Flashback Friday: Live in San Jose 1995

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On today’s Flashback Friday, we’re looking back at one our favorite shows. Ever. No Doubt played a raucous set back on March 29, 1995 at the Cactus Club in San Jose, California that included early Tragic Kingdom hits, old school favorites and an awesome cover of Pat Benetar’s “Heartbreaker”. Thanks to bAbeFroman for the complete upload of the show. Below is the setlist and we hope you love it as much as we do!

03/29/95 — San Jose, California — Cactus Club
Just a Girl / Sunday Morning / Sinking / Stricken / Open the Gate / Total Hate / Get on the Ball / Sixteen / Doormat / You Can Do It / Trapped in a Box / Heartbreaker / Move On / Brand New Day

3 Replies to “Flashback Friday: Live in San Jose 1995”

  1. Now that is a great setlist! Although, I would take out You Can Do It and put in Let’s Get Back 😀 I know Gwen likes doing the hits, but I wish they would mix up the setlists. Who cares if the non-diehard fans don’t know the songs!

  2. Holy shit! I would not know what to do with a setlist like that. I think it would be the best day of my life. The odds of anything close to this happening is not very good though….I think a 3 or 4 week club tour doing sets like this would breath new life into this band. The life Gwens been missing since going solo, that punk energy, that punk attitude, where’d it go? I mean its still there thinking back to the 2009 shows, but now it seems uhhhh more forced and not so genuine. Man a ND club tour, HA! Out of every dream I’ve ever had, this seems like a dream that will never happen. I’d settle for a greatest hits filled tour, at the biggest venue, in the nosebleed section, but I guess there’s no chance of that happening, I’m still waiting for this to be a mistake and they post dates tomorrow. HA!

  3. I agree…there’s something missing when Gwen performs now. I think a new crop of songs would be so helpful! It would break from her routine and comfort zone. I think we all can predict at this point what she’s going to say or do with each song…from the swear words, to the crowd amping to the ad libs. I think a new arrangement of older hits might even be helpful. Didn’t they do that with Excuse Me Mr last tour?

    And before people throw stones at me, I’m not saying she’s a bad performer BY ANY MEANS. She’s still awesome.

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