SET 1: Buried Alive > Poor Heart > Cavern, Demand, Split Open and Melt, Sparkle > It's Ice > Catapult > Divided Sky, Sample in a Jar
SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Run Like an Antelope, Fluffhead, Down with Disease > Mound, Ginseng Sullivan, Dog Faced Boy, You Enjoy Myself, Amazing Grace
ENCORE: Good Times Bad Times
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Review by Miguelito
After a fun, but uneventful start, things take off during Melt. I used to take this tune for granted when I felt like I caught it at nearly every show. Now I can really appreciate it when I catch it live, since it's become somewhat rare, and when I listen to it from an older show. This fiery version gets a well-deserved noteworthy mention here on this site. The rest of set I is well-played without too much being noteworthy, although I liked the It's Ice > Catapult bit.
Opening set II, those early 2001s were fun - straightforward and to the point. A great opener here leading to Antelope, which I particularly enjoy when it's not in its usual set-closing position. This is the same set II opening combo we get again on 6.11.94, a show I also just listened to for the first time in years. (Fluffhead follows Antelope on both shows too, interestingly.) This Antelope is an excellent version. I miss the band signals and we get a Simsons signal here. This version arguably deserves noteworthy status too.
The rest of the second set is nothing ground-breaking but is overall very well executed. This is '94, after all, and the band was playing during one of its peaks. This is particularly clear in YEM, which is excellent but doesn't stand out from other versions from this period. The same goes for Fluffhead. I love the tune and this is a very solid version.
My only gripe about the show overall is that the acoustic numbers are nearly inaudible on the audience recording but otherwise this is a very fine, underrated show.