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Dead to Rights

Fresh off a five-week European tour, and now on a U.S. trek that brings them to Emo's April 30, Austin's ... And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead pulled into Waterloo Records Monday for a 30-minute semiacoustic set. Trading their chaotic ferocity for melodic introspection, particularly on Worlds Apart's "The Best" and "Lost City of Refuge," they closed with a lighter-worthy cover of the Band's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down." "We've been watching The Last Waltz a lot," explained frontman Conrad Keely, but others in the band had their own preferences. "I wanted to do 'Up on Cripple Creek,'" bassist Danny Wood said afterward.

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