, attached to 1986-04-25

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show is pretty straightforward and inline with most of the shows from this era. One big exception is that the YEM from this show is far stronger than any other before it. The song had grown a lot in just a few weeks and it's pretty fun to listen to on this recording.

The only other interesting aspect of this show is it's really the last widely circulated show with Jeff Holdsworth still in the band. So it is fun to romanticize him playing Possum and Camel Walk for the last time as an official member.

Besides that a pretty forgetful show. But check out the YEM if you want a great early glimpse into the song that would become the most iconic in the bands catalog.


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