Saturday, 24 May 2014

RE-UPLOAD: The Cult - House Of Blues, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A - 29.06.2001 (Flac)

NOTE: The info file and folder names are wrong, this concert is actually from 2001 not 1999 (please correct it after downloading. 

Excellent FM broadcasted turned into a silver bootleg. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:
(FM - Liberated boot "L'il Devil")
This is not a King Biscuit broadcast.

Ian Astbury - lead vocals
Billy Duffy - lead guitar
Matt Sorum - drums
Martyn LeNoble - bass
Mike Dimkich - guitar

Taper: unknown
Taping Gear: unknown
Source: No label "L'il Devil" boot CD
Lineage: Boot Silver CD> Sony CDP-XA20ES CD playback> TASCAM CDRW-700> Trade CD-R> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: ex FM
Length: 67:12 minutes
Artwork: none.
Samples: none.

Set List:

01.  Rise
02.  In The Clouds
03.  L'il Devil
04.  Edie (Ciao Baby!)
05.  The Witch
06.  Breathe
07.  The Saint
08.  Take The Power
09.  Fire Woman
10.  Sweet Soul Sister
11.  Wild Flower
12.  She Sells Sanctuary
13.  War (The Process)
14.  Nirvana
15.  Love Removal Machine
16.  Outro

Taper's Comments:
1 - HELP!! If you have any uncirculated SPIRIT shows, or better quality FM
  broadcasts than what's been posted here before, please share them. If you
  know anybody who has shows that fit this category that aren't on DIME, please
  dub off their stuff and share it. I'm trying to write a book on SPIRIT and need
  all the information I can get. I have a database of over 1500 gigs 1967-1996, and
  want to find as much information as I can to add to it. If you have any memories
  of where you saw SPIRIT, the more specific the better (venue, city, date, supporting
  bands, etc.), I'd love to know that as well. Please leave that in the comments
  section or PM me. Thank you!

2 - Show description & comments follow:
  This is the first reunion tour for THE CULT featuring many of the songs that would
  end up on the 2001 "Beyond Good And Evil" album. In my opinion, it's fantastic, but
  Atlantic did a crap job promoting it, which was a shame. Enjoy!


Support the artists: Buy the officially released items, etc.

Prepared by Jeff James



  1. Thank you very much for the show and his attention.
    Maybe a next if you had it? 2001.05.25 New York.

  2. This is not Chicago 1999. During the 1999 Cult Rising tour they didn't play any song from BG&E, it was a greatest hits setlist. If I'm not wrong this is one of the two incomplete sources from Chicago 2001 that were posted here a couple years ago:

    1. Absoluely true, I went to check the DIME history of this version, and it was posted as 1999 and then corrected to 2001. I missed that correctinon and still had it marked as the 1999 concert.

      So, I don't have the 1999 HOB recording.

    2. I don't think there's any recording from Chicago 1999. There are a few recordings from that tour (San Francisco, Boston, LA and Vegas are the most common), but I've never seen Chicago. They sounded great at the time.