Source: Sound Board > Analog Cables > Cassette-M > DAT-2 @ 32 KHZ
Taper: Sound Engineer
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Notes: Unlike other guest-spots during performances, this recording features not one but two guest vocals featuring the styling of Mr. Layne Staley of Alice In Chains on Sober + Opiate; rather interesting. The MP3 sample is somewhat like 'where's Waldo?' as 'Where's Layne Staley in the vocal mix of Sober'? It's not that hard to discern but cu.org is unsure about how well they harmonize together in this tune. Sounds a bit off. Regardless of subjectivity, this is still rather unique. There are not any technical issues with this recording and it is complete. Not bad for LP2.
Announcer: May I have your attention please we have a medical emergency. I need Alicia McGrue to go to the main gate immediately. Alicia McGrue to the main gate & meet security there. Thank you.
MJK: Wake the fuck up you sun-stroked mongoloids!
Paul: This is the best cure for a hangover I think. This song is called Undertow it's dedicated to George, our bus driver, we want to thank him for hanging out with us. Say hello to George.
Paul: Ladies & gentlemen, the mighty Larry. This song is called Sober.
MJK: He is called Larry.
MJK: Hey who could all go for some flap-jacks right about now?
MJK: Ladies and gentlemen... Ted Farfegnugent?
Layne Staley: Flap jacks?
MJK: Who all could go for some flap-jacks right about now?
Paul: This is our last song, thanks for hanging out.