Source A:
Hi-Mini Disc --- Monacor MCE-4000 > DIY battery box > line in > MZ-NH700 Hi-Sp
Dissemination:  USB cable > SonicStage > CEPro2 > FLAC Frontend
Location:  20' left from center of SBD, Sector J, row II, seat 1
Taper:      Chester
Gen:         0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes - by: Galen: As of 07/2006, very early in the month, I realized that the same low > high frequency sound that Tool had when they opened with Sober (you know what I mean if you know the 2002 tour!) was used at the transition of Lost Keys>Rosetta Stoned. What does that mean? Not sure. The sound is quite nice & pleasant throughout although it does appear to be a bit left-channel dominant. Although not a perfect capture of the band this is, nonetheless, a very accurate, clear product is worthy of numerous + enjoyable listens. This is of course correlative to the overall performance which, as the collector will notice, features a few mess-ups where the band correctly "goes with it".  If a member of the band were to hear what the average Tool-fan + taper can do perhaps Tool would reexamine their notorious anti-taping paradigm.  All in all, worth your while to sit back, close your eyes & imagine you are in Katowice, Polamd @ a Tool show...

Maynardism: "Good evening."





Time: 93::44

Setlist / Quote:

Lost Keys (Blame Hoffman)
Rosetta Stoned
Forty Six & 2
Right In Two