Source B:
Core Sound Binaurals > Sony PCM-M1
Dissemination: FLAC > Torrent / Dimeadozen.org (05/2006)
Location: Balcony, Row W, on the right/centre side
Taper:      Toaster
Gen:         0 (or 1) from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes - by: Galen: Very clean, clear & good recording of Tool. The recording itself has a very up-front sound that is surprising given the location of the taper. However, this is a very fine capture of a rather "standard" mini-tour setlist. Tool was lively this evening & appeared to respond to the intense crowd. The venue itself captured the intensity + anticipation of the sold-out crowd's enthralled expectation. Tool delivered a solid set. Plain & simple. This recording is ample evidence of that fact. There are a few instances where crowd noise is somewhat noticeable but this is of little concern or consequence. All in all, this is definitely worthy of a place in your collection. Without a doubt.




CD 2

Setlist / Quote:

Right in Two

thank you very much for coming down. Please enjoy your very, very, very strong Canadian dollar. Please do us all a favor & buy our country - we'll be selling it for scrap soon. So, get on that one. You know what happened with Detroit, it's just a matter of time. Thank you very much; peace - out.


"We're serious about buying our country. Most of it is going to be beachfront soon. Just a  warning..."



CD 1

Setlist / Quote:

 Lost Keys (Blame Hoffman)
Rosetta Stoned

"What's up Toronto?"

 46 & 2

"We had a new album come out. Apparently it went platinum in Canada. And I'd just like to say what the fuck dudes - what about triple platinum - buy it again. I'm trying to put a new wing on the winery - help me out; I said, I love Canada."