, attached to 1992-07-24

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Pretty dang good opener from an evolving band.

Foam is very well played. Tweezer at this time is at a stage where it was evolving and they were finding their footing with it, you can tell with this version as they mess around with it a little bit. YEM has a pretty good mid section with some great tension and release by Trey. And Tweeprise give the set a very full feel. One of the better opening sets I've heard.


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