|Chalk Dust Torture,||1998-12-30||3 show gap|
|Gumbo,||1998-11-28||7 show gap|
|Sparkle >||1998-12-30||3 show gap|
|Cavern,||1998-12-31||2 show gap|
|Taste,||1998-12-28||5 show gap|
|When the Circus Comes,||1998-12-28||5 show gap|
|Tube >||1999-06-30||1 show gap|
|Funky Bitch,||1998-12-29||4 show gap|
|NICU,||1998-12-31||2 show gap|
|Waste,||1998-08-09||37 show gap|
|Meatstick||1997-06-25||123 show gap|
|Twist >||1998-07-31||44 show gap|
|Piper,||1999-06-30||1 show gap|
|The Moma Dance,||1998-12-30||3 show gap|
|Mountains in the Mist,||Debut|
|Run Like an Antelope >||1998-12-31||2 show gap|
|Contact >||1998-11-11||18 show gap|
|The Little Drummer Boy||1986-12-06||1187 show gap|
|The Little Drummer Boy,||1986-12-06|
|Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?||1995-11-18||242 show gap|
|Harry Hood||1998-12-31||2 show gap|
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