, attached to 2000-09-14

Review by Peanut

Peanut Highlight of the first set was the Reba:

Essentially a 3-part jam. It begins with some melodic noodling, then ratchets up through some nice communication between Trey and Fish w/ Fish switching to the ride cymbal. The final stage is more ambient with lots of tension supplied with big sustain and feedback effects from Trey

Highlight of the second set was the immense Drowned, but it was creative yet risky and had a polarizing effect among many that I talked to...


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