, attached to 1992-01-14

Review by westbrook

westbrook This offers a glimpse into one of the band's practice sessions, but it's really not worth hearing due to the poor recording quality. There is a major chipmunk effect on all of the singing. Maze's form has not been finalized at this point and you can hear Trey giving instructions on what he wants to happen during portions of the song. Sleeping Monkey is especially humorous with chipmunk singing and Trey saying "Sing it out, Toph". Maybe you'll want to hear this because you're a completist, I guess that's why I listened to it, but I don't see any other reason to track it down.
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