, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger The entire DWD> Carini sequence should be highlighted yellow. This sequence packs the same punch that the 2015 Cheezer does, if not more. Also, there hasn't been a Carini close to being this good since this show. On top of the filthy and slowly evolving pocket Mike and Fish establish, which Trey and Page just slaughter, the crowd woo's actually work here because the band manipulates the crowds woo response to be softer each time and subtlety end the jam.
, comment by eyesontweeprize
eyesontweeprize This was the best Carini of the best year of Carini IMO. Should definitely be "highly recommended." The organ/echoplex peak is pure magic - one of the best moments of 2013 (and god knows there were A LOT of magical moments in 2013).
, comment by skillz
skillz This jam should be highlighted yellow
, comment by zarathustraz
zarathustraz This Carini can be considered the sister jam of the monster "Steam" the night before. Both jams have a similar persistent building of intensity, mostly thanks to the symbiotic swelling of Page's organ and Trey's new Echoplex.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 It seemed like Carini in 2013 was either about multifaceted shape-shifters (SPAC2, AC) or filthy grooves (Hampton, of course, or Worcester); this might be the filthiest groove of them all, which is saying something. What I really love about it is just how unhurried the band is throughout, content to stay right in the pocket until the opportunity to build to that monster peak (and the "woo"s, a nice comedown from said monster peak) presents itself. Fall/Winter 2013 had its share of big-time 1-2 punches, and this (w/DWD) has a case for packing the biggest wallop.

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