Source C: DAT --- Danish Pro Audio 4061 > Zefiro Inbox > Sony PCM-M1
Gen: 2nd from Master
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Notes: Very nice recording. The taper seemed to have some luck with not being by a bunch of screaming people, always good. The vocals, guitar and drums are very clear. But, if you listen, the bass can be a little much sometimes. I tested this in my car w/my 12" box (the acid test) & the bass just flooded. But, that minor issue is one that many people will not notice. On headphones, it is very hard to tell. All in all, good recording of a good show. Not much more to say. Tool seems to be on the verge of energy but also exhaustion.
Notes Added by: Ricky 2004:
After I heard the rendition of Third Eye this night, I instantly and still believe this is the greatest Third eye performance ever. Tool this night, but on an intro to Third eye that should never be overlooked. It seems everlasting, there is new nuance to the guitar, bass , and drumming. While the average conditioned listener might consider it to be sheer noise. I find it to be the musical manifestation of "shock and awe." The rest of the song is delivered in powerful fashion, 20 minutes well spent.
Maynardism: "Good evening Reno. Are you ready to have some fun? Well, let me clarify what we mean by fun. Not the WWF, Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock kind of fun. Not the MTV dry-humping, effects gone wild beach party kind of fun. Because we are not going to underestimate your intelligence. We're gonna have intelligent fun, compassionate fun, think-for-yourself-question-authority kind of fun. The kind of fun that drives Republicans crazy. Lots of fun. Are you ready?"
(Hicks + Leary)
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