, attached to 1994-07-13

Review by dr32timmymeat

dr32timmymeat This is a really noteworthy SOAM. More phaser and wah from Trey than normal, and some really garage-band rock from Fishman.

I feel like the Tweezer > Julius > Tweezer > BBFCFM > Tweezer probably played better in person than on tape. The guys were clearly juiced for this show but that stretch gets a bit ADD.

The Slave, however, is as good as everyone says. An inspired show, no doubt.
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