, attached to 1988-09-13

Review by TheEmu

TheEmu The YEM here starts out pretty laid back....waaaaay laid back, actually...but builds to a pretty solid ending. The McGrupp is actually pretty darn good, and thankfully spares us the trombone solo (love ya, Fish!). Man, Wilson -> Peaches with Trey "singing" the opening drum roll is just fucking cool! Loved that! Some lyrical problems during Ride Capt. Ride, and Trey is suddenly WAY low in the mix. Boogie On Reggae Woman may or may not have been played in response to someone yelling about aborigine women, but who knows. Cities -> DEG -> Cities is what it usually is, and the Antelope starts to get outta control in a wonky kinda way, but pretty much gets reined back in. Fluff is basic in its Fluffiness, so, all in all, I think this is a pretty basic show, with the exception of the Wilson -> Peaches which I found to be cool. Three stars.


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