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lysergic I also want to add that I'm a fan of Caspian. It's a great song. Simple, fun, sometimes jammed out.

I'm a fan of Farmhouse, too. I liked it before I got obsessed with the band. It's like a lullaby for grownups.

Then there's BDTNL, which I love. Clever lyrics. Really fun to play on guitar. Nice jam at the end. Just a great, upbeat song. And more than that, to me it's symbolic of the totality of 3.0, because it was written during the period when it wasn't clear whether the band would reunite. Presumably Trey loves it so much partly because it helped bring Phish back into existence.

I'm not trying to convince anyone else to like these songs. I really don't care. I just am trying to counterbalance the imaginary "consensus" some people assume around these songs. The author of this recap describes the audience as charitably masking their distaste for these tunes. Perhaps some people actually enjoyed them? 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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