, attached to 2010-06-18

Review by ThinMan

ThinMan Starts off just Ok for me...Fee was nothing special and I am not a fan of Rift or Foam. Wolfman's is always good but the same. I actually really liked Summer of '89 - reminded me alot of Lazy River Road or Peggy O. The real meat of the set is the Possum > Moma > Julius - all three rocked hard and it was really nice three-peat to give the venue a serious energy injection.

The whole 2nd set was fatantastic. Halley's was its ripping short self and the Light was just fantastic and I really like the placement of Billy Breathes. But what really pushed this set to the next level was a way better than normal Theme and Hood. Haven't heard them take Theme that far out in awhile.

And I would be remissed not to mention that the Faulty Plan to close was crushing - what a great call from Phish, and Sleeping Monkey > Tweeprise was as classic as they come. Fun, raunchy, east-coast show


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