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Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.
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