Drums and Tuba opened. Trey was dressed in Fish’s frock, Les wore a pig mask, and Stewart donned camo paint to celebrate Halloween. “God Bless America” and the cover of The Kinks “All Day and All of the Night” were Oysterhead debuts. “Army’s on Ecstasy” contained a “Tomorrow Never Knows” tease. “Birthday Boys” featured Trey singing lines from a number of covers that Fish often performs with Phish: “Love You,” “Bike,” and “Cracklin’ Rosie.” “Owner of the World” included a “Stash” tease.
Teases
Tomorrow Never Knows tease in Army's On Ecstacy, Love You, Bike, and Cracklin' Rosie quotes in Birthday Boys, Stash tease in Owner of the World

This show was part of the "Oysterhead - The Grand Pecking Order"

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, attached to 2001-10-31

Review by CornFromAJar

CornFromAJar This show was a lot of fun. Trey was wearing Fishman's dress for Halloween. I hung out with the tapers all night.
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