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With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour

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In the Summer of 2006, Nine Inch Nails embarked upon its Summer Amphitheatre Tour (also called the Inconvenient Truth Tour), featuring supporting artists Saul Williams, Bauhaus, TV On the Radio, and Peaches. The tour is part of the Live: With Teeth tour. Each performance (except 5/26 in George, WA) had a unique poster for sale.

Contents

Line-Up

Dates

Date/City Venue
2006/05/26 George, WA Gorge Amphitheatre
2006/05/27 Ridgefield, WA Amphitheater at Clark County
2006/05/28 Nampa, ID Idaho Center
2006/05/30 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
2006/05/31 Albuquerque, NM Journal Pavilion
2006/06/02 San Antonio, TX Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
2006/06/03 Dallas, TX Smirnoff Music Centre
2006/06/04 Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
2006/06/06 Birmingham, AL Verizon Wireless Music Center
2006/06/07 Atlanta, GA Hi-Fi Buys Amphitheatre
2006/06/09 Raleigh, NC Alltel Pavilion
2006/06/10 Charlotte, NC, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
2006/06/11 Virginia Beach, VA Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
2006/06/13 Bristow, VA Nissan Pavilion
2006/06/14 Camden, NJ Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
2006/06/16 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank Arts Center
2006/06/17 Wantagh, NY Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater
2006/06/18 Saratoga, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center
2006/06/20 Hartford, CT New England Dodge Music Center
2006/06/21 Portland, ME Cumberland County Civic Center (RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY 28)
2006/06/23 Boston, MA Tweeter Center
2006/06/24 Toronto, ON Molson Amphitheater
2006/06/25 Detroit, MI DTE Energy Music Theatre
2006/06/27 Cleveland, OH Blossom Music Theater
2006/06/28 Columbus, OH Germain Amphitheater
2006/06/30 Pittsburgh, PA Post-Gazette Pavilion
2006/07/01 Chicago, IL First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
2006/07/02 Milwaukee, WI Marcus Amphitheater
2006/07/03 Indianapolis, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center
2006/07/07 Irvine, CA Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
2006/07/08 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre

Opening Acts

Dates Support in reverse order of appearance
2006/05/26 Saul Williams
2006/05/27-2006/06/14 Bauhaus, TV On the Radio
2006/06/16-2006/06/20 Bauhaus, Peaches
2006/06/21 Peaches
2006/06/23-2006/07/08 Bauhaus, Peaches
The so-called ‘waffle iron’ or ‘cheese grater’.[1]

Lighting

The lighting for the summer tour was a change from the winter and spring "teeth" panels. A grid of Versa RAY pixel lights arranged in a cage hung over the stage, occasionally moving down and up to display visuals, through which the band may be seen. Seven large, vertical, immobile rectangular panels were in the background akin to the three mobile ones from Fragility 2.0.

Setlist

Signature aspects of this tour, omitting the usual suspects:

  • "Somewhat Damaged:"With the house lights still on, Reznor would suddenly appear near the cage and begin the first verse right away. This caught fans unsuspected as the band had usually begun shows with a pre-recorded track such as "Pinion" to build up the hype.
Trent Reznor in front of the light panels during "Closer."
  • "Closer" with "The Only Time" breakdown: Reznor stood in front of the center panel whilst it glowed red, reminiscent of Fragility 2.0. This produced an illusionary silhouette effect, especially for the audience members far away from the stage; it looked like the lights were moving instead of the completely contrasted dark figure that was Trent.
  • "Help Me I Am In Hell:" Cage was down for "lava lamp"-esque visuals.
  • "Non-Entity:" The previous song hyped the crowd up for "Happiness In Slavery," but instead of havoc-wreaking machinery they heard this instead. The upside is the eerie "fading away" tentacle effect on the cage during the chorus.
  • "Only:" Pixel-y static visuals zooming in and out due to the contrast twixt cage and panels.
  • "La Mer:" Reznor begins by improvising on the keyboard a bit, and then lead into the beginning of "La Mer." North joins in, and right when the build up is supposed to occur, the band directly cuts to "Into The Void," a song with the same theme. The panels glow pink for "Into the Void."
  • "The Big Come Down:" Arguably the live perfrmance of this song is far more aggressive and energetic than the album version.
  • "Head Like A Hole" energetic song always used to end the show. As the song faded out, the cage was lowered, this time with the "NIN" logo appearing on it.

Set format

The following is a setlist breakdown for this leg of touring, a,b or c indicate that these songs are played instead of each other, or occasionally together.

1. "Somewhat Damaged" (31/31)
2. "You Know What You Are?" (31/31)
3. "Sin" (22/31)
4. "Terrible Lie" (31/31)
5. "March Of The Pigs" (31/31)
6-a. "Something I Can Never Have" (23/31)
6-b. "The Frail" and "The Wretched" (8/31)
7. "Closer" (31/31)
8. "Burn" (31/31)
9. "Gave Up" (31/31)
10. "Help Me I Am In Hell" (31/31)
11-a. "Non-Entity" (29/31)
11-b. "Even Deeper" (7/31)
12. "Only" (31/31)
13. "Wish" (31/31)
14. "La Mer" (31/31)
15. "Into The Void" (31/31)
16-a. "The Big Come Down" (27/31)
16-b. "Reptile" (4/31)
17-a. "Suck" (28/31)
17-b. "Dead Souls" (10/31)
18-a. "Get Down, Make Love" (15/31)
18-b. "Down In It" (21/31)
18-c. "Starfuckers, Inc." (2/31)
19. "Hurt" (29/31)
20. "The Hand That Feeds" (31/31)
21. "Head Like A Hole" (31/31)
Bonus Songs
"Final Solution" W/ Peter Murphy (6/31)

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