|Rating: 97% - Submitted by Negative Grape on 2001.02.09 11:26:34 PM|
This disc is indeed representative of what most In Utero shows have to offer. Although there is relatively little audience interaction, Krist manages to conjure up a few funny moments, such as suggesting a connection between the venue name and Zenith televisions.
Aside from the fact that this can be considered a typical In Utero show, it is complete and unedited (the last four tracks are found on the Season in Hell companion Part 2 Disc 2). The sound quality of this audience recording is outstanding and serves as the primary basis for the rating. The signal is well balanced and crisp, and there is very little audience interference.
Other positives of the show include an energetic Lounge Act and a better than usual rendition of The Man Who Sold the World. Overall, this disc is solid in every aspect and the band puts on an enthusiastic performance.
|Rating: 95% - Submitted by Xavi on 2002.05.22 09:58:58 AM|
This concert sounds good, especially Come as you are with all the people singing, the sound isn't clearer as other recordings like Roma but the band plays in this show with more energy.