The Dude on the Left says...
The hometown hero's return to kick some ass. This was the one
band that was probably big enough to play the main stage (in
popularity I mean, there's only two of them), but I think it was a
better choice to put them on the second stage. They were definitely
the crowd favorite. The mosh pit engulfed the entire area around the
stage within two songs. I bid Cooter a hasty goodbye as he headed to
crowd-surf while I found a little saner spot stage left. They
cranked through all their hits including a way cool version
"All the Kids are Right". I've seen them and I still don't
know how two guys can make all that music.
The Dude on the Right says...
Again, ditto what he said. Coming off of the disappointment of
Silverchair, I was really looking forward to Local H. I remember
seeing them before and wondering how two dudes can kick so much ass,
and after seeing them again I still wonder the same. Here's a band
that should be getting more airplay than they are getting, should be
getting more support than they are, but they got the crowd nearly