, attached to 1999-09-25

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This is a show to to leads. Mike and Trey seem to trade off throughout this entire show being the dominant player,

Tube gives the show a quick injection with Mike laying down the funk hard. On your way down shows up again and does it's thing as a bluesy little song somewhat in the middle. LXL is basically the same one you have gotten all year. All around average first set but high energy none the less.

The second set is where things get interesting. Mike absolutely owns Bowie and he drives the whole thing rather well. Nothing new or too exciting but they do play Bowie as it should be played. Coil > Caspian is where Trey steps in front. A slow couple of songs but Caspian has some nice peaks and valleys on Trey's part, you can tell he's really having fun with it. R&R continues Trey's reign in the front and is pure Trey Shreddery at the end. Things go back to Mike in 2001 as he lays down a nice smooth groove that to me may be the highlight of the whole show, it flows very well.

Frankenstein, Julius, Zero are well.....What they are to close a show they don't really add or take anything away.

Overall a pretty average show with some interesting trade offs in dominance throughout.


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