|Fee >||1995-06-17||5 show gap|
|Rift,||1995-06-19||4 show gap|
|Spock's Brain,||1995-06-20||3 show gap|
|Julius,||1995-06-17||5 show gap|
|Glide,||1994-12-31||15 show gap|
|Mound,||1995-06-17||5 show gap|
|Stash,||1995-06-17||5 show gap|
|The Horse >||1995-06-14||8 show gap|
|Silent in the Morning,||1995-06-14||8 show gap|
|The Squirming Coil||1995-06-16||6 show gap|
|Also Sprach Zarathustra >||1995-06-14||8 show gap|
|Halley's Comet >||1995-06-20||3 show gap|
|David Bowie,||1995-06-19||4 show gap|
|Lifeboy,||1995-06-08||12 show gap|
|Suzy Greenberg,||1995-06-17||5 show gap|
|Harry Hood,||1995-06-17||5 show gap|
|Acoustic Army,||1995-06-22||2 show gap|
|Sweet Adeline,||1995-06-22||2 show gap|
|Golgi Apparatus||1995-06-13||9 show gap|
|Bold As Love||1995-06-16||6 show gap|
December 09, 1997
19 years ago
Bryce Jordan Center, Penn State University
 Brief return to the Axilla theme.
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