Frustrating and enjoyable show. I wish there were less shows like this in 3.0, but maybe that's for another day. Any Phish fan that didn't jump ship after 2009 will find a lot to like here, but it will be no more or less enjoyable than any show plucked at random from the modern era. On paper, Set II is the stuff of legends. In actuality, it is merely decent. The Tweezer>>No Quarter is the highlight, but the Tweezer feels like a missed opportunity, and the phrase "missed opportunity" doesn't even deserve to be in the same sentence as this horrid joke of a Ghost. Download the No Quarter simply because they killed it (and the crowd loved it!) but otherwise, this show doesn't offer much that is worthwhile to your seasoned 3.0 Phish fan.
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