Source A: DAT --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony TCD-D8
Taper: Karl R.
Gen: 1st from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: This is the digitally mastered DAT version, there is a analog transfer that has slightly different times but this is harder to find. What makes this a little different from the analog version is that everything is equalized & processed - to give the sound that extra kick. Extremely good, crisp & clear sound. Not really sure what else to say; hard to improve an already outstanding recording. Unlike the analog version, this is for trade. Surprisingly crisp & low crowd noise make this the best, hands down, of the 2002 Australian/New Zealand recordings in reference to sound quality. Performance is focused, diligent &, wait a minute, rather common for this era. It is amazing how only a couple night may make a difference in setlist variation.
"This song is not about anal-sex" <4 degrees>
"Dale from the Melvins, thank you. Take a bow, Osseus rules. Take a bow"
"We have something we would like you to help us with, if you could, help us find a serial killer So, if you could pull your fingers out, point them at the sky & then gradually point your finger back to the lighting booth, and on three I want you to say 'happy birthday you fucking serial killer'! Happy birthday junior, pretty soon they'll find the bodies & it'll be all over. Not a jukebox, do not take quarters, thank you." <AEnima>
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