Good sound for this concert of the "To the Planet Edge" tour.
Intro /Ribbons Train/Detonation Boulevard Come Together Amphetamine Logic Giving Ground We are the Same, Susanne On the Wire/Teachers/On the Wire Temple of Love Will I Dream Flood I Bei Mir Bist Du Schön Dominion/Mother Russia Summer Romeo Down Flood II First and Last and Always Vision Thing Something Fast This Corrosion
This an excellent multicam video, edited with images from the Zurich, Bologna, Milano and Paris videos, by Sisterstekland. A big thanks to him for letting me post this beauty. The AVI file is 1,4G and has 31 minutes. Excellent quality.
Gary Numan joined Nine Inch Nails to perform his songs "Metal" and "I Die: You Die". This was originally the last show Nine Inch Nails would play in the Wave Goodbye tour, but because of Trent Reznor's illness, the show at the Henry Fonda Theater and the one at The Wiltern were rescheduled on September 8 & 10 respectively.
This show was originally scheduled to take place on September 3, but because of Trent Reznor's illness, the show was rescheduled to September 8. Mike Garson joined Nine Inch Nails to perform "Just Like You Imagined," "The Becoming," "I Do Not Want This," and "Down In The Park (Piano Version)". Gary Numan joined Nine Inch Nails to perform his songs "Down In The Park," "Metal" and "Cars.". Eric Avery (Jane's Addiction) joined Nine Inch Nails and Numan to perform "Cars." A cover of Gang Of Four's "Love Like Anthrax" was played by Nine Inch Nails, Numan, Avery and members of support band Health. Former Nine Inch Nails member Danny Lohner joined Nine Inch Nails to perform Queen's "Get Down Make Love" and Nine Inch Nails' "Heresy" and "Mr. Self Destruct." Greg Puciato of Dillinger Escape Plan joined Nine Inch Nails and Lohner to perform "Mr. Self Destruct" and "Wish".
01. Head Like a Hole
02. Terrible Lie
04. March of the Pigs
08. I'm Afraid Of Americans (David Bowie cover)
10. Head Down
12. Letting You
14. Gave Up
16. Just Like You Imagined (with Mike Garson)
17. The Becoming (with Mike Garson)
18. I Do Not Want This (with Mike Garson)
19. Down In The Park Mike Garson Instrumental (Gary Numan cover)
20. Down In The Park (Gary Numan cover) (with Gary Numan)
21. Metal (Gary Numan cover) (with Gary Numan)
22. Cars (Gary Numan cover) (with Gary Numan)
23. Love Like Anthrax (Gang of Four cover) (with Gary Numan)
24. Heresy (with Danny Lohner)
25. Get Down, Make Love (Queen cover) (with Danny Lohner)
The Wiltern Theater - Los Angeles, CA - 10.09.2009
This performance was initially scheduled for September 5, 2009, but was postponed due to Trent Reznor being ill, making it the last Nine Inch Nails show "for the foreseeable future."At 37 songs and over 3 hours in length, this performance was the longest in Nine Inch Nails' career. Before performing "Head Down," Reznor stated: "This is it… but I'm not gonna break down in tears just yet."
Mike Garson once again joined Nine Inch Nails onstage to play piano on "Just Like You Imagined," "La Mer," "Eraser," and "The Becoming." Gary Numan once again joined Nine Inch Nails to perform his songs "Down In The Park," "Metal," and "I Die: You Die." Atticus Ross joined Nine Inch Nails to perform on "Me, I'm Not," "The Warning," and "Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)." Dave Navarro joined Nine Inch Nails to perform on "The Warning," "Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)," and "Gave Up." Greg Puciato and Ben Weinman of Dillinger Escape Plan joined Nine Inch Nails to perform on "Mr. Self Destruct." The rest of the band came onstage to perform "Wish". "The Great Below" was included on the setlist in between "Eraser" and "The Becoming" but was omitted from the performance.
The 4 concerts that NIN gave in NY on the Wave goodbye Tour. All with excellent sound. The Links open separetely.
Peter Murphy joined NIN onstage to perform "Reptile," making his stage entrance hanging upside-down (at least on the 26th). He stayed to perform Bauhaus "Kick in the Eye"and Joy Division's "Dead Souls" on the 25th, and his song "Strange Kind Of Love" and Pere Ubu's "Final Solution" on the 26th.
This concert is a very rare gem, The Cult are caught live before they went to NY to re-record the "Peace" album with Rick Rubin (later re-titled "Electric"), so they play the songs still in it's abandoned form, with all the effects on the guitar and voice, "Peace Dog" is absolutely irrecognizable and still called "Peace" only... The main set is composed of songs from the "Love" album, so this is perfect to warm up for the concert.
Still hadn't post any bootleg from this great band and it was a shame, so here it is. Good sound.
01 Intro 02 The Trash 03 What's Going Down 04 Always There 05 The World Is Ours 06 You Don't Belong 07 Nowhere To Run 08 Not Another Day 09 Dreamland 10 The Kings Of Fools 11 Too Many Castles In The Sky 12 Don't Fly Too High 13 The Rainkeeper 14 Can You See This Life
My friend BTT got this tape two decades ago, through a bootleg tapes company in Portugal, the cover was a bad photocopy of the original tape, whose image is in the post. The original tape didn't has a tracklist nor this copy, so I searched the net and found a tracklist for this release, but it's not correct, unless some of the versions played live are beyond recognition... I decided to post instead an english translation of the text on the cover of the portuguese cassette, that I think is already a translation of the original german text on the cover of the original tape.
"We don't want to produce sounds. No to music! There's already enough. making music is up to musicians, therefore servants. What we care about is making an happening. No to Music! The recording of intensity is impossible."
A new version for Sisterstekland DVD with highlights from the 2005 European tour. The editing it's simple but works marvellous, it gives a dreamlike aspect that I like very much, It's like watching someone's memories. The second best thing to being there. Very cool document about the last tour Adam Pearson did with the Sisters. A big Thanks to Sisterstekland for letting me post this DVD.
01. First and Last and Always 02. Train - Detonation Boulevard 03. Ribbons 04. Will I Dream? 05. Dominion - Mother Russia 06. Summer 07. Giving Ground 08. Crash and Burn 09. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen 10. On the Wire - Teachers - On the Wire 11. We Are the Same, Susanne 12. Romeo Down 13. Flood I 14. War on Drugs 15. Alice 16. Temple of Love 17. Something Fast 18. Flood II 19. Top Nite Out 20. Vision Thing
From the first moment I heard "Written in Blood" I got hooked to this band, they have a sound reminiscent of a lot of bands I like from the 80's but at the same time very modern. This is a very good session, perfect for an intoduction.
The Berlin-based Sprung Aus Den Wolken were part of the "Geniale Dilletanten"-movement in the early 80's along with Einstürzende Neubauten and M.D.K. They made a couple of records on their own Faux Pas and Les Disques Du Soleil Et De L'Acier. Their song "Pas Attendre" was used on Wim Wenders' "Wings of Desire" movie and became some kind of underground hit.
So, you can imagine the excitement that it was when we heard that they were coming to Portugal, they were the next best thing to having Neubauten, so the place was crowded (it was very small, 500 people inside and you couldn't move). My friend BTT recorded this concert because it was very dificult to find their records in Portugal at the time, it seemed the only way of listening to them again.
The concert itself was more than 20 years ago, so I have very little memories, but from what I hear in the recording it seems to have been a happening, 1 hour and a half long of performance, with lots of improvisation during some songs, and the crowd is going wild. The sound is very good, again for a recording made on a walkman.
Unfortunately I don't have a tracklisting, so if someone can help with it, I would appreciate it.
Bootleg with early material from the Sisters, it has the earliest live recording known until now, wich is "Good Things" from the concert in Leeds in 16.02.81. The last three tracks are taken from the Gary marx Tape.
1. Untitled Demo (Body Electric different lyrics)
2. Good Things (1st Demo)
3. 1969 (Basement Demo)
4. Alice (psychedelic Intro. Demo)
5. Adrenochrome (CNT Demo)
6. Body Electric (CNT Demo)
7. Anaconda (Demo)
8. Phantom (Unfaded edit)
9. Good Things (Unreleased Basement Demo)
10. Adrenochrome (CNT Reverb Demo)
11. Body Electric (instrumental)
12. Adrenochrome (instrumental)
13. Good Things (Leeds 16.02.81)
14. Floorshow (Demo)
15. Lights (Demo)
16. Teachers / Adrenochrome (Demo)
5,6,10,11,12 - Recorded at Kenny Giles Studio Bridlington
So, The Cult will be back in Portugal on the 25th September, on the "Love Live" tour, this is excellent news since "Love" is my favorite album from them. It will be wonderful to hear again songs that have long exited their setlist like Big Neon Glitter and Hollow Man. So as a preview of what's to come, here a concert from last week, already from the "Love Live" tour. This actually is the first version of Black Angel played live that I've heard... I don't know the source, but the sound is excellent, soundboard or FM broadcast for sure.
And to continue the celebration of the upcoming The Cult concert in Portugal, here's two concerts from last year. Since they played them in a row the setlist is different and cover as many new stuff as older songs that they didn't play live for a long time. Very good sound.