Source C:
DAT ---Core Sound Binaurals > Battery Box (roll-off enabled) > Sony PCM-M1 (mic-in)
Location: Section FL1, Row Q
Transfer: Tascam DA-20 > Coaxial > Audiophile 2496 > Audacity > CD Wave > .Wav
Taper: daskrabs
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes - by Taper: Overall, a really nice recording, IMHO. The best I've done to date, in fact. Complete show. Warning: there's a Maynard fanboy next to me talking and yelling dumb shit during some of the show. If that person is reading this: Fuck you. You're easily the biggest douche-bag I've ever met at a show in my whole life. I saw you standing around outside after the show and was tempted to come up and
punch you in the mouth, but lucky for you, cooler heads prevailed. OK, end of rant. Enjoy.

Notes - by Galen: I concur with the taper's opinion that this is his best recording; it is. Sure an occasional jeer or annoying blip from the audience occurs but this IS a Tool show & that in & of itself tends to attract the offspring from the classic film Deliverance to attend. Solid, clean, clear, concise & "good" recording that is on par with microphones with, technically, better specifications. Tool seem to be getting ready for a break though &, to me, tend to be playing less with precision & beauty & more with a routine mindset. Not trying to be overtly harsh however, take note, over X amount of performances they change the setlist around Y times... I think that is null? All in all, probably the best sounding source for this particular performance.

"Don't listen to me, I'm on acid. Antacid that is, I'm having stomach problems"




Time: 1:42:15

<bass drone>
The Pot
Forty Six & 2
Lost Keys
Rosetta Stoned
Wings For Marie
10,000 Days