It was played at 0.69% of live Phish shows.
It was last played March 16, 1993, which was 1002 shows ago.
There have been 1,211 shows since the live debut.
“Secret Language Instructions” has been played approximately once every 145.7 shows.
Since its debut, “Secret Language Instructions” has been played, on average, once every 100.9 shows.
It was played 12 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1992-03-06||The Music Hall||581||2||Poor Heart||Stash||First instructions: Charlie Chan... (How High the Moon tease)|
|1992-03-13||Campus Club||4||2||Possum >||> Possum||Simpsons, All Fall Down, Turn Tu...|
|1992-03-20||Broome County Forum||4||2||Possum >||> Possum||Simpsons, Random Note, Turn Turn...|
|1992-03-28||Variety Playhouse||7||1||Bowie >||> Bowie||Simpsons, Random Note, Turn Turn...|
|1992-04-22||Hilton Ballroom||18||2||Wilson >||> Wilson||Simpsons, All Fall Down, and Tur...|
|1992-04-22||Hilton Ballroom||0||2||Wilson >||> Wilson||Random Note signal introduced.|
|1992-04-29||First Avenue||4||1||Bowie >||> Bowie||Simpsons, Turn Turn Turn, All Fa...|
|1992-05-14||The Capitol Theatre||12||1||Antelope >||> Antelope||Aw Fuck! signal introduced. Simp...|
|1992-05-14||The Capitol Theatre||0||1||Antelope >||> Antelope||Simpsons, Random Note, Turn Turn...|
|1992-11-30||Metropol||56||1||Reba||Antelope||Simpsons, Random Note, All Fall ...|
|1993-02-22||The Moon||33||1||Guelah >||> Guelah||Simpsons and Random Note signals... (Call to the Post tease)|
|1993-03-16||Celebrity Theatre||14||2||Esther >||> Esther||Random Note, Simpsons, and All F...|
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