Capitol Hill Block Party 2006


I went to the annual Capitol Hill Block Party this weekend and it was a lot of fun.  I arrived later Fri evening in time to catch the end of the Band of Horses and then to get a good view of Pretty Girls Make Graves (see pics).  Both bands, for those who are familiar with them, were great as usual.  On Sat I was able to see the last half of the Smoosh set (cool), Minus the Bear (awesome), some of the Black Angels (OK) set, Common Market (very good if you appreciate hip hop), and finally the Murder City Devils (back from a long absence).  The evening shows had the most attendance and most energy since the most popular bands were obviously held for the end.  The crowd was going wild for the Murder City Devils, who were much revered by Seattleites and who did not disappoint.  Their music is normally pretty wild and the crowd followed suit.  It got a little crazy up in the front and I made sure to stand on the sidelines so I could be part of the excitement without worrying about being carried away by it like some fans were. 
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