The song list is as follows. I got 'em all, but I'm not sure about the song Kasim sang lead on.
Truth Buffalo Grass Mammon Fascist Christ I Hate My Friggin' ISP Unloved Children While My Guitar Gently Weeps Temporary Sanity God Said Liar Beloved Infidel (Todd solo on electric) Lunatic Fringe (Todd solo on electric) Best Way? (Kasim sang lead while Todd changed off-stage) Soul Brother Sweet Past Hit Me Like a Train Born To Synthesize Feel It Want Of A Nail Hello, It's Me Just One VictoryIt was a good mix, and some of the songs took advantage of Todd's hoarseness, especially Liar. That song is pretty hard-core done live. The ears were a'ringin' after that! One highlight that took me by surprise was the full band version of Born To Synthesize. It turned into a 10-15 minute long song with various solos and a little Jetson's them song thrown in for good luck (by the way, Kasim was pointed out as Judy!). Then, after a self-proclaimed episode of narcolepsy (Todd playing asleep at the mic and Kasim waking him up), they finished off the song.
Then they finished off the show with three one-song encores. All were done with high energy and well received. And it was nice to hear the old perennial show-closer Just One Victory finish off the evening.
If you're a Todd fan, which you are if you're on this website and reading this, it's a no-brainer. Go see the show. Try to get familiar with the songs from Liar first if you can. They are like many of Todd's songs - not always quickly palatable, but after a few listens, they grow on you and you feel yet again the power of Todd's songwriting. I was really pleased with Todd's effort and performance. I hope he keeps it up for years to come.