, attached to 1996-12-01

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Set 1 is pretty average. The exceptions being Trey slaying DWD and a pretty intense and strong Antelope to close.

Set 2 is strong front to back. Tweezer starts off extra funky and the jam is very experimental. It's also fun how it slows down into a kind of metal jam towards the end. Reba has spot on execution through the composed section and the blissful section is also strong. Great placement for Swept Away/Steep. The scream by the band before Tweeprise is funny to picture because I'm sure it scared the shit out of some people. Slave is strong to close as Trey lays down the peaks perfectly at the end.

Highway to Hell is a fun encore, especially as a fun new cover the band was messing with at the time.

Overall S2 makes this a 4 star show. But there's little to complain about with S1.


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