Notes: There's a lo-fi video recording of about an hour of this show on Youtube. The first few minutes, the camera guy is actually backstage and interviewing The Dirty Three. While he does that, you can hear "Devils Haircut" start up in the background. Then there's a cut and he's back out in the audience, filming Beck's set. We get four songs and after "Sissyneck" there is possibly another cut. So this is certainly not the entire setlist, but it is what is on the recording. (I believe a few songs are missing at the start after "Devils" and then the encore isn't here.)
Beck announces that Color Me Badd is a big inspiration and the next song is "I Wanna Sex You Up" and they break into "Thunder Peel."
Honestly, this is one of the most punk rock Odelay tour shows I've seen or heard. They seem to be letting off some steam. Maybe it's the smallish venue, but there's a touch of Beck's punk roots coming out here. Like, he goes HARD in on "The New Pollution."
The acoustic set is particularly good, with a talkative Beck, "Asshole," "Girl Dreams," a great "One Foot," and a very short version of the rare "Two-Bit Cares."