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I waited almost 20 years to see them I wanted to I just couldn’t and it was amazing. 18 songs plus a 5 song encore. Band songs venue all spectacular.
Karnak from Albany, New York
ADD AT THE PALACE
Like everyone else here said, the
sound was terrible. All I could hear
was the bass really all else was a
mush. Song selection was great, yet
frustrated I could barely hear it. I
have to say Brock seemed to rush
through the songs. Maybe that was a
head space thing, digestive troubles,
no idea. Not going to assume
I have not seen MM in over 10 years,
but Brock brought a lot more energy
to those earlier
performances. Cowboy Dan without
that anger just didn’t seem quite
I think Trailer Trash was one of the
more successful songs of the night as
far as the band feeling present for it.
Perhaps the crowd was too.
I will say the crowd vibe was definitely
off. People seemed more interested
in talking loud amongst themselves,
selfies, texting, getting up and milling
about. It was like everyone had ADD.
Weirdest show I have been to in that
So in some ways, I can see why he
would want to rush through it.
Matt from Albany, New York
This was truly a pathetic show. No energy. Sound was messed up. Literally could not
understand one word. No encore. None of the best songs. Truly a waste of time and a
money grab by this band....
G from Norfolk, Virginia
I don't know if it was the venue or the band but
both modest mouse and the opening band
sounded absolutely awful. Painful electric hum
drowned out all the music and you couldn't
understand any vocals over the feedback from
the system. really disappointed. My date was
having a good time so I ignored it, but I'd have
left a couple songs in otherwise.
Sad to say this was the worst concert I've ever
Noelle from Albany, New York
The sound was awful, and the band looked like they really didn't want to be there. I was
Dennis Evans from Albany, New York
OMG... SO BAD!
I have been a huge fan since the early 2000's... Got tickets the minute they were on
sale, got third row seats and could not wait to see them! I was bringing my Son, My
daughter and son in law were all going! It was going to be an awesome experience!
Not to be!
The audio was not understandable, The sound distorted, the song selection was
terrible! They had to take a break to try and fix things and that did not work, They
came back out... finished a couple songs, then left, they made it seem like an encore
was coming, but they just didn't bother to come out again. Just collected the Concert
Money and left! I even noticed small things that were bothering... Not tuning a guitar
until before a song... He is up there and taking time between songs to tune while
everyone waits... The flow and show all sucked... I had waited 20 years to see them
and wish I never went!
Roy M from Albany, New York
BAD, BAD, BAD SHOW
Warning: Don't waste your money! I love MM, but the Albany, NY show was horrible. From the other reviews, it sounds like it's the same at every venue. Couldn't make out a word they said, but generally, there was no audience involvement at all. They just stood there and played their songs, some of which I could barely recognize. About 3/4 through, they left the stage so the techs could fix an audio problem. 20 minutes later, they came back, played a few more songs and then just quit. No real encore, unless that was it, and no buildup to a grand finish like good performers do. Also, how do they not even play Float On, their biggest hit? I still love their studio produced output, but this is one band that should never be seen live.
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