, attached to 2004-06-23

Review by uctweezer

uctweezer I'm not quite sure what everyone is listening to here -- the segue from Nothing into 46 Days is harsh, disconnected, and completely forced. My friends who were at the show told me that it looked like Trey was forcing 46 Days and the rest of the band was having none of it, before finally giving in. The recording certainly reflects this version of the sequence of events. That being said, much of the Nothing jam sequence is cool, and the Gin in the first set and the Halley's > C&P > Slave sequence to start the second set warrant repeated listening.


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