05.04.02

Source:
Mini Disc --- Sound Professionals Premium Cardioids > Sharp 722
Taper:   Daniel G.
Gen:     1st from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes: Very good sounding recording, especially for a MD source with cardioids. Nice levels, low crowd noise & captures the mood of the gig exceptionally well. Lucky crowd... Tool played Jimmy, a song they didn't play much in 2002 other than at a handful of other gigs. Crowd noise is kept at a minimum as the instruments really sound nice coming out of the speakers. One of the better 2002 Australian/New Zealand tour recordings around. Perhaps the only major complaint or issue I foresee is that the recording is just seems, to my ears, to lack the overall "fullness" that a binaural recording will give you. This is, of course, up for interpretation & is entirely subjective. As it is, there seem to be two versions of this recording with this being the only source available in any capacity.

Maynardism:
"This is a song we don't normally do. It's a song about finding your way back home & we'd like to dedicate it to...Julian"
<jimmy>

 

 

                                                                                  

CD 2
Time:
52:05

Setlist:
Disposition
Reflection.
Intermission
Triad
Ænema
Lateralus

CD 1
Time:
57:35

Setlist:
Tuva
The Grudge
(-) Ions
Stinkfist
46 & 2
Parabola
Schism
Sober
Jimmy