Saturday, 28 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - Roskilde Festival - 27.06.1998


AKA Black Souls in White Suits, AKA Euthanasia

The Sisters were rushed to the Roskilde because The Verve cancelled their show, that must have left lots of people happy!

Good Sound

01 - Ribbons
02 - Come Together
03 - Train - Detonation Boulevard
04 - Amphetamine Logic
05 - War on Drugs
06 - Giving Ground
07 - We Are The Same, Susanne
08 - On The Wire
09 - Will I Dream
10 - Dominion - Mother Russia
11 - Summer
12 - Anaconda
13 - Flood II
14 - This Corrosion

http://rapidshare.com/files/203324307/SOM_-_BSWS_-_Roskilde_1998.rar

The Cult - Buenos Aires - 03.12.2006



At the Request of Gonzo, who was complaining of not enough The Cult gigs here in the Room.

Radio Broadcast. Amazing setlist.

01. Lil' Devil
02. Sweet Soul Sister
03. Electric Ocean
04. The Witch
05. Spiritwalker
06. Revolution
07. Rain
08. The Phoenix
09. Star (Acoustic Version)
10. Edie (Ciao Baby) (Acoustic Version)
11. Fire Woman
12. Wonderland
13. Peace Dog
14. Rise
15. Wild Flower
16. Radio talk hosts
17. She Sells Sanctuary
18. Love Removal Machine


The Jesus and Mary Chain - Festival SuperBock SuperRock, Lisboa, Portugal - 04.07.2007


Another concert in Portugal from a radio Broadcast. The Jesus and Mary Chain were one of my favourite bands in the 80's, they were huge in Portugal at the time. I saw them live twice (1988 and 1991) and they were chaotic. The clean sound of this broadcast actually takes away some of the intensity of the concert, also the band is not on top shape, as you'll see by the mistakes and the restarting of "Some Candy Talking". Even so, is good to have them back.
01 - never understand
02 - head on
03 - far gone & out
04 - catchfire
05 - sidewalking
06 - snakedriver
07 - new song
08 - happy when it rains
09 - some candy talking ( false start)
10 - some candy talking
11 - between planets
12 - blues from a gun
13 - cracking up
14 - all things must pass
15 - teenage lust
16 - just like honey
17 - vegetable man
18 - you trip me up
19 - reverence


Friday, 27 February 2009

Fields Of The Nephilim - Hummingbird, Birmingham - 04.10.1990



This is an excellent bootleg of a perfect concert. They play the entire Elizium album. A must listen. Soundboard quality sound.

CD1
01 Dead But Dreaming
02 Preacher Man
03 Blue Water
04 Love Under Will
05 Sumerland
06 Wail Of Sumer
07 And There Will Your Heart Be Also
08 For Her Light
09 At The Gates Of Silent Memory
10 Paradise Regained

CD2
01 Moonchild
02 Submission
03 The Watchman
04 Psychonaut
05 Last Exit For The Lost
06 Dawnrazor


The Cure - Festival Sudoeste, Zambujeira do Mar, Portugal - 04.08.2002



Another Concert in Portugal. I didn't saw this one, the only The Cure concert I saw was on the Desintegration Tour in 1989 in Alvalade Stadium, Lisbon. That one was fantastic, this one seems good also. Very good sound.

01. Out of This World
02. Watching Me Fall
03. Want
04. Plainsong
05. Open
06. Trust
07. The Kiss
08. Shake Dog Shake
09. From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
10. End
11. Siamese Twins
12. One Hundred Years
13. 39
14. Bloodflowers
15. Three Imaginary Boys
16. M
17. Play For Today
18. A Forest
19. Lovesong
20. Inbetween Days
21. Just Like Heaven
22. Boys Don't Cry





Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Monday, 23 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - Canecão, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil - 30.10.1990


This one goes out to all my Brazilian friends, may this bring you good memories. Average audience recording of a good show. The audience is going nuts, "You're very... Brazilian!" on the words of Andrew.

1. First and Last and Always
2. Body and Soul
3. Detonation Boulevard
4. Ribbons
5. Marian
6. Body Electric
7. Valentine
8. Dr. Jeep
9. Dominion / Mother Russia
10. Alice
11. Gimme Shelter
12. This Corrosion
13. Vision Thing
14. Temple of Love


Death Cult - Fagins, Manchester - 23.11.1983



Almost turning into the Cult... The setlist already includes half of "Dreamtime". Audience recording.

1. Ghostdance
2. 83rd Dream
3. God's Zoo
4. A Flower in the Desert
5. Butterflies
6. Christians
7. Ressurection Song
8. Spirit Walker
9. Horse Nation
10. Moya
11. Brothers Grimm


Sunday, 22 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - Vienna, Austria - 02.12.1993



Eldricht in an over the top performance (compared to these days)! Fairly good sound quality. Thanks to Pearson @ heartland for originally posting this.


comfortably numb - some kind of stranger
ribbons
train - detonation boulevard
alice
giving ground
come together
anaconda
on the wire - teachers
amphetamine logic
flood ii
temple of love
this corrosion
first and last and always
under the gun
something fast
vision thing


Friday, 20 February 2009

The Sisters Of Mercy - Toad's Place, New Haven, CT, USA - 04.11.2008


Very good concert with very good sound. From the North American leg of the last tour. On the day of the results of the election. Chris tries to play "Star Spangled Banner"... Not as good as Hendrix, I'm afraid.

01 Intro (cut)
02 Crash & Burn
03 Ribbons
04 Train / Detonation Boulevard
05 Flood I
06 Marian
07 Alice
08 Anaconda
09 Giving Ground
10 This Corrosion
11 (We Are The Same) Susanne
12 Dominion Mother Russia
13 Summer
14 Still
15 First & Last & Always
16 Never Land (a fragment)
17 Flood II
18 Star Spangled Banner
19 Something Fast
20 Vision Thing
21 #Break#
22 Lucrieta My Reflection
23 Top Nite Out
24 Temple Of Love
25 Outro

The Sisters of Mercy - Solitaire, Swindon - 27.04.1983



A good performance by the Sisters, but the sound is average. Mainly for collectors.

1. Kiss the Carpet
2. Alice
3. Anaconda
4. Burn
5. Jolene
6. Heartland
7. Adrenochrome
8. Floorshow
9. Gimme Shelter
10. Body Electric



Thursday, 19 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - B1 Club, Moscow, Russia - 07.12.2006



This is actually the soundtrack of the "Moscow Thing" DVD, if someone is interested in the video in .avi format (1.4G), leave a comment.


This is one of the longests Sisters concerts, and the crowd is over the top. Hear the russians go wild singing "Mother Russia"

mixed and edited by ormfdmrush from 4 sources: 3 videos and MD audio
ACID Pro 5.0 -> Sound Forge 7.0 -> Audiograbber: VBR0

01. First and Last and Always
02. Ribbons
03. Crash and Burn
04. When You Don't See Me
05. Dr.Jeep/Detonation Boulevard
06. Flood I
07. Still
08. We Are the Same, Suzanne
09. Giving Ground
10. Dominion/Mother Russia
11. Slept
12. Burn
13. Will I Dream?
14. Summer
15. Alice
16. Anaconda
17. On the Wire/Teachers/On the Wire
18. Flood II
19. This Corrosion
20. Something Fast
21. Lucretia My Reflection
22. Top Nite Out
23. Temple Of Love
24. Vision Thing


Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Fields of the Nephilim - Mera Luna Festival - 10.08.2008





There's no other way of putting this, The Nefs are brilliant, and this concert is the living proof of it. Love the" Last Exit For the Lost" performance. It's a pity they cancelled their concert in Portugal last year...

01. Shrout (5:05)
02. Straight to the light (4:50)
03. The Watchman (5:22)
04. One more Nightmare (3:46)
05. From the Fire (6:21)
06. Penetration (3:50)
07. Endemonia (5:44)
08. Moonchild (4:30)
09. Dawnrazor (8:21)
10. The Sequell (3:54)
11. Psychonaut (9:21)
12. Intermission (1:29)
13. Last Exit for the Lost (11:33)

The Sisters of Mercy - Suikerrock, Tienen, Belgium - 26.07.2008



And to think that this concert was so close in time to the one in "Marés Vivas"... It seems another band, good performance, excellent sound and a setlist that contains "Good Things", "Capricorn", etc. This is it, the definite SOM bootleg.

Tuesday, 17 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - Razzmataz 1, Barcelona - 13.5.2006 (Flac)




Good Sound and the audience is really going wild.

1. Crash and Burn
2. Ribbons
3. Doctor Jeep / Detonation Boulevard
4. When you don't See Me
5. Flood I
6. Giving Ground
7. Summer
8. Dominion / Mother Russia
9. Slept
10. Still
11. Alice
12. Anaconda
13. Romeo Down
14. Neverland
15. Suzanne
16. This Corrosion
17. Top Nite Out
18. Temple of Love


FLAC version .

Tuesday, 10 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - Festival do Ermal, Vieira Do Minho, Portugal - 18.07.1999 (Flac)


This one goes to all my portuguese friends, since this was the first time they saw the sisters live. I missed this one, but was in Coliseu, Lisbon in 1991. This one is in .flac.


1. Ribbons
2. Come Together
3. Train / Detonation Boulevard
4. Amphetamine Logic
5. Giving Ground
6. We are the same Suzanne
7. On the Wire / teachers
8. Will I dream
9. Body Electric
10. Dominion / Mother Russia
11. Summer
12. Alice
13. Romeo Down
14. Flood II
15. Temple of Love
16. Comfortably Numb / Some Kind of Stranger
17. First and Last and Always
18. This Corrosion~
19. something Fast
20. Vision Thing

Sunday, 8 February 2009

LUX INTERIOR RIP



The Worst news I could have received today. He will be missed...



Cramps Singer Lux Interior Dead At 62

Singer died early Wednesday of an existing heart condition.Lux Interior, lead singer of influential garage-punk act the Cramps, died Wednesday morning (February 4) due to an existing heart condition, according to a statement from the band's publicist. He was 62.

Born Erick Lee Purkhiser, Interior started the Cramps in 1972 with guitarist Poison Ivy (born Kristy Wallace, later his wife) — whom, as legend has it, he picked up as a hitchhiker in California. By 1975, they had moved to New York, where they became an integral part of the burgeoning punk scene surrounding CBGBs.Their music differed from most of the scene's other acts in that it was heavily steeped in camp, with Interior's lyrics frequently drawing from schlocky B-movies, sexual kink and deceptively clever puns. (J.H. Sasfy's liner notes to their debut EP memorably noted: "The Cramps don't pummel and you won't pogo. They ooze; you'll throb.") Sonically, the band drew from blues and rockabilly, and a key element of their sound was the trashy, dueling guitars of Poison Ivy and Bryan Gregory (and later Kid Congo Powers), played with maximal scuzz and minimal drumming.

Because of that — not to mention Interior's deranged, Iggy Pop-inspired onstage antics and deep, sexualized singing voice (which one reviewer described as "the psychosexual werewolf/ Elvis hybrid from hell") — the Cramps are often cited as pioneers of "psychobilly" and "horror rock," and can count bands like the Black Lips, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the Reverend Horton Heat, the Horrors and even the White Stripes as their musical progeny.Over the course of more than 30 years, the Interior and Ivy surrounded themselves with an ever-changing lineup of drummers, guitarists and bassists, and released 13 studio albums (the last being 2003's Fiends of Dope Island).

They also famously performed a concert for patients at the Napa State Mental Hospital in 1978 (which was recorded on grainy VHS and has since become a cult classic) and appeared on a Halloween episode of "Beverly Hills, 90210." Their video for the song "Bikini Girls With Machine Guns" also drew rave reviews from Beavis and Butt-head on a memorable episode of the show.Despite the band's long history, fans generally agree that the group's peak was in the early '80s, with the albums Songs the Lord Taught Us and Psychedelic Jungle. Many clips of the Cramps' chaotic live shows from the era can be found online; look for their version of "Tear It Up" from the 1980 film "URGH! A Music War." One memorable (and typical) show in Boston in 1986 found Interior, clad only in leopard-skin briefs, drinking red wine from an audience member's shoe, and ended with him French-kissing a woman (who wasn't his wife) for 10 full minutes with his microphone in their mouths.~

Due to their imagery, obsession with kitsch and dogged dedication to touring — they wrapped up their latest jaunt across Europe and the U.S. this past November — the Cramps commanded a loyal fanbase, and even earned a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in the form of a shattered bass drum that Interior had shoved his head through.

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1604336/20090204/story.jhtml



Here's something to remember Lux



The Cramps - Tottaly Destroy Seattle


Astor Park - Seattle 1982-05-20

1- Domino
2- Human Fly
3 - Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
4 - I'm Five Years Ahead Of My Time
5 - Primitive
6 - Goo Goo Muck
7 - Beautiful Gardens
8 - TV Set
9 - Sunglasses After Dark
10 - Garbage Man
11 - Psychotic Reaction



The Sisters of Mercy - Peel Sessions - 1982/1984


New digital broadcast.

The Sisters of Mercy - Tankhaus - 04.07.1998




The version of  Sister Ray is 13 minutes long :).

Setlist:

01. Intro
02. Ribbons
03. Come together
04. Train / Detonation Boulevard
05. Amphetamine Logic
06. War on Drugs
07. Giving Ground
08. Suzanne
09. On the wire / Teachers
10. Will I Dream
11. Dominion/ Mother Russia
12. Summer
13. Anaconda
14. Romeo Down
15. Flood II
16. Temple of Love
17. First and Last and Always
18. This Corrosion
19. Something Fast
20. Vision Thing
21. Comfortably Numb/Some Kind of Stranger
22. Sister Ray


The Sisters of Mercy - Avalon Ballroom, Boston - 27.09.1999



Setlist:

Train/Detonation Boulevard
Ribbons
Come Together
Amphetamine Logic
Giving Ground
We are the Same, Susanne
On the Wire/Teachers/On the Wire
Flood I
Will I Dream
Dominion/Mother Russia
Summer
Bei Mir Bist Du Schön
Body Electric
Romeo Down
Flood II
Temple of Love
Something Fast
First and Last and Always
Vision Thing
This Corrosion
 

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

The Sisters of Mercy - Koln, Germany - 25.04.2006


Setlist:


1. Intro
2. Crash and Burn
3. Ribbons
4. Doctor Jeep/Detonation Boulevard
5. When you dont see me
6. Flood I
7. We are the Same Suzanne
8. Giving Ground
9. Summer
10. Dominion/Mother Russia
11. Slept
12. Alice
13. Anaconda
14. Romeo Down
15. Never Land
16. This Corrosion
17. Break
18. Something fast
19. Lucretia
20. Top Nite Out
21. Temple of Love