So right before Kashmir, actually just before he mentioned the thing about the 50 countries being represented here, and this is the 51st, and right before he said there was a guy w/ a Hammer of the Gods shirt, he said
"Out here, out here in the perimeter there are no stars"
So I recognize this from a Jim Morrison poem, which was then put to music on An American Prayer by the Doors.
"Out here in the perimeter, there are no stars. Out here, we is stoned....immaculate."
Question is...does he make references to his (former) colleagues work like this often? Is there some specific relationship to Morrison or this particular work that makes this understandable?