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== Live performance ==
 
== Live performance ==
Initially, "Mr. Fancy Pants" was rarely performed live, since Jonathan had felt that a short piece of music with no defined ending and little sense would confuse the listener.  This changed at the [[San Francisco, CA: 2007-09-14|September 14th, 2007 show in San Francisco]] when Jonathan started using his newly purchased [[Wikipedia:Zendrum|Zendrum]], and he began remixing the song as a mid-song solo, coming up with such classics as "chances are you're- best in- everybody's- PANTS".  "Mr. Fancy Pants" and the Zendrum solo gradually became more and more common, has now become a concert staple, and he has said that he enjoys playing it immensely.
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Initially, "Mr. Fancy Pants" was rarely performed live, since Jonathan had felt that a short piece of music with no defined ending and little sense would confuse the listener.  This changed at the [[San Francisco, CA: 2007-09-14|September 14th, 2007 show in San Francisco]] when Jonathan started using his newly purchased [[Wikipedia:Zendrum|Zendrum]], and he began remixing the song as a mid-song solo, coming up with such classics as "gonna be- the best in- everybody's- PANTS".  "Mr. Fancy Pants" and the Zendrum solo gradually became more and more common, has now become a concert staple, and he has said that he enjoys playing it immensely.
  
  

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