Where can you hear the band Phish play the song "Gin and Juice"? ... You can't.
This song has not been performed or recorded by the Vermont band Phish. It was originally done by Dr. Dre, Snoop, and a NYC hip-hop artist named Phish (who is also featured on backup vocals for Dre's "What's the Difference", track 7 on Dr. Dre 2001). The song has been covered by a bluegrass band from Texas called the Gourds, and recordings of their version have sometimes been incorrectly labelled as by Phish.
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