phish.net recaps should be a fluff-free zone.This. The band, most notably Trey, has been really sloppy this tour. The SF “Waking Up Dead” was embarrassing, rivaling the Coventry “Glide” in trainwreckery. If you can’t hear that, and you lambast and downvote those of us who expect a reasonably well-rehearsed band for our $100 ticket, I’m not sure what to tell you. It doesn’t mean we’re “haters” or “jaded vets” or whatever, it means we know how great this band can be and expect them to practice. Flubs are one thing, trainwrecks are another.
if you can't check your attendance bias at the door, then maybe these recaps aren't for you.
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