, attached to 2014-07-12

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Just one reason that this show remains notable is a triple ending to Back on the Train. Trey says that to prove it was intentional, they'll do it again, and they do, twice. Personally, I like to hear Devotion to a Dream in its slot in the first set, but otherwise, especially with A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing taking a pedestrian turn, there's not that much to recommend it. Punch You in the Eye in the second set pushes 10 minutes, and is followed by Carini > Ghost, where Ghost takes a Trey-delay-led turn that metamorphoses into a typical 3.0 quasi-peak, but the rest of the set is not that spectacular, particularly regarding the Harry Hood that is introduced by a hi-hat roll rather than the hallowed tom roll. We do get a triple encore, which is great, but if pressed, I'd qualify this show as the least essential of the 2014 Randall's Run.


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