Simple contained an Under Pressure tease and an In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida tease and quote. Undermind contained Manteca and Plasma teases. Trey teased Simple in Fuego and Back on the Train. Fee featured Trey on megaphone.
Teases
Under Pressure and In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida teases in Simple, Manteca and Plasma teases in Undermind, Simple tease in Back on the Train, Simple tease in Fuego
Debut Years (Average: 2001)

Show Reviews

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Review by 90MinuteJam

90MinuteJam Solid, folks, solid. Biggest highlight- the expert placement of Farmhouse. Not an encore, not an opener, not in back end of first set, and definitely not in the middle of a jamming second set… The second song at the start of the show. Genius.

This show has it all… minor (fun) flubs, great jams- both types, band banter, natural (not forced) teases, good song flow, smooth segues and Farmhouse in the right location.

Worthy jams in Bowie, Golden Age, & Feugo and fun teases in Simple & Undermind. It’s great to see Coil return to a middle song and good placement in having Wingsuit follow.
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Review by Laudanum

Laudanum In the Chinese I Ching, or Book of Changes, Hexagram 23 represents disintegration, or a pulling apart, which describes the strange beauty of this show's second set as well as anything.

Every song is off, yet every song is magical. When the Golden Age jam dissolves into fragments like paper in the sea it seems predestined, as though the ship were already heading towards the rocks somewhere in the middle of the Simple. A swirling ambience lurks underneath and pulls at the edges, frays the corners of the entire set, turning even the BOTT Lovecraftian.

It's sets like these, where a larger musical statement is made, where a larger aesthetic warps and bends the individual songs and jams to its own purpose, that lead me to believe that they're as good right now as they ever were.

In retrospect, the second stanza of the closing Passing Through feels like meta-commentary on the set itself:

Sonic sea vibrations
Passing over you
Let go forever
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Review by KenNyeThePhishGuy

KenNyeThePhishGuy The year is 2020 - you find yourself driving through the mountains in Colorado after a full day of skiing and manage to catch the opening notes of your favorite band playing 2500 miles away in a tropical paradise with pristine clarity. What a time to be alive!

It is clear the boys are having the time of their lives right now. Overall this show had great flow. A ton of gratuitous banter between songs. Soaking it all up.

Set 1 Divided Sky through set closing Bowie was fantastic, including a soaring, playful Everything's Right jam and Floydian Wingsuit. Nothing to complain about when it comes to tight jams in Golden Age and Fuego and tease-filled Simple & Undermind.

The band is playing at an incredible level-all while having intertwined gigs since summer tour 19 (TAB, Ghosts, MGB, Vida, Oysterhead) and it hasn't really stopped since Kasvot. Between the playing, song bustouts, etc - we have been spoiled as fans. Summer 2020 is on pace to be all-time.
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Review by ben11son

ben11son The entire weekend was fantastic. Even flying solo I enjoyed myself immensely. I cant wait to get back if done again in the future. As for the show. I attempted to dance the entire time at the waters edge like the night before, but because of all the dancing and walking from Thursday-Sunday my ankles and legs were toast. So after Meat I strolled over to the 2nd screen, found a comfy seat on one of the couches next to the bar near the churro's. There was a nice cute girl who had built a pillow fort, we said hello and I watched the rest of the show from there. The highlights for me this night were Meat, David Bowie, Simple, Fuego. I always like Fuego. The encore was interesting, I've never seen more than 3 songs in an encore that i can recall. But it was enjoyable with an interesting mix of classics. Cant wait till AC in August! See you all then, Peace!
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Review by TwiceBitten

TwiceBitten The last show of 3.0 was nowhere near as tragic as the last show of 2.0 or as uncertain as the last show of 1.0. In fact, at the time, none of the attendees or performers knew that the Covid-19 virus would all but put an end to their touring operation for a year and usher in the 4.0 era. Superb Golden Age.
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