Not a good review, it was short, uninformative and in no way a critical examination of what may not have been the best show of 3.0 but certainly had many high points such as the bathtub gin and scent of a mule that you failed to even acknowledge (maybe you missed them) as well as a second set moma dance that had the place going wild. I don't mind reviews from people who watch couch tour but if you're just going to write a hack ass lack luster review you clearly wrote in 5 minutes maybe it's time to give it up.Except they didn't play Bathtub Gin. But if you have a chance to give us a run down on how it sounded I'll read it. We all have our own journey, dude.
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