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March 20, 1992
26 years ago
Broome County Forum
Set 2: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Sanity, The Sloth, The Mango Song > Cavern, Uncle Pen, Harry Hood, Cold as Ice > Terrapin > Cold as Ice, Possum > Secret Language Instructions > Possum
 Lyric changed to reference "alligator pit."
 Fish on trombone and Simpsons signal.
 Oom Pa Pa and Random Note signals.
 Band and crew nicknames shouted in intro. More names mentioned in ending vocal jam.
 Fish on Bag-Vac.
 Simpsons, Random Note, Turn Turn Turn, and All Fall Down signals introduced with Bowie being played in background.
 Two Simpsons signals and an All Fall Down signal.
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