, attached to 2013-07-26

Review by HighClassWook

HighClassWook Missed the first set and the C/P. They're apparently really worth catching (most say they're the highlights of the show, but they'd have to be damn good for that). Twist got nice pretty fast, with the Tequilla tease. Steam was steamphunk(y?), and the steam then fused into waves. 20 Years Later hopped in, and did a great job. Mango was alright, probably the low point of the show (still quite well done though). Bug was pretty sweet, then Bowie took us home (and had a really cool tease of Bug). Rocky Top comes quick, and then during Character Zero, Trey had CK5 kill the lights to look at the moon (which, annoyingly, they didn't bother pointing a camera at. Anyhoo, they all started howling. Then, at the end, Trey took his guitar off, and started rubbing things against the fretboard - his mic, the leg of Page's piano, the chasis on his amp/rack, etc. It was pretty cool.

And then there was Hood. What can I say? It was great. Fire was on fire.

I'm annoyed this was such a great show, because now my next show (Dick's 1) has to REALLY bring it to beat this, damn it.


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