, attached to 2011-07-03

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This is this phan's favorite day of Superball IX. From the Soul Shakedown opener, you had to know things were gonna be just exactly perfect. The Forbin's > Mockingbird narration is pretty trippy and phun. Wilson > Mound sees those two songs doing things they usually don't do, and Mound in particular has a coda that's pretty life-affirming. ASIHTOS has a droney, ambient jam that is--dare I say--reprised in Waves > WTU? You got your Time Loves a Hero, and Reba with the return of whistling and a segue into Bowie. Big Balls was a fun one-and-done, and No Quarter is epic. the Ghost > Jibboo > Light segment is great, and I've already mentioned the Waves. Why is this my favorite part of IX? It's just so phun to listen to.


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