, attached to 2003-07-08

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Weird setlist construction and sub par playing make for a below average show.

Guyute is a very weird opener, but this should not surprise anyone well versed in 2.0 shows. Tweezer makes it's rare appearance in the first set. It quickly goes into a strong groove, and ramps up to a nice thunderous peak. Frankie says is well played. The rest of the set has nothing interesting to me.

DWD has a really great solo and a very 2.0 sounding jam that is nothing too new or interesting. Secret smile slows things down and isn't very good placement for the song. Hood luckily pulls things back to a steady pace. It's a stretched out dark and beautiful version. Discern is great but mixed with Waste to end the set, it leaves a lot to be desired. Very slow 2nd set I don't care much for.

Average encore.

Likely not a show I'd revisit except for maybe Tweezer.


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