|2022-07-30||2022-07-30: Commented on the blog, Walnut Creek Recap: Big Black Furry Piper From Mars||3|
|2021-09-06||2021-09-06: Commented on the blog, Dicks2 Recap: What We Talk About When We Talk About Dicks||3|
|2021-08-29||2021-08-29: Commented on the blog, Gorge1 Recap: Just As Long As The Guitar Plays||0|
|2021-08-08||2021-08-08: Commented on the blog, Recap: A Tale of Two Nashvilles||0|
|2020-12-17||2020-12-17: Commented on the blog, Interview of Trey Before 12/14/95 Binghamton (Newly Released)||2|
|2020-11-24||2020-11-24: Posted a review on 1990-09-29 (Ardmore, PA, USA)||0|
|2020-01-02||2020-01-02: Commented on the blog, MSG4 NYE Recap: The Curse of Zamfir||22|
|2019-12-01||2019-12-01: Commented on the blog, Providence2 Recap: A Big Black Furry Hot Messy Marsupial Thanksgiving Feast||4|
|2018-11-04||2018-11-04: Commented on the blog, Vegas4 Recap: Falling Back to Normal Moving Time||5|
|2018-11-02||2018-11-02: Commented on the blog, Vegas2 Recap: Blaze On Into Rock||7|
|2018-11-02||2018-11-02: Commented on the blog, Vegas1: You Will Always Remember Where You Were||5|
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