, attached to 2011-05-28

Review by Commander_Riker

Commander_Riker Don't you just love it when the one show you go to from a whole tour is getting votes as one of the top 3 from the tour? This show was filled with good grooves and happy smiling faces throughout. No one cared that it was taking hours to get away from the venue each night.

Having taken my fiance to two other shows in the past, both in Wantagh, and her being a 80's new wave goth freak of a girl, she finally "Got IT" this time around. I wanted to thank the Phans especially for her good time, because she is a people watcher. But enough about that Biotch. On with the show!

Highlights are including but not limited to:
HELLO! Theme opener? The first 2 minutes was the only sloppy playing all night. I could tell from the bathroom though this show was going to be great.
Cities set the tone that this show IS going to be great.
And Hence the Halley's which is the finest of 3.0
Limb is not played enough and this one was tight and heady at the same time.
Gin>Manteca>Gin > fantastic good stuff there.
DWD>Free I totally called Free a good two minutes before. This DWD had something for everyone to love.
BDTNL also gets my vote for best performed version of the 3.0 phase.
Makisupa is one of the longest and most chatty I ever heard. I am a fan of the ambient jams that have happened in the past. So in comparison this was just a silly detour.
Really great Hood and atypically tight Bowie.
ADITL I really appreciated the amount of effort the band put into nailing this one. I was impressed.

I have listened to almost every show of the tour. I would say the top three performance-wise are:
1. 07/03/11
2. 06/03/11
3. 05/28/11

With 06/19/11 very close behind.
I am now convinced that second show of tour is always one of the best.


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