CSS was up next and they offered up a similar situation. Their show was fun, but did not feel like it made the connection with the audience. They played on a larger portion of their songs than Go!Team, so it wasn't that, but they just did not have the electricity that I had heard they provided in a live setting. It may have been the more subdued nature of their latest release, Donkey, or the fact that the crowd for the Wednesday show had thinned out after Go! Team, but the band offered very few sparks, even on the catchy and fun tracks from their more danceable debut album.
The show was one of those concerts where at a minimum you were going to get a "fun" show, but this show did not prove to be much more. Both headlining bands seemed ill suited to be presenting their songs live and made me pine to hear their excellent albums in all of their glory. Both of these bands have been central components to many a late night drunken dance parties around my neck of the woods, so at least I will always have that to remember them by, even if their live shows are not something I would see again.