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Perhaps "Home On the Rangeï¿½ is not a hamburgerï¿½s favorite song. Some hamburgers might be inclined to name this Mike Gordon track from Phishï¿½s White Tape as their favorite, for it pays curious homage to the hamburger cause. Rife with hamburger witticisms and originally called ï¿½Hamburgerï¿½ by fans prior to the official release of this recording, this sonic construction is reminiscent of The Beatlesï¿½ ï¿½Revolution 9.ï¿½ Not coincidentally, portions of this recording were used for Phishï¿½s live performance of that Lennon/Ono puzzler during The Phab Fourï¿½s White Album set in Glens Falls, NY on 10/31/94. Talk about synchronicitous duplicity, sheesh.
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