|1998-07-09||Meat||Barcelona, Spain||8:36||Includes a groovy, low-key outro jam.|
|1998-11-13||Meat||Cleveland, OH||10:48||A really nice, low intensity jam emerges on the back end of "Meat" proper, and continues until > to "Hood."|
|2017-08-02||Meat||New York, NY||9:21||Baker's Dozen Hole-themed "Meat" - dropped as means to further develop the first set's "morbid" milieu - takes a humorous turn when, from deep within the silent section, Fish jumps the band and butchers the beat. This miscue unearths a slow sort of zombie stomp, which, rising from a bit of primordial ooze, assumes a life of its own. Inventive soloing from Trey, and super contributions from Page, slowly bleeds into "Maze."|
|2018-08-12||Meat||Columbia, MD||6:57||Fun, inspired version. Trey runs through a few solos - each featuring a distinct tone - before the band builds a nifty little pocket of spooky sound (awesome Mike, matched by Trey) which builds to break down.|
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