, attached to 2000-09-23

Review by User_3390_

User_3390_ I love this show....good memories.

The opener "C'mon baby" was great to here after catching it on Trey Solo Band tour....then just look at the rest of that first set....that should be a second set. Thick Moma crashes into a Frankenstein (not to be taken lightly in an indoor venue). Halley's> Fee> Stash to close the set...hmmmmm.

Now look at that second...it just looks ok (?)....but they rocked that crappy venue with songs. The energy was through the roof. Birds was a hot ragging opener....then my favorite TWEEZER!!!!! which drops into a very cool NICU..Then Mule...and Mike's little chant/yell after the jam is just awesome, I felt like I was at church it had a real spooky feel to it. Fast Enough was perfectly placed and very true for the energy in the building. And since it wasn't fast enough...Piper would be fast enough. Nice little Character Swag-O to finish off the set.

What I really remember from this show was the crowd being just totally pumped...similar to the second night in Philly (fall '99). After the lights went on after the encore....you couldn't see across the arena. There was sooooo much smoke and sweat a thick haze settled into the arena. Everyone was dancing and grooving so hard our collective sweaty bodies had produced heavy condensation in the venue...a sweat cloud....everything in the building was wet....it was even dripping from rafters. Now that's how hard they rocked.


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