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Review by The__Van
Possum comes out swinging with a very well played average-great version to kick off the set. WOTC in its second ever appearance gets an extended type 1 jam followed by a cool ambient digression and mellow jam. This kind of pattern would pop up a lot in big '03 jams. An old school Carini is next and its loud and fiery like any old school Carini should be. From here the set kinda loses a lot of energy. AOTD is a nice little break but LxL comes out a bit sloppy (it sounds like Fish couldn't quite remember the beat). Bag seems to restart the energy but instead gets really quiet. It's cool in isolation but feels a bit weird. Caspian as well remains subdued rather the power ballad form it took in '99-'00. Overall the set starts strong and kinda peters out.