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Everclear - "So Much for the Afterglow" (Live)
    In honor of the beginning of the Matchbox Twenty tour, we figured it'd be appropriate to remind everyone how intense an Everclear concert can be.

    Here's a raging live version of the set opener for most of the tour in support of So Much for the Afterglow from 1997 to 1999.

    This version of "So Much for the Afterglow" was recorded at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on June 4th, 1998.

    Everclear - "So Much for the Afterglow" (Live) [4,842 KB]

Everclear - "One Hit Wonder" (Letterman)
    Art makes the best of a sore throat on this live performance of "One Hit Wonder", recorded for The Late Show with David Letterman on March 4th, 1999. (The performance aired the next night, as the Late Show tapes their Friday shows on Thursdays.)

    At the beginning of the clip, you'll hear Art say "melancholia". That was Letterman's "Word of the Day" - a gag borrowed for the evening from the old Groucho Marx game show You Bet Your Life.

    On the game show, the first contestant saying the Word of the Day during the course of the show would win a prize. (The Letterman gag, of course, was that no one would ever spontaneously say "melancholia".)

    For saying the word, Everclear was "awarded" $1500 in toy money.

    Everclear - "One Hit Wonder" (Letterman) [4,679 KB]

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