The very first song was performed by the Orchestra, and it was about a River or something, the Conductor explained, and when you listened to it, it was trippy, at first there were these teensy little high-pitched violin parts and some tinkly icy-sounding chimes, and it needed to be dead fucking quiet inside the hall so you could get lost in it, as it built up with different instruments and got more complicated and deeper and wider. It was really super fucking cool, except for so many chuckleheads getting up outta their seats, Jesus Christ, I can't believe there were that many people who hadda go take a whizz and couldn't just hold off for a coupla minutes so everybody could properly enjoy what I paid 35 fucking dollars to hear, man, I mean, really, it was like a commercial for Overactive Bladder drugs, you know? The doors were opening and closing in the back and letting in the sound from a buncha people out in the lobby who were out there blabbering while the Orchestra was playing this beautiful music in the specially designed Giant Room for Listening to Music while everyone is supposed to sit the fuck down and be quiet, it's not an unreasonable thing to expect, man. Thirty-five dollars, man. And I don't think it was because the first song was about a river and it was the power of suggestion making people head out to micturate.