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After building anticipation to great heights with an aborted '05 tour and a subsequent hiatus, Garbage finally made its way back to the Show Me State. Touting an excellent new album and a sold-out show, the band eclipsed expectations as the first song's chords rang out.

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Garbage frontwoman, Shirley Manson took the Pageant stage with poise and confidence earned by decades of performance.

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Sun shines fierce on Kansas City's Country Club Plaza. The business district bustles with affluent types and prom-goers.

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Bad Religion, once upon a time the United States' more refined and intelligent answer to the Sex Pistols, took to Pop's stage to induce yet another generation to thrash the night away.

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Both levels of Plush stood packed to the gills with fans waiting to see the blissed-out power of two Canadian male/female electronic duos: the Purity Ring and Blue Hawaii.

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"Are you all doing all right?" Hey Marseilles' Matt Bishop asked his audience about halfway through his band's set at Off Broadway. "Let us know if you need anything."

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As night descends on Kansas City and Middle of the Map Fest, St. Louis' Dots Not Feathers and their assorted company of boyfriends and friends wait outside the Riot Room for load-in. It is 6:30 p.m. before the crew hauls its gear on and around the stage.

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Since forming in 2005, Monophonics have been known as one of San Francisco's foremost funk and retro-soul groups and Big Brother Thunder and the MasterBlasters have been putting some shake and bump into their home St. Louis audiences for a while now.

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Of Mice and Men's ectomorphic lead singer, Austin Carlile, strode on stage and perched atop one of three platforms a group of roadies had set up moments earlier. He smiled a toothy smile as the rest of the band slinked on stage.

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After a seven-hour sojourn with stops at Williamsburg's Crane's Country Store, the inimitable Ozarkland and Columbia, Mo. for alcoholic slushies from Tropical Liqueurs, the crew of Stephen Baier and Nick Blackburn of Dots Not Feather, Joel Burton of Bear Hive and myself find our hotel room in the Hilton Garden Inn.

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