, attached to 1998-08-06

Review by art_vandelay

art_vandelay this "wolfman's" tops my list of fave versions (along with greenville '98), and there's little if any wagon-circling to be had on it....the boys locked into a trippy groove from the onset, eventually morphing into an old-school floydian-type ambient groove, and nary a moment was wasted. also worth mentioning was that "caspian" & "down with disease" were downright nasty versions, both jams performed with crushing volume, bordering on metal. perhaps they were simply in the mood to crush some skulls, which could explain why they followed that up with a "runnin' with the devil" encore. good times....


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