, attached to 2009-11-20

Review by knoxbrando

knoxbrando "We like the explosions that leave your feeling good!!-Devo" I sputtered that out while drudging from the bank to The Millennium, and have since realized it truly fits the bill. First night Cinnci' was an awesome way to kick-off a bad ass throw down with "WHAT IT IS OR WHAT IT WAS THAT BROUGHT YOU THERE" the band, the music, the friends, the party, whatevs... Cincinnati po-po in full effect making sure all the phans had a G0oD T1mE in their city, no stress, no mess-good time.
ThE rOcKInG MiLLeNIuM - 10/10 f**K yEaH-Thanks Hotel People for being SOOOO chill,-I didnt even have a room!!
Set 1: Solid- chalkdust good not great, and moma and divided lit the fuse for an un-expected ALASKA to blow me away. Not like I have 100 Alaska's to compare to but it rocked. To me, Fast enough was as great but lacking terms like "Ever" or Amazing". It felt like the pleasantly blissful calm before the storm, because the elastic, jiboo-fluff was a home run, not a grand slam but a dinger just the same.

Set 2: Punch, spotty but good. Tweezer put me instantly back in "happy place. Light, lit me up for a jamming bucket into Possum. Now Slave was weird for me. Specifically where my best bro were sitting and where I was sitting. I heard audio/sound issue on Gordo and something just didn't work for me but after consulting with about 10 different pairs of ears in my crew, some thought it rocked and some agreed with me, not so good - really think the dropped a whole side of speakers???/or something... YEM, was well YEM- I feel guilty for that comment but it is what it is.

Encore: Joy was strong, I am keeping such an open mind and giving the boys all my attention on the new stuff and it all starting to grow on me. Goligi was strong and had confident sound in it which the led to the uplifting, revival wonderment that reprize gives me when I am walking out, even though its usually for the night.
Overall Maybe a 7.5 that a cool teacher would grade a B- to make your parents in grade school happy!!!!


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