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Ten most collectable Phish pins

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6. "My Friend, My Friend" (Zenster)

One of the stranger and creepier Phish tunes, "My Friend, My Friend" tells the tale of a friend, with a knife and a wife. This simple pin sums up the strangeness of the tune quite well.

5. "David Bowie"/"Maze" flip coin. (Adam Davidoff)

So, this isn't a pin, but we're including it anyway. The snappy high-hat introductions to both songs sound similar before the first notes of either song come out and let you know which one it may be. This coin may or may not help your odds when guessing, but it's a pretty cool memento to have around.

"Bowie": "Maze":
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