Duluth, GA, USA @ Gwinnett Center

Source A:
Solid State ---- DPA4061s > mma6000 > Microtrack 24/96(24 Bit Wav@48Khz)
Transfer:  Microtrack 24/96 > USB > dBpoweramp (>16/44.1) > CD Wave > Flac Frontend > Flac
Location: Section 116, aisle, directly underneath hanging stacks
Taper:  Geordy
Gen: 0 / FLAC / Torrent
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes / Taper: My seat was in the balcony on the left side of the stage lined up with the left stack of speakers above the stage. I think I pulled a great recording considering the location. Maynard's vocals were
a little low in the mix, however the soundboard guy did correct this a little into Schism. Maynard was more talkative, telling jokes, and doing some alternate lyrics in some songs. At one point during Rosetta Stoned, Danny started laughing his ass off at Maynard (without making a mistake of course). Even Adam, Danny, and Justin were experimenting and improvising on songs. The band seems to be having fun on stage for a change. Yes they did play the same setlist (minus a few songs, and plus Ænema), however they came out and put on one hell of a live show as they always do. All the visuals (including all the new ones and the lasers) were so amazing.For those of you burning to CD, I suggest splitting with the first CD ending with Rosetta Stoned and the second CD beginning with Flood. This splits the time evenly between the two discs. All I did was split tracks, as I didn't find audio tweaking to be necessary. I did run the levels a bit hot, however there is no clipping as far as I can tell. High point of the night was Flood. Enjoy!

Notes / Galen:
Super clean recording with a deep, rich sound that gives way to a remarkable listening experience. One of the better recordings from this leg of the tour - well - only leg of the tour.


01. Intro
02. Jambi
03. Stinkfist
04. Soundscape 1
05. 46 & 2
06. Soundscape 2
07. Schism
08. Lost Keys Intro
09. Lost Keys
10. Rosetta Stoned
11. Flood
12. Aenema
13. Soundscape 3
14. Lateralus
15. Soundscape 4
16. Vicarious