I honestly can't believe that people are defending this show. Outside of the Moma (and, I guess the SSP), they just didn't play well. Trey had issues on nearly every other song. That's not really up for debate. I didn't care for the song choices on the whole either, but that's a matter of opinion and besides, song choices alone are almost never an indicator of the quality of a Phish show.
Having said that, if you were there, I hope you had a good time. It is possible, after all, - easy, even - to have a great time at a bad Phish show.
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