, attached to 2012-12-30

Review by fluffhead108

fluffhead108 This show revels in what has become a rare vintage in the Phish world: Evilness. Straight up, Set II is the goods. Disease slowly works its away around to glorious, uncharted territory (Page's textural work shines), an the Carini is, perhaps, the finest 2012 jam. It may be much shorter than the Dick's Light or 12/28 Tweezer, but holy smokes, does it go deep! Required listening for any and all 3.0 Phish fans. Period.

On top of that, you have arguably the finest Slave in over a decade (outstanding) going back-to-back with a Hood that is, simply, perfect. Maybe it doesn't go outside the box like 12/28/2010, but this Hood is the real deal!

And one last note: Set I's Ya Mar may very well be the finest type I version I've ever heard. Type I perfection doesn't get much attention on the forums, but if there's a single, definitive version of this song (played by any band) this may well be it. Think of it as an on-the-spot studio rendition. Awesome.
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