Great review. I heard much the same way.I should add that while I liked the review, I completely disagreed with your last paragraph. I liked this show a lot. I didn't think it was below average.
No show is perfect. Rift was rough and Bowie had a serious knucklescreech at the finale, but good grief, this show friggin raged.
I was amazed, this deep into the tour, how many fresh interpretations of songs we are being treated to...songs that have already been reinvented once already on tour!
Clearly an above average tour. This show picked up right where Alpharetta left off.
46 Days and Disease were clear highlights for me as well as a beautiful Roggae.
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