@youenjoymyghost said:Was my 19th show but was in fact my 1st YEM as well...weird first YEM haha but I couldn't possibly complain about it. Trey played a little guitar solo too which is all I ever really want from YEM.Thoroughly enjoyed the read gentlemen. THAT WAS MY FIRST YEM (noob alert). Everything said about the energy that night is so accurate. The hair on my arms was standing up. There were moments I physically was unable to dance, I just stood mouth agape in complete shock.That makes two people I've seen on here for whom that was their first YEM. Honestly, if I had to choose between seeing that YEM or seeing, like, the Brick House YEM from 1995, I'd choose the 1995 one, but I'd at least have to think about it. That means something!
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