On the other hand, what could possibly be more out there - more acid-drenched than El Paso at the end of the dark star? I mean, if Dark Star is about breaking down musical, emotional, pyshological, lyrical barriers and creating a space and language that is both unique and original to both the band and the actual "real time" that the music is happening in, then El Paso certainly fits. Sure, Dark Star>Morning Dew or Dark Star>Eye of The World looks "better" on paper - but to be true to the spirit of the music as it is being played, sometimes Dark Star has to go into El Paso. Just my 1.5 cents worth . . .