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Review by TimeFlack
What is worse is the insistence of phish.net to "get people talking" about the show, reviewing the show and advising if you should DL show or not. Really annoying. Opt out insufficient. Just because the world is so narcissistic does not mean our community has to be.
Back to the show. Most average show I have seen in 3.0. Worst of this summer. Really just a phone it in. Tons of technical problems first set, especially the 1st half of 1st set. Love them, would not be there if I did not, but Meh.
3 stars because Phish is never worse than a 3/5!
Ending solo of Wolfman's decent. Second set all way short. Hood good but would like to see it as big as it was 20 years ago.
Almost as if the band wants their fans to know they are sometimes only average.
Tonight will be different, dramatically so.