July 8, 1993
Source: Sound Board > Analog Cables > Cassette-M > DAT-2 @ 32 KHZ
Taper: Sound Engineer
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: The quality of Intolerance suffered; you would say the overall sound is muffled or muddy. It appears that the board mix was having some technical issues or the sound engineer was experimenting with a different sound. Or something. This, however, rectified about 4/4 of the way in to the song as the mix stays where it should-have been in the first place. Thus other than that little technical issue the overall quality of the sound is quite good; definitely a tasty little chicken-bite. Listen to the little sample from Cold & Ugly to hear the tangible sound actually change. Not bad. Strong performance & despite the technical issue shines brightly as a testament to the talent of this band - who are they again? Tools?
MJK: Before we start, we need to have a little bit of a thumb count so if you could all put your hands up so I could see your thumbs, make sure you are all evolved people and understand all the words I'm using - ok. Anybody ever heard of Ravenna, OH? That's where I'm from. Of course, I left. And you are still here. I did come back, however, but they paid me too. I'm going to leave after that, with your money.
Cold & Ugly
Paul: Wow, isn't this cool it's kind of like Woodstock, huh? You guys all here together, loving each other, fucking each other over, doing what you do best.
MJK: Just like Woodstock only nothing like it at all.
Paul: This song is called Sober.
MJK: This is a love song, it's called Prison Sex
MJK: Maah, baah, moo, baah, mooo, baah, maaah
Paul: This is our last song it's called Jerk Off. You guys have been very good, thank you.
Unknown DJ/Announcer: Check check. All right, just to let you know at this tent, selling Tool t-shirts & hats. Right over here, check it out. All right & also at 6:30 we have scrawl right here on the 2nd Stage & at 7:15 we have the pinata bashing.