09.24.01

Source A:   
Sony DCR-TRV340 Digital8 Video w/ Realistic 33-1165
Source/CD: 2nd Gen VHS --> Goldwave --> .WAV --> NERO --> CD ((Transferred to CD by Galen))
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes: Not really sure what the hell is up with this show. I've received two different copies & both have the same issue: the audio is slightly off & is slightly slow in comparison with the video which is not slow. For that reason, this may be best left for collector's. The slowness does let-up during the Grudge but is so annoying (to me) that it simply aggravates to the core. The slowness does come back as well, sporadically. The performance is just like the majority of other 2001 shows - calculated, collected & professionally. Not much more to say except the visually is slightly below average in that the camera shakes & is terrible on close-ups. This particular source has not been found on DVD other than from random VHS>DVD transfers. It is not known if the filmer has ever put this from master>DVD. Time will tell, would be nice to see a quality version of this source make it's way out into the light of day - or dark of night, depending on how you looked at it.
Notes: There are no known Master>DVD's of this source in circulation.

 

 

                                                                                  

CD 1
Time:
77:35 (To "Reflection")

CD 2
Time:
42:28 (From "Intermission")

DVD
Time:
120:03

Setlist/Quote:

Tuva
The Grudge
(-)Ions
Stinkfist
(White Lines + Suspicious Minds)

46 & 2

'Good evening.'

 Prison Sex (OTRM)
 Eon Red Apocalypse <space noise>
Eulogy
Schism
Disposition
Reflection
Intermission
Parabol
Parabola


'Thank you very much... for coming'

Eon Blue Apocalypse
The Patient


'We have some good news. Friends of ours are releasing an album tonight at midnight, Tenacious D. We highly recommend Tenacious D.'
Crowd - 'D! D! D! D!'

Ænema


'Thank you very much. We'll see you again soon. But in the meantime, we've have an assignment for you. We would like you to remember these feelings your having, hang on to these feelings. Take them home with you, and in the coming weeks use these feelings to create something positive.'

Lateralus