, attached to 1995-11-14

Review by KingDisco

KingDisco If this show isnt fire that you'd be hard pressed to find me something more defining of that term.

There are shows I play more often and recognize as "greater," but if you want a snapshot of one of the tightest and hottest bands in the 1990s look no further than this gem.

Even without the famed Stashteca, type this show into YouTube and look at Trey the multiple times he shreds YEM.

As I said before, you know where to look for a more classic show, a more complete show or a greater alltime jam. But for your money this is where to turn to see the band going full throttle and shaking you until you admit that they are a fantastic musical force.


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