, attached to 2000-06-25

Review by JMart

JMart This is the single worst phish show be ever attended. I'm from NC, so it's not like I didn't know what the police presence was going to be like, but, yeesh, it was like Va beach in the lot.
And the music matched. Thoroughly uninspired playing the entire time. The whole show. When they played what's the use, I'm sure it was not meant in irony. At the end of slave, trey could barely get his guitar off fast enough. He made the most perfunctory bow and then stormed off stage.
In addressing my never-ending complaints about how phish has fallen off over the years, my buddy always says "you never relisten to the bad ones." He's right. This show is absolute dogshit. At this stage in their careers, they needed a break in the worst way, and it showed. Skip it.


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