SET 1: Tube -> Drowned -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, Driver, Bittersweet Motel, Limb By Limb, Wading in the Velvet Sea > Sample in a Jar
SET 2: Down with Disease, The Mango Song > The Moma Dance, You Enjoy Myself, Harpua > Speak to Me -> Breathe > On The Run, Time > The Great Gig in the Sky > Money > Us and Them -> Any Colour You Like -> Brain Damage -> Eclipse > Harpua
ENCORE: Smells Like Teen Spirit
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Review by Mikesgroover
The perfect show for the moment in time in the band's history. The opening Tube>Drowned>Jesus is delivered with a ton of punch, at which point the band gets intimate with the crowd for Driver and Bittersweet.
The second set Disease opener was strong, and the Mango is an especially tasty highlight. The mid-set YEM was pure pleasure, but the Oom-Pa-Pas that followed caught me completley by surprise. Trey's story is a hilarious and touching listen, and in retrospect probably says a lot about where the band's heads were a couple of nights earlier. When Speak to Me started people immediately began cheering, but at 40 minutes or so into the set, I can safely say no one was expecting the entire album. It wasn't until the clock effects at the beginning of Time started ringing out that it dawned on me and everyone around me that they were going to play the entire album.
The DSOTM performance doesn't feel forced, and certainly reflects how gifted the band is, considering they'd learned the music in pretty much a single day. Kuroda did a nice job as well on this one-I remember vividly how he alternated different colored spotlights on each band member during Us and Them. By the time they got to Eclipse, we were ready to explode with joy and appreciation. It didn't matter that Smells Like Teen Spirit was a complete slopfest. In the days before everyone had cell phone cameras, there aren't a ton of photos of this performance I've seen. For a long time, I only knew of one audience source though I'm sure that since then more have appeared. With the lights out, they entertained us.