, attached to 2003-07-07

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Stereotypical Tour Opener.

Stash is an excellent way to start any show, and this one has some great drumwork by Fish. Billy Breathes is above average. Waves has a great guitar solo. The intro into Bowie is pretty rough but it makes up for it. You would think that would be it for the set but nope! You get a top shelf Dirt with a great solo by Trey and a fairly average Possum.

BOAF is pretty straight forward. Wolfman goes into a nice groove with some great drumwork. It slows down while Trey uses his filthy tone, it then grows a little more mellow with the infamous "Whale Call" effect by Trey. SASS makes it's debut and although straightforward it's very well played. Another good stretched out Walls of the Cave, maybe not among the best extended versions but still pretty nice. And an above average Caspian to end the set.

You get the most generic encore in just Character Zero and it's pretty straightforward.

Overall an average warm up show but still some very well played versions of songs to check out.


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