|A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing,||Debut|
|Dinner and a Movie,||2000-09-29||55 show gap|
|The Curtain With,||2000-09-30||54 show gap|
|Sample in a Jar,||2004-04-17||1 show gap|
|The Moma Dance ->||2004-04-15||3 show gap|
|Free,||2004-04-15||3 show gap|
|Maze,||2003-12-02||8 show gap|
|Frankenstein||2004-04-17||1 show gap|
|46 Days ->||2004-04-15||3 show gap|
|Possum >||2004-04-16||2 show gap|
|The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony >||2003-02-14||44 show gap|
|Suzy Greenberg >||2003-12-28||7 show gap|
|Axilla >||2003-07-18||24 show gap|
|Also Sprach Zarathustra >||2004-04-15||3 show gap|
|Birds of a Feather,||2003-12-30||5 show gap|
|Kung,||2003-12-02||8 show gap|
|Mike's Song >||2003-12-31||4 show gap|
|I Am Hydrogen >||2003-12-31||4 show gap|
|Weekapaug Groove||2003-12-31||4 show gap|
|Divided Sky||2003-12-29||6 show gap|
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