, attached to 2004-06-18

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw A awkward feeling show with some very interesting moments.

The opening trio of songs is very straightforward. I wish I could say things picked up with stash, but unfortunately it is a very rough version. Character Zero is a very solid version. Tweezer to end the 1st set? What is up with that? The jam kicks off with some power riffs and Trey shreddery. It goes into a tweeprise type jam and Fish is just destroying the drums towards the end.

Set 2 starts with a heavy Wilson. DWD is pretty strong despite a couple of messed up lyrics at the beginning, Trey goes off towards the end. Jay Z is a very noteworthy special guest, especially considering his level of fame at this time. The songs are pretty sloppy (although to defend the guys I'm sure it wasn't practiced long), but still a very notable stand in. Chalk Dust Torture has a nice little groove to start the jam and moves into space and darker territory. Hood is very short and the end is totally cut off. No idea what happened but it only adds to the eerie vibe of this show. Taste is straight forward and also feels cut off.

Bug> Tweeprise is well a pretty dang average encore.
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