, attached to 1994-10-29

Review by Real_out_casty

Real_out_casty This was a tough ticket. 1st one of the tour. We expected Halloween to be madness (& it was), but thought this was gonna be fairly easy w/ most ppl headed up to Glen Falls, which was a jaunt upward still. Anyway, upon arrival, we soon learned the show was sold out plus thousands w/o tix. Once the show started, the local po po swept the lot forcing those w/o tix to leave. That prompted up to head up to the rear entrance where we became friends with the guard. We could also hear the music pretty well. After over an hour of groveling & bribes, we broke him. He said "go in & STAY TO THE LEFT", so naturally I'm thinking, "hmm? What's on the right?". Turns out we were walking under the stage & the hall on the right led to the band's dressing rooms where we were spotted by ppl who knew we weren't supposed to be there. So we sprint back to the left hall & through a door. We were then standing front row stage right! Looking a Fish's back! Got in during DwD & though we missed that great 1st set, the 2nd fucked faces. This show in so many ways was abnormal, but mostly I remember the sound was unlike anything I'd heard before. Very crisp, clean w/ Mike turnt way up. I remember feeling the bass in my chest, thumping & rolling through every space. It was awesome. I thought Sparks was a hint, Bike was a riot, Lope>Monkey>Lope was an all timer & Harry for encore doesnt get any better. Even though I only saw 2nd set, I marked it attended in my stats. Is that wrong? There have been a handful of shows that I got in through alternate methods & missed parts. Should they count as attended in stats?


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