, attached to 2012-09-01

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads I'll focus on the recommended jams sequence: Golden Age > Prince Caspian > Light. Golden Age is not that far out of the box, but is compelling listening, nonetheless, especially since the cover was somewhat fresh at this point. Caspian, however, is kind of a premonition--or little sibling--to the Magnaball Caspian: one of the only Type-II versions in Phishtory. Light is wide-ranging and phenomenal, progressing very logically through a series of motifs and styles. That it ends in a colossal peak is noteworthy for sure. There are other things to applaud about this show, including the Tweezer -> Fluffhead and the Mike's Groove with No Quarter as the filling. This was truly a special run, and probably my favorite Dick's run yet.


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