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Review by tubescreamer
What's the use is the perfect backwash to the super nova of the opening couplet.
As for Wilson, remember this is just under a week before the canonized Camden 7/10 show which featured some gnarly exploratory work-- this one goes much deeper, so deep that Trey gets lost in his own world again and forgets his lyrics-- THIS leads to one of the most riotous "CAN YOU STILL HAVE FUNN" sequences ever-- must hear. Put this part when you gotta get your day going.
Mike's song puts an almost happy breather to the madness and then plods into similar territory that ghost does, but doesn't stay long before the happy breather genre king-- Sleeping Monkey, appears.
Weekapaug is just a simple stroll, basking in the glow of what just happened.
Carini reminds everyone that the madness aint over yet.
Meatstick in 99 meant something else than it does now.
And a classy and choreographed firework show to Star Spangled Banner has the crowd in a ferocious bliss to close out the night.