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Civic Progress, Bad Blood, along the Mississippi, 7/7/08 

St. Louis' Civic Progress and Bad Blood from Brooklyn, New York played along and above the high waters of the Mississippi River at a last-minute generator show July 7.
By Nick Lucchesi
A view of the Mississippi River. The lights were powered by gasoline generators that hummed along in the background.
By Nick Lucchesi
Civic Progress played a tight set of near-perfect set of hardcore punk that teemed with anger and urgency.
By Nick Lucchesi
A view from above of Bad Blood.
By Nick Lucchesi
The walk out.
By Nick Lucchesi
By Nick Lucchesi
A nasty slip would result in an abrasion.
By Nick Lucchesi
A view of the Mississippi River, albeit with no flash and a bit of a blur, shows the height of the waters.
By Nick Lucchesi
Rough-housing was at a minimum.
By Nick Lucchesi
Bad Blood.
By Nick Lucchesi
The soundboard.
By Nick Lucchesi
Civic Progress. The view is from a platform above the band.
By Nick Lucchesi
Those are fireworks.
By Nick Lucchesi
From behind the heads party-goers, who were sitting on the steel platform.
By Nick Lucchesi
The members of Bad Blood took a few minutes before their set of psychedelic shoegaze and punk to talk with the party-goers.
By Nick Lucchesi
Bad Blood.
By Nick Lucchesi
Civic Progress
By Nick Lucchesi
Before Civic Progress began to play, about 10 p.m.
By Nick Lucchesi
Civic Progress barreled through most of its set, including songs from a cassette demo and two seven-inch EP's.
By Nick Lucchesi
By Nick Lucchesi
Bad Blood.
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By Nick Lucchesi
A view of the Mississippi River. The lights were powered by gasoline generators that hummed along in the background.
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