, attached to 2010-06-20

Review by ufitzi

ufitzi Show #17, what a ride!
Set 1 was a great warm up, Antelope REALLY set the pace for the remainder of the night, though. Great juxtaposition of Carini > Mango, a mid set Wilson that set the stage for an assault of Drowned...then, what, Swept Away? Had you told me one of the highlights of the night would be this song, I'm not sure I would have bought it, but what an amazingly tight, engaged and poignant piece. I was entranced throughout. Then the band just let loose with raging Piper, 2001, sick YEM w/ what I would call a duet by Trey and Mike, no real leader during that "solo." Frankenstein was a perfect finale as the band effortlessly nailed the composition.

This is just one of those shows where the energy of the band and audience just wouldn't quit. Being smack behind the soundboard didn't hurt, either, as the neighbors around my wife and I were all feelin' it!

This band is on fire!


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