Source A: Solid State Recorder --- Neumann KM 140 > AETA PSP3 > Edirol R-09 (@24/48)
Transfer: WAV (@16/44.1) > 1st Gen CDR > EAC > FLAC
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: Holy shit this is a smoking audience recording. Contemplating picking up a pair of KM 140's when/if Tool comes around again based (partly) on this recording. Crisp vocals, super clean bass, non-swishy cymbals & guitar sound so sharp it will make your ears bleed. Mix those factors with a performance that although not legendary was definitely powerful. And, Tool mixed the set a bit. A tiny bit by playing 46&2 before Jambi <hairs go up on nape of neck>. Although this recording is definitely far above average, it is in some stiff competition with other high quality audio from this leg of the 10K Days era. However, as of early 2008, this is the only source for this performance released in any capacity. Highly recommended.
Maynardism: "Good evening. Apparently we're Tool & we have some good news & some bad news. The good news is there is no bad news."
Forty Six & 2
Wings For Marie