Source B: Solid State Recorder --- SP-CMC-2 > 3-wire battery box > iRiver H120
Taper: Tripkore (AKA: Xplicit Bootlegs)
Release #1: All copies are MP3
Release #2: Non-lossy format
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - Taper: This gig felt more complementary to the night before rather than a good set in it's own right, and it was bloody amazing. Even the big day out bogans with the flags didn't phase me too much. Every now and then you can hear the sound of a water droplet hitting my mic, and there is more crowd noise than last night, but I think it turned out better in the most part. Master released to auroboros.
Notes - Galen: The recording itself is not all that bad though there is a lot of crowd noise tinged with the Australian accent, nothing wrong with that, but at times that drones out MJK even (as per MP3 sample). The sound is, for lack of a better term, "dirty sounding". Recording is of at least average quality for this era. Basically, since this is a compressed MP3 source, this is not recommended - be aware that MANY copies of this source are from MP3. Seriously, there is little reason to release a show strictly in MP3. Months after the initial release, a collector ascertained a non-lossy version of this show. Just a note to be aware of.
Maynardism: "Hi hippies"
Setlist / Quote:
46 & 2