Monday, 30 April 2018

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters Of Mercy - Soundwave Festival, Olympic Park, Sydney, Australia - 26.02.2012 (Flac)

The first concert from 2012 to surface, a short set from the TSOM slot at the Australian festival, Soundwave. The sound is not perfect, but it's very listenable. Cover by reverend.

Thanks to  defactoboy for taping and letting me share his recording here, Also thanks to Ocean Moves for allowing his photos to be included on the RAR file.

Taper: defactoboy
Lineage: sony icd-ux71f with Unknown Mic -> Ableton -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac ( Level 8 )


01. Soundcheck
02. Temple Of Love
03. Ribbons
04. Alice
05. Crash And Burn
06. Dr Jeep / Detonation Boulevard
07. This Corrosion
08. Summer
09. Lucretia (My Reflection)
10. Vision Thing
11. More

Includes the photosets from defactoboy and Ocean Moves.

The Cult - West Side Club, Lyon, France - 24.10.1984 (Flac)

Excellent SBD recording includes the soundcheck. Thanks to the original uloaer on Dime.

Original Info File:
Lineage : pre-FM master
master cassette tape (azimuth optimized) on Nakamichi DR-3 > SB live > Adobe audition (acquisition & edition) > Wav > Trader's Little Helper (level 8/SB aligned) > Flac files

Setlist :
01. Soundcheck (~25 min)
02. Christians
03. Dream Time
04. 83rd Dream
05. God's Zoo
06. Gimmick
07. Bad Medecine Waltz
08. Go West
09. Resurrection Joe
10. Hollow Man
11. She Sells Sanctuary
12. Horse Nation
13. Spirit Walker
14. Brother Grimm
15. Ghost Dance
16. God's Zoo (cut at the end....)

16 separate tracks
Total time : 89'41"

Notes (original):
This was the 58th upload of my concerts collection recorded in Lyon (France) between 1982-1990.
The Cult were recorded for Radio Bellevue at the West Side Club (Lyon) inside the famous Palais d'Hiver.
I was using a very basic system for recording: soundboard outputs + a couple of ambiance mikes (Sennheiser) standing in front of the scene, mixed with 4-tracks desk to a Sony TDC5M with
headphones on-the-fly.
LTC Contrast clause : better numerisation than the former one ... with a Nakamichi, it's a dream (merci Julien) !
I'm now sure that my tapes sound better and run at the right speed ... have had a lot of speed problems for some of my former LTC tapes

Artwork : no

Line up :
Ian Astbury : vocals
Billy Duffy : guitars
Jamie Stewart : bass
Nigel Preston : drums

New Model Army - Round Chapel, London, UK - 13 & 14.04.2018 (Flac)

Nights of Thousand Voices event. Very good sound but the audiende is quite loud, they were all having the time of their lives. Thanks to Patrice for taping and sharing on Dime.
13 April 2018 

Iphone SE with Zoom IQ6 mic (WAV) --> Audacity --> TLTH (FLAC 8)

1st Set:
01-intro speech
02-Ballad of Bodmin Pill
05-Lights Go Out
07-A Liberal Eduction
09-Drag It Down
13-Die Trying

2nd Set:
02-The Charge
03-Believe It
05-No Greater Love
06-Eleven Years
07-Better Than Them
09-Summer Moors
10-Long Goodbye
11-Bad Old World
12-Poison Street
14-Green And Grey

an awesome gig, fantastic experience
I'm quite happy with this new mic to put on my phone, sound is very good.

14April 2018

1st Set:
01-intro speech
02-51st State
03-Lights Go Out
04-Seven Times
06-Afternoon Song
09-Drag It Down
10-Drummy B
11-Ghost Of Your Father
12-These Words
13-White Coats

2nd Set:
01-Higher Wall
03-Pull The Sun
05-Lean Back and Fall
06-Family Life
08-After Something
11-Poison Street

An awesome second night gig, fantastic experience
I'm quite happy with this new mic to put on my phone, sound is very good but not as good as previous night
(due to different place in the chapel I guess)
There is no words to describe the end of Vagabonds !


Recorded by Patrice

Share it, Convert it, but never Sell it and never remove this info file !

Don't forget: sharing is saving !

RE-UPLOAD: Cocteau Twins - Kir, Hamburg, Germany - 12.02.1984 (Flac)

Thanks tothe original uploader.

Original Info File:

Tape received in my trading period from end 80's until mid 90's.

Unknown recording equipment and lineage.

Very good sound quality and I only processed a slight hiss reduction.

TDK SA90 > Pioneer Deck CT-W208R > Soundmax IDA > Cool Edit Pro > WAV > TLH > FLAC (Level 5)


01 The Spanglemaker
02 Dear Heart
03 My Love Paramour
04 Sugar Hiccup
05 Hitherto
06 Blind Dumb Deaf
07 Pearly Dewdrops' Drops
08 From The Flagstones
09 Musette And Drums

min 39:10


The Pixies - A Summer's Tale Festival, Luhmuhlen, Germany - 03.08.2017 (Flac)

Very Good FM broadcast. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

FM (analog cable) - Audacity - xACT

NDR Info
Nachtclub In Concert


01 Debaser
02 Crackity Jones
03 Isla de Encanta
04 Monkey Gone to Heaven
05 Caribou
06 Hey
07 Mr. Grieves
08 Bel Esprito
09 U-Mass
10 Subbacultcha
11 Um Chagga Lagga
12 Cactus
13 Gouge Away
14 Wave of Mutilation
15 I've Been Tired
16 Tame
17 All I Think About Now
18 Classic Masher
19 All the Saints
20 Ana
21 La La Love You -fades out-

Here Comes Your Man
Where Is My Mind?
Nimrod's Son
Into the White

min  56:08

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The Pogues - Alabama, Munich, Germany - 15.04.1985 (ProShot DVD)

Very Good ProShot video of the early pogues. Thanks to the orignal uploader.

Original Info File:

Pro/Aud: PRO
Menu: Yes
Chapter Marks: Yes
Artwork: Not Available
Time: 38 min

Artwork Included


Shane MacGowan - Guitar, Lead Vocals
Cait O'Riordan - Bass, Vocals
Andrew Ranken - Drums, Vocals
Spider Stacy - Whistle, Beer Tray, Tambourine, Vocals
James Fearnley - Accordion, Vocals
Jem Finer - Banjo, Guitar, Vocals


Greenland Whale Fisheries
Boys From County Hell
Repeal of the Licensing Laws
Pair of Brown Eyes
Sally MacLennane
Poor Paddy
Battle of Brisbane
Dark Streets of London
Muirshin Durkin
Whiskey You're the Devil
Battle of Brisbane
And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda


MPEG-2 Video
25 fps
Image Ratio 4:3

Dolby Digital
48000 hz
224 Kb/s


RE-UPLOAD: Gang Of Four - Black Sessions, Studio 105, Maison De La Radio, Paris, France - 27.10.1995 (Flac)

Thanks to Kingrue for sharing on TTD.

The Stonecutter Collection vol 132

Source: FM Broadcast > DAT > 1st generation cassette
Transfer: Sony TC-WE 475 > gold tipped cables > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1)
Editing: Soundforge (tracking) > Wav > TLH [SB's aligned] Flac Level 8
Traders Den 4/3/16
Transferred and Tracked by kingrue upload 757

There was a silver disc of this on Sangatte Records, which was flac'd on dime back in 2007.

What I have to offer here is a little different lineage.  This is the complete broadcast with the French DJ with the intro and outro. If you like the Gang of Four, then you'll enjoy this radio performance.

Clocks in at just over an hour.  Come and get some.


01 DJ Introduction
02 World Falls Apart
03 Not Great Men
04 I Parade Myself
05 Paralyzed
06 If I Could Keep It For Myself
07 Unburden
08 Anthrax
09 Return The Gift
10 To Hell With Poverty
11 Showtime, Valentine
12 We Live As We Dream Alone
13 At Home He Feels Like a Tourist
14 F.M. U.S.A.
15 Ether

Total Time = 60:47 min



RE-UPLOAD: Suicide - Ruinas do Carmo, Lisboa, Portugal - 08.09.1988 (Flac)

Thanks to BTT for sending me his recording to share here.

RIP Alan Vega

NOTES:This particular concert was very strange and it seemed more like a ritual than a conventinal gig. First of all, for those of you who don't know the place where it happened, it is a church (now monument) built in 1389, without ceiling but that survived the earthquake in 1755, hence the name Carmo Ruins, it's a very special place and I think it influenced the band, Alan reffer to it during the concert. Second, some members of the audience started annoying Alan Vega demanding that they played songs from the first album, you can hear them scream for Frankie Teardrop and Ghostrider, of course the result was the opposite, in his confrontational self, Alan started to answer them "Frankie's Dead", "Stop playing the punk" and when they actually played Ghostrider, he quickly changed the lyrics to Blue Suede Shoes, Ah, Ah, Ah! There goes the neighbourhood... Also, there were some technical and electrical problems, that made the concert stop two times, and that made the audience even more nervous, so the concert ended with a improvisation/catharsis of 10 minutes plus, during wich Alan jumped the stage and sang among/with the audience. You can hear it all in the recording, so enjoy!

The sound is very good, specially if you think that it's a tape with 21 years, recorded with a walkman (some SONY, do't remember wich one). Thanks to radiolux for the setlist.

Lineage: Master Tape -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac (Level 6)

Taper: BTT

1. Intro
2. Improvisation
3. Johnny
4. Cheree
5. Night Time is the Right Time
6. (electrical problems)
7. Jukebox Baby 96 / Be Bop A Lula
8. Day by Day (Cut due to changing side of the tape)
9. (technical problems, equipment jammed?)
10. Ghost Rider / Blue Suede Shoes
11. Dream Baby Dream
12. Born in the USA Medley

Do Not Sell!

Fear - Starlite Roller Rink, North Hollywood, USA - 31.10.1983 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

Cassette Master -> Untracked Aiff File -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -intro-
02. Gimme Some Action
03. Camarillo (stopped and continued)
04. Beef Baloney
05. Null Detector
06. Hard Breasts/Cold War
07. Waiting For The Meat
08. Strangulation
09. No More Nothing
10. We Destroy The Family
11. I Don't Care About You
12. I Am A Doctor
13. The Mouth Don't Stop (The Trouble with Women Is)
14. Disconnected
15. Have A Beer With FEAR
16. More Beer
17. Foreign Policy
18. New York's Alright If You Like Saxaphones
19. Bomb The Russians
20. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
21. Let's Have A War

Thin White Rope - PC 69, Bielefeld, Germany - 01.06.1990 (Flac)

Great band on a very good FM broadcast. Thanks to hanwaker for sharing on Dime.

Original Info File:

"Rock in Westfalen"

also on the bill

WDR broadcast>2nd gen analog cassette>cdr>eac>wav>flac

28:45 mins
(complete broadcast)


01. Radio intro -> Some Velvet Morning
02. Mr. Limpet
03. Hidden lands
04. Red sun
05. Elsie crashed the party
06. Triangle song
07. Radio outro

a hanwaker upload to dime 2018-04