Shirley Halperin

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    Phish Covers Stones for the Stoned

    A good 24 hours before Phish hit the stage for their Halloween show -- the second of Festival 8's three-night stand at Indio, California's Empire Polo Club -- the rumors were flying fast and furious as fans tried to guess which full album the band might cover. Ever since 1994, it's become an annual October 31 tradition for the Vermont-bred foursome to play a seminal LP in its entirety, and past Halloweens have delivered the likes of The Who's Quadrophenia and The Beatles' "White Album." Among 2009's contenders: Michael Jackson's Thriller, Prince's Purple Rain, MGMT's Oracular Spectacular, and, fueled by the band's own misinformation campaign (frontman Trey Anastasio offered a hint before launching into the band's classic "David Bowie"), The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.

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