, attached to 1991-04-02

Review by thelot

thelot Set 1 has a decent audience source considering that there’s a few cassette generations in the lineage. Set 2 is of lesser quality, it degrades even more after the tape flip.

A pretty straightforward Jim kicks things off. Decent Reba. Trey absolutely slays Llama! Solid YEM with a fun VJ. “Stick it in your nose!” A standard Chalk Dust closes out set 1.

Set 2 starts off with a nice Sky with a very subtle TMWSIY tease from Trey. Lawn Boy shows up early in the second set. Inspired Fluffhead. Dog Log follows Fluff after a year hiatus. Tape flip after Dog Log. Buried Alive cuts in. Well played Antelope closer. When they come back out for the encore Trey says “Thank you ladies and gentlemen, we are David Bowie” Page introduces his original, Magilla. A fantastic Possum ends the night on a high note. Unfortunately, the recording fades out before the conclusion of Possum. ;)


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