, attached to 2010-08-12

Review by RandomPhan

RandomPhan Haven't relistened but set 1 highlgihts = roggae built up nicely. CTB was good, nice work from Page. And wolfman's brother was short, but good. There was some flubbing throughout the first set but it was very chill/mellow for the first part and I enjoyed it.

Set 2 = the segue between jibboo and gin is nice. Both were performed well. MFMF was nice to see, like the placement. Trey sliding his guitar along his mic stand was cool. Buffalo bill was short and fun, as usual. Twist had a nice little jam, remember some nice licks coming from Trey. 3.0 Melts usually suck. They are better when you experience them live because the lights add to the chaotic-ness of the performance. But don't typically hold up on recording. This one seemed to get decently interesting, and then it just sort of faded out into Dog Faced Boy which was cool. Hood has been lackluster at best for a long time. Trey has been building them up nicely as of recently but there is absolutely NO PEAK. Oh well, kind of disappointing but the middle jam seems to be working its way back to it's roots.

Encore was a blast and a half. Everyone was going nuts for the megaphone when trey picked it up. Megaphone windmills were awesome at the end, all of a sudden NO2?! Kung?! Fire rocked. Nice little Mike solo, I think Mike wanted to keep going but got cut short by Trey (go figure).

But all around, a solid show. A lot of fun. Ended with a nice chaotic, totally non-standard encore. Loved it.


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