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AC/DC – Back In Black

Aerosmith – Toys In The Attic

Arcade Fire – Funeral

Black Sabbath – Paranoid

Blind Faith – Blind Faith

Bob Dylan And The Band – the Basement Tapes

Bob Seger – Against The Wind

Boston – Boston

Brian Eno – Before And After Science

CCR - Green River

Chicago – Chicago I

Curtis Mayfield – Soundtrack to Superfly

David Bowie – Hunky Dory

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust

David Bowie Scary Monsters

Declan McManus – This Year’s Model

Devo – Freedom of Choice

Duran Duran – Rio

Dylan – Blood On the Tracks

Elton John – goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Eric Clapton – 461 Ocean Blvd

fIREHOSE – flyin’ the flannel

Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

Frank Zappa – Hot Rats

Genesis – The Lambs Lie Down On Broadway

Grateful Dead – American Beauty

Guns & Roses – Appetite For Destruction

Hall & Oates – Private Eyes

Huey Lewis And The News – Sports

Jane’s Addiction – Ritual de Lo Habitual

Jimi Hendrix – Are You Experienced?

Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland

John Lennon – Plastic Ono Band

Jonathon Richmond and The Modern Lovers – The Modern Lovers

Journey - Escape

KI$$ - Alive II

King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic

Led Zeppelin – I

Led Zeppelin – IV (Zoso)

Leonard Cohen – I’m Your Man

LOVE – Forever Changes

Manu Chao – Clandestino

Medeski Martin & Wood - Shack Man

Metallica – Master Of Puppets

MGMT – Oracle Spectacular

Michael Jackson – Thiller

Michael McDonald – If That’s What It Takes

Miles Davis – A Tribute To Jack Johnson

Minutemen – Double Nickels On The Dime

Neil Young – Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

Neil Young – Tonight’s The Night

Nirvana – Nevermind

Pavement – Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

Pearl Jam - 10

Peter Gabriel – So

Pink Floyd – Meddle

Pink Floyd – The Wall

Pork Tornado – Pork Tornado

Primus – Sailing The Seas Of Cheese

Prince – Purple Rain

Queen – A Night At The Opera

Radiohead – Kid A

Rage Agaist The Machine – Evil Empire

Rolling Stones – Exile

Rush – Moving Pictures

Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack

Springsteen – Born To Run

Steely Dan – Pretzel Logic

T.Rex – Electric Warrior

Talking Heads – Fear Of Music

Television Marquee Moon

The Allman Brothers Band – Eat A Peach

The Band – The Band (Brown Album)

The Beaatie Boys – Hello Nasty

The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds

The Clash – London Calling

The Doors – The Doors

The Eagles – Hotel California

The Pixies – Come On Pilgrim

The Police – Ghost In The Machine

The Ramones – Ramones

The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers

The Roots – Phronology

The White Stripes – Elephant

The Who – Who’s Next

Tom Petty – Damn The Torpedoes

Tom Waits – Rain Dogs

U2 – Joshua Tree

Van Halen – Van Halen

Van Morrison – Astral Weeks

Velve Underground And Nico

Violent Femmes – Violent Femmes

Ween – White Pepper

Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

X – Los Angeles

Yes - The Yes Album

Zappa – Aposrophe

ZZ Top – Tres Hombes

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I don't like this game.... I wish they'd just leave it a surprise, but oh well......

Here's my wish list (in no particular order) from a quick glanse at the big list.....

Frank Zappa – Hot Rats

The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds

Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland

Grateful Dead – American Beauty (would rather Anthem of the Sun)

The Allman Brothers Band – Eat A Peach

Black Sabbath – Paranoid

Zappa – Aposrophe

Talking Heads – Fear Of Music

Pink Floyd – Meddle

There's lots of other great albums in there, but there's even more crap!

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::praying cross legged for acoustic american beauty::

after all maybe the surprise could be what set they play it ?

Sorry but no:

OFFICIAL FESTIVAL 8 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Friday, October 30th, 2009

* 4:00PM – Concert Field opens

* 7:30PM – Set 1

* 10:00PM – Set 2

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

* 12:00PM – Concert Field opens

* 3:00PM – Set 1

* 7:30PM – The Halloween Set

* 10:00PM – Set 3

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

* 10:00AM – Concert Field opens

* 12:00PM – Acoustic Set

* 5:30PM – Set 2

* 8:30PM – Set 3

And I don't think Sports was first! I thought I saw Tom Petty go first.

There are a few entries that just don't make sense to me, they should go fast....A Tribute to Jack Johnson?

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Just like when California sailed away on Save The Date huh?

I think Phish shoulda left it alone, but whatever, I'm not in the band.

Okay, maybe I'm just bitter there's no Supertramp or Dire Straits on the list, but I doubt it.

Thought I read somewhere that they're in tough for ticket sales. California isn't the north east (and I know phish does well in Cali, but the north east they do crazy well).

No need for them to leave it alone - we're all talking now which is what they want. And we all know that what they say don't mean shit - they make up the rules as they go along!

FWIW I also read somewhere that they rehearsed American Beauty but Mike vetoed it after they got it all worked out.

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Phish will find a way to leave it a surprise until the show. Nowhere does it say that the last album will be displayed IN ADVANCE of the weekend festivities. Maybe the final eliminations will take place on the video screen in the concert grounds, who knows?

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Genesis – The Lambs Lie Down On Broadway

Hey Ollie' date=' we can only imagine, eh? Fuck that would be sweet ... but I think it would fare better in a smaller venue ;)[/quote']

I don't think The Lamb is widely known enough for them to pick that one. At least that's what I'm telling myself. ;)

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I picked Nirvana - Nevermind before this list. It's on this board somewhere.

Anyways, my thinking on this process is that Phish are trying to either avoid backlash this time or at the very least provide their fans with an avenue so that they can familiarize themselves with the music.

Reports from Vegas in 1998 showed a lot of people pissed off because they didnt know Velvet Underground's Loaded as the band played it. Every single one of my friends in attendance complained as did the online community at the time.

Personally, I still thank The Phish for getting me into that album.

If they do Thriller expect some key changes to accomodate their voices.

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