|Originally Performed By||The Dude of Life (with Phish)|
|Original Album||Crimes of the Mind (1994)|
|Vocals||The Dude of Life (lead), Phish (backing)|
|Historian||Dan Mielcarz (ColForbin)|
Like in many of his songs, The Dude of Life takes on materialism in his quick rocker “Revolution’s Over.” Played live only once, at The Wetlands Preserve on 9/13/90, “Revolution’s Over” can also be found on Crimes of the Mind, The Dude’s debut album.
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