, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger , attached to 2017-08-04
TweezingSpaceRanger Anyone else think this is the best placed and played 3.0 Fluffhead?
, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger , attached to 2016-06-25
TweezingSpaceRanger In breaking the second longest dry spell in our favorite pill head's history, phish absolutely crushed this version in front of an absolutely raucous crowd at Wrigley Field. After being at a vast majority of the 2015 shows and hearing multiple Fluffhead chants that were left unfulfilled (Magnaball being the loudest), the only word to describe this version is epic. Especially because it was preceded by Carini and Tweezer! I was 5 rows back dancing, hugging strangers, and screaming the lyrics with people seeing the song live for the first time as well as others who may have seen it 20 times. Yelling the powerful pills and OH YEAH! lyrics with 40,000 strong in Wrigley Field was one of the most fun and electrifying moments I have experienced in my 4 years of following Phish.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2009-07-31
n00b100 This is pretty much the closest Fluffhead has gotten to Type II since 1999, and if you (like me, and most right-thinking Americans) like Dave's Energy Guide, you won't want to give this Fluffhead a miss. You won't want to give this show a miss, either. Do people REALLY think there's nothing worth listening to in 2009?
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2009-03-06
n00b100 They should replace shocking people with defibrillators with playing them the noise the crowd in the Hampton Coliseum makes at the opening notes of the 3/6/09 Fluffhead, because only people that are truly deceased will not respond in any way to that magical moment.
, comment by DaleCooper , attached to 1999-07-24
DaleCooper How has no one made a comment on this jam?

As good as it gets. A must hear.
, comment by Grunkins , attached to 1999-07-10
Grunkins This jam makes me happy to be alive and a Phish fan.
, comment by GreatWent19 , attached to 1997-11-23
GreatWent19 This is my favorite version of Fluffhead ever. The echoing of Trey's note right before the "check it out" sticks with me. And the outro jam is euphoric. There's so much to love in this show, don't overlook the Fluffhead.


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