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Shot in breathtaking High Definition, the DVD follows the band along with 60,000 loyal Phish fans from all over the world to IT - a two day festival in remote Limestone, Maine that marked the end of their summer 2003 tour.

This 2 DVD set features the complete 90 minute PBS special as well as over 4 hours of music available in 5.1 Surround Sound, including additional interviews, 150 minutes of uncut bonus songs and an extensive photo gallery.

Released 2004. Region 1 only (US & Canada).

IT was the sixth in a bold series of self-produced city-size festivals with the band's music as the centerpiece. As with all Phish festivals, the weekend-long concert included three sets of Phish each day, as well as numerous attractions and art installations created by talented teams of artists and performers.

This 2 DVD set includes over 4 hours of music. The production team includes Grammy-winner Mary Wharton ("Legend") and Emmy-winner Thom Zinny (Bruce Springsteen's "Live In New York City) with 5.1 mix by 5 times Grammy winner Elliot Scheiner.

This DVD offers an exhilarating look into what made this band a cultural phenomenon for the past 21 years.

Features:
*PBS Feature Program is 90 minutes
*Three segments of additional interviews
*Over 150 minutes of additional uncut performance footage not included in the main program
*An extensive photo gallery with an audio collage by "The Bunny"
*5.1 Surround Sound

Disc One
*PBS Program:
What is It?
46 Days
Birds of a Feather
Sunk City
David Bowie
46 Days Jam
Ghost Jam
Chalk Dust Torture
The Tower
Bug
You Enjoy Myself
Rock and Roll
Antelope
The Lizards

Disc Two
*Bonus interviews:
Arriving at IT
Getting Started
Russ Bennett and Lars Fisk

*Bonus uncut songs:
Reba
Limb by Limb
Chalk Dust Torture
NICU
Waves
David Bowie
Seven Below
Pebbles and Marbles
Julius
The Lizards

*Photo Gallery

Released 2004.

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