Setlist verified, bootleg recording exists with pretty good sound quality. (I think it might be from a web stream by the venue.)
It's not a personal fave, but the "Que Onda Guero" was terrific - the band puts some aggression in it, growling bass making it feel slightly sinister. It's those "Samuel Beckett 808 beats," Beck notes.
"Gamma Ray" is relatively rare for this year, just done a few times, but it makes a dramatic pair with "Wow," and Jason drops some cool guitar riffs, and Beck sings some lines in a deep Elvis-like voice near the end.
"Seventh Heaven" is even rarer than "Gamma Ray," played for just the fourth time ever (and at time of writing, last).
[people and bands
Bass: Dwayne Moore
Drums: Chris Coleman
Guitar (Acoustic): Beck Hansen, Cecilia Della Peruti, Jake Sinclair, Jason Falkner
Guitar (Electric): Beck Hansen, Cecilia Della Peruti, Jason Falkner
Harmonica: Beck Hansen
keyboards: Alex Lilly, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Keytar: Alex Lilly
Mandolin: Jake Sinclair
Opening Act: Bent Van Looy
Percussion: Alex Lilly, Cecilia Della Peruti, Jake Sinclair, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Synthesizer: Dwayne Moore, Jason Falkner, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
Tambourine: Alex Lilly, Jake Sinclair
Vocals: Beck Hansen
Vocals (Background): Alex Lilly, Cecilia Della Peruti, Dwayne Moore, Jake Sinclair, Jason Falkner, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.