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Scott This was a show full of single takes -- and the review does a excellent job analyzing each single take. Yet, the point of the writing seems to be less about the show and more about reviewing the state of the band through a "representative" show. I fail to see why this is representative and Nashville and Atlanta were not, as there were several cohesive sets and various creative highlights.

I'm generally wary of the thesis "3.0 = scattershot." This show certainly is, but the review takes that and connects it to a narrative about 3.0 ("they got there somewhere between the Tahoe Tweezer and Magnaball") that has dominated the front page reviews. That this one is written in a lively and engaging manner doesn't make it any less cliche.


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