, attached to 1996-11-09

Review by EducateFright

EducateFright My first show! The quality of this aud is fairly bad, probably due in part to the poor acoustics of The Palace. On the other hand, the audience comes through loud and clear, which does make this an entertaining listen.
The opening sequence (Buried Alive, Poor Heart, The Sloth) whips the crowd into a frenzy! It's nice to hear Talk, with Trey on the acoustic guitar. YEM has an extended, rather unusual bass-led jam. The segue between Steep and Harry Hood consists of a startling, blood-curdling scream!
Still, nothing in this show is terribly memorable. Most (all?) the shows I've seen since are more remarkable.


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