Well, I guess they really weren't kidding when they designated this just-released CD as being a limited-edition item. Last week, I received my pre-ordered copy of Phish's latest Web-only CD release, JAPAN RELIEF, from the dreaded fulfillment company Music Today, who handles Phish's mail order business. Per usual with Music Today, the cardboard-sleeved double-CD set was mailed in nothing more than a bubble-wrap envelope, and as usual with the USPS in such instances, it arrived pretty badly banged up. While the CDs were presumably okay to play — I didn't even open 'em up — the sleeve was creased badly and the spine was squashed. I called their customer service line only to be told to return it ... but they had no more copies of JAPAN RELIEF and had no idea whether or not they'd be getting any more in stock ever. I checked Phish's Web site and it's gone. It's as if the title never existed there ads a physical product. MP3s containing the album's tracks can be downloaded, however. Damn.