, attached to 1999-07-04

Review by bouncin7

bouncin7 I echno the notes of Jabberstin. I just listened to entire second set with dr. dre beats a blastin my brain. The transition from Ghost to Slave is a must hear and this version of Slave is a must hear. For both versions, they are in a trippier paced mood, especially during Slave which is filled with a sense of "altered state." One of my favorite versions from late 90s. Trey's singing during Horse is trippy and nearly a whisper. The transition from Silent into the first "Whats The Use" keeps the psychedelic mood of the evening alive and kicking. I like this version of Wilson which features that ever aggressive style of screaming CAN YOU STILL HAVE FUN? I give this second set four out of five red apples. Happy 4th of July 1999!



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