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DryGoods Sale

Posted 2007-02-06 21:25:43 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

We try to stick with news and not be marketers, but several DryGoods (Phish merchandise) items are noteworthy. First, there are several dozen new items that may be of interest. Second, there's a big sale, up to 50% off and some items (mostly stickers, but also includes Mike's OutsideOut video) as low as $1.

11/14/95 Audio & Video Released

Posted 2007-02-05 21:24:31 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Phish has released the University of Central Florida Arena show, in video and audio, via the growing catalog, featuring "crystal clear, mastered soundboard audio". Get the full show in MP3s for 9.95, FLAC files for $12.95, or fifteen videos for $19.95. The videos will play on any player that supports MPEG-4, and users can freely transfer videos onto popular portable video players, including Apple's video iPod. Other recent released include 12/29/07 at Madison Square Garden; and the historic "Headphones Jam", recorded near the beginning of the Undermind album sessions (and from which proceeds go to Ocean's Harbor House in New Jersey)

Trey Indicted on Felony

Posted 2007-02-02 21:31:44 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Photo Trey courtesy of <a href=A Washington County, NY, grand jury filed a felony drug possession charge against Trey yesterday. The degree of the charge is not yet public, but represents an upgrade from misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance and indicates a grand jury finding that there was sufficient evidence for the DA to bring a felony case.As reported earlier (see below), Trey was arrested December 15th with 60 pills (prescribed to someone else) and heroin, after crossing into the wrong lane, while driving with a license that had been suspended because he failed to show up for a previous court date.

Too High to Get Over?

Posted 2007-01-03 21:33:07 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Photo Trey courtesy of <a href=Trey, who performed Michael Jackson's "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" as his first song of 2007, apparently also had heroin in the car when he was stopped and will probably need to go through rehab to avoid jail time.That Jackson tune's final lyrics provide some topical self-help, and perhaps constitute Trey acknowledging and owning his drug problem as steps towards resolving it: "Lift your head up high and scream out to the world, 'I know I am someone', and let the truth unfurl."

Trey apologizes

Posted 2006-12-16 04:33:19 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Trey - whom Glide says is now "a real rock star" - has issued a statement of apology. Several sources (e.g. E! Online) cite an e-mail from his manager saying "I feel terrible about what happened last night" and "I am deeply sorry for any embarrassment I have caused my friends, family and fans." (The apology may have been longer; it was not sent to, and we're only seeing these extracts from it third-hand.)

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