, attached to 2012-08-25

Review by dfro20

dfro20 This show was certainly not one of my favorites, but it definitely was not by any means a "bad show." I drive from South Florida to see Phish every chance I can so if I regard a show as a "bad show" then something seriously messed up happened. I brought two friends with me who had never seen Phish before and they had the best time I think I've ever seen them have. Do I wish their first show would have been July 4 2010? Definitely, but why tell them their first show wasn't as good as the others I've been to? I was very stoked when they whipped out Wolfman's Brother, and although some of the songs seemed out of place, they performed all of them well (Roses Are Free was another one I particularly enjoyed). I was kinda bummed they encored with another cover, because they had done so the night before at Oak Mountain. Also, I was not particularly fond of the location of the venue, but I hate on ATL a lot so that may be the reason. Other than those few complaints, great show, cant wait for Festival X.


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