SET 1: Martian Monster > Buried Alive > AC/DC Bag > Halley's Comet > Prince Caspian > Sparkle > Axilla, Maze > Fluffhead > Rise/Come Together
SET 2: Punch You in the Eye > Wolfman's Brother > Light > Twist > Soul Planet > Mercury > Possum
SET 3: Send in the Clowns, First Tube, Auld Lang Syne, Sand, Drift While You're Sleeping, What's the Use?, You Enjoy Myself
ENCORE: Tweezer Reprise, Rescue Squad
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Review by ChasingDsky
Overall a great NYE show. First set was a bit jukebox. They take Haley’s deep for the first time in a long time, but Trey Rip-cords it to caspian... although the prince shows well in the end. Haley’s, Fluff, and surprisingly rise/come together are worth a re-listen.
Second set is deep and heady. Punch-through-Twist are a solid run of songs. Mercury - my 3.0 favorite - is cut short here, but not at the expense of the set.
The NYE clone gag is good. IMO it falls behind meatstick and Petrichor in the 3.0 era, but was great to see on couch tour. Props to first tune ringing in 2020! The songs that follow struggle a bit, but understandably since try was stuck in the air. Watching him squat to hear his monitor explains the miscues, and also shows just how much he cares to put on a quality show.
As I said up top, all miscues in the last set are forgiven by the rescue squad and the glimpse into what our guy is really about - a good ol’ time.
Happy 2020 to all.