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Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip

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Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip

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Bemoaning the End of the Phish Road Trip

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Commentator Alison Klayman is an admirer of the Vermont band Phish. The group is ending its career this month, and Klayman is sad. She's a relatively new "phishhead." She paints a picture of what a Phish concert is like. Many fans take drugs, bond and take part in enhancing the performance.

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