You won't find me doing a lot of intense show reviews here. Most of the time I will highlight certain moments that stand out to me. Sometimes, the band just plays an outstanding run, and there's little criticism that can be applied, unless you are a unhappy jaded fan, or you are an up and coming journalist.
In Atlanta, during the summer of 1999, the band ended up creating arguably one of the most talked about moments in their history. On the 11th anniversary of this much talked about show, I offer up one of my favorite versions of Slave to the Traffic Light. However, you can't have that without the Ghost that it grew out of. The track is one complete file and has had some volume leveling and EQ done. Enjoy.