July 31, 1993
Source: Sound Board > Analog Cables > Cassette-M > DAT-2 @ 32 KHZ
Taper: Sound Engineer
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: Ah, one of the more interesting boards from this era of Tool. So how did someone manage to sneak in firecrackers into a concert? What is next - audio recording equipment? Give me a break. Flawless performance and you can tell that the band is having a good time... I say that even with some pretty severe guitar-related issues during Intolerance. Just about halfway through the song, Adam's guitar just cuts out & where you would normally hear a riff there is only Danny tapping on cymbals, which, in and of itself is pretty cool. Although there is something almost haunting about Layne Staley of Alice In Chains vocals on Opiate, the end result is nonetheless powerful, intense & relevant today is it was in 1993.
Cold & Ugly
Paul: Uh oh... how you doing? (firecrackers go off in the crowd)
MJK: We brought our girlfriends. So keep your eyes off them, they're with us.
Paul: Yeah, they're our dates. Hermaphordite blow-up dolls.
Paul: Sorry about the technical difficulties but that's the way it goes. This song is called Sober.
MJK: I'd like to introduce a very close, personal friend of my brothers' wives' cousin who I've never met, he's gonna sing a song with us.
Layne Staley: And I got one Maynard.
MJK: Shit. His name is Ted Farfegnugent.
Layne Staley: My name is Fatty Arbuckle
(with Layne Staley of Alice In Chains)
Paul: This is our last song, thanks for hanging out, watching us. This song is called Jerk Off.