, attached to 2013-07-30

Review by chrismcguire634

chrismcguire634 Decent show, definitely nothing to write home about. This was one of the few instances where Set I was much more dominant over Set II. Although Set II looks great on paper, it felt very rushed and unfortunately falls pretty flat. Golden Age and 46 Days were average, an awkward transition into Boogie, Ghost had a couple interesting moments and Carini and Piper were forgettable. As if an acknowledgement by the band that things are a bit "vanilla" tonight, we get a Velvet Sea. Mike's is straight Type I and Slave has a nice climax. Weekapaug was too little too late and Zero was well..... standard Zero.

Not a terrible show by any means but I don't think I'll give it a re-listen any time soon. That being said, this summer has been great so far. See you in SF!!


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