Central Florida Fairgrounds • 7/30/99

Ice-T’s set was lacking, in that he really didn’t do all that much singing, and just let some unknown rapper and DJ do all the work — after all, how hard is it to talk in the mic? Another downer was that he insulted the audience to get respect, and then spouted off about how he was more punk than the crowd was, which I will give him credit for, because he has worked with a bunch of bands and people in the industry that could be contrived as being punk. His set wasn’t all bad, because he did make fun of the crowd, which I was doing all day, and the rapper that was on stage with him did do a great job of getting the crowd into the set, but it was just that I was looking forward to seeing him rap.

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