|Originally Performed By||Phish|
"Lazy and Red" is a song on The Victor Disc, a compilation of instrumental studio outtakes recorded in December 2002 and similar in concept to The Siket Disc. Where The Siket Disc consists mainly of ambient sheets of sound and represents Phish at arguably their most experimental, The Victor Disc contains more accessible, straight-ahead Phish jamming (relatively speaking; it's still two plus hours of completely improvisational jams). The Victor Disc has not been officially released (though it circulates unofficially among fans) and none of the "songs" on The Victor Disc have been performed live.
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