Editorial: Phish 1998 Mulled Over at Length [Wax Banks]

It all felt like something was being lost, namely the oddity and uniqueness of Phish’s place in contemporary music. If the band had been playing good modern music, that’d be one thing, but while tributes to the Beastie Boys, Ween, and Nirvana might make sense, butchering their insipid radio songs isn’t the way to go about it.

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