Source A: Hi-Mini Disc --- Sound Professionals CMC-8 Cardioids > SPSB-8@69Hz > Battery Box > Sony MZ-RH900 @ PCM-Mode
Dissemination: FLAC > Torrent / Dimeadozen.org (06/2006)
Location: 5 feet behind the first wavebreaker, direktly in the middle (standing on the soundboard-cables, microphones on my baseballcap ^^)
Taper: DaGobert / Email: dkar_dagobert at web.de / url: http://www.taper-universum.de.vu
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - by: Taper: I have at the moment no time to name the tracks :-( i´ve taped Trivium - Bullet for my valentine - Stone Sour - Queens of the Stone Age - Sportfreunde Stiller - Massive Attack - Placebo - Bloodhound Gang - Tool - Guns n´Roses
Notes - by: Galen: Nice recording, overall. Clear, concise & enjoyable throughout. The bass, like the majority of 2006 Tool shows is a bit intense but the microphones handled the SPL pressures like a champ. Minus some instances of crowd interaction AKA singing/screaming, I assume some many people will find this to be an entirely enjoyable recording with no issues. In my opinion, there is a lot of intermittent phasing of the microphones & MJK seems vocally "lost" on a few occasions. I would agree that this is definitely a tasty morsel but, especially during The Pot & Ænema, it is clear this is an audience recording from somewhere near the sound board. Always interesting to hear the band perform in settings that are outside of their particular, overall, sphere of comfort (i.e. the USA). Tool's performance, according to some, leaves something to be desired from this performance - as much as I may agree to that notion in principle, this recording only seems to pick up a band that is powerful, focused on their craft & diligently attempting to rock.
Maynardism: "Good evening Austrian people..."
Setlist / Quote:
Forty Six & Two