Backwards Down the Number Line

  • This was the second single released from American rock band Phish's fourteenth studio album Joy. It was their first set of new material for over five years, having broken up between 2004-08.
  • The band played this rocker at their first Hampton, Virginia reunion gigs in March 2009.
  • This was the first Phish song to appear on Billboard's Triple A chart since their #2 hit "The Connection" in 2004.

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