Great show with serious energy through out. Even if it started with a normal Wedge and STFTFP it still opened with a Wedge. Incredible treat. Axilla through Monica was an absolute rage fest, Wolfman's is a MUST hear and so is Monica if you want to hear how they retooled it to be electric. -7 was nice enough to bring us back down for a funky Tube and a great Julius.
I really dig the Sand Piper (seriously, listen to that seg) and I want a lot more of them in the future. BOTT was also awesome as usual and a great lead into Tweezer. I'm not a fan of BDTNL any more, They all just sound the same to me so I was a little bummed that Tweezer ended early to feed into that but whatever, it's still good. Steam was the best they have ever played that song and if you listen to it I'm sure you'll agree and it fed nicely into Silent. Waiting All Night was another great Wingsuit song that I was really happy to hear and gave a few more calming moments before I got run over by an Antelope. The Suzy encore was top notch (check out Page's solo while Trey and Mike danced/fought each other with their guitars). I consider Tweeprise to be the hardest 3 minutes of rock a human can experience, and this one does not disappoint.
Not a bad night at all but it was a lot better if you were there. Good news is the only place they have to go is up. Here's to the next three nights. Oh and we got a Simpsons secret single. D'oh!
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