Monday 01/13/2020 by ucpete

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 400!

The Mockingbird Foundation and our friends at Osiris present Mystery Jam Monday Part 400! For this momentous occassion - the 400th regular edition of the Mystery Jam Monday series, and the first puzzle of the decade - we've got the puzzles and prizes to match. Let's get down to the nitty gritty:

The Contest
1. be the first (or second, or third) person to email the correct songs and dates of the four mystery jams below to this email address
2. each jam is connected to the next by a theme; you don't need to identify the themes to win, and the themes only connect consecutive jams (not all four)
3. every 72 hours or so, I'll provide another hint until it's been solved - THERE IS NO NEED FOR ANYONE ELSE TO PROVIDE HINTS, PLEASE (that means you, writes one of the answers on the blog bro)
4. EVERYONE, including MJM Hall of Famers, is welcome to participate in this MJM contest

The Prizes
1. first place will have first choice of one of the three prizes; second place will have second choice, and third place will win the remaining prize
2. the three prize options are:
a. one brand new copy of the limited edition Billy Breathes vinyl (RSD release 2018), courtesy of your host and the Mockingbird Foundation, autographed by Phish lyricist Tom Marshall (thanks Osiris!)
b. two screen printed posters (both the blue/red and the orange/blue) by Drew Millward for the 2016 New Year's Eve run at Madison Square Garden, courtesy of fellow MJM Hall of Famer, @wforwumbo, and the Mockingbird Foundation
c. one Osiris limited edition poster autographed by its cofounders, Tom Marshall and RJ Bee, courtesy of our friends at Osiris
3. all three winners will receive a LivePhish MP3 download code as well, courtesy of our friends at Nugs.net / LivePhish.com

The Ask
We couldn't and wouldn't offer such sweet prizes to our readers if it weren't for our love for the Mockingbird Foundation and the support of our friends at Osiris on the sweet prize package. We at phish.net want to keep doing cool giveaways and we won't ever fill this site with ads - how many other sites do that? If you enjoy the mystery jams week in and week out, all we ask in return is that you consider donating to the Mockingbird Foundation to support children's music education. Once you've done that for the kids, do yourself a favor and check out one of the Osiris podcasts if you haven't yet. (I really dug and learned a ton from listening to the recent After Midnight series about Big Cypress, hosted by Jesse Jarnow, and I'm excited to check out the new Freak Flag Flying series from Steve Silberman with David Crosby, as well as the new Dick's Picks series, 36 from the Vault.) Thanks again to our pals at Osiris!

The Clips

Get to it! We'll keep this MJM up until we have our three winners - the field is wide open.

Notes and hints
1. The song in which one of the jams is played is a little dubious - it's one of those instances where LivePhish calls it one song, Phish.net calls it another, and Phish.in calls it another yet. While all three answers for which song it is will be accepted (assuming you've got the correct show of course), for the sake of the thematic link to the previous clip, I am considering the Phish.in song label to be the correct one.
2. Of the four clips, at least one comes from 1.0, at least one comes from 2.0, and at least one comes from 3.0 - all four were played between 1995 and 2015.

Answer:
We have a winner! Huge congratulations to @ghostboogie, who was the first contestant to track down all four MJM400 tracks: 12/28/97 "Axilla," 11/1/14 "Lengthwise," 4/15/04 "Down with Disease," and 11/19/98 "Rock and Roll." Amazingly, @ghostboogie identified all the clips correctly while not realizing there was no theme connecting all four clips - instead, each clip was connected to the next by a (different) theme: "Axilla" and "Lengthwise" both debuted on 11/19/92, 11/1/14 and 4/15/04 were both played in Las Vegas, and the 4/15/04 "Down with Disease" and 11/19/98 "Rock and Roll" both followed early second-set renditions of "Also Sprach Zarathustra" (aka "2001"). And if you want to get really fancy, the fourth clip connects back around to the first (tenuously) by the fact that they're the only two shows featuring "Cities" > "The Curtain" > "Sample in a Jar" segments, played early in the first set of both shows. With his latest big win, @ghostboogie ties @RabeldyNugs and @pauly for the most MJM wins all time (10), and now sits atop the leaderboard for most clips identified in MJMs (25). His MJM400 win will undoubtedly sit in his trophy case alongside his MJM: Championship Edition win and MJM250 win, and cements his legacy as one of, if not the most succesful MJMer of all time.

Congrats also to our second and third place finishers, @12_29_97_4eva and @bl002e, who both turned in correct responses within 24 hours of @ghostboogie - these two contestants are Hall of Famers in their own right, and will take home their much-deserved pieces of the prize pool too. Thanks for playing along with us each week, and here's to another 400 mystery jams over the next decade! I hope to have MJM401, a single-clipper, ready to drop on Monday the 27th.

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Comments

, comment by Zands
Zands Wonderful to see y'all again, MJM friends! Hope the break went well and that whatever holiday you celebrate was fantastic! I look forward to another year of puzzles with y'all
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez Those last 2 clips can suck it.
, comment by kidrob
kidrob Well too bad for me the 400th wasn’t the easy one for the month! The only time I really ever think I have a chance. As always, I enjoy listening to the clips.
, comment by PhreePhish
PhreePhish That's fine. I didn't need to sleep this week anyway.
, comment by WayIFeel
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, comment by linger_slowMelt_away
linger_slowMelt_away but but but I LIKE the hints in the comments. I can never figure these out at all
, comment by justino
justino Me: gets one clip in five minutes.
Also me: spends five hours looking in all the wrong places for the other three.
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 I believe I am at the 5th stage of MJM hunting; the one where you start to plead with a very similar jam to change its notes ever so slightly to match the actual jam.
, comment by drshaws
drshaws This is great - 400th MJM the same week as the 40th anniversary of the MIT Mystery Hunt. Both are VERY hard.
https://www.mit.edu/~puzzle/nexthunt.html
, comment by A_Buddhist_Prodigy
A_Buddhist_Prodigy So, I think I know a year of one of the clips! That should count for something, right? I like the format, though!
, comment by deathmetalhippy
deathmetalhippy I am kind of sort of sure I know the last two clips!
, comment by ghostboogie
ghostboogie definitely know the 1st & 4th clips... struggling with the middle two though! nice job on this one, pete!
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @ghostboogie said:
definitely know the 1st & 4th clips... struggling with the middle two though! nice job on this one, pete!
I believe you’re the first to hit the halfway mark

I love that so many emeriti are competing on this one, it’s like the Jeopardy GOAT tournament up in here!
, comment by A_Buddhist_Prodigy
A_Buddhist_Prodigy @UCPete We are really ready for your cleaver-but-not-really-helpful-hints-that-only-make-sense-after-you-have-given-the-answers-and-explained-the-hints hint!!
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @A_Buddhist_Prodigy said:
@UCPete We are really ready for your cleaver-but-not-really-helpful-hints-that-only-make-sense-after-you-have-given-the-answers-and-explained-the-hints hint!!
Multiple the number of goo balls consumed at the Clifford Ball by the sum of beers consumed and porta potties at IT. Take the square root of that to get the attendance number of the show from Jam 3.
, comment by PhreePhish
PhreePhish @mcgrupp81 said:
@A_Buddhist_Prodigy said:
@UCPete We are really ready for your cleaver-but-not-really-helpful-hints-that-only-make-sense-after-you-have-given-the-answers-and-explained-the-hints hint!!
Multiple the number of goo balls consumed at the Clifford Ball by the sum of beers consumed and porta potties at IT. Take the square root of that to get the attendance number of the show from Jam 3.
Um, no one told me math would be involved!
, comment by WayIFeel
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, comment by ucpete
ucpete First hint coming tomorrow!

24 hours till @ghostboogie takes his pick of the prize litter? ;)
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez @A_Buddhist_Prodigy said:
@UCPete We are really ready for your cleaver-but-not-really-helpful-hints-that-only-make-sense-after-you-have-given-the-answers-and-explained-the-hints hint!!
only makes sense after you have given the answers AND explained the hint....NAILED IT
, comment by ucpete
ucpete A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.

LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.

Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.

In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle - my bad!)
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @ucpete said:
A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.

LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.

Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.

In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle! - my bad!)
Where was this post late last night! I figured what you stated here was what you were trying to communicate originally, but I figured it was worth it to attempt to connect a few dots. Is this a hint that one of the jams is Ha Ha Ha?
, comment by justino
justino @ucpete said:
A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.

LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.

Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.

In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle! - my bad!)
I'm just happy that I found a show the meets these criteria. I mean, it's the wrong one, but I found something!
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @justino said:
@ucpete said:
A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.

LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.

Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.

In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle - my bad!)
I'm just happy that I found a show the meets these criteria. I mean, it's the wrong one, but I found something!
Classic MJMer behavior:
"Pete's laughing at us right now and he's making all this shit up, it's got to be Ha Ha Ha > Fuck Your Face"
"I know, I'll use Pete's overkill clarifications as search criteria!"
"Is the theme 'Jams from shows where the LivePhish and phish.net setlists have discrepancies'??"
"I should remove the letters A, B, and C from Pete's comment and read it again, backwards"

, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @ucpete said:
@justino said:
@ucpete said:
A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.

LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.

Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.

In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle - my bad!)
I'm just happy that I found a show the meets these criteria. I mean, it's the wrong one, but I found something!
Classic MJMer behavior:
"Pete's laughing at us right now and he's making all this shit up, it's got to be Ha Ha Ha > Fuck Your Face"
"I know, I'll use Pete's overkill clarifications as search criteria!"
"Is the theme 'Jams from shows where the LivePhish and phish.net setlists have discrepancies'??"
"I should remove the letters A, B, and C from Pete's comment and read it again, backwards"

Sounds like the type of logic implemented by that short, bald guy from The Princess Bride when trying to decide which cup held the poison. The fact that I am still trying to figure out these jams is INCONCEIVABLE!
, comment by justino
justino "Classic MJMer behavior:
"Pete's laughing at us right now and he's making all this shit up, it's got to be Ha Ha Ha > Fuck Your Face"
"I know, I'll use Pete's overkill clarifications as search criteria!"
"Is the theme 'Jams from shows where the LivePhish and phish.net setlists have discrepancies'??"
"I should remove the letters A, B, and C from Pete's comment and read it again, backwards"

Sounds about right @ucpete. Get out of my head, man!
, comment by HarborSeal
HarborSeal This is actually a pretty good extra hint. Gave me the relevant clip, and a little theme-related info too! Still the only clip I've found, though.

Great fun to be playing again. Thanks as always, guys.

@ucpete said:
A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.

LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.

Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.

In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle - my bad!)
, comment by ucpete
ucpete Taking the temperature here to see if I need to drop another hint sooner (tomorrow? Saturday?) rather than later - sounds like multiple folks have ID’d the first clip, at least one has ID’d the second clip, at least one has ID’d the last clip, but no one has ID’d the third clip?

Can’t be too far off from our first winner...
, comment by justino
justino @ucpete said:
Taking the temperature here to see if I need to drop another hint sooner (tomorrow? Saturday?) rather than later - sounds like multiple folks have ID’d the first clip, at least one has ID’d the second clip, at least one has ID’d the last clip, but no one has ID’d the third clip?

Can’t be too far off from our first winner...
I (still) only have the first clip, but I think I know the years for each of the other three. Even if I am way off, I am still rediscovering some gems. It would be cool, AFTER the contest, to see what jams other people came across. I know I have a list.
, comment by 12_29_97_4eva
12_29_97_4eva I've got the first and third clips and I'll be damned if I don't know what year the second is from, but I also said that two days ago, and here I am, still at it...
, comment by 12_29_97_4eva
12_29_97_4eva I'm now 3 for 4 but for the life of me I can't figure out what connects each jam to one another, making it no easier to find the final jam.
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @12_29_97_4eva said:
I'm now 3 for 4 but for the life of me I can't figure out what connects each jam to one another, making it no easier to find the final jam.
Dude, I am 2 of 4 and Hint 1 has led to some interesting interpretations and fruitless rabbit holes! If I ever find Jam 4, I'm going to stomp on its face.
, comment by TwiceBitten
TwiceBitten God Phish is so sick. MJM reminds me of that. I have clip no.1 right off the bat. Not sure if this Hall of Famer is going to spend the time trying to figure out the rest though. I do want to know what no.2 is real bad.
, comment by ghostboogie
ghostboogie i'm currently in the same spot as @12_29_97_4eva

i have #1, #2, & #4, but can't figure out the theme, and #3 is still driving me crazy

can't wait to be done with this lol...
, comment by 12_29_97_4eva
12_29_97_4eva @GhostBoogie - I'll trade you #3 for #4 and we can cut the signed Tom Marshall record in half. Deal?

@Ucpete - I kid, I kid.
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @12_29_97_4eva said:
@GhostBoogie - I'll trade you #3 for #4 and we can cut the signed Tom Marshall record in half. Deal?

@Ucpete - I kid, I kid.
Ucpete does Cosplay as King Solomon, so he might be jazzed about resolving this hypothetical scenario.
, comment by Agentphish
Agentphish Quite the stumper going here. Congrats to whoever nails it.
, comment by lostboy01
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, comment by ucpete
ucpete It has come to my attention that some folks are looking for a theme that connects all four jams - there isn’t one

Per the OP:
“each jam is connected to the next by a theme; you don't need to identify the themes to win, and the themes only connect consecutive jams (not all four)”

In other words: there is a theme that connects the first jam to the second, the second jam to the third, and the third jam to the fourth; but those are different themes!

By way of example:
1) 12/30/19 Tweezer
2) 12/30/99 Mike’s Song
3) 11/14/95 Stash
4) 8/28/93 Stash

1-2: 12/30 jams
2-3: Florida jams
3-4: Stash jams

P.S. we have our first correct answer!
, comment by ucpete
ucpete P.P.S. and then there were two!
, comment by bl002e
bl002e @ucpete said:
P.P.S. and then there were two!
Well, shit -- guess you can call me Trey, then!
, comment by ucpete
ucpete Pencils down - we've got our three!

Will update blog shortly. Thanks for playing!!

(Answers + winners on results spreadsheet)
, comment by bl002e
bl002e @mcgrupp81 said:
I believe I am at the 5th stage of MJM hunting; the one where you start to plead with a very similar jam to change its notes ever so slightly to match the actual jam.
LMFAO

Which clip was this for you? I kept wanting clip 4 to be the 10/31/98 Lonesome Cowboy Bill. So similar.
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @ucpete said:
Pencils down - we've got our three!

Will update blog shortly. Thanks for playing!!

(Answers + winners on results spreadsheet)
Well done boys. I only got the Axilla and DWD. When I saw the 11-19-92 debut on the Axilla song history, I didn't think to investigate it. That show is actually one of my favorites and I've listened to the Foam and Divided Sky from there over a 100 times easy. Not to go on a tangent, but I had an AUD copy of that show, and you can hear a guy go "This is cool" in a way that expresses that this was his first Phish show and likely his first intro to the full Phish arsenal. He got IT right away!

Getting back on track, in the hunt for Jam 2, instead of going the debut route, I was thinking in terms of Axilla = Armpit = Armpit of America = NJ = check out NJ jams. And then thinking too literally about it, Axilla is "connected" to your Limb so check out some Limb by Limb jams. That jam 4 was a killer too. Y'all going to have me twitch out any time I hear Trey use the reverse delay effect going forward! I went through Fall 98 and even checked out that show so I don't know how I missed it. When I got to that show, I remember joking to myself that they could do a cigarette themed MJM (i.e. Winston-Salem, Newport.. Music Hall, etc.). When I couldn't find the jam in '99 or '00, I thought I was in going to be in search hell given the reverse delay effect has been used sporadically outside of 1.0. C'est la vie. If we make it to MJM500, I'll make sure to take a few days off work in advance. If anything, I had a chance to listen to a TON of stuff I hadn't heard in a while and had one or two flashes like I had been there before, been there before. Truly awesome job by those who thoughtfully put this together. Peace.
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @bl002e said:
@mcgrupp81 said:
I believe I am at the 5th stage of MJM hunting; the one where you start to plead with a very similar jam to change its notes ever so slightly to match the actual jam.
LMFAO

Which clip was this for you? I kept wanting clip 4 to be the 10/31/98 Lonesome Cowboy Bill. So similar.
Spot on. That was one of the first jams I checked out. I also figured I check out the 7/31/99 Caspian and the other songs from that show, and found a really nice Simple that was close as well.
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @bl002e said:
@mcgrupp81 said:
I believe I am at the 5th stage of MJM hunting; the one where you start to plead with a very similar jam to change its notes ever so slightly to match the actual jam.
LMFAO

Which clip was this for you? I kept wanting clip 4 to be the 10/31/98 Lonesome Cowboy Bill. So similar.
@12_29_97_4eva said the *exact* same thing!
, comment by ucpete
ucpete Super impressive showing by the Hall of Famers this week.

I love the weekly pursuit and the influx of new blood - they’re the reason I keep churning out puzzles (and because, as @TwiceBitten mentioned, it’s always great to be reminded how freakin awesome Phish is, playing or hosting or just following along) - but holy shit is it awesome to see our winningest competitors bring their A games back to the blahg.

Maybe we should do a GOAT tournament, a la Jeopardy. Just need to figure out the format that makes it fairest and funnest...
, comment by justino
justino "Getting back on track, in the hunt for Jam 2, instead of going the debut route, I was thinking in terms of Axilla = Armpit = Armpit of America = NJ = check out NJ jams"

@Mcgrupp81, this is some of the best logic I have ever seen! Fuckin' love it.
, comment by justino
justino Here's me when I think I have deciphered @ucpete's hints:

, comment by justino
justino Here's a short list of some of the places I looked:

10/27/95 Simple -- Might be my new favorite under ten minute Simple
11/22/95 Free -- last fifteen minutes of this gem are so patient
9/9/99 Stash

Not even close, but damn did I have fun going back to shows I haven't listened to in years.
, comment by phishroc
phishroc Damn, I remember winning this thing when there was no prize at all! How far we've come.
, comment by lysergic
lysergic best MJM ever
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