This show has pretty good sound, a cool setlist, and nice atmosphere. One of my favorite 1994 bootlegs, for sure.
After "Whiskeyclone," Beck plays some acoustic things for everyone. The lost gem "Static 1" gets played, which is always quite gorgeous, as well as "It's All Gonna Come To Be." Beck keeps cracking up during "One Foot In The Grave," before shouting it at the top of his lungs.
"How do you like lollipops?" Beck asks, right before the band explodes into "Loser." "I'm filthy, baby, so why don't you wash me," is the chorus tonight.
At the end of "Asskizz," Beck shouts "I've got the Rollins Power Sauce tonight!" He did do a lot of shouting at this show. Beck sings "Got No Mind" chorus, but it has a few of the "Pay No Mind" verses (and some new adlibbed stuff).
"Spanking Room" shows up too out of nowhere to freak everyone out (or something similar, it's hard to tell with that song sometimes). The closing combo of "Mutherfuker" and "Truckdrivin" is also a killer.
Rare stuff: the only known full grunge band performance of "Mattress," and the only known live version of "Steal My Body Home" (!!!!!!!). (!)