|2016-07-06||2016-07-06: Posted a review on 2016-07-03 (Saratoga Springs, NY, USA)||2|
|2015-09-11||2015-09-11: Posted a review on 1994-10-29 (Spartanburg, SC, USA)||6|
|2015-08-18||2015-08-18: Posted a review on 2015-08-12 (Philadelphia, PA, USA)||1|
|2015-08-12||2015-08-12: Posted a review on 2015-08-11 (Philadelphia, PA, USA)||0|
|2015-06-16||2015-06-16: Posted a review on 2004-06-17 (Brooklyn, NY, USA)||2|
|2015-06-16||2015-06-16: Commented on Split Open and Melt from 1998-11-06 at Kohl Center||0|
|2015-06-03||2015-06-03: Commented on Gumbo from 2000-06-14 at Drum Logos||1|
|2015-05-18||2015-05-18: Commented on Tweezer from 1994-11-28 at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, Montana State University||1|
|2015-05-02||2015-05-02: Posted a review on 1993-12-30 (Portland, ME, USA)||2|
|2015-04-29||2015-04-29: Commented on the blog, What Are Phish's "Hall of Fame" Jams?||0|
|2015-01-02||2015-01-02: Posted a review on 2000-06-16 (Suminoe-ku, Osaka, , Japan)||-3|
|2014-09-01||2014-09-01: Posted a review on 2014-08-31 (Commerce City, CO, USA)||14|
|2014-07-28||2014-07-28: Posted a review on 2014-07-27 (Columbia, MD, USA)||15|
|2014-05-10||2014-05-10: Posted a review on 1997-12-07 (Dayton, OH, USA)||0|
|2014-04-06||2014-04-06: Posted a review on 2001-12-01 (Boston, MA, USA)||4|
|2014-03-23||2014-03-23: Posted a review on 1997-06-13 (Dublin, , Ireland)||-1|
|2014-03-20||2014-03-20: Posted a review on 1994-06-11 (Morrison, CO, USA)||5|
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