Antelope contained a Smells Like Teen Spirit tease. The YEM vocal jam contained Blister in the Sun vocals.  The lyrics in Cracklin' Rosie were changed to "Bah, bah, bah, bah, Brad," referencing Brad Sands.
Jam Chart Versions
Teases
Smells Like Teen Spirit tease in Run Like an Antelope, Blister in the Sun quote in You Enjoy Myself
Debut Years (Average: 1989)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "1992 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-04-12

Review by AZJefe

AZJefe Great sbd of this first set.
The Reba and Antelope register on Jamcharts...
The Antelope is pretty raw and gnarly. Excellent, sick. Exactly how a Lope should be IMO.
The Divided Sky is outstanding, with classic machine gun ending.

I was at this show, a small ballroom with parquet floors.
The show was incredible, the energy from the band absolutely cracklin’, and the crowd frenzied enough to make that wooden floor bounce.

The previous reviewer doesn’t shed a positive light on this show, and perhaps I suffer from attendance bias, but this show is certainly worth a listen- especially with such a crisp soundboard available.
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Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc Set 1 only
Typically exuberant Suzy to open. Everything is pretty standard. Divided Sky is not uninteresting. Silent is kind of off. The recording doesn't help this run of songs: on Ice and Sparkle It sounds like Fishman is just playing cymbals and nothing else. The energy really picks back up during Maze. I Didn't Know is pretty fun, Trey introduces the new stuff. Everyone sounds like they are having a lot of fun through the opening of Reba.

The Reba jam is very, very fun. I dig it. I feel like if you just take this exact Reba and move it up after Divided Sky you have a totally different and much improved listening experience. Antelope is really fun, Smells Like Teen Spirit tease made me grin. The rest of Antelope is really cool and sees the band really feeling out past the edges of the song. Set 1 and the recording close on a very high note.

This one's a bit lukewarm for me, highly probably because the second set is missing. I'm just not getting a lot of energy from the whole middle of this recording. Reba and Antelope are well worth hearing though. Hopefully that second set emerges one day.
, attached to 1992-04-12

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Well, another first set only bootleg here. Piano tuning right before they start. "And there you have it, four new songs in a row." Pretty good set, although a little sloppy in the new material and Reba and Antelope. Trey introduces the new songs during IDK. Silent is his favorite?

I hope the second set was better.
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