|Chalk Dust Torture,||2003-02-24||3 show gap|
|The Moma Dance,||2003-02-26||2 show gap|
|Foam,||2003-01-03||12 show gap|
|Lawn Boy,||2003-02-18||7 show gap|
|Character Zero >||2003-02-25||2 show gap|
|Divided Sky,||2003-02-18||7 show gap|
|Mountains in the Mist,||2003-02-22||5 show gap|
|Waves >||2003-02-26||2 show gap|
|Sample in a Jar||2003-02-24||3 show gap|
|Rock and Roll >||2003-02-20||7 show gap|
|Wilson >||2003-02-21||5 show gap|
|Piper >||2003-02-22||5 show gap|
|Also Sprach Zarathustra >||2003-02-21||5 show gap|
|Wolfman's Brother ->||2003-02-24||3 show gap|
|Boogie On Reggae Woman,||2003-02-21||6 show gap|
|Wading in the Velvet Sea >||2003-02-21||6 show gap|
|Run Like an Antelope,||2003-02-21||5 show gap|
|Carolina||1998-11-18||143 show gap|
|First Tube >||2000-10-07||15 show gap|
|You Enjoy Myself ->||2003-02-26||1 show gap|
|Proud Mary||1983-12-02||1362 show gap|
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