Sunday, 29 June 2014

The Sisters Of Mercy - MMXIV First Round (DVD)

Huge Thanks to all the tapers, sisterstekland for all is work doing this DVD and to The Riddler for the cover.

Videos from: Mr blonde / Mindphaser1000 / The Nursemanwh / sonic's channel


Crash & Burn
When you don't See me
Blood Money
A Rock and a Hard Place
Gift that Shines
Top Nite Out
Dr Jeep / Detonation Boulevard
Amphetamine Logic
Dominion / Mother Russia
This Corrosion
Flood II
First & Last & Always
Kiss the Carpet
Something Fast
Vision Thing
Lucretia my Reflection
Misirlou (Dick Dale Cover)
Temple of Love

Dead Can Dance - Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands - 25.09.2012 (Video)

All credits to INC / IncyincThanks to S+©kmªÑ for the links.

Taper: Incurable :)
equipment: Olympus LS-20M (full show) / HTC EVO 3D (pics/3d clips)
Lineage: Olympus LS-20M -> Handbrake -> Corel Videostudio Pro -> MP4
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1246x720 (244:141) 25fps 2479kbps [Video]
Audio: AAC 48000Hz stereo 159kbps

see jpg for tracklisting

Personal note:

After seeing Dead can Dance live for the first time in 1993 and back at the reunion in 2005, I was very happy after nine years we could see them live again. And this time I had the equipment to film this show in great quality!
I just bought this camera a few months before this show and had already filmed a couple of other bands (with some trial & error). This time I knew how to get everything right for the best recording.
We only had to see if we could get a seat close to the stage for a
good close-up recording.
We walked into the venue a bit late and it was already packed. We walked to the front to see if there were still empty seats and to our surprise on both sides of the podium there was still enough room for the two of us. Probably people didn't want to sit in front of the PA speakers. For us that wasn't a problem and we didn't really notice it during the show. The sound in the venue was clear, also in our seats.
A great spot for filming!

The support act was David Kuckhermann, a German who gave the audience a kind of workshop with exotic drums (Hang) and tambourine.
A very good warmup for the DCD performance!
I've included a clip from the 'Arabic Tambourine' piece (shot with HTC).

About half an hour later Dead can Dance entered the stage.
From then on the audience was mesmerised for the next 2 hours.
A Dead can Dance show is almost a religious experience.
Brandon was a lot balder than the last time I saw them and Lisa was
(as always) her beautiful self.
A great show!

Battery change after 'Sanvean' and before 'Nierika' (goose bumps with this song everytime), but no songs are missed, just some audience.
During filming the show with the Olympus, I also took out my HTC EVO 3D phone and shot a couple of photo's and videos in 3D. For people with a 3D monitor, I have included these as well.
The clips in 3D are MP4 1280x720, the songs:

(numbered according to the setlist)

04. Kiko
08. Sanvean
11. The Host of Seraphim

The audio is not very good on these clips, but it gives you a chance to see DCD in 3D.



The The - Infected Videos [PAL-DVD]

Thanks to mediarare for sharing this

[01]. Intro / The Great Solitude
[02]. Infected
[03]. Out of the Blue (Into the Fire)
[04]. Heartland
[05]. Angels of Deception
[06]. Sweet Bird of Truth
[07]. Slow Train to Down
[08]. Twilight of a Champion
[09]. The Mercy Beat
[10]. Outro / Credits


Format                                   : MPEG Video
Format version                           : Version 2
Duration                                 : 46mn 25s
Bit rate mode                            : Variable
Bit rate                                 : 5 570 Kbps
Maximum bit rate                         : 8 000 Kbps
Width                                    : 720 pixels
Height                                   : 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio                     : 4:3
Frame rate                               : 25.000 fps
Standard                                 : PAL
Compression mode                         : Lossy

Format                                   : PCM
Duration                                 : 46mn 25s
Bit rate mode                            : Constant
Bit rate                                 : 1 536 Kbps
Channel(s)                               : 2 channels
Sampling rate                            : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth                                : 16 bits


The MK Ultra - This Is It (Flac)

Again Thanks to dsabine for sending me this one to share here.


01. Regeneration
02. Drug Free USA
03. Evrybody
04. Skin
05. Trip Me Up - Free Your mind
06. Automation Temptation
07. F.U.C.K.
08. Trip Down 

Magazine - Music Hall Theatre, Toronto, Canada - 21.08.1980 (Flac)

Excellent FM capture. This has the added curiosity of "THe Light Pours Out Of Me" being sung in French.

Thanks to jfb for taping and to surfling for sharing it on Dime.

Original Info Files:

Source: FM (CFNY-FM Boadcast)

CD WAVE (splits/edits) > FLAC

Taped by: jfb

Transfered by: jfb

File Size: 281 MB

1. A Song From Under The Floorboards
2. Permafrost
3. The Light Pours Out Of Me
5. Parade
6. Philadelphia
7. I Want To Burn Again
8. Because You're Frightened
9. Model Worker

Notes: Quality is quite good, but not perfect. There is some minor
FM type distortion and a few seconds lost due to a tape flip at the
start of "Thank You". I would say A-.

Unfortunately this is not the entire concert. It was taped by CFNY-FM in
Toronto and edited down for broadcast a few weeks after the performance.
I am including a scan of my ticket stub.


Reseed Note:

I like my music tagged so I tagged all the files. I also added an md5 file.
Other than that the files are untouched and as they came with the original torrent.

Tagged & re-seeded on DAD by surfling october 2013.

All thanks go to jfb who recorded and transfered the tape, and to the the original seeder!

Suicide - CBGB, New York, USA - 04.02.1978 (Flac)

Excellent audience recording.

Original Info File:



01. dance
02. ghost rider
03. 96 tears
04. rocket usa
05. frankie teardrop

no mp3's, no selling, YES SHARING - “Your last shirt wont have a pocket” (Lone Taper)
please no remaster/reposts - it is what it is.
“It ain’t perfect, but it ain’t bad”

Fad Gadget - Arena, Rotterdam, The Netherlands - 17.03.1984 (Flac)

Excelent sound quality. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

VPRO FM Radio broadcast

On the original CD-R this radio broadcast was supplied as a single track; after ripping and before splitting into different tracks, CoolEdit Pro 2.1 was used to correct some slight DC Bias offset error on the two stereo channels, before equalizing a bit (mainly treble and bass boost) and normalising the volume on both channels.

Known lineage :-

Traded CD-R -> EAC -> WAV -> CoolEdit Pro 2.1 (DC Bias adjust +2.45/+2.07, bass and treble boost using 30-channel graphic equalizer, and amplitude normalisation) -> WAV -> Medieval Cue Splitter v1.2 (track splitting) -> multiple WAV's -> TLH -> FLAC 8 & .ffp

Setlist (not necessarily the complete performance) :-

01 - State Of The Nation
02 - Coitus Interruptus
03 - Ideal World
04 - Collapsing New People
05 - The Ring
06 - Ad Nauseam
07 - Lovers Rock
08 - For Whom The Bells Toll
09 - Ricky's Hand
10 - Back To Nature
11 - Fireside Favourite

Length = 44 mins 50 secs approx.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters Of Mercy - Academy, Leeds, UK - 08.04.2009 (Flac)

Very good sound. This version is splitted into individual tracks.

01. Crash and Burn
02. Ribbons
03. Train/Detonation Boulevard
04. Alice
05. Flood I
06. Anaconda
07. Marian
08. Susanne
09. Arms
10. Giving Ground
11. Dominion/Mother Russia
12. Summer
13. First and Last and Always
14. This Corrosion
15. Flood II
16. audience
17. Romeo Down
18. Vision Thing
19. audience
20. Lucretia My Reflection
21. Top Nite Out
22. Temple of Love

The Young Gods - Sala TMN Ao Vivo, Lisboa, Portugal - 06.12.2013 (Flac)

Huge Thanks tp Ziggy for sharing his recording on Dime.

Source: Zoom H2 (WAV - 44,10 kHz / 24 bit) rear mics
Recorded by: ziggyswoon

This recording was normalized and equalized. Hope you enjoy the result.I do! :-)


01. C.S.C.L.D.F. 
02. Jusqu'au bout 
03. Fais la mouette 
04. The Irrtum Boys 
05. Jimmy 
06. A ciel ouvert 
07. Did You Miss Me 
08. Percussionne 
09. Crier les chiens 
10. Pas mal 
11. L'eau Rouge 
12. L'Amourir 
13. Si tu gardes 


14. Feu 
15. Envoyé 

Encore 2:

16. La fille de la mort 

Share but not over mp3 and please don't profit from it. Don't sell this.

The Slits - Dingwalls, Camden Town, London, UK - 13.05.1977 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader.

AUD > (?) > Cassette > EAC > FLAC

20:11 minutes total

1. Vindictive (aka Let's Do the Split) 1:46
2. Instant Hit    2:21
3. Vaseline   1:33
4. So Tough   2:03
5. New Town   3:35
6. Love and Romance   2:24
7. Femme Fatale   2:45
8. Shoplifting   1:28
9. Number One Enemy   2:24

Ari Up (vocals)
Viv Albertine (guitar)
Tessa (bass)
Palmolive (drums)

Originally from Easytree in 2005 and reseeded by "zingapoor", April 2007.

Chvrches - Debaser Medis, Stockholm, Sweden - 30.10.2013 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

Pure FM Broadcast

Broadcasted on Pure FM, Belgium, 2014-04-06. Stereo reception. Excellent sound.

Complete broadcast. Complete show according the setlist here :

Recording Gear: Pioneer Synthesizer Tuner F-Z93L --> Pioneer Amplifier XD-Z53T --> Roland Edirol R09HR v.1.04 (16bit/44kHz) input level at 41 --> PC with USB cable
Post production: volume and balance adjusted, fade in (first track) & fade out (last track), tracks created and tagged with SoundForgePro.
Tracks in wav --> Flac 8, Align on sector boundaries using fix and .ffp with Trader's Little Helper

2 radio jingles was delete (no music lost). Rest 6 radio jingles (not delete).


01. We Sink
02. Gun
03. Lungs
04. Now Is Not the Time
05. Lies
06. Night Sky
07. Strong Hand
08. Science/Visions
09. Recover
10. Tether
11. Under The Tide
12. The Mother We Share
13. Encore
14. By The Throat

Total Time: 59:36

RE-UPLOAD: The Vaynes - Great Northern Rock Session - 1986 (Flac)

And another forgotten band from the Leeds 80's scene, kindly shared by Egg_Crisis.

01 Cinderella
02 Baby Cruel
03 Sick Of You
04 Rock N Roll Christ
05 Mr Fixit
06 The Midnight Gun

Length - 28:02

cassette(unknown gen) > wav > Adobe Audition (Hiss removal-light setting) > CDWave(split on sector boundaries) > flac(6)

I received the tape in Sept'89 but with no date listed.  Baby Cruel is announced as the new single and it was released in 1986.
Track 4 is clearly announced as "Rock N Roll CHRIST".  It's extremely similar to their song "Rock N Roll Crime" but has some different lyrics.  An earlier version perhaps?

Great Northern Rock was a radio show broadcast on various BBC local radio stations in the Yorkshire area, BBC Radio Sheffield, BBC Radio Leeds, BBC Radio Humberside being 3 of them.

Brian Eno & J. Peter Schwalm - Volcán del Cuervo, Lanzarote, Spain - 13.10.2001 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader.

"BETWEEN US & IT" A performed installation of 4-D MUSIC

Original Info File;

digital radio > wav > CDR > wav > flac
Quality: A++

Brian Eno and J. Peter Schwalm performed and improvised this live concert inside a volcano (Volcán del Cuervo) at the 2001 Lanzarote Festival. The performance started at 19:30 on the 13th October.

The concert was broadcast on German radio although Peter Schwalm's Interview segments have been omitted.

01. Part 1    23:14
02. Part 2    08:46
03. Part 3       13:38
      Total:    45:38

J. Peter Schwalm is a German DJ/ percussionist with whom Brian Eno collaborated on the 2001 album, Drawn From Life. They have also worked together on several other projects.

Brian Eno on playing with J. Peter Schwalm: "When we first played, it was an immediately comfortable and synthetic playing relationship. My biggest problem with improvising with people generally is that they retreat into a safe place too quickly for me, and he didn't do that. Sometimes we would get into rather a strange musical place, some emotion that hadn't really been felt before."

Brian Eno on J. Peter Schwalm's music: "Sometimes you hear something and think: "Now this is how the modern world feels to me". Peter's music is like that, capturing excitement and speed and ambiguity and even wistfulness and melancholy...A complex emotional palette which feels to me like real life."


La Costa Rasa - Autopilot (Flac)

Only album by this band, that supported TSOM back in the day. 


01. Like A Machine    
02. Burning Idols    
03. Autopilot    
04. A Kind Of Life    
05. Madeline    
06. Close Enough    
07. Come On    
08. Headband    
09. Jet    
10. Silence

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

The Sisters Of Mercy - Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany - 15.05.2014 (MP3)

Very good sound quality. HUGE Thanks to dtsom for sharing this recording on Heartland.

Source Unknown


Amphetamine Logic
Crash And Burn
Gift That Shines
Blood Money
A Rock And A Hard Place
When You Don't See Me
Dominion / Mother Russia
First And Last And Always
This Corrosion

First Encore
Kiss The Carpet
Lucretia, My Reflection
Vision Thing

Second Encore
Something Fast
Temple Of Love

Ministry - Hultsfred Festival, Hultsfred, Sweden - 14.06.1996 (Flac)

Excellent sound quality. Thanks to the original uploader,

Original InfoFile.

FM Broadcast

Generation: 1st gen cassette from FM Cassette capture
Lineage: FM Broadcast > Master Cassette > Cass. > Nakamichi CR-3A > Sony PCM-M10 (24/48) > Adobe Audition (Normalize to -0.1 db, Convert to 16/44) > CDWAVE (track) > FLAC

Radio Intro
Filth Pig
So What
Just One Fix
Scare Crow (w/ announcer)
Radio Announcer
Radio Outro

Received this cassette tape with the label "Ministry Hultsfred Festival 1996 FM1." This comes straight from the FM broadcast, whenever this was. The tape is still in very good shape, and the quality is exceptional. Thanks to AF for sending me some tapes to be transferred. Hope you enjoy this if you grab it.

Kirlian Camera - Theaterfabrik, Leipzig, Germany - 18.10.2013 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader-

Original Info File:

- 16bit master by scttrbrn -


Edirol R-09 (16/44.1) + Sound Professionals SP-CMC-8 (hat mounted)
+ SPSB-11 (no bass roll off) > PC via USB > Cool Edit Pro (fading) >
CDWave (splitting) > FLAC 1.2.1 (Level 6) > You



01 - Intro
02 - Ascension
03 - Ocean
04 - Eclipse
05 - Solaris IV A
06 - The Christ
07 - News
08 - Erinnerung
09 - Edges
10 - Eclipse [different version]
11 - [Encore Break]

12 - Blue Room
13 - [Encore Break]

14 - Fields Of Sunset (Days Of The Scythe)
15 - [Encore Break]

16 - In The Endless Rain



First night of a 2-nights-residency in Leipzig. This is the "old school set"
with the 2nd night consisting of recent material. As I dislike most of the
new stuff I've been attending only the 1st night.

Lots of rarely performed songs in the setlist, although they could have dug
out a lot more instead of playing a nearly 15-minute-intro of boring drones
and 2 versions of "Eclipse" which is performed at every gig... Also they could
have exerted a lot more for recreating the original sound of the vintage tunes
instead of presenting them in a modern way (best example is "Blue Room" which
took me about half of the song to recognize).

But instead of complaining too much I should be happy to have heard a few
rare gems at all. All in all it was a good show.


Support the artists - buy the records - visit the shows!

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The Toy Dolls - The Fonda, Hollywood, CA, USA - 17.04.2014 (DVD)

Thanks to  S+©kmªÑ for sending me the links to share here.


Bandit999 Presents

Toy Dolls - The Fonda, Hollywood, CA (17th April 2014)

OK here's an absolutely brilliant show from the Toy Dolls live in Hollywood 2014.
This was filmed by Joeyfumes who does a fantastic job, its nice and steady from
the balcony with really good close-ups and great sound, a big thanks to him for
his great work and also for allowing me to post my DVD version of his HD file...
I made this for myself and it turned out great, so with Joeys OK here it is...
Another excellent addition to everyones ever growing Punk Rock DVD library...

Fully authored and ready to burn as usual enjoy, your friend Bandit999

01 - Cloughy Is A Bootboy!
02 - Bitten By A Bed Bug
03 - The Death Of Barry The Roofer
04 - Credit Crunch Christmas
05 - Dougy Giro
06 - Fiery Jack
07 - Spiders In The Dressing Room
08 - Nellie The Elephant
09 - Ashbrooke Launderette
10 - Bless You My Son
11 - My Girlfriend's Dad's A Vicar
12 - Olga I Cannot
13 - Idle Gossip
14 - The Lambrusco Kid
15 - Toccata In Dm
16 - Alec's Gone
17 - Dig That Groove Baby

Running Time:- 50 Minutes
This is a NTSC DVD ISO Image File
Format               : MPEG 2
File size            : 3.1 GB
Bit rate             : 9000 Kbps
Width                : 720 pixels
Height               : 480 pixels
Frame rate           : 29.970 fps
Standard             : PAL
Bit rate             : 256 Kbps
Bit rate mode        : CBR
Channel(s)           : 2 channels
Sampling rate        : 48 KHz
Resolution           : 16 bits
If you appreciate all the time and hard work
I put into everything i bring you...........

A simple thanks sure does mean a lot........
So alll credits to Bandit999
and BudtheWeiser for the nice cover



The MK Ultra - Beluga Pop (Flac)

James Ray techno project. He shares all his stuff on his site in MP3, this is a FLAC versiob ripped from the CDThanks to Sabine for sending me this one.

01. Three Minutes To Mars
02. Seventy Billion People
03. Muktuk
04. Dada Da Chink
05.The Dancing Crow
06. Beluga Pop
07. The Hreat Architect
08. Hi-Tech Overlord

RE-UPLOAD: Naked Voices - Demos 1979 (Gary Marx Pre-Sisters of Mercy) (Flac)





Simple Minds - The Sunset Strip, Hollywood, CA, USA - xx.xx.1995 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader. 

Original Info File:


Recorded Live From The Sunset Strip In Hollywood/CA. 1995 During The Good News From The Next World Tour

This contains 12 tracks and runs 61min 41sec.


sbd recording in an excellent quality


sbd recording in an ok quality
tracked and named by FBAUER in 02/2014
sound sample provided in comments section


sbd recording in an ok quality
tracked and named by FBAUER in 02/2014
sound sample provided in comments section


1. she's a river (6:21)
2. and the band played on (5:09)
3. waterfront (4:23)
4. great leap forward (5:47)
5. stand by love (4:19)
6. don't you (forget about me) (6:22)
7. weiß nich (0:14)
8. hypnotised (6:05)
9. see the lights (5:59)
10. sanctify yourself (6:27)
11. alive and kicking (6:15)
12. white light, white heat (4:14)

The Buzzcocks - The Electric Circus, Manchester, England, UK - 02.10.1977 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

SDB > ? > Cassette > wav > flac
35:03 total minus 4:43 for the deletion of 'Time'Up'

01 Fast Cars   2:20
02 Fiction Romance   4:43
03 Boredom   2:55
04 Sixteen   3:25
05 You Turn Me Up   3:09 
06 Orgasm Addict   1:58
07 Pulsebeat   5:53
08 Love Battery   2:34
   >>> Time's Up *

Bonus cut from 'Whats On TV' Program from 1978, July the 21st
09 I Can't Control Myself   3:39

* Deleted due to inclusion the commercial release:
"Short Circuit: Live at the Electric Circus", released 1978, June the 16th

From Wiki:
"'Short Circuit: Live at the Electric Circus' is a compilation album of songs
recorded live at the Electric Circus, Manchester, on the 1st and 2 October 1977,
two concerts marking the last nights of the venue before it closed. Released by
Virgin Records in 1978, the album was originally only available on 10-inch blue,
black, and yellow vinyl.[2][3]
Joy Division performed under their original name Warsaw on the second night, but
the track was credited to Joy Division on the sleeve as they had changed their
name in January 1978.[4]
The album was reissued on CD in 1990 on the Blue Plate label.
The album was the debut release for The Fall; Joy Division self-released their
debut 7" An Ideal for Living just 13 days earlier, and all the other bands had
released debuts in 1977."

From the original uploader:
"Ok this is a little thing I found that I had encoded from a
tape I got in about 1982/3. It is a good soundboard recording
of the Buzzcocks at the last night of the legendary Electric
circus in manchester (or those who don't know it was the main
punk venue in manchester).The last track is from a TV program
which reunited the original line-up of the band."

De Raggende Manne - Luxor, Arnhem, Netherlands - 06.11.1991 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:


VPRO's De Slag Om Arnhem     
(= The Battle for Arnhem)

lineage: FM > cassette > line-out > iRiver H320 > USB > PC > CD Wave > Flac
taping, transfering and seeding: _tunic_



01. intro
02. Zand
03. Ik Vind Je Leuk
04. Het Rijdt Niet
05. Vale Kop
06. Ik Zag Je Met Een Ander
07. Bruine Armen
08. Lullen Bij De Bus
09. Soms Gaat het Niet
10. Bloedeloos
11. band introduction / Beer in M'n Kop
12. Hij Moet Erin
13. Sodemieter Op
14. "lid worden"
15. Nee's Niks

Palli Gudmundsson - Drums, Vocals
Louis Ter Burg - Bass, Vocals
Theo Slagter - Guitar, Vocals
Bob Fosko - Vocals, Trumpet


This Slag Om Arnhem has nothing to do with WOII. This night was organized by VPRO to get more members. Because more members meant that they could get more time to broadcast on radio and TV. I think I became a member that night, and I still am. I vaguely recall that there were actually five bands playing, but I'm not really sure and have no idea who that fifth band might have been. Chances are high that I didn't like them and therefor didn't record it. But for sure these four bands were playing that night:
 1: The Groovy Happening Thing *
 2: Spo Dee O Dee
 3: De Raggende Manne
 4: Herman Brood & His Wild Romance *
* not the full sets: GHT is cut off by the broadcast, HB is cut off because the tape didn't run any further

Originally uploaded on: 27 April 2007
Reseeded on: 5 January 2012.
This time shared separately and including an updated info file and tags.
Reseeded once again on: 12 February 2014

Warpaint - NOS Primavera Sound, Parque da Cidade, Porto, Portugal - 06.06.2014 (Flac)

Thanks to Ziggy for sharing this one.

Source:FM Broadcast>Tuner Denon TU-460>Amplifier Technics SU-V500>Zoom H2
line in>WAV - 44,10 kHz / 16 bit


01. Keep It Healthy
02. Bees
03. Undertow
04. Love Is to Die
05. Biggy
06. Disco//Very
07. No Way Out
08. Ashes To Ashes (David Bowie cover)
09. Elephants

Enjoy, share but do not profit in any way with this recording. Also use mp3 only for your personal use.

Sunday, 15 June 2014

The Sisters Of Mercy - The Docks, Hamburg, Germany - 26.05.2014 (MP3)

Thanks to Bine AKA Mantahari for sharing this recording on HL.


When You Don't See Me
Blood Money
Crash and Burn
Gift That Shines
Amphetamine Logic
First And Last And Always
Doctor Jeep / Detonation Boulevard
Top Nite Out
Flood II
This Corrosion

Kiss the Carpet
Lucretia My Reflection
Vision Thing

Temple of Love

Saturday, 14 June 2014

The Cure - Bottlerock Festival - Toshiba Stage, Napa, CA, USA - 30.05.2014 (Flac)

Photo Copyright: Raymond Ahner

Another huge concert fro the Cure. Thanks to the taper for sharing his recording on Dime.

Original Info File:

SP-CMC-8 (w/Mods) > SP-SPSB-11 (95Hz Roll Off) > SONY PCM-M10 > Sandisk MicroSD Card (16gb - Class 10)

.WAV > Audacity 2.0.1 (Copy right track/convert back to stereo) > Adobe Audition 5.5 (normalize/amplify) > CD Wave (Track Splits) > Trader's Little Helper > Flac (Level 8)


01. Intro
02. Shake Dog Shake
03. Fascination Street
04. alt.end
05. The End of the World
06. Lovesong
07. Sleep When I'm Dead
08. Push
09. In Between Days
10. Just Like Heaven
11. Catch
12. Before Three
13. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
14. Pictures of You
15. Lullaby
16. High
17. Never Enough
18. Wrong Number
19. The Caterpillar
20. The Walk
21. Mint Car
22. Friday I'm in Love
23. Doing the Unstuck
24. Bananafishbones
25. Want
26. The Hungry Ghost
27. One Hundred Years
28. Give Me It
29. (encore break #1)
30. A Forest
31. (encore break #2)
32. The Lovecats
33. Hot Hot Hot!!!
34. Let's Go to Bed
35. Freakshow
36. Close to Me
37. Why Can't I Be You?


I had missed the Cure back at Coachella in 2009, and really regretted it, therefore when I saw the 2014 Bottlerock lineup get announced, I said to myself "no way in bloody hell am I'm going to miss the Cure now" (despite all the trouble and badmouthing this festival received the previous year).  I actually find it very cool that I finally got to see the Cure in my hometown where I grew up and lived for 25 years, and on the same field that I use to attend summer fairs at.  Sadly, and likely due to the festivals previous troubles and most Napans having bad taste, the crowd wasn't very big for the Cure (the festival wasn't crowded at all on Friday actually), but those who were there were definitely into it and excited.  Some perhaps into too much, as I found myself stuck next to some annoying "winos" (as I'll call them - rich soccer moms perhaps?) yapping a bunch, then stuck behind a screamer who wanted to film EVERY FUCKING SONG on his Samsung Galaxy right in front of me....but luckily I also found myself next to a fellow DIME user (sorry I forget your name!) who helped block and quieted the talkers, and even told the dude in front of me to stop filming.  I'm forever grateful to ya for that, so this recording is dedicated to ya, (and all the other Cure fans of course).

You couldn't have asked for a better Cure show in my opinion...they played until the bitter end (as they always do at festivals) and had the sound cut off on them at exactly 10pm (stupid Napa curfew...would it hurt to run til 11pm on Friday and Saturday??) in the midst of their second encore, which meant the third encore of "Boys Don't Cry" never happened, oh well, I really would have loved to hear that song live once though (along with "Faith", but I knew the odds of that happening were slim to none).

I also ran this show with my new microphones (after my old ones took a shit at Coachella this year, or so I thought).  My old mics actually work fine, and it was the battery box that had died instead.  So the rest of the weekend was ran on the old mics...but the new mics got the Cure :)

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The Pixies - NOS Primavera Sound, Parque da Cidade, Porto, Portugal - 06.06.2014 (Flac)

Huge Thanks to Ziggy for sharing this one on Dime. Excellent FM broadcast.

Source:FM Broadcast>Tuner Denon TU-460>Amplifier Technics SU-V500>Zoom H2
line in>WAV - 44,10 kHz / 16 bit


01. U-Mass
02. Debaser
03. River Euphrates
04. Something Against You
05. Hey
06. Bone Machine
07. Magdalena 318
08. Crackity Jones
09. Mr. Grieves
10. Bagboy
11. Velouria
12. Nimrod's Son
13. Ed Is Dead
14. Indie Cindy
15. Here Comes Your Man
16. La La Love You
17. Greens and Blues
18. Rock Music
19. I've Been Tired
20. Monkey Gone to Heaven
21. Gouge Away
22. Subbacultcha
23. Distance Equals Rate Times Time
24. The Sad Punk
25. Blue Eyed Hexe
26. Tame
27. Cactus
28. Vamos
29. Where Is My Mind?

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Kim Wilde - Festival ERP Remember 2014, Hipodromo de Cascais, Cascais, Portugal - 13.06.2014 (Flac)

This one is a guilty pleasure... When I was 10 years old, Kim Wilde was the hottest and coolest girl to appear on the TV, It's still difficult to shake those childhood memories, so her greatest hits is a usual on the iPod. Maybe some of you are also interested in checking how she's doing live these days. The radio station was supposed to only have permission of broadcasting 2 songs, but they left the feed open for the encore also, so it's 4 songs including a version of Alice Cooper and Kids In America.

As opposed to the Rock In Rio brodcasts this one is excellent.

Lineage: M80 FM Broadcast -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac (level 6)


01. You Came
02. You Keep Me Hanging On
03.(Encore Break Radio Host Talks)
04. Poison (Alice Cooper Cover)
05. Kids In America

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Morrissey - Live Outtakes - Astoria Theatre, London, 20.12.1992 & Le Zénith, Paris, France 22.12.1992 (Flac)

Huge Thanks to Vince DOME for his wonderful work doing and remastering this compilation.



The “Beethoven Was Deaf” Outtakes


01 Prelude                        [1.56]
02 Tomorrow                        [3.51]
03 November Spawned A Monster                [3.19]
04 Seasick, Yet Still Docked                [5.24]
05 Jack The Ripper                    [4.32]
06 Alsatian Cousin                    [2.30]
07 Sister I’m A Poet                    [2.18]
08 The Loop                        [3.39]
09 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference    [1.53]
10 I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday            [4.49]
11 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful    [2.43]
12 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys    [3.20]

13 Prelude                        [1.51]
14 You’re The One For Me, Fatty                [3.06]
15 Certain People I Know                [3.21]
16 Glamorous Glue                    [4.13]
17 Tomorrow                        [4.08]
18 The National Front Disco                [6.28]
19 Alsatian Cousin                    [2.45]
20 We’ll Let You Know                    [4.40]
21 You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side        [3.52]
22 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys    [3.25]

TOTAL TIME : 78.16 [40.22 + 37.54]


Tracks 01>12 recorded live at the Astoria Theatre, London, December 20, 1992.
Source : stereo soundboard recording available on the silver CD bootleg “Happy Xmas!?”.

Tracks 13>22 recorded live at Le Zénith, Paris, France, December 22, 1992.
Source : stereo audience recording available on the silver CD bootleg “I’m A Poet”.



in May 1993 Morrissey released his first live album called "Beethoven Was Deaf".
It was recorded over two nights in December 1992.
The sleeve notes of the album incorrectly credits the complete set as having been
recorded in Paris, when infact seven of the sixteen songs were recorded in London
two days before the show at Le Zénith.
The tracks "Jack The Ripper", "Sister I'm A Poet" and "You're The One For Me, Fatty"
from "Beethoven Was Deaf" will be included in the "World Of Morrissey" compilation
released in February 1995.

You will find here the twelve missing tracks from London and the ten missing tracks from Paris.

A few songs played during the two gigs were not included on "Beethoven Was Deaf" :
"Tomorrow", "Alsatian Cousin" and "The Last Of The Famous International Playboys".

In London, "November Spawned A Monster" was stopped after two minutes because Morrissey
was trying to remove a ring from an audience member to wear it on stage.

The silver CD bootleg "I'm A Poet" used a DAT audience recording,
but due to a bad transfer some diginoises can be heard during the show.
One friend of the taper is unfortunately "un gros beauf" (a redneck),
and can't stop making stupid comments between the songs.
A member of the audience will shout for "The Loop" until... "The Loop" is finally played,
but another one will have less success with "Everyday Is Like Sunday".

Due to the average mixing and editing of "Beethoven Was Deaf", it is not possible
to "add" the official tracks into the outtakes (like i did for the parisian show
of Joy Division), or vice versa.
All the speeches made by Morrissey in London and Paris (edited in the official album)
were kept on the outtakes tracks in their actual place.


Famous quotes

"We might release that as a single.
Do you think it would be a hit ?
(crowd : "Yes !")
Do you think that, hm, they would play it on the radio ?
(crowd : "No !").
Hm... What ?
Did you say... hm ?
What ?
Hm... Hmhm. Hmhm".
[Morrissey after "The National Front Disco", London]

NOTA : this speech was modified on "Beethoven Was Deaf",
editing the "Yes !" reply by the crowd and the line about
having the song played on the radio.
Now the crowd is replying "No !" to the original question...

I still...
very lazy".

[Morrissey after "Glamorous Glue", Paris]

NOTA : this speech is included in full after "Sister I'm A Poet",
which was played as the eleventh song in Paris. "Glamorous Glue"
from London was prefered for "Beethoven Was Deaf".
Started at the Elysée-Montmartre first Morrissey gig in France,
the "I cannot speak French" quote will be a running joke between Morrissey
and his french fans for years.




Astoria Theatre, London, December 20, 1992

01 Prelude
02 You're The One For Me, Fatty ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 01]
03 Certain People I Know ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 02]
04 Glamorous Glue ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 15]
05 Tomorrow
06 November Spawned A Monster
07 The National Front Disco ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 03]
08 Seasick, Yet Still Docked
09 Jack The Ripper
10 Alsatian Cousin
11 Sister I'm A Poet
12 The Loop
13 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
14 I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday
15 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 14]
16 We'll Let You Know ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 11]
17 He Knows I'd Love To See Him ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 13]
18 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
19 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys


Le Zénith, Paris, December 22, 1992

01 Prelude
02 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 16]
03 You're The One For Me, Fatty
04 Certain People I Know
05 Glamorous Glue
06 Tomorrow
07 November Spawned A Monster ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 04]
08 The National Front Disco
09 Seasick, Yet Still Docked ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 05]
10 Jack The Ripper ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 08]
11 Alsatian Cousin
12 Sister I'm A Poet ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 07]
13 The Loop ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 06]
14 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 09]
15 I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 10]
16 We'll Let You Know
17 Suedehead ["Beethoven Was Deaf", track 12]
18 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side
19 The Last Of The Famous International Playboys


"Beethoven Was Deaf" official live album

01 You're The One For Me, Fatty [London, track 02]
02 Certain People I Know [London, track 03]
03 The National Front Disco [London, track 07]
04 November Spawned A Monster [Paris, track 07]
05 Seasick, Yet Still Docked [Paris, track 09]
06 The Loop [Paris, track 13]
07 Sister I'm A Poet [Paris, track 12]
08 Jack The Ripper [Paris, track 10]
09 Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference [Paris, track 14]
10 I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday [Paris, track 15]
11 We'll Let You Know [London, track 16]
12 Suedehead [Paris, track 17]
13 He Knows I'd Love To See Him [London, track 17]
14 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side [London, track 15]
15 Glamorous Glue [London, track 04]
16 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful [Paris, track 02]


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Reworked by Vince DOME / May 14 & 15, 2014