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Firefall performed before about 1,200 people in Moody
Coliseum Feb. 4. The group was met with some enthusiasm
which waned as the concert progressed. Many people
walked out before the 45-minute concert was over, and one
student even fell asleep before he had a chance to leave.
The concert was dominated by songs from Firefall's new
album "Break of Dawn," but the audience most enjoyed old
songs including "Cinderella," 'just Remember I Love You"
and "Strange Way to Tell Me You Love Me."
Firefall had early success in the late '70s with gold and
platinum albums, but since the group's reorganization in
1982 the group has only met with mild success with its
album "Luna Sea."
The SA lost about 34,600 on the concert, said Glenn Ad-
dison, SA treasurer.
The progressive country band Side of the Road Gang,
which was a popular group in the late '70s warmed up for
Firefall. - Andrea Cunnedy
Firelall performs before
about 1,200 people in Moody
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