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Published: 2010/10/27

Phish to Release Alpine DVD

Photo by Dave Vann© Phish 2010

Phish will release a DVD/CD set documenting its August 14, 2010 performance at East Troy, WI’s Alpine Valley. The show featured rarely played originals like “Fuck Your Face” and “What’s the Use?,” as well as a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Quinn the Eskimo.” According to product information on, Alpine 2010 is scheduled for release on December 14. The DVD will also include some highlights from the band’s August 15 show at Alpine Valley, including “Ghost,” “On Your Way Down,” “David Bowie” and “Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan.” In addition, the DVD’s packaging will feature images by longtime Relix/ photographer Dave Vann.

Here’s a look at the band’s August 14. 2010 performance via

Set 1: Tube > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, Funky Bitch, Reba1, Fuck Your Face, Alaska, Back on the Train, Taste > When the Circus Comes, Lawn Boy, Sparkle, Gumbo > Run Like an Antelope2

Set 2: The Sloth, Down with Disease3 -> What’s the Use? > Scent of a Mule, Mike’s Song > Dirt > Sneakin’ Sally through the Alley > Weekapaug Groove, Bug

Encore: Quinn the Eskimo

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