, attached to 2019-12-06

Review by nOOborn_elf

nOOborn_elf Great start to a fun as fuck weekend. Never imagined they would drop 26 songs the first night of the final weekend of a no repeats tour. Really wanted to put it out there! I Been Around is a cool song I’d never witnessed. Fitting as a Folly Beach local, if you know. The Sloth is such a great tune. I could listen to that searing riff all night. Great jam in Destiny. I’m the glue in your magnet is sweet. About to Run is good gotf and carries some real grit. I always wish there was more to The Horse. If I were you and you were me... great lyric. Bowie for my daughter, complete with one last David Bowie lyrical refrain at the end.
Been singing Axilla all day of course so it appears. Creepy good lyrics in that one. Scents intro is fucking cool. Almost like The Who Sparks. Great type 2 jam. Damn shame they elected not to jam anything over 20 min this tour cause I could have taken 3 more min. To me the set kinda fizzled for a bit. No quarter didn’t really get the trippy context it needed and ypc is funky but if only we could lose half the sampling. Mercury and the cycles of life is a song that depends on the mood. LxL got into some really dark territory that had a silly This old man recitation where fishman skipped most of the numbers. I’m sure he regretted that one. Weird what will pop in your head I guess. Lizards poignant and exalted by the crowd. Reminds me a lot of the current political environment but I digress.
I’ve seen the last 2 bittersweet motels and that is tough song to hear in your hometown. Sort of a reflection. I used to rock the Homer Simpson the only tool you have is a hammer in the 90s. Death don’t hurt is my newest crush song and I’m not ashamed. Loving cup in chucktown? Damn the Boys will do you right.
Best show of weekend? Probably although I’m partial to a lot of night 2. But this setlist woah.
Still think n2 2010 phish Charleston is the bar for this town.


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