, attached to 1993-02-22

Review by willet43

willet43 I actually kind of felt bad for the band at this show. The last time I saw them before this was in New Jersey for the H.O.R.D.E. Festival, and the mood was quite different. The Moon was essentially a bar with a short riser for a stage. The Moon was not full that night, and you could get a beer at the bar and walk within ten feet of of the stage. I think the guys could sense the vibe and the first set was super short. Not that they played poorly. The second set was probably a better time than one would have with just about any other band in at that time, but they clearly weren't in any big hurry to stick around. I think it is telling that they never played The Moon again.


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