Source: DAT --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony PCM-M1 (Oade Bros Mod II) @ 48 KHZ
Position: Floor / Front of Stack
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: Ah, the last performance of the this portion of the 2002 Tour. Capped with the subtraction of disposition/reflection but 'made up for(?)' with 'Commando' cover by The Ramones, the performance is one thing that more than a few people would argue about. Some would say that Tool just needed a break at this point others may say 'hey listen to this performance, it's great'. It's hard when both opinions ring true. As for this amazing recording, it is without a doubt the piece de la resistance as it sort of is like a cherry on the top of a tour leg of just a ton of really great, high quality recordings. Good job to all involved. Particularly with this source, as it is so clear, you can really hear the rawness of MJK's voice at this point; particularly on songs like Sober where you can almost hear the gravel from the road from the relentless touring schedule the band engaged upon...
<Danny messing around on the drums>
<Mike Patton of Tomahawk singing a love song>