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Review by timrpow
Just wanted to agree/disagree with you guys about the two night stands this tour. I was at both Mann shows and both MPP. I can definitely say that both Mann shows were incredible. The night 1, set 1 Martian Mannster invasion set from 8.11 is amazing and served as the highlight and appetizer for the 2nd set- which wasn't too shabby either with a nice Fuego, 46 Days > Taste, and 2001 > Sand.
Mann2 needs no explanation. Brought the house down.
Ok, onto this show. The boys were coming off the massive slugfest from the night before and showing people that you can't skip ANY show at MPP- be it the Sat or Sun show. Toyfully playing with the fans request for a Sleeping Monkey they churned out a 1st set with a decent Bowie and Stash and then a 2nd set which began with a flubbed yet hilarious DWD and then plodded along until the Sneaking > YEM finale (ala Camp Oswego 16 years & 1 month before, minus the Timber sandwich meat) had me dancing in the pit to end my 4 show run. Yes, MPP2 comes in 4 of 4 for my two Mann shows and two MPP shows, but I still enjoyed the hell outta it. 94 shows and my first Undermind was nice.