|Soul Shakedown Party,||2003-02-28||32 show gap|
|Halley's Comet ->||2003-07-27||15 show gap|
|Tweezer,||2003-12-28||5 show gap|
|Ginseng Sullivan >||2000-09-12||64 show gap|
|Horn >||2003-12-02||6 show gap|
|Sample in a Jar,||2003-12-28||5 show gap|
|Piper ->||2003-12-29||4 show gap|
|Frankenstein >||2003-12-31||2 show gap|
|David Bowie||2003-12-28||5 show gap|
|Meatstick,||2003-08-02||11 show gap|
|Pebbles and Marbles >||2003-08-03||10 show gap|
|Prince Caspian ->||2003-07-27||15 show gap|
|Simple >||2003-12-31||2 show gap|
|Friday,||2003-12-28||5 show gap|
|Ghost,||2003-12-29||4 show gap|
|You Enjoy Myself ->||2003-12-31||2 show gap|
|Tweezer Reprise||2003-12-28||5 show gap|
|Wolfman's Brother,||2003-12-29||4 show gap|
|The Squirming Coil||2003-12-29||4 show gap|
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