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SawItAgaaain It's still on indeed. Love this take and the perspective. Also, here's to hoping Egg in a Hole is a glimpse of the SciFi slamming yet to come. I think we're sleeping on the goldmine of material that show will turn out to be: Knucklebone and Something Living Here are great boogie vehicles, Egg in a Hole, Howling, and even Don't Doubt Me have perfect monster jam potential, and Inner Reaches of Outer and especially The Unwinding have higher ballad value than most of the candidates from the last few years.

Acknowledging recency bias and the importance of the pandemic-influenced "now", I look around and see the shape of a new golden age (pun intended) that we're living in. Unmatched source material in the band's history and the lessons of millions of notes played together are coming together for something special. The lack of covers (outside of 2001, etc.) really underline how internal and original their inspiration is right now.

I cannot wait for spring and summer tours.


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