Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1990 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1990-10-11

Review by radiator9987

radiator9987 Third show in four nights and I was sure this would be the rocker. Thankfully I got what I was looking for. After the uneven performances the previous 2 nights the band was hitting on all cylinders this night. Reba right out of the gate set a high bar and they tried their hardest to deliver on this promise. I don't remember MSO being played twice. I believe it was played after Bouncing which was nothing special. Stash had become a favorite and was growing legs with each performance. The run of Lawn Boy songs to close the set was great, showcasing their last release.

Set 2 I got a third Landlady in a row and had accepted that PYITE was no more. I believe they did McGrupp next, but can't confirm it. I think this because I had seen it once before and remember getting the lowdown from someone on the song at that show, I had been looking for it every show after and remember walking out this night feeling satisfied I had caught it. Gumbo was next and I was digging the groove, but couldn't catch the lyrics. YEM was up next and didn't disappoint, it seemed a bit longer then other times I had heard it, breaking out of the basic structure after the vocal section. It was fun to see Oh Kee Pa paired with AC/DC and I was in my zone for the first time this evening. Magilla seemed a bit disjointed before giving way to Possum. A fun night, there were some slow spots, but all in all a rocker.
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