, attached to 2009-06-19

Review by RandomPhan

RandomPhan To start things off, the first set is pretty "meh." I personally wasn't into it, not until the lightning/fluffhead started. Just a tame set, that is until fluffhead started and the storm was coming through. The long set break was a party, in the pavilion at least.

When the band came out for the 2nd set, it felt like a different band. ASIHTOS has a nice jam, which featured some nice work from Fishman. The Drowned started off absolutely blazing, and Trey killed it. In an era of a harsh tone and not as dexterous as the past, he really shined. The rest of the set doesn't get out there, but it was a blast.

The two songs that really have any real replay value are the ASIHTOS->Drowned.

Also, the Johnny B. Goode reference in the first set, and the following night at Alpine I was beginning to think they were gonna bust that out by the end of the run. Oh well.


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