SET 1: Polka Dot Rose, Pseudo Suicide, Little Faces, Rubberneck Lions, Radon Balloon, Army's On Ecstasy, Shadow of a Man, Wield the Spade, Mr. Oysterhead
ENCORE: Birthday Boys, Owner of the World
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Review by Wombat_en_Fuego
I remember arriving at the ballroom somewhat early in hopes of being near the stage. But it turned out the place wasn't that big so we were virtually next to the stage even in the middle of the floor. The songs that stuck out from this show, where I can close my eyes and still envision myself there were: Pseudo Suicide, Shadow of a Man, and Mr. Oysterhead. I forget which song Trey played the antler horns thing, but it was quite hilarious.
I know Trey was in a dark place maybe back then, but the groove forced you to move and enjoy yourself. I'd love to hear these guys again. But if it meant Phish taking a break or quitting, then I'll definitely pass and continue to spin the one album they put out.