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nichobert Personally, I love that puts a wide range of reviewing styles on the front page.

Energy means vastly different things to different people. I have a friend who has been religiously seeing and loving Phish since 1995. His favorite songs? Character Zero, Suzy Greenberg & Golgi. He thinks 3.0 brings the energy in a way that he hasn't seen since his first shows in summer 95 and is glad that they don't clutter up their sets with a bunch of weird spacey improv. I see where he's coming from, and I know he isn't the only one. Every time Phish pushes out into weirdspace you start seeing swaths of the audience losing attention- the same people who are raptly attentive during the composed parts of Golgi which haven't seen any deviation since 1988.

Prince Caspian can be awesome. 12/12/97, 7/31/99 & Bethel 11 in particular really do it for me. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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