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  • That didn't turn out to be the case, as Phish opened with "Fluffhead," a difficult piece of prog-rock that even Yes might say "no" to, and then followed with the elegant art-rock of "Divided Sky."

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  • Kicking it all off with an incredible (and largely unpredicted) "Fluffhead,"

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  • With a second set that is filled to the brim with type II Phish improv, and an hour and forty-five minute first set boasting several favorites including "Fluffhead" (for the second to last time) and "Curtain (With)," this show was arguably the best outing of the fall.

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  • Half of the cheers are generated by the mere fact that the band is playing "Fluffhead," while the other half is generated by the obvious drug reference that most of Phish's crowd can appreciate in one capacity or another.

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  • A late set "Fluffhead" fir perfectly as a cathartic release to this frame.

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  • With deep cuts like "Fluffhead," "Divided Sky" and "Chalkdust Torture," the foursome built the backbone of its first set on old-school material, expertly navigating hairpin changes and showing as much spunk as they ever have in this millenium.

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  • When the lights went down at 8: 02 p.m., the show kicked off with "Fluffhead," a song that had been unplayed for many years -- even before the band retired in 2004.

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  • "Fluffhead," an ecstatic prog-rocker and major crowd pleaser, kicked things off by staking a claim deep within the vast Phish songbook; they held that hallowed ground in the first set with "Divided Sky" and "David Bowie," also from their

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  • When the band hit the stage at close to 8 pm, they kicked things off with some of their most compositionally complex tunes, from the knotted prog-funk of "Fluffhead" to "Divided Sky," where the group's quiet, mellifluous interplay of guitar, drums, bass and keys suggests they're as well-oiled of a machine as they've ever been.

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  • And much to Andrew's delight, the quartet did kick things off with "Fluffhead," a rarely played though heavily requested tune featuring a 10-minute-long series of instrumental passages called "Fluff's Travels" that showcased Phish's technical virtuosity.

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