Great review. I'll take the bait on this nugget:There are some 3.0 multi-part classics for sure. I prefer the shredders. Thankfully we don’t have to choose
""Sand" is one of the true heroes of 3.0, joining "Roggae" and "What's The Use?" in the trio of 1.0 songs that are actually stronger in 3.0"
IMO the peak for Sand was 1999, but I'll give you the other two. The biggest omission from this list: CDT. The two best ever versions are Randall's 2014 and Baker's Dozen. In 1.0 CDT was limited to fast n furious type I shreddery. It's now much more capacious.
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