Tuesday, 29 April 2014
Peter Hook and The Light - Espaço Armazém F, Lisboa, Portugal - 12.04.2014 (Flac)
As requested. Peter brings the house down, quite an awesome concert and an extensive setlist, Thanks to doublec for sharing it on Dime.
Original Info File:
--- 16-bit version ---
source: AUD (see location below) > Church Audio CA-14 Cardioids > Church Audio battery box >
> Edirol R-09 (24-bit/48.0 kHz, LINE-IN, rec. level 22/30) > SDHC Panasonic RP-SDM04G
location: 10 m from the stage, centered, hat-mounted mic
transfer: SDHC Panasonic RP-SDM04G > HD (via USB) > Audacity 2.0.5 (editing, see below) >
> CD Wave 1.98 (track splitting) > r8brain 1.9 (44.1 kHz resampling/very high quality 16-bit dithering) >
> TLH 18.104.22.168 (sector boundaries alignment/level 8 compression) > FLAC
generation: master (no optical media extraction)
taper: [G.P.] (doublec)
"New Order" set:
01 [00:28] *** intro ***
02 [06:49] Your Silent Face
03 [04:18] Senses
04 [04:37] I.C.B.
05 [05:30] Age Of Consent
06 [04:59] Leave Me Alone
07 [05:15] Ceremony
08 [07:08] Blue Monday
09 [05:47] Atrocity Exhibition
10 [02:58] Isolation
11 [04:34] Passover
12 [04:18] Colony
13 [04:18] A Means To An End
14 [04:31] Heart And Soul
15 [04:12] Twenty Four Hours
16 [05:29] The Eternal
17 [07:40] Decades
"Unknown Pleasures" set:
18 [02:58] Digital
19 [03:16] Disorder
20 [05:02] Day Of The Lords
21 [02:57] Candidate
22 [04:39] Insight
23 [05:23] New Dawn Fades
24 [04:25] She's Lost Control
25 [05:05] Shadowplay
26 [02:36] Wilderness
27 [02:20] Interzone
28 [07:03] I Remember Nothing
29 [02:26] *** encore break ***
30 [04:16] Atmosphere
31 [05:11] Dead Souls
32 [03:04] Warsaw
33 [04:03] Transmission
34 [05:12] Love Will Tear Us Apart
Total running time [2:33:02]
WAV 16-bit 1.50 GB
FLAC 16-bit 863 MB
This is my first recording "abroad" (I mean, out of Italy).
The venue is a small club at Lisbon port area.
I arrived early so I could check the spot with the better sound, about 10 m from the stage.
People completely into the show with acceptable clapping and someone at my left singing (very good!) the first Closer tracks.
Another very good recording but again (as in Roncade) several small dropouts appeared.
I am sorry for this because in the meanwhile I have taped Depeche Mode, Editors and Franz Ferdinand without problems... seems Peter Hook has a "special" effect on my equipment.
Since I have found the mic's cable severely twisted, maybe my occasional movement (I was taping, but I was also into the show) were "registered" as excessive tension by the cable plugin... just an hypotesis.
Anyway the problem is limited to only four tracks (5, 13, 16 and 18) and the quality of the recording has been substantially preserved.
What about the show?
It was my second Peter Hook And The Light show in two months (the first one was the Movement/PCL set in Roncade, taped too).
I flew to Lisbon just in the afternoon and I enjoyed a 2-day holiday in this fine and friendly town.
I have decided to give me a chance to attend to the Unknown Pleasures/Closer set because I missed it in Italy two years ago and I feared this was one of the last chance to catch it... at a reasonable distance.
As a matter of fact I have really appreciated the previous show and my positive feeling was confirmed by this one.
Another quality show, with one of the longest setlist ever (32 live tracks).
Peter Hook And The Light has won the challenge with its genuine passion (more than a tribute band) and offers 2 hours and half shows at an unusual low price (less than 20 euros in Roncade and 25 euros in Lisbon).
I have never thought to listen Decades played live by one of the original JD members (that songs really moved me and is worth the money spent for the flight and the hotel).
And it is my great pleasure to share this recording with you.
- The total running time of the recording was 2:56:32; I have cut the first 4:44 mins of intro recorded music from PA and the last useless 6 secs reducing the master firstly to 2:51:42.
- Secondly, I have amplified both channels (+9.0 dB)
- Thirdly, I have divided the recording in three separate parts, "New Order" set (0:39:08), "Closer" set (0:43:51) and "Unknown Pleasures + Encore" set (1:10:02), deleting about 15:15 and 3:25 mins of recorded music from PA between the three sets.
- "New Order" set: I have faded-out the last 10 secs.
- "Closer" set: I have faded-in the first 5 secs and faded-out the last 10 secs.
- "Unknown Pleasures + Encore" set: I have faded-in the first 5 secs and faded-out the last 10 secs.
- If you burn to audio CD, you will need 2 CDs, but I suggest 3 CDs (CD1: 01-08; CD3: 09-17; CD2: 18-34)
Please do not sell nor convert to mp3 for distribution (mp3 only for personal use!)
Feel free to share in the way you prefer, but please share this fileset as originally torrented (so preserve file integrity!)
First seeded by doublec @ DIME on 2014-04-18