10.07.01

Source A:
Unknown Video Recording Equipment
Source A:
3rd Gen VHS > Goldwave > WAV > NERO > CD ((Mastered to CD by Galen))
Source A: 3rd Gen VHS > DVD (by Ricky R. in 2004)
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Image from DVD: Here

Notes: Good sound for being sourced from a VHS. In fact, the sound itself is better than the video is, in my opinion. This is actually a very good sounding audio recording. For some reason, it makes me think that the audio is synced with the video in some form of matrix. Just my thoughts as, usually, videos do not have this clarity of sound. The video is very clear, this may be a 2nd Gen copy but we will call it 3rd Gem just to not over-estimate. Take a listen to the sound, tell me that isn't some of the best damn video>audio you've heard. Go ahead. Filming is semi-professional as the taper keeps steady most the time & gets some good close-ups. The audio is, again, good but may probably be more for collector's than most people. Opiate is cut 3/4 way through & Lateralus is missing due to the taper getting busted. Right as the sound fades out, you can hear a security guy go 'whoah --- you have to come with me' as the taper says 'oh man'. That, right there, is one of the reasons why I collect Tool as that, to me, is fundamentally entertaining and interesting. This recording/VHS is also relatively rare.

Maynardism: "Ladies & gentleman -- Dave Lombardo, the Sheila E. of techno-reggae"
Maynardism: "Thank you for coming. I'll see again soon, I'm sure"

 

 

                                                                                  

CD 2
Time:
26:48

Setlist:
Intermission
Triad
Eon Blue Apocalypse
The Patient
Opiate      (cut - taper busted by security)
Lateralus (missing)

DVD
Time:
1:44:38

Setlist:
Tuva
The Grudge
(-) Ions
Stinkfist
46 & 2
Parabola
Pushit
Schism
Disposition
Reflection
Intermission
Triad
Eon Blue Apocalypse
The Patient
Opiate     
 (cut - taper busted by security)

Lateralus (missing)

CD 1
Time:
77:38

Setlist:
Tuva
The Grudge
(-) Ions
Stinkfist
46 & 2
Parabola
Pushit
Schism
Disposition
Reflection