Setlists Matching Country: Japan, All Artists

Soundcheck: “Zepp Osaka” Jam, Jam, Jam, Twist Jam, “I Can’t Wait to Go Back Home” Jam, Another One Bites the Dust Jam

SET 1: Limb By Limb, Back on the Train > Sample in a Jar, First Tube > Golgi Apparatus, Heavy Things, Dirt > My Sweet One, Reba, Character Zero

SET 2: Runaway Jim -> Theme From the Bottom -> Dog Faced Boy, Driver > Slave to the Traffic Light > Julius, Bug

ENCORE: Bouncing Around the Room > Harry Hood


Reba was preceded by a brief Bowie tease.

Soundcheck: Heavy Things, Uncle Pen, The Happy Whip and Dung Song, Windora Bug

SET 1: NICU > Chalk Dust Torture, AC/DC Bag > Uncle Pen, Ghost, Frankie Says, Divided Sky, Farmhouse

SET 2: Down with Disease[1] > The Lizards, Bike > Hold Your Head Up, You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: Gotta Jibboo


Ghost contained Oh Happy Day teases from Trey. Disease included a Birdland tease and was unfinished. Bike was preceded by a vacuum solo and followed by several runs through the HYHU theme, with each faster than the one before it. The soundcheck's The Happy Whip and Dung song contained lyrics and Windora Bug included alternate "we got really drunk last night" lyrics and a Lively Up Yourself tease from Mike.

Soundcheck: Live and Let Die Jam, 007 Theme Jam, Windora Bug (with alternate "Carini" lyrics), Funky Bitch

SET 1: Carini, The Curtain > Cities[1], Gumbo -> Llama, Fee, Heavy Things, Split Open and Melt

SET 2: Back on the Train, Twist > Jam -> Walk Away -> Also Sprach Zarathustra

ENCORE: Sleep, The Squirming Coil


Trey altered the lyrics in Cities to reference noodles. Gumbo contained a Mystery Achievement tease from Mike. Fee included a tease of the Oriental Riff from Fish, who played it on the woodblock during one of his breaks. Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Split Open and Melt. The jam between Twist and Walk Away included a segment based on the intro to Ghost. Sleep was played by request. This show was officially released as Live Phish 04. The soundcheck's Funky Bitch contained Spanish Moon teases from Mike.

Soundcheck: Ginseng Sullivan, Funk Jam -> Crossroads, “Say My Name/Oh Yeah!” Jam

SET 1: Meat, Maze, Meat Reprise, Ya Mar, Fast Enough for You, The Old Home Place > Wilson > Mike's Song > Simple > Weekapaug Groove

SET 2: Gotta Jibboo, Wolfman's Brother, Run Like an Antelope[1] -> Contact > Sand, Roggae > Prince Caspian > Rocky Top > Cavern[2]

ENCORE: Brian and Robert, Good Times Bad Times


Cavern included the older, alternate lyrics and a drawn-out, feedback-enhanced ending. Mike's Song ended with a Peaches en Regalia tease from Fish. Before Jibboo and after Wolfman’s the band teased Is She Really Going Out with Him? The audience sang along at one point and tried in vain to convince Phish to play the song in its entirety. Antelope was unfinished – Mike segued into a funky version of Contact right before the “Rye, Rye, Rocco” lyric segment.


Possum included Stash teases. A large rainbow formed over the theatre and cleared during the encore. The opening act was Big Frog.

The Moma Dance included Funky Bitch teases and Tweezer included Funk #49 teases. This was the first ever Meatstick to feature Japanese lyrics and Trey flubbed the words while attempting to sing them. Bouncing included a brief outro solo from Trey, which replaced the usual closing guitar lick. This show was re-broadcast on Japanese television.

This show was part of the Fuji Rock Festival and took place on the Field of Heaven stage. Moma contained brief Wilson teases and Tweezer included a Velvet Sea tease. The Wedge contained a Stash tease from Trey.

This show is currently available on LivePhish.com with proceeds benefiting the Japan earthquake relief effort. The show was part of the Fuji Rock Festival and took place on the Field of Heaven stage. Mike teased Split Open and Melt before 2001. The encore began with Tibetan monk Nawang Khechog discussing the then-current situation in Tibet. The ensuing jam featured Fish on vacuum and Khechog on horn. Subsequently, Brian and Robert featured Khechog on wooden flute.

This early afternoon set took place on the Green Stage of the Fuji Rock Festival that also included Blur, Catatonia, Chemical Brothers, Fountains of Wayne, Underworld, and ZZ Top. The set was webcast live. Before PYITE, Trey apologized for not speaking the language and brought out a translator who addressed the crowd in Japanese.

This show was part of the Fuji Rock Festival and took place on the Field of Heaven stage. Ghost contained Brick House teases. Before Bike, Fish told the crowd that he would play guitar instead of vacuum because the Electrolux vacuum did not make the trip to Japan. Afterwards, Trey said that the song was meant to impress Yoshimi, the drummer from The Boredoms, because Fish has “a crush on her.”

SET 1: What's The Use?


This soundcheck took place on the Field of Heaven stage and preceded Phish's performances at the Fuji Rock Festival. It is currently available on LivePhish.com (along with July 31, 1999) with proceeds benefiting the Japan earthquake relief effort.
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