, comment by Pinhead_Larry
Pinhead_Larry Despite a relatively short jam on this one (ten minutes, after the "song" portion), this jam covers a lot of ground, and is one of the more impressive Carini's played in 3.0, particularly from 2012 onward. The jam starts on a sludgy note, and becomes increasingly shifted to a major mode. This one has some Hose in it, particularly near the final few minutes near the end before the -> to Ghost, and Page is responsible for most of this, though Trey's guitar trills certainly add to this.

Not a note feels out of place, and this one wins for my favorite Carini from 2014. Hopefully Fall terr will make me update that!

I should also give a shout-out to the Ghost that follows. It reaches a high similar to NYE '10, but with a very "1999 meets 2013" vibe to it. Listen to both. They complete each other.

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