Piper

, comment by PeteM
PeteM @n00b100 said:
even the Tweezer Reprise jam, which the chart author obviously considers the highlight, goes on for almost *six minutes*, and you will feel those six minutes at a certain point. But the good stuff here is damned good, including the Fukuoka-esque ambling segue into Jibboo, and is enough to make a case for 2.0 all by its lonesome.
They could've done that Tweeprize build for ten more minutes if they wanted, the crowd was going BESERK. I was in the balcony and thought the place was going to come crumbling down. If you like "the jams" this 2 night SPAC run was definitely the highlight of '04, maybe even all of 2.0
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 Piper was the real Big Bad of 2.0, and this is probably the most famous version (heck, maybe the most famous jam of that entire 2-year stretch). It's been said before, but it's funny how little people seem to think about 2.0 when they screech about 3.0 not bringing the jams, because 2.0 is in many ways almost all about the jams, with this monolith a resounding Exhibit A. Now, a half hour is a lot of damn jamming, and some of it can get a little repetitive - even the Tweezer Reprise jam, which the chart author obviously considers the highlight, goes on for almost *six minutes*, and you will feel those six minutes at a certain point. But the good stuff here is damned good, including the Fukuoka-esque ambling segue into Jibboo, and is enough to make a case for 2.0 all by its lonesome.
 
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