, attached to 1989-11-11

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill This set was not all that in my opinion. The first five songs were just a little off in a lot of places to my ears. It seems as though the boys didn't get their nerves out of the way until YEM. Brain had rough spots too. The recording also left a bit to be desired with fluctuating levels, most notably Trey's guitar was overloading the board channel and the slow tape speed over the years made this a half step flat again. Nice to hear the first Frankenstein though, with a horn section, and Trey does have an interesting octave/phaser type pedal going on in there.

You could pass on this one unless you want to hear the first Frankenstein.


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