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On December 6, 1996, Phish played their debut gig in Las Vegas. This three hour show features hallmark full-band improvisation, epic art rock, favorite covers, a group of yodelers, half of the band Primus, and Malachi (actor Courtney Gains) from the film Children of the Corn. Above all, Vegas 96 is non-stop, unabashed fun—a truly historic rock and roll event and a significant milestone in Phish’s storied touring history.

In addition to including the entire 26 track performance on 3-CDs, the Limited Edition Box version also includes a DVD with archival footage from this legendary show and an extensive 40-page bound-book featuring photos from the show.

DVD is Region Free.

Click on the product image for a complete track listing of Vegas 96 and the Limited DVD.
*Tracks appear on Limited Edition DVD

Track Listing:
Disc One - Set 1
1. Wilson
2. Peaches En Regalia >
3. Poor Heart >
4. 2001 >*
5. Llama*
6. You Enjoy Myself
7. Cars Trucks Buses >
8. Down With Disease >
9. Frankenstein

Disc 2 - Set 2
1. Julius
2. Sparkle >
3. Mike's Song >*
4. Simple >*
5. Harry Hood >*
6. Weekapaug Groove*
7. Sweet Adeline
8. Good Times Bad Times

Disc 3 - Encore
1. Harpua >*
2. Wildwood Weed >*
3. Harpua*
4. Cowboy's Sweetheart >*
5. Harpua >*
6. Suspicious Minds >*
7. Harpua >*
8. Suzy Greenberg >*
9. Susie Q*

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