@GOODTIMESBADTIMES said:I'm not going to call you names, but this show raged. It really did. Above-average first set (only Rift was sub-par) including an epic Roggae (that I've relistened to at least 4 times already), a sick 46Days and Bowie, and no less than 40 minutes of straight hose in the second set with a couple unusual song choices mixed, a nice ballad for a breather, and Trey and Mike had fun with Mike's Groove (sorry but those weren't flubs by Trey, they were intentional coming out of Light).The donk above saying this was the worst show he's ever seen clearly doesn't understand anything about this band or music.I'm not a donk, douche. I just have standards. It was a dud of a show. Wednesday they completely redeemed themselves.
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