The band performed this at the Woodstock '99 festival, along with a cover of Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train
And "Crazy Train" pretty much sums up the Woodstock '99 experience. As opposed to earlier attempts to recapture the Woodstock spirit, Woodstock '99 was marked by riots, looting, fires, and reported rapes and assaults. The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Anthony Kiedis compared viewing the fires from the stage while performing with scenes from the film Apocalypse Now
. Riot police broke it up, ending it abruptly. Looking back, one has to wonder what got into people. Y2K jitters?