The Bowie intro contained Simpsons, Aw Fuck!, and Oom Pa Pa signals. This four-day festival featured over 100 bands, including Nirvana, Faith No More, and David Byrne. The date of Phish’s performance has often been erroneously reported as June 27, 1992.
Debut Years (Average: 1989)
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This show was part of the "1992 Summer European Tour"

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, attached to 1992-06-28

Review by Mikesgroover

Mikesgroover Brad Sands talks about this show on Tom's "Under the Scales' podcast as being the impetus and genesis of Trey's idea that Phish should hold it's own festival. Also important to note the context of Phish's performance was that Nirvana was the headliner at the height of the band's popularity. Pearl Jam also played.
, attached to 1992-06-28

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill After a couple of good sets in Germany the boys roll on to Denmark for a slightly longer one. Pretty good bootleg once the mix gets dialed in. Paul is probably on the fly again.

Jim is a good opener but the vocals are really low in the mix and Fish and then Page are really loud. Good jam though. Foam is ok, but has a few rough spots in the middle before Page's solo. Sparkle is good. Trey sounds a little out of tune during a tight Reba. He seems to pull it together by the end. Maze is good again. A real stand out among the new material. ATR sounds a little off, especially Trey, since it's been a while for this one. A good ripping Chalkdust makes up for it nicely. Bouncing is good. Uncle Pen hangs in for a third show in a row. Which brings us to the first European Bowie including secret language signals. Almost sounds like there is an abandoned finger scrape signal in there. Bowie itself is good, not great.

Actual encores tonight with Fish being introduced as "The Master of the World" during IDK, complete with Trey on drums. GTBT is a nice wrap up song tonight.

Good set and good energy tonight with a few rough spots.
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