Trick or Treat: Best of the String Cheese Incident

Posted February 21st, 2014 by Halloweenish

The String Cheese Incident unveils their new live release, Trick Or Treat, on October 27, 2009. The timing is fitting, considering 2-CD/2-LP set was culled from a variety of epic SCI “Hulaween” shows. From Philadelphia’s Electric Factory (1999), Portland, Maine’s State Theatre (2000), NYC’s Theatre at Madison Square Garden (2001), Sin City’s Cox Pavillion (2003) and the Exhibition Center @ Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin (2004) – Trick or Treat journeys through the years to re-visit some of the band’s most classic Incidents from Halloweens past.

This Best Of set offers seven of SCI’s famous Halloween cover sets including String Cheese performing songs by such artists as the Beatles, KC & The Sunshine Band, Phish, Nelly and many others. Trick or Treat features brand new original artwork from Michael Everett, and will also be available separately as a 9-disc Trick or Treat Deluxe Box Set.

Track listing:

Disc 1
10/31/ 2000: Portland, ME State Theatre
1. Land s End 10:36
2. Walking on the Moon 08:40
3. Come Together 06:02
4. The Wedge 06:39
5. Get Down Tonight 07:57

10/31/ 2003: Las Vegas, NV Cox Pavilion
6. Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite! 05:29
7. Hot in Herre 10:40
8. War Pigs 09:42
9. Freeker By The Speaker 12:57

Disc 2
10/31/1999: Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
1. Exodus 8:19
2. Under African Skies 7:38

10/31/ 2002: Los Angeles, CA Shrine Auditorium
3. Tightrope 4:49
4. LA Woman 10:37

10/31/2004: Madison, WI Exhibition Center @ Alliant Energy Center
5. Peace Train 5:11
6. Rock the Casbah 4:09

10/31 2001: New York, NY The Theatre at Madison Square Garden
7. So What 5:45

10/31/1998: Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
8. Round the Wheel 16:14

10/31/1999: Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
9. Restless Wind 07:45

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3 Responses to “Trick or Treat: Best of the String Cheese Incident”

  1. Vault Productions "Gossett Archives"

    Awesome aged cheese. Go for the box 0

  2. David Larkin

    Not what I expected… 0

  3. KimE

    Great Listen, Perfect for any Cheese collection! 0

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