Sunday, 30 December 2012

The Sisters Of Mercy - NRUB - 7'' Bootleg Single (Flac)

Possibly the worst piece of crap to be released bearing the Sisters of Mercy name...

 By 1986, the bootleggers were surely running out of ideas to release stuff. Thanks to sleepchamber for sending me this one. The tracks are not ripped from vinyl, instead are from bootlegs CDs, since the sound was better.

Info from SistersWiki:

The title of this 7" bootleg derives from the fact that the complete cover is mirror inverted so that BURN can be read NRUB. Therefore the single is also known as Burn 7". As the mirror-inverted Head & Star logo on the back cover is crossed by the lettering "FIERCER THAN THOU" and the same lettering does appear on the vinyl as well, the bootleg is also referred to as Fiercer Than Thou as well.

Track List

    A. NRUB (Bizarro Remix)
    B. Ripsters Of Mercy (Mixed by Aural Terrorist)

About the tracks

    NRUB is Burn played backwards.

    Some of the singing is, however, not backwards, so that the following lines can be identified:

    The catherine wheel a ring of fire
    We'll burn this circus down
    The wheel goes round and the flames get higher
    The juggling men and the idiot clowns

    Parts of this text can also be found in the lyrics to Burn It Down.

    Ripsters of Mercy is a remix of First And Last And Always filled with movie track samples.

Piece of Crap

Saturday, 29 December 2012

The Sisters Of Mercy - Paard Van Troje, Den Haag, The Netherlands - 26.05.1984 (Flac - 2 Sources)

And two versions of this concert, both soundbard sourced and excellent. First from a M1 tape rip and the second from the bootleg CD. They're almost identical, so unless you're a fanatical collector, you can download only one. I would go for the tape rip myself.

Source 1:

Source 2:


01 burn
02 heartland
03 body and soul
04 anaconda
05 walk away
06 emma
07 floorshow
08 adrenochrome
09 (banter)
10 alice
11 body electric
12 break
13 gimme shelter
14 sister ray

2 sources

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Live'n'Loud - 1997 (ProShot DVD)

I can't believe I still hadn't post this one here... Essencial.


01. Into My Arms
02. Brompton Oratory
03. West Country Girl
04. Far From Me
05. The Carny

Second Try

Arcana - WGT, Schauspielhaus, Leipzig, Germany - 23.05.2010 (Flac)

A post inspired by Ronan, that was offering to upload this recording, but he only had it in MP3, since we don't post lossy stuff anymore on DCR (unless it's the tapers request) here the lossless version shared by danimatt666 on DIME, BIG thank you to him.This band's excellent and their sound should please all you DCD lovers.

Source: audience recording
Lineage: 2x SCHOEPS CCM 4Ug (in ORTF position 170mm/110°) > Sony XLR-1 mic adapter > Sony PCM-D50 > WAV 44.1 kHz / 16 bit > Sound Forge Pro 10.0a > FLAC v1.2.1b with FLAC Frontend v1.7.1 > FLAC level8
Taping position: center of Schauspielhaus ground level

Taper: danimat666

Quality: 9.5 / 10

Artwork: yes
cover art credits:
front cover photo by Martin Stegert,
back cover photo by Dieter J. Müller


(0. Audience)             
 1. Abrakt                   
 2. We Rise Above          
 3. Invisible Motions      
 4. Wings Of Gabriel       
 5. A Wave Of Bitterness   
 6. Chant Of The Awakening 
 7. Lovelorn               
 8. Lost in Time           
 9. Parisal                
10. Imprisonment Of The Mind
11. Innocent Child         
12. Hymn Of Absolute Deceit
13. Outside Your World     
14. Withdrawal              

Total running time: 68:51 min


The Psychedelic Furs - The Metro, Boston, Mass., USA - 30.06.1981 (Flac)

Excellent FM Broadcast. Thanks to the original uploader.

live FM broadcast (not pre- recorded)
touring "talk, talk, talk"
runtime:  67:50

WERS 88.9 FM radio live broadcast (not pre-recorded) >Sansui 8 reciever with wire antenna >
unknown cassette deck (dolby off) >no name brand 90 min. master cassette tape (normal bias) >
played on Nak. 300 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned) > you
A this and that (and what was that?) production.

Richard Butler: lead vocals
Roger Morris: guitar
John Ashton: guitar
Duncan Kilburn: sax
Tim Butler: bass
Vince Ely: drums

Do not sell this recording.
Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.


01: stage introduction and tuning  :53
02: into you like a train  4:43
03: soap commercial  3:22
04: she is mine  4:17
05: Mr. Jones  4:13
06: dumb waiters  3:48
07: pretty in pink  3:58
08: so run down  3:05
09: it goes on  3:58
10: Sister Europe  5:08
11: imitation of Christ >  3:38
12: all of this and nothing (end cuts)  4:11
13: India  5:10
14: pulse  2:55
15: encore break  1:29
16: we love you  5:27
17: encore break  3:13
18: fall  2:45
19: radio announcer wrap up  1:26

Sister Of Mine

Faith And The Muse - WGT, Agra Halle, Leipzig, Germany - 23.05.2010 (Flac)

Very good sound. Thanks to piktstevs for sharing this recording on DIME.

Original Info File:

Source: audience, don't know about the taping spot

Approximate lineage: Tascam DR-1 [built-in mic, low gain, low cut at 40 Hz,
WAV 24-bit/48 kHz] > Amadeus Pro [sound panorama adjustment, EQ, normalizing, tracking, fade in/out] > iZotope RX (cleaning up some unwanted sounds) > Amadeus Pro (dithering/resampling to WAV 16-bit/44.1 kHz) > XLD (conversion to FLAC high compression)

Taped by odium, mastered by piktstevs
Artwork by piktstevs

Monica Richards – vocals
William Faith – guitar, cello, drums, vocals
Steven James – guitar, viola, percussion
Marzia Rangel – bass, cello, percussion
Paul Mercer – violin
Julia Cooke – taiko / percussion
Geoff Bruce – drums
Aradia – dance, backing vocals
Lucretia – dance, backing vocals
The show at 19. Wave-Gotik-Treffen was a part of the band's Ankoku Butoh Tour. This recording is incomplete and is probably missing 1,5 track ("Souvereign" is fading out and "Sparks" is missing completely). I didn't attend the event myself, so can't comment anything regarding the actual performance, just can note that I dont like the Agra Halle because of the fact that regardless what kind of music is played there, it drowns in the immense space of that industrial hangar.
So the quality of this recording is below the average (5/10). I left the recording uncompressed, just made the sound panorama correction, some very slight EQ and tried to attenuate irritating talkings, handling noises, etc. The recording was very polluted. I even removed the annoucement, because it was unrepairable.
There is another, more complete version of this show, taped by a different guy with the different equipment, appeared on DIME right after the show. 

- Please don't change anything in these files (incl. the info) during further distribution


 1. The Woman Of The Snow
 2. Kamimukae
 3. Blessed
 4. Interlude 1
 5. Battle Hymn
 6. Cantus
 7. Interlude 2
 8. Bushido
 9. Nine Dragon
10. Scars Flown Proud
11. Sredni Vashtar
12. Paul Mercer Solo
13. The Burning Season
14. In Dreams Of Mine
15. Souvereign [fade out]

Total time: 57 min.

Goldfrapp - Ride A White Stage (ProShot DVD)


Excellent ProShot compilation. Thanks to the original uploader.

 Video Attributes:
 Source picture resolution: 704x576
 Frame Rate: 25.00
 Bitrate: VariesMbps

Audio Attributes:
Dolby Digital
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 192 Kbps

Festival La Route Du Rock
Saint Malo, Brittany, France
11 August 2001

01. Miss World
02. Paper bag
03. Human
04. Deer Stop
05. Lovely Head
06. Pilots
07. Utopia
08. Felt Mountain
09. Physical
10. Sartorius

T in the Park
Baldo, Scotland
8 July 2006

01. Fly me away
02. Train
03. Number 1
04. Satin chic
05. Ooh la la
06. We are glitter/strict machine

Isle of Wight Festival
Seaclose Park Newport
9 June 2006

01. Ride a White Horse
02. Ooh La La

Wireless Festival
Hyde Park London
26 June 2006

01. Interview
02. Ride a White Horse
03. Ooh La La

White Again

The Sisters Of Mercy - Petofi Csarnok, Budapest, Hungary - 23.06.2006 (Flac)

Another upgrade to FLAC. Very good sound. Some crowd noise, but very enjoyable to listen.


01. Intro / Crash And Burn
02. Ribbons
03. Doctor Jeep / Detonation Boulevard
04. Still
05. Flood I
06. Will I Dream?
07. Dominion / Mother Russia
08. Summer
09. Giving Ground
10. Slept
11. Alice
12. Anaconda
13. Romeo Down
14. Neverland
15. This Corrosion
16. Something Fast
17. Lucretia My Reflection
18. Top Nite Out
19. Vision Thing
20. Temple Of Love

Rock'N'Roll Caves

Gary Numan - The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA - 02.11.2010 (Flac)

Very Good sounding recording from The Pleasure Principle Tour 2010. Huge Thanks to mixter_ for sharing his master on DIME:

Original Info File:

Ex- / VG+

30th Anniversary!

lineage / equipment:

location: 8'- 10' from stage, dead center -> 6.5' h -> slave sound ultra stealth omni's -> custom bb with no bass roll-off -> edirol r09 (44.1/16) -> sandisk 16gb ultraII 15mb/s -> reader -> audition 3.0 -> slight level adjust (no normalization) -> moderate eq (bass attenuate, treble boost, peak recovery) -> har-bal 2.3 (expansion, reduce bass rumble) ->cd wave editor (track split) -> tlh (flac level 8, etc...) -> DIME -> you -> sense of enjoyment -> sharing is caring ->support the artist (yes) -XX convert to mp3 (no!!!)

Please K.I.L.L. = Keep It LossLess! convert to mp3, a.m. or shortwave solely for personal use. don't pollute the trading pools; buy a bigger hard drive!

taper: mixter_

engineer: mixter_
the band:

 gary numan = vox, synthesizers, guitar
 richard beasley = drums, rhythm programming, percussion
 david brooks = piano, synthesizers, keyboards
 ade fenton = programming, synthesizers. keyboards
 steve harris = guitar, keyboards
 tim muddiman = bass


after an aborted attempt to play coachella, the el rey, and the legendary fillmore last april, gary was finally able to mount a 'proper' north american tour this fall with 16 schedule dates. the shows haven't been without incident however as gary regretfully had to cancel his atlanta appearance due to a severe bout with laryngitis. vip's to that show were treated to an instrumental rehearsal performance of "the pleasure principle" as well as their scheduled "meet and greet". all ticketholders still received a refund for the show. disappointing yes, but still very classy of gary and company.

numan fans and the press in the U.S. and Canada have been overwhelmingly positive in their support of these shows in spite of gary nursing his vocal chords. fans in D.C. were invited to help sing choruses for 'films', 'm.e.' and 'engineers'. by the time the tour arrived in new york, gary's vocals seemed to be on solid footing (much more so than the yankee's pennant race - sorry guys). in chicago, gary seemed a bit strained on 'metal' and 'engineers' but seemed back on track by 'films'. while some U.K. fans appeared somewhat bored during TPP09, U.S. and Canadian fans saw the band rocking so hard that ade impaled his forehead on his mic in toronto opening a nasty gash. crowd-surfing during 'down in the park' in chicago was a FIRST for me. i didn't even see this happen last year during this performance at nine inch nails. fans here have been more responsive and appreciative as we see gary only a leap year basis.

as stated before, much attention to detail was spent reproducing the sound of the pleasure principle album. this included everything from very faithful synth patches and samples to the exclusion of guitars (this landmark album had NO guitars) to the occassional guest appearance of nash the slash on violin (unfortunately not at this show). gary did change the running order of the album slightly and shed the 'cars' "holloween / psycho" inspired b-side 'asylum' to tighten the pace and to leave room for the telekon single 'i die: you die'
to lead the encore set. this song resonated well with the n.i.n. faithful during gary's echoplex and wiltern invitations during 'wave goodbye'.

the fillmore:

gary has stated in the past that the legendary fillmore auditorium is perhaps his favorite u.s. venue. this show, initially scheduled in april, was sold out for several months. you could tell that this show was to be very special. the crowd was very enthusiastic and appreciative as documented on this recording. the newer material (i.e. stuff from pure, jagged and dead son rising) was just as well received as the "classics" from t.p.p., replicas and telekon. gary and company were tighter than their performance the week prior at the metro. no false-start on m.e. this time around. gary's voice was also much stronger, benefiting from 3 days of rest spread across the previous week. previous labelmate kevin haskins was in attendance and could be witnessed singing the choruses of are 'friends' electric? along with the 1000+ others
in the audience. neat. 

this recording:

a little bit of chat between numbers. vocals are a bit lower in the mix due to my close proximity to the stage (not to andrew eldritch levels, mind you). still, the outward facing stage monitors produced a pretty clear mix. this one is near excellent IMHO.


my brother.
thanks to an anonymous subversive who makes much of this possible. you know who you are. thanks.
thanks to all the other numan tapers/traders out there. thanks to Numanoid7 as always (keeper of the Numan flame) and Paramnesiac and BlueSkyIS for getting a jump on the North American Tour and my buddy klingklang for getting the underworld and massive attack shows that i sorely missed
due to scheduling and funds. most of all: thank-you gary! can't wait to see you finally immigrate to the states! been a fan for 30 years and counting! welcome back steve! good to have you back on the bus!

a note on mastering:

i know to the purists out there it's considered bad form to tinker with the recording. i have my fans and my detracters. to me though most  raw audience tapes suffer from too much bass, too little dynamic range and reveal more detail of the room than the performance. considerable time was spent to even out the tonal balance and to mitigate a low 'minimoog' rumble that takes over many of the pleasure priciple songs.
still, to each his own. the recording does feature some exuberant cheering from the audience with the "Woo-Woo" guy replacing my dreaded nemesis, the "Yuh-Yuh" guy (see b.r.m.c.-echoplex and/or p.i.l.-club nokia). still, extremely enjoyable IMHO.


support the artist. if you enjoy this show please purchase the official cd / dvd of TPP09 at Townsend Records...

for additional info on gary numan please visit: and

to the mancunians -> get your tix to the numan + recoil double-bill now!

to the germans - > get ready to see recoil and gary and ade in d.j. form!

gratuitous propaganda:

a must for fans of: nine inch nails, depeche mode, kmfdm, ministry, revco, daf, skinny puppy, recoil, bauhaus, love and rockets, nitzer ebb, the sisters of mercy, human league etc...




 the pleasure principle:
 01. random
 02. airlane
 03. metal
 04. engineers
 05. films
 06. tracks
 07. m.e.
 08. complex
 09. observer
 10. conversation
 11. cars

extended set:
 12. the fall
 13. pure
 14. down in the park
 15. haunted
 16. halo
 17. jagged
 18. are 'friends' electric?
 19. encore break
 20. i die: you die
 21. zulu
 22. a prayer for the unborn


Lydia Lunch / Henry Rollins - University of London, London, UK - 19.11.1987 (Flac)

Spoken word performances, released on the "Lock 'n' Load" bootleg cassette, available from the ULU (other side of cassette contains Jeffrey Lee Pierce and before you ask for it, I don't have it). Thanks to sam1 for sending me this recording to share here.

Lydia Lunch Setlist:

The Battle Of Sex...
The Cancer Has Finally Become Contagious

(25 minutes)

Henry Rollins Setlist:
Million Ways To Beat Off...
She's Getting Better...
Case of  Beer on The Stomach...
(23 minutes)

Talk Talk Talk

Simple Minds - Irvington, New Jersey, USA - 27.05.1984 & Festival Grounds, Werchter, Belgium - 08.07.1984 (Flac)

AKA "Under The Crystal Lights"

A recent bootleg from SM, but probably the best sounding one ever. A pity that the setlist of both concerts is identical. Thanks to HARMONIZER09/APOPTYGMA for sharing this bootleg on DIME.

Original Info File:

Format: Double CD
Release Information: Far East Recordings SM84 1/2
Source: Soundboard
5 STARS!!!

Silver bootlegs produced in 2009 and remastered by Noddy C > WAV through NERO > FLAC8 through TRADER LITTLE HELPER > 2U

The band:
Jim Kerr: vocals
Charlie Burchill: guitar
Derek Forbes: bass
Mel Gaynor: drums
Michael MacNeil: keyboards

While Simple Minds are still on the roads in 2009 and 2010 with "Graffiti Soul", while Jim Kerr will propose in May 2010 his 1st solo album "A.K.A. lost boy", it's time to remember the golden era...
In three albums (New gold dream-81-82-83-84-, Sparkle in the rain, Once upon a time), the band touched the sky and raised the sun with ecstatic performances during the different tours.
in 1984, for the "Sparkle in the rain tour", the band proposed apocalyptic versions of songs from the two previous albums, performances still in mind of all the SM fans.
This tour was amazing and especially Soundboard's recordings from these two dates present on this double silver CD are the finest candy for all of us!
Don't dream anymore:
These gigs have been already uploaded in remastered versions through DIME with more complete versions and/or remastering tools.
I personally uploaded the full gig on Dime in 2009-11-28 for the Irvington Show and the show from the Festival Grounds at Werchter was uploaded a couple of months later.
Nevertheless, today, this liberated double bootleg for the community of SM fans with full artwork in HD is a gift I know that will be appreciated.
Not everyday appears one jewel in silver CDS as this one!

That's all folks!



1994-05-27, Irvington, New Jersey, USA CD1:
Duration: 75:01:22

01 - East at easter
02 - Up on the catwalk
03 - Book of brilliant things
04 - Glittering prize
05 - The american
06 - Speed your love to me/"C" moon cry like a baby
07 - Someone somewhere (In summertime)
08 - Promised you a miracle
09 - Big sleep
10 - Waterfront

1984-07-08, Festival Grounds, Werchter, Belgium CD2:
Duration: 75:10:28

01 - Up on the catwalk
02 - Speed your love to me/"C" moon cry like a baby
03 - Glittering prize
04 - The american
05 - Someone somewhere (In summertime)
06 - Promised you a miracle
07 - Big sleep
08 - Waterfront
09 - New gold dream (81-82-83-84)/Take me to the river/Light my fire


Thursday, 27 December 2012

The Trashcan Vol5.

The trash seems to be endless. Another big chunk.

DID I mentioned the Trashcan is NSFW!


You weren't expecting the trash to be in plain sight, were you?

Worthless or not, you'll have to work a little to get it.

Well, don't be afraid, sin is in the dark light.

Ministry - Earthlink Live, Atlanta, GA, USA - 11.05.2003 (DVD)

RIP Mike Scaccia. Sad  News :(

Authored Menu
4:3 Letterbox

Video: MPEG 2, 720x480, 29.97 Fps, 6 Mbps
Audio: MPEG 1/2 L2, Stereo, 48 Khz, 224 Kbps


01. Intro
02. Animosity
03. Unsung
04. Piss
05. Deadguy
06. Filth Pig
07. Bad Blood
08. Psalm 69
09. Crumbs
10. Supermanic Soul
11. Reload
12. N. W. O.
13. Just One Fix
14. Hero
15. Thieves
16. So What
17. Supernaut
18. Breathe

Total Time: 95 min

RIP Mike

Hunters Club - Leicester - 22.12.1986 (Flac)

A rare gem shared by Dozmeister. He's said it was an audience recording when he sent it to me, but hearing it I'm almost sure it's a soundboard.

Lineage: TDK90 1st gen. audience recording (Soundboard?) -> CD -> TLH -> Flac Level 8


01. Trashcan
02. Suzi
03. Burn Me Up
04. Favorite Car
05. Amphetamine Sunrise
06. Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
07. Talking Terror
08. Play The Game

Hunt It!

Morthound - Death Time - Tape Rip (Flac)

In the winter of 1990 Morthond was created as a one-man project of Benny Nilsen. The idea was to make visual music without any moving pictures with coincidence as a main inspiration." (from "Karmanik Collection") In 1992 the name "Morthond" was changed to "Morthound"; the first release under the new name was "Spindrift". Morthound was disbanded in 1996 and Nilsen started out with his new project Hazard. - Info from Discogs

Quite atmospheric music from this industrial one man band. An offering from Ronan. Our Thanks to him. The tape was ripped in mono, so I duplicated the channel to make it stereo, in fact a dual mono. 


01. Death Time
02. Mithril
03. Fold Up
04. My Burning Flesh
05. Atmosphere - Distance
06. Anasthetic
07. Entertainment In The Desert I
08. Entertainment In The Desert II
09. Amen


Wednesday, 26 December 2012

The Sisters Of Mercy - House Of Blues, Anaheim, USA - 18.03.2006 (Flac)

Another upgrade to FLAC.


I guess this would now be considered a second generation bootleg.  Although I appreciate the recording highly and the speed in which it became available, the original cutting of tracks seems to have been done in haste.

This version is of the complete recording, but with track turnovers edited in Wavlab.  If anyone objects... um -- I'll look into it.  I made my own personal edited version to fit on a single CD-R (wherein I also reduced the 'clip' when Von yells "Vote yourselves sicker" in response to... ehem... Bush at the beginning of 'Vision Thing').  I did try adjusting gain and make it louder, but now realize that many of the bass tones just turn to mud.  The original mix is rather clean so adjust your volume and EQ manually.

I recommend listening to crowd banter track simply for the guy screaming such things as "Andrew ...  I love you ... god damn...".  It's wonderful stuff.


MARCH 18, 2006

The Sisters of Mercy, live at the House of Blues in Anaheim! Venue holds about 2000 people. My knowledge of the Sisters of Mercy discography is a little weak, so please correct any innacurate song listings here on DIME. Depeche Mode fans and the Cure fans will definitely appreciate this!

Recorder: dmlive2k
Equipment: Sony Hi-MD MZ-RH10, PCM format. Core Sound Binaural Mic w/Bass Roll Off
Location: directly behind soundboard, center stage

SETLIST (Corrected)

00 Intro
01 Crash And Burn
02 Ribbons
03 When You Don’t See Me
04 Will I Dream?
05 Flood I
06 Suzanne
07 Giving Ground
08 Summer
09 Dominion/Mother Russia
10 Slept
11 Burn
12 Alice
13 Anaconda
14 Romeo Down
15 Flood II
16 Something Fast
17 Lucretia
18 Break/Crowd Banter
19 Top Nite Out
20 Temple of Love
21 Vision Thing

Absolutely no selling or EBAY of this recording. Purely for entertainment. Support the Band. Buy their CDs! Do not convert to lossy - it sounds like crap!


Billy Bragg / Nick Cave / New Order / Pulp - King's College Student Union, London - 24.09.2001 (Flac)

This is a recording taken from the "John Peel Show".

BBC Radio 1, John Peel, Broadcast October 11 2001. Celebrating Peel's 40 years of Broadcasting.

Source: FM > Tape, TDK D120 > CD, Sony CD-R Audio > FLAC.
Equipment: NAD 710, NAD 616, NAD C660 - Recorded as one long stream with manual track increments.

Tape turned over during "Into My Arms" (Nick Cave)

Billy Bragg
01 A Lover Sings
02 Milkman of Human Kindness
03 St Monday
04 She Came Along To Me
05 Everywhere

Nick Cave
06 God Is In The House
07 Mercy Seat
08 Into My Arms
09 Into My arms (Continued)

New Order
10 Transmission

11 Theme From Peter Gunn
12 Sorted For E's & Whizz
13 Help The Aged
14 This Is Hardcore
15 Sunrise

The Stranglers - Paris - 12.11.1979 (ProShot DVD)

Good ProShot, even if the image is a little compressed.  23 minutes long.


01. Intro
02. 5 Minutes
03. Shah Shah A Go Go
04. Ice
05. Down In The Sewer
06. Hanging Around

Hanging Around

Sunday, 23 December 2012

The Sisters Of Mercy - Gross Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany - 16.04.2006 (Flac)

The sound is a bit overloaded, but not too much.

Source: unknown


- Crash And Burn
- Ribbons
- Doctor Jeep - Detonation Boulevard
- When You Don't See Me
- Will I Dream
- Flood I
- We Are The Same, Suzanne
- Giving Ground
- Summer
- Dominion - Mother Russia
- Slept
- Alice
- Anaconda
- Romeo Down
- break
- I Was Wrong
- This Corrosion
- Something Fast
- Lucretia, My Reflection
- Top Nite Out
- Temple Of Love


Saturday, 22 December 2012

The Trashcan Vol4

You already know the drill, porn and loss. This time I was more careful about the size of archives, all below 500mg.

DID I mentioned the Trashcan is NSFW!


You weren't expecting the trash to be in plain sight, were you?

Worthless or not, you'll have to work a little to get it.

Well, don't be afraid, sin is looking through the window.

Friday, 21 December 2012

The Cure - Nakano Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan - 17.10.1984 (ProShot DVD)

Color / Stereo 86 min.

Japan Only VHS Release. Comes in a hard plastic case with b&w lyrics sheet. Recorded live in Tokyo, Nakano Sun Plaza Hall, October 17th 1984. Incomplete concert as M, Bird Mad Girl, Piggy In The Mirror, Happy The Man & Forever are missing

    Bass – Phil Thornalley
    Drums – Andy Anderson
    Guitar – Porl Thompson
    Keyboards – Laurence Tolhurst
    Vocals, Guitar – Robert Smith

Format: VHS, NTSC


01         Shake Dog Shake        
02         Play For Today           
03         Primary           
04         Wailing Wall            
05         The Empty World      
06         The Hanging Garden      
07         The Walk            
08         One Hundred Years       
09         Give Me It           
10         A Forest           
11         The Top           
12         Charlotte Sometimes       
13         Let's Go To Bed       
14         The Caterpillar        
15         Boys Don't Cry            
16         10:15 Saturday Night       
17         Killing An Arab         
18         The Lovecats          

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