Lyric changed to "Mike the chimpanzee."
 Lyrics changed to "Ninja Mike, Magoo."
 Concluded with screams of "Hail" (or possibly "Hell") and "Satan."
Fee's lyrics were changed to "Mike the chimpanzee" and David Bowie's lyrics were changed to "Ninja Mike, Magoo." The Price of Love was teased after Dog Log. Bowie contained a Dixie tease from Trey and Suzy contained a Low Rider tease. Highway to Hell concluded with screams of "Hail" (or possibly "Hell") and "Satan."
Mostly this seems like a pretty average show. I will give some props to the AC/DC Bag, which was pretty sweet. Bowie and YEM are decent, but average. I'd give some more credit to the Mike's Song that's on the recording, but I don't think its from this show...or, at least, whatever show the second set is from. The La Grange, Antelope, and Lizards encore are all also missing from the recording. The Reba is pretty poor, but we'll cut it some slack as I think it's something like the 4th ever version. I could probably go as low as two stars for this, but most of what I heard is pretty decent, so I'll go three.
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