, attached to 1995-06-24

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This is a pretty strong show. It's got a lot of solid and unique things sprinkled throughout the show.

I really enjoy the segue into Rift in its prized 2nd song slot to get things rolling. Stash is very strong and intense as it should be. Coil has a notably beautiful piano solo at it's end that I like better than most.

They burn through a couple quick tunes to start set 2 until they unearth another massive Bowie. This bowie does not follow the same rules as a 94' Bowie. It drops into some nice spooky space for a little bit before rising from the ashes into a fireball, fantastic version. Suzy Greenburg is also a notably solid version minus some of the quirkiness at parts. Hoods Mr. Miner section is insane and unique, Fish nails the entire transition section. This set feels more strung together then dense but everything is still pretty well played.

Bold as Love is a standout thanks to Trey's explosive solo, very inspired version.


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