Soundcheck: Dream On, My Mind’s Got a Mind of its Own, Leprechaun, Daniel Saw the Stone (several times), My Friend My Friend Intro, Punch You in the Eye (x3), The Squirming Coil (x3), Stash, My Friend My Friend, Horn (x2), 2001 (x2), Split Open and Melt, You Enjoy Myself, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, The Horse, Fluffhead Intro, Divided Sky Intro, Silent in the Morning, Reba, Fee, Kashmir
For the entire New Year’s Run, the stage was set up as an aquarium, complete with sand, seaweed, rocks, and a giant clam. Peaches en Regalia (last played June 23, 1989, or 558 shows) was likely played in memory of Frank Zappa, who passed away a few weeks before. Subsequently, Split Open and Melt included Peaches teases. Suzy contained a Tweezer Reprise tease. Auld Lang Syne was teased in Ya Mar. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Possum included Kashmir and Jean Pierre teases. My Friend started out with Trey on acoustic guitar and did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Hood included a Simpsons signal. Memories was performed without microphones.
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