Source: Mini Disc --- Sony ECM-S5 > Sony MZ-R700
Gen: 1st from Master
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Notes: Good sounding recording but has a bit of crowd noise at times. Not terrible though but potentially worth noticing. Probably, the highlight of this show is the fact that Flood & The Grudge are intertwined into one song rather than two which is, in my opinion, one of the most intriguing aspects of this leg of the tour. Tool simply did not do this a whole lot of times. If you listen to this recording with headphones, you can hear that the left side is initially a little more dominant in sound than the right side is. The taper corrects this during The Grudge. I wish Tool would've realized how much US audiences would enjoy hearing that combination - we would. At least, there are fellow tapers all over the world who have taken it upon themselves to record possibly one of the most intense bands known to modern music. Second only to the "Scott Hill Clown Band".
Maynardism: "Let's try something. In these difficult days, the world could use a boost. The world could use some healing so let's do our small part now. On three I want you to all say yes as loud as you can. 1, 2, 3."
Eon Blue Apocalypse