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You are incorrect, "Bleeding Heart Show" was definitely the last song in the main set, I was consulting my own (accurate) records.

Hey there! I see that you were at this Blur show in 1997! This setlist is empty, and I was wondering if you happened to remember any of the songs that the band played at this show? If so, please get back to me so I can fill the setlist out. Thank you! :)

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/blur/1997/orpheum-theatre-boston-ma-3bd764ac.html

That's why the @Song tag is the most appropriate, but doesn't work for groups yet. The same thing goes for the Treepeople or Halo Bender tracks that were written by Doug, or the tracks that were initially recorded on Doug's solo album -- they all get tagged with the original recording bad. I'm going to reinstate those changes. If you disagree, I'd suggest raising the topic in the forum.

"Though it is on the Built to Spill Caustic Resin split EP, "When Not Being Stupid..." and "One Thing" are credited to Built to Spill and is a Built to Spill song."

No, they're not. The entire album was performed by the same four people - Doug, Brett, James, and Tom - calling themselves "Built to Spill Caustic Resin" -- it was a collaboration, not a split EP. If you're looking at the inside cover, those are writing credits, not performing credits -- you can tell by the credits for track 4. I tried to list those using the @Song attribute, but it automatically changes to @Cover.

See:
http://www.discogs.com/release/3017711
http://web.archive.org/web/20110928171313/http://www.uprecords.com/discography/018/

Thanks for your reply.
I collect the tickets of Phil Collins's concert. I have no ticket in New York in 1994.
That is why I contacted you.
If you want you can me sent a scan to this address.
bcr71@laposte.net
Cheers,
Bir

Hello,
I am curious to see the ticket of Phil Collins concert in New York on 1994.
Have you keep you ticket?
Cheers,
Bir

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