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Review by TheEmu
Landlady > NICU was an interesting combo. This was my first time hearing the middle Doo Doo Doo section of NICU; that section was probably best left on the cutting room floor
Cold As Ice > Cracklin' Rosie > Cold as Ice is pretty funny. First of all, I'm pretty sure Fishman says "This fuckin' song" as they keep at CAI for a while. He then offers the crowd a choice of a Neil Diamond tune or a Syd Barrett tune, the "two greatest songwriters" ever, and Trey says that Fishman is the conglomeration of the two. After Rosie, Trey introduces My Sweet One as being written by the Third Greatest songwriter in the world, who is behind the drums.
Finally, a question. How do you know Trey hates Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? 'Cause he's THE FUCKING SHREDDER!!! This YEM was very good, shred-tastic Trey at the end and some great MMMMMMMMike as well. Plus Rollin' on the River and Rawhide in the vocal jam (which actually is quite nice, rather than the standard yelping and small furry animal noises).
Four stars for this show, on the strength of the YEM and the funny Fishman stuff. After the shredding YEM, I had hoped Reba would be more exciting, but '92 isn't really a primo year for Rebas.