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Pete Velcro

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  1. Pete Velcro

    Drug Tips for Scott

    I've heard Molly is the way to go, a totally manageable hallucinogen. Stay in the ecstacy family. Mushrooms or acid will be a shit show at Scott's age. If I could I would (another phish song) snort tons of those ADHD drugs while smoking dope and drinking hard liquor.
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    Episode 2 — Analyze Phish Episode 2

    As far as goofy lyrics, Oasis is right up there, only they're totally humorless. Also Fred Savage says "Get the dicks out of your ears and recognize: Phish rulz!"
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    Episode 2 — Analyze Phish Episode 2

    Harris should play Esther, off of Junta, for Scott, and frame it in a musical theatre context. If that doesn't work, they should both huff a bunch of freon (the stuff that makes air conditioners work) and walk around podcasting in a mall. Also Scott should be taught how to dance to Phish music. It's called the Doin' the Scoop and Dump. Harris will know what it is.
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    Episode 2 — Analyze Phish Episode 2

    Oooh and please try and get Trey in the studio on one of the podcasts. He's really smart and can talk about all kinds of music with an infectious enthusiasm. The coup de grace would be to hear Trey play something live and have Scott "call it" one verse in.
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    Episode 2 — Analyze Phish Episode 2

    Oh and, Harris, never ever ever play Scott any Purple Rain with the vacume solo. That will not go down well.
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    Episode 2 — Analyze Phish Episode 2

    This podcast is super fun and hilarious. And I have to put my two cents in. Here are the album cuts to play: Cavern, Guelah Papyrus, Stash, Horn, Rift, and for funk you can't go wrong with Split Open and Melt, maybe Bathtub Gin even. And keep emphasizing the technnical prowess and breadth of styles. Lyrics and "I don't like his voice" are the easiest criticisms to make and the hardest to defend. And then find a power jam that's on the short side. It only needs to demonstrate the kind of drift--where in the the rythmic and melodic landscape collapses in on itself, alll the while under perfect control--that's unique to Phish, and can actually hook you emotionally. There's a Good Times Bad Times cover where the drift happens, and the whole thing's less that 4 minutes long. The jam goes fucking haywire and then lands perfectly back on that classic riff. If that doesn't work then just keep being hilarious for like 5 more episodes. I love this show!!