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Review by Nigelphish
First set had such high points and great playing. No slow songs just pure energy and first tube set closer was phenomenal.
The curtain reminded me of the only other phish show that has just blew me away in the last 20 yrs, 10/31/14. The sounds were different electronic feel. And then trey comes out with the mic and no guitar...uh oh, what is this? It was great, and the songs were just great; quirky, eccentric, humorous and all phish. I’m the glue in your magnet, you can recycle the final hoorah just awesome!
A new album that is the phishiest, like the haunted house but better because there were lyrics and they were just phish.
They turned the whole venue into the haunted house and they remade themselves, if they like it and that’s what it takes for them to re-energize...do it!
Boy did they, just great. I would advise that you go to the next Halloween show, maybe an album this time though.
Just a great experience!