, attached to 1994-06-11

Review by harryhood92

harryhood92 Great energy right form the start with a nice Wilson>Chalk Dust opener. The energy just gets better from there as they play a great YEM. The rift is nothing special just sort of a breather while not losing all the energy of the show. DWD isn't anything to brag about but still a fun song. Everyone sounds good in It's Ice>Tela and the set ends with a nice Stash.

Set 2 opens with a standard early 90's version of 2001 which gets the crowd ready for an action packed second set. A better than average Antelope follows and leads to a decent Fluffhead. Scent of a Mule, Split Open and Melt, and The Squirming Coil give the set some solid jams but nothing special from any of the three. Maze in my opinion is the star of set II, you can really hear the crowd get into it and the band responds with great energy of their own. Contact slows things down a bit making the first Frankenstein in nearly 3 years that much more suprising but certainly a pleasant suprise.

The boys close out the show with the always fun Suzy Greenberg. All in all a great performance from the guys with no really weak songs.


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