I don't think they played a lot of NLDW. They primarily played Ex, TMS and NOTM. The stuff from TMS was the best I think which is weird because that's my least favorite album of theirs but when they played I Got The Fever and I've Seen Footage it was fucking lit. Also Takyon was really great and I think that was the song they ended on too, but I can't remember for some reason, which is weird...
They played Guillotine of course since it's basically their memeiest song, and they played Say Hey Kid which according to the promo video it was their first time ever playing that, they played My Whole Fucking Life from Steroids, and one of the best ones imo was Inanimate Sensation...
But I'm really bummed out that they didn't play any of my top 3--my top 3 DG songs are Hacker, Spikes and Why A Bitch Gotta Lie. I think they only played like two songs from BP (Bubbles Buried In This Jungle and Giving Bad People Good Ideas, the beginning of that one was pretty crazy). They only played one song from GP and Inanimate Sensation was the ONLY song from JD they played.
Ride put on a seriously incredible performance--there wasn't even a backing vocal track, like I know that sometimes at rap concerts they put a backing vocal track in case the rapper fucks up or runs out of breath it won't ruin the song, but like, Ride rapped/shouted every line perfectly and did it with so much intensity and emphasis on certain parts, it blew away my expectations.
At the part where he yelled "YUH" during Guillotine it was like a mini bomb went off each time.
The crowd was not very rowdy--the venue was a LOT smaller than I thought it would be, and me and my brother stood off to the side by the walkway so we didn't have a lot of people surrounding us and we had a quick exit when it was over. We still had a great view, though. However, it did look fairly hectic down up close to the stage, people had their hands up swaying against each other, I saw two or three people crowd-surf, and some things got thrown up in the air (no idea what). I smelled weed at one point but not enough to even get a contact high. The people right next to us were super chill.
As expected, their were a ton of awkward looking white teens, and also a lot of metalhead/goth-type people who were probably there for Ministry.