, comment by n00b100
n00b100 This one isn't exactly gonna challenge 7/2/97 in my heart or anything, but its very presence in 7/15/16 II, to me, speaks volumes about the sheer fun factor of that set, as I am convinced that Trey was just messing around by playing that riff like he did in the 7/20/14 Weekapaug - only instead of just letting it go by, the band decided to call his bluff and stop playing NMINML, and Trey decided to roll with it and go into Stash proper. Why else would a) we get a song that had been firmly established as a Set 1 staple in Set 2, and b) Trey kick into Ghost 0.01 seconds after Stash finished? Either way, a decent version from an absolutely joyful Set 2.

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