Source B:
Danish Pro Audio 4061's > Core Sound High End Binaural @ 16Hz > Denecke AD20 > Sony PCM-M1 (16 bit - 44.1 kHz)
Dissemination: USB 2.0 > PC > Wavelab 5 > 16/44.1 > CDWave > FLAC > Torrent / Dimeadozen.org (05/2006)
DAT:          Master DAT > Digital Clone-1
Gen:         1st from Master
Taper:      Steelcorner27
Gen:         0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes - by: Taper: This is the 2nd of 2 sources I captured that night.
Notes - by: Galen:
I kind of think either the taper of this performance was extremely, extremely lucky or he knows exactly what he does in a high-stealth situation. I would tend to believe the latter. Not only is this particular source of extremely high quality as it captures the delicate nuances of Tool but this is the second of two recordings that are both of amazing caliber. Although the slight drop-out at the culmination of Ænema is a slight detraction, this is nothing to be concerned about. Highly, highly recommended. Tool is dead-on at this performance, more so than at other gigs during this era. This recording accurately captures my perception... however, do not take my word for it  - check it out for yourself.




CD 2

Setlist / Quote:

Eon Blue Apocalypse
The Patient

"Thank you very much for coming down tonight for this warm-up show. It's been a while since we played so we're just trying to blow the dust off & get the feel of it all. I heard a rumor that all the tickets you bought tonight were dosed with LSD so those of you that thought to lick your ticket - we hope you've enjoyed your evening. There will be some extraterrestrials  outside the door to help guide you out to your car on the way out."



"We'd like to dedicate this set to our friend who is negative two months old, she's still in the womb, her name is Karman - her first rock show. This goes out to Karman."



CD 1

Setlist / Quote:

Lost Keys
Rosetta Stoned

"Good evening small apples."

The Pot

Forty-Six & 2

"We had a new album come out. It's called '10,000 reasons to play Minneapolis".