Source: Sound Board > Analog Cables > Cassette-M > DAT-2 @ 32 KHZ
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Notes: Crystal clear recording. There are no technical glitches, issues or any tomfoolery associated with this recording - very clean. Not bad for something that was sourced via ANA & put to 32 LP, eh? So - did anyone follow what that means? Thus, Tool speak. Awesome performance by those involved in the creation of this music. Comparatively, this is rather unique with the special guest of Layne Staley of Alice In Chains guest screaming on Opiate. The thing that cu.org really digs about this recording is the intro @ the beginning of the set. And what a great intro to Intolerance it is! This feedback-laden prep by Adam at one point sounds like a warning siren as it morphs into a slow slide warmly as the drums literally kick in as the pick scrapes the strings... then the clicking of the drum sticks 1-2-3-4. A riveting performance.
Paul: Yeah, huh.
Paul: You people look fucking bored - stay home & watch MTV you fucks.
Paul: Shh, shh... everybody relax. This song is called Sober
MJK: This song is called Prison Sex. It goes out too... let's see... Gorby.
MJK: I'd like to, I'd like to introduce my wife & sister. Mr. Layne Staley.
Layne Staley: Thank you, sir.
(w/Layne Staley of Alice In Chains)