, attached to 1987-02-13

Review by dr_strangelove

dr_strangelove 1) Slave -> Quinn: Nice bass runs by Mike, good energy in this fluid pairing of tunes the forgoes the typical ethereal Slave outro to nicely strutt into the bouncy fun of Quinn

2) Suzy Greenberg: Debut, honestly nothing too spectacular but historically kind of a big deal, yeah?

3) Melt the Guns -> DEG: As oppossed to Aybesea, I personally don't think the song proper is better than the version from 1986-10-31. However, this version has probably the best jam segment in the entire show. Gets pretty psychedlic, especially with the full DEG at the end.

4) Harry Hood: Strong finish, with a standard but excellently executed peak


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