, comment by ARigidDesignator
ARigidDesignator This really should be a yellow version. It's tough for a Tweezer to make the cut considering 1) how often Tweezer is played and 2) the fact that nearly all Tweezers are significantly jammed-out, but the peak in this one definitely makes it a cut above. The jam builds naturally to an intense, melodic, cathartic peak, that recedes for a moment before returning even stronger. The peak waves in and out, before the jam dissolves into a slowed-down, disorienting coda.

An excellent Tweezer, and in many respects different from the 3.0 Tweezer paradigm.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 A genuine pleasurable surprise, combining gritty and almost discomfiting blues, some sharp chords from Trey matching up with a relaxed 70s-style backing from the rest of the group, and the second glorious monster peak in a row (after the Light) into a neat little package, while finding its way back into the Tweezer ending to boot. A superb bit of hose to close out 56 of the most exceptional minutes of music this band has ever graced us with.

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