Source B:
Solid State Recorder --- Core Sound Binaurals > Core Sound Battery Box (w/ bass roll-off) > M-Audio MicroTrack 24/96(@16/44.1)
Transfer: CDWave > FLAC
Taper: jrust2
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes: There is a pervasive, thick, layer of crowd noise that permeates this recording throughout. Depending on how you look at it, that is good or it is bad. Like most recordings there are the 'whoos' shouted by the neighbor next to you but that is not really what I refer to. During the chorus of songs you can hear the entire arena just scream; that is relatively cool. However, you can also hear those close to the taper having conversations & screeching like kids on MTV's My Super Sweet 16. Seriously, what is with people - "let's slam dance!" (note: if you can guess what song someone says that on you get a cookie or a dose roofie in your margarita)? Why is it that having a good time have to involve yelling for no reason? The audio is fairly distant-sounding but is also relatively clear. Pretty good but not the best source out there; potentially a clearer recording could have been the result had the taper been closer.

Maynardism: "Well good evening... St. Louis."

Time: 124:47

<bass drone>
The Pot
46 & 2
Lost Keys/Blame Hoffman
Rosetta Stoned
Right In Two
Wings For Marie
10,000 Days