide||Rubberneck Lions|
|2001-10-24||Salem Armory||1||Polka Dot Rose||Army's On Ecstacy|
|2001-10-26||William Randolph Hearst Gree...||1||Army's On Ecstacy||Polka Dot Rose|
|2001-10-27||Hollywood Palladium||1||Rubberneck Lions||Pseudo Suicide|
|2001-10-31||The Fillmore Auditorium||1||Rubberneck Lions||Pseudo Suicide|
|2001-11-02||Aragon Ballroom||1||Rubberneck Lions||Army's On Ecstacy|
|2001-11-03||Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music||1||Owner of the World||Shadow of a Man|
|2001-11-04||Hill Auditorium, University ...||1||Pseudo Suicide||Rubberneck Lions|
|2001-11-06||State Theatre||1||Polka Dot Rose||Pseudo Suicide|
|2001-11-07||Massey Hall||1||Owner of the World||Army's On Ecstacy|
|2001-11-09||Utica Memorial Auditorium||1||Army's On Ecstacy||Pseudo Suicide|
|2001-11-10||Tsongas Arena||1||Rubberneck Lions||Oz is Ever Floating|
|2001-11-11||Tweeter Center at the Waterf...||1||Owner of the World||Army's On Ecstacy|
|2001-11-13||Roseland Ballroom||1||Rubberneck Lions||Pseudo Suicide|
|2001-11-16||D.A.R. Constitution Hall||1||Shadow of a Man||Pseudo Suicide|
|2006-06-16||Bonnaroo||1||Army's On Ecstacy >||-> Rubberneck Lions|
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