, attached to 2001-11-06

Review by gigrant

gigrant i remember this show being awesome, and i especially remember the looks on the faces of the ushers. the state theater is a very nice place, carpet and fluffy seats and all that. the ushers are all retirees. Oysterhead was far more than they bargained for. it was loud, there were glowsticks, and for Christ's sake Les Claypool had access to a microphone. i swear to you, i was legitimately worried for the souls of those ushers.


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