, attached to 1995-05-16

Review by Shred

Shred This was the hardest ticket I ever had to "scalp". Other reviewer stated he got miracled but this wasn't possible at the Lowell I was at. It required both a wrist band and a ticket to get in. No one had tickets as they arrived. They were all at will call. And when you went to pick up the tickets they made all parties come up to will call and provided them a wristband so the tickets couldn't be transferred. I had no ticket. Somehow I made friends with an employee of the venue. I literally had to hang out with her and her friends for hours before we went into the show. I even went to her house for awhile. It was so cool and very strange. But otherwise I was not getting in. I watched how they were distributing tickets. It was my only way. So hung out got buzzed. She walked me into her office at the venue, got me a ticket and wristband-felt like a school office- then I went in solo.

The show was legendary. Venue was small- Every seat was good. I was right in front of Try. Man how I miss those days. All the new songs were so good. I loved it. I was pretty buzzed too. Home girl served up a bunch of beers at her house. We went down the drain counter clockwise of course into REBA>-- Everyone knows this A++ version and it deserves it. Fucking YEM was so sick that night too. I remember spinning in circles with a security guard (65 year old woman) looking over me with a huge grin. Even Sample was fun after hearing the new tunes it was nice to hear even if its sample. Encore was ok, kind of a blow off with Gloria Steinem on stage having her moment. But I always think of the outsiders for gloria so that is cool- Abby L drove me. She isn't with us anymore. Great person. 1995 was peak PH. Anyone that thinks otherwise is wrong.


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