|1999-07-04||Atlanta, GA||7:56||Debut. The spaciness of '99 compressed into one song.|
|2000-06-25||Raleigh, NC||10:03||Starts with cacophonous siren loops, then collapses into a long, languid take on the tune, before dying away in a church-like hush. Longest version to date.|
|2000-09-11||Mansfield, MA||8:37||Segues out of "Piper." Ends with a really cool little Mike-led jamlet (which doesn't have too much to do with "WTU?," honestly) and > into "YEM".|
|2010-08-14||East Troy, WI||6:08||Notable more for the remarkable and semi-famous -> out of "DwD" than anything else.|
|2012-06-20||Portsmouth, VA||4:44||An even better -> out of "Hood." One of the few highlights of the Portsmouth 2012 shows.|
|2014-08-30||Commerce City, CO||4:50||Dramatic -> out of "DwD."|
|2015-08-15||Columbia, MD||5:11||"What's the Use?" is sandwiched inside a solid version of "Steam."|
|2015-08-23||Watkins Glen, NY||5:26||-> in from "Scents & Subtle Sounds." Dies away to a near hush at the 2 minute mark, then wonderfully explodes back to life. The Kent '94 "Hood" version of "WTU?," and proof that you really can teach an old dog new tricks.|
|2015-12-30||New York, NY||6:46||Unbelievable -> out of "Weekapaug." Drops into silence like Magnaball, then builds to a glorious peak. Sounds like a late '90s "Hood" style peak. -> back into "Weekapaug" without hesitation. Superb version.|
|2016-07-15||George, WA||6:26||Similar in intent to 8/23/15's version - drops down to a murmur, then roars back to life. A fine version from a wonderful Set 2.|
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