By Eric | March 12, 2001 11:59 pm
We grabbed Sara and Danielle from Geneseo and trucked to downtown Buffalo. Snake River Conspiracy was up first and were nothing super special. I hate their cover of “How Soon is Now?” even more after seeing it live. Anyway, after about a half hour, APC came out. Paz was up on a pedestal playing violin, and the rest of the band came out and started Renholder. Theyt played everything off the album, and also the Massive Attack remix of 3 Libras before kicking into the real version. Orestes was the highlight for me, as Billy ripped into this amazing guitar solo that he shoulda put on the album. Every song had a marked improvisation from the album, and it made it that much better. Another highlight was their version of a song that is going to end up on Trent Reznor’s project Tapeworm, called Vacant. They closed with Judith, a cover of David Bowie’s Ashes to Ashes, and finished with The Hollow. Great use of the lighting effects and backdrop. A totally great concert!
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