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Review by moonofjupiter
This night is a movement. A revolution. It was so great that folks needed more time to wrap their head around it.
This show is in the highest Echelon of Phïsh. With Bakers and Cypress ans Denver 97 and Gorge 98 And New Years 95. PERIOD.
greatest show of 3.0!
First set came out as strong as any great show ever.
Second set was a movement. The one liners that we all need to become better humans. Words to live by.
We get one chance on this earth. How are you going to spend it?
Third set unlike any other third set.
This show will remain underrated due to the opposition of haters who are mad that they were not there.
The rest of us who were, know that the entities building was singing the chorus (due to the repetitive nature of each line) and fist pumping it. As if we only had that moment to live!
This show is being talked about constantly still. And in twenty years it still will be.