|1992-04-16||Possum||Isla Vista, CA||10:32||> in from "Buried Alive." Smoking hot jam plus signals that were customary in this period.|
|1992-04-16||It's Ice||Isla Vista, CA||8:53||Following "Buried Alive" and a smoking "Possum" opening this show, this excellent version keeps the joint rocking.|
|1992-04-16||Antelope||Isla Vista, CA||12:23||Dissonant, intense and tension-filled jam with a scorching hot peak.|
|1992-04-16||Llama||Isla Vista, CA||5:33||Extra jamming from Page and Trey. Recording has the bass cranked up, so check out the Mike action - sweet!|
|1992-04-16||Mike's||Isla Vista, CA||8:17||More great Mike early in the 1st jam. When Trey jumps in, he begins with rocking/dissonant play, which was typical in this period. Then his play gets more melodic, before jacking up the tension and dissonance again. The 2nd jam is short but pretty cool and rocking. Go Mike!|
|1992-04-16||Weekapaug||Isla Vista, CA||8:00||Unusually restrained, sublime and enchanting playing by Trey. Mike is louder in the mix, and this interesting combination makes for a spellbinding version.|
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