Saturday 06/11/2016 by phishnet

THREE

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Top 3 Origami Shapes

3. Money Carp

2. Pterodactyl


1. Meteor

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, comment by EdwardGRobinson
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, comment by EdwardGRobinson
EdwardGRobinson You can still download these for free here: http://stateofshockstudios.com/phish_paper_toys.html
FYI
, comment by FIKUS0824
FIKUS0824 Why is there a countdown clock on homepage?
, comment by User_11821_
User_11821_ wow, thanks for the link guys - these things are going to make great desk companions.
, comment by buffalo_voice
buffalo_voice That's the magic number.
, comment by johnnyd
johnnyd "Johnny, what do you make of this?"
, comment by SoStupendous
SoStupendous Help.
, comment by Van_Hammersly
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, comment by DirtyHonky
DirtyHonky Meteor made me laugh lol
, comment by johnnyd
johnnyd @johnnyd said:
"Johnny, what do you make of this?"
Well I can make a hat, I can make a broche, a pterodactyl ...
, comment by Philbombs77
Philbombs77 This is quite the rollout for a mere studio album. Well...maybe this studio album is worthy of an 11-day countdown, but historically, what other album besides Rift (or maybe Story) would merit such an illustrious call to commerce?
, comment by jackl
jackl @Philbombs77 said:
This is quite the rollout for a mere studio album. Well...maybe this studio album is worthy of an 11-day countdown, but historically, what other album besides Rift (or maybe Story) would merit such an illustrious call to commerce?
The Siket Disk, definitely.
, comment by Philbombs77
Philbombs77 @jackl said:
@Philbombs77 said:
This is quite the rollout for a mere studio album. Well...maybe this studio album is worthy of an 11-day countdown, but historically, what other album besides Rift (or maybe Story) would merit such an illustrious call to commerce?
The Siket Disk, definitely.
Agreed on the Siket disc, though it was an outgrowth of The Story sessions. It would be great if they could make a cohesive album like Rift or Story that had a compositional, tonal, and narrative flow, but I don't know if they're even seeking to do that anymore. The only reason I listen to any album (authored by a band known for it's live music) is for it's structural cohesion - live renditions of the vast majority of songs will be more captivating than their studio counterparts.
I've always thought it strange that masterpieces like Sgt. Pepper's, Dark Side of the Moon, and Lark's Tongue were called "concept albums" when the only real underlying concept was their fluidity and continuity. I much prefer reading 10 chapters of a novel rather than 10 short stories that have no tangential connection apart from the spine that binds them together. It's not to say I don't own Lawn Boy or Hoist or Farmhouse - it's just that they've collected so much dust, I don't even recall what the studio version of Melt, Gin, DWD, or Twist even sound like anymore. Why bother?
, comment by J_D_G
J_D_G I'm excited for the Top 100 Phish shows ranking that *has* to be headed our way on Monday/Tuesday.
, comment by Icculus
Icculus @J_D_G said:
I'm excited for the Top 100 Phish shows ranking that *has* to be headed our way on Monday/Tuesday.
Delete your account.
, comment by ObviousFool
, comment by DiscoStu
DiscoStu Are we sure it's a meteor and not a Comet?
, comment by Mr_Draned
Mr_Draned Amazing.
, comment by Tela918
Tela918 Countdown to Fall Tour announcement?
, comment by Tela918
Tela918 Diggin' the pterodactyl :)
, comment by Piper72
Piper72 @Philbombs77 said:
This is quite the rollout for a mere studio album. Well...maybe this studio album is worthy of an 11-day countdown, but historically, what other album besides Rift (or maybe Story) would merit such an illustrious call to commerce?
Um...Billy Breathes?
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