Soundcheck: It's Ice, Architect, 20 Years Later
SET 1: Crowd Control > Chalk Dust Torture, The Wedge, Funky Bitch, Heavy Things, Bug, Bouncing Around the Room, Tube > Julius, Split Open and Melt
SET 2: Backwards Down the Number Line > Tweezer > Sand > Carini -> Architect, Wilson > Boogie On Reggae Woman > Possum
ENCORE: Show of Life > Tweezer Reprise
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Review by PhastPacker
Mine ears have scene the coming of the lord and I havent the faintest clue where the rest of the reviewers of tonight's show are coming from.
From Chalkdust on I thought this show was one of the best of the modern era. I felt the energy, execution and free flowing vibe of the both setlists were just what the Dr. ordered. 'Melt' should be in the conversation with the Dicks 'Undermind' as best Set I jam in years and the triumvirate of Tweezer, Sand and Carini floored me. I'm not going to attempt to describe what I heard because frankly, my brain is not up to snuff at the moment but was anyone else cloud surfing through a Pandoran forest towards the end of Carini? Fuck my face
Why must all today's Phisheads have a 15 or 20 minute type II jam to see the beauty in what is going down? The 2012 MSG Tweezer is an example of the emperor's new clothes... well i'm ranting and not very well indeed.
Show reminded me of night 1, Worcester '12. Stella got her groove Back. I'm Stella.