06.25.01

Source:
Mini Disc --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony MZ-R50
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes: Very nice audience recording for a MD source, I mean that. Very nice. A show like this is one of the many reasons why live recordings are much better than studio. I think the taper was right by the stack as the sound is really clear and the crowd is quite low. The only issue is that the bass slightly, slightly brick-walls from the bass but, all in all, isn't that bad. Most people seem to not notice it. This is the same taper as 06.26.01.Notes: Right as Schism starts, you hear the taper's friend, who is taking pictures on a digital camera, get busted for that action while the audio taper stands right next to the security guy who is definitely from Tool's management. Better to have a still-photographer filmer busted than an actual taper, IMO. Chris Loudon, AKA Hawk, is featured here making sure that no illicit still-photographs make it out onto the black-market of Tool fans. You know, it sucks that Tool dislikes photographs but on the other hand, can you think of a distraction more than flashes of light? The band gets in a zone, maybe that's why they don't appreciate pictures being taken. Check this out:
Hawk:   "Give me the film dude! There's no picture taken here!"
Filmer: "Ok."
Hawk:   "Yeah, not Ok, I want the disc, I want the disc & the battery! Have fun at the show, ok? I'll give
                 it back to you after the show -- I'm at the top. Ok, they call me Hawk."
Filmer:  "Hawk?"
Hawk:.   "You go right over there & I'll give it back to you."
Cross Reference: Glasgow 06.08.01

Maynardism:
"Hey, some of you look familiar. Didn't I see you last year next door?" (referring to A Perfect Circle's performance a year prior)

 

 

                                                                                  

CD 2
Time:
44:22

Setlist:
Intermission
Sober
Parabol
Parabola
Ænema
Opiate
Lateralus

CD 1
Time:
70:49

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