Source B: Mini Disc --- Aiwa CM-TS56 > Sony MZ-N710
Dissemination: Sony MZ-N710 > anagogic cable > Audacity v1.2.4 > Wav > FLAC Front-end V1.7.1 > Torrent / Dimeadozen.org (06/2006)
Location: Center, in the crowd ~2m.
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - by: Taper: Mic problems on Schism during few seconds : a crowd surfer was on me. - No fades between discs.
Notes - by: Galen: The performance sounds a bit... I don't know... weak? What the hell happened during Rosetta Stoned? Whew. Maybe it is the recording that seems to have the band lose time, pace & whatnot... As such, this recording certainly is loud & abrasive but is at least an accurate capture of Tool. Maybe. I'm sorry, I do not like this recording & think it kind of sucks. The vocals can be low, I mean very low, whereas the guitar sort of screams in your ear a bit. The crowd is not just prevalent but is sitting next to you yelling. There are better recordings than this available but this source, on it's own, may be worth a listen but I have a feeling the listened with tastes that discriminate will not have a high tolerance for this source.
Maynardism: "Good evening:"
Setlist / Quote:
Lost Keys (Blame Hoffman)
Forty Six & 2
Right In Two