, comment by newbornelph
newbornelph This is a GNARLY piece!!! I dream of a soundboard release via Live Bait or archive, if not the entire show.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I sort of blow hot and cold on the big multi-part Tweezers of '94 and '95, but I have never had anything less than total admiration for the Mud Island Tweezer, mainly because (if you can really say this about a jam longer than two Simpsons episodes put together) it's about as focused as any of the Frankenstein's Monster Tweezers ever got. Of course, that would mean nothing if the music within wasn't really good as well, and the music here is damn good. Small wonder that they abandoned the jump-into-the-beyond style of playing Tweezer not long afterwards - they had nowhere else to go and nothing else to prove.

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