, attached to 1993-08-06

Review by westbrook

westbrook This is a really solid show with a fun Tequila theme, but I think it's a notch below the heavy hitters from this hallowed month. A tight first set begins with a fiery Split Open and Melt and the rest of the set is executed well with Divided Sky and Suzy Greenberg being the other highlights. Set 2 opens with a quick Buried Alive and a short but terrific Tweezer. The next noteworthy part of the show is YEM>Cocaine>YEM->Halley's, with the YEM vocal jam segueing into Halley's. I believe this was only done one other time on 5/8/94. Slave makes a big splash in its return in the back end of the set. Good show, but there are a few others from this month you'll want to check out first, although you might as well just listen to them all.


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