, attached to 1990-09-15

Review by thelot

thelot The levels on this audience source are a bit hot. Plus, there’s a handful of cassette generations in the lineage. Suffice to say this source leaves a lot to be desired.

The Buried Alive>Sky pairing is a great way to open a show. After Paul and Silas Trey mentions that they wrote 15 new songs during their time off. Nice segue from a rippin’ Bag into The Asse Festival. Great mid set Bowie complete with an Asse Festival tease and more secret language. Solid versions of Stash and Magilla. Coil closes out set 1 for the first time.

The quality degrades for the start of set 2 but improves a bit after Melt. Solid version of Melt. The debut of Eliza was up next with no introduction. Things fade out after Foam. When the recording comes back in Trey introduces Zero Red Donut Man for another rendition featuring alter ego, Michael McFishman singing Minute by Minute. lol A decent Hood follows Minute by Minute. Possum wraps up set 2 in fine fashion with more secret language. Communication Breakdown makes another appearance after a brief hiatus. Although it’s reported that it was played at a private party over the summer while the band was on break. There’s another cut after Communication Breakdown. The beginning of YEM is cut. Not sure why they chose to patch in the intro from 6/16/90? When The source switches over it’s pretty clear it’s the same source used for this show. They say good night following the vocal jam so I’m pretty confident YEM closes out this show. Fun YEM with an entertaining vocal jam.


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