, attached to 1992-11-30

Review by CForbin

CForbin There's a story about Trey getting into a fight w/ a security guard in the parking garage near the Metropol before the show. I semi-remember him talking about it during the show - does anyone recall this?
OK... My friends and I showed up for this show w/out tickets after driving 4 hours. Fortunately we didn't need tickets to get in, just had to pay a $10 cover. Unfortunately, none of us were 21 & thus couldn't get in. DOH! Enter Fake IDs. OK, we got in. Ahhh the good old days. There couldn't have been more than 500 people in the audience.
This show was FULL of classic early 90's energy. They came out swinging with Llama in the first set and played a fun, rocking first set complete w/ secret language. They hit it even harder with Buried to open the 2nd, Runaway was great, Maze was quite "danciful"... YEM, Coil and finally I waved my birkenstocks in the air as Trey belted out "whatever you do, take care of your shoes!" Fee encore with Trey singing into a megaphone was also classic 90's and sounded great, as I remember. Closer was a strong classic Hendrix cover of Fire that absolutely WAILED! Great show, gotta make it's way to livephish.com someday.


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