Friday, 18 August 2017

The Sisters of Mercy - Rock Oz’Arènes Avenches, Switzerland - 10.08.2017 (Flac)


First concert of thee year and a fabulous recording from Eggi, as usual. HUGE THANKS to him for shaing on HL.

SP-CMC-8(Hypercards/SP-ATMIC-MODIF) -> SP-SPSB-11(no roll off) ->Edirol R09-HR(wav 24/48 )>Audacity>CDwave(splitting)> flac (16 bit / 44.1 kHz)

-mainset without a encore break
-recorded 10 m from the right PA

More
Ribbons
Doctor Jeep/Detonation Blvd
Amphetamine Logic
A Rock and a Hard Place
Crash and Burn
Alice
Marian
First And Last And Always
Arms
Dominion/Mother Russia
Summer
Flood II
Jihad
Vision Thing
Lucretia
Temple of Love
This Corrosion

PJ Harvey - Pukkelpop, Hasselt, Belgium - 17.08.2017 (720p)






HUGE Thanks ti indykid for capturing and sharing on Dime.

Lineage: LIVE Webcast -> FFmpeg (capture & edit) -> MKVToolNix GUI -> .mkv
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x720 16:9 1650 Kbps 25.00 fps
Audio: AAC 96 Kbps 48.0 KHz stereo

Setlist:
Chain of Keys
The Ministry of Defence
The Community of Hope
Let England Shake
The Words That Maketh Murder
The Glorious Land
Dear Darkness
In the Dark Places
The Wheel
The Ministry of Social Affairs
50ft Queenie
Down by the Water
To Bring You My Love
River Anacostia

TRT = 01:05:00

Note: This is a perfect capture of the webcast. Any imperfections, if present, were inherent in the broadcast.

Captured and uploaded to DIME by indykid.

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Captured and uploaded to DIME by indykid.

RE-UPLOAD: The Cure - Moles Club, Bath, UK - 28.07.1983 (Flac)




Very good sound. Thanks to the taper and uploaders.

Original Info file:

Taper: St. Do.
Gear: Sony WMD6c + ???
Lineage: analog Master > Dat (me) > Hard drive > Soundforge 4 > CDWAV > FLAC(8)

seeder : EZD (then...)

Tracklist:

cd1 :
The figurehead (cut in)
In your house
M
The drowning man
Cold
Siamese twins
Primary
Three imaginary boys
At night (short cut in the middle)
One hundred years
Play for today
A forest
Pornography

cd2 : (encores)
The hanging garden
10.15 saturday night
Killing an Arab
Lament
The walk
Forever (cut in the middle)


Notes :

Play it loud, it's like having the band in your room!!!!!

It seems that gig wasn't well attended and it sounds more like a soundcheck (with a small audience and many many many mistakes) than a real gig!
I don't even know if the band left the stage for the encores as there is no break between Pornography and The hanging garden!
The sound becomes really clear and nearly excellent after The drowning man ! A brilliant recording for a weird gig! You can hear how much the band needed to practice!
First time for Lament... this song is killing me!

Special thanx to St. Do. who actually made some great recordings!

RE-UPLOAD: Einsturzende Neubauten - Volkshaus, Zurich - 26.09.1989 (Flac)



Very good sound, huge thanks to sam1 for sending me the files to post here. Neubauten promoting the Haus Der Luege record.

DISC 1

-Prolog
-Feurio!
-Yü-Gung(fütter mein Ego)
-Zerstörte Zelle
-Ein Stuhl in der Hölle
-Ich bin's
-Spaltung (a.k.a Armenisch Bitter)
-Keine Schönheit (ohne Gefahr)
-Negativ nein
-Der Tod ist ein Dandy
-?
-Der Kuss
-Haus der Lüge
-Epilog
-Abfackeln!

DISC 2

-Trinklied
-Sand
-Letztes Biest (am Himmel)
-Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T.
-Kein Bestandteil sein
-Affenroulette

David J and The Vagabond Vigilantes - Harvard & Stone, Los Angeles, USA - 28.07.2017 (Flac)



Thanks to mixter_ for taping and sharing on Dime.

Original info file.

Lineage / Equipment:

Location: 4' from stage - far right - 6' from right ceiling stack -> 4.5' h -> at933's (4.7k dt mod) cards -> naiant pipsqueak pre (+4dB)  -> sony pcm-m10 (24/48) -> san disk mobile ultra 16gb class 10 micro sd - 48mb/s -> reader -> audition 3.0 (minor level adjust +4dB l / +4dB r - fades - normalization - de-clap process) -> har-bal 2.3 (slight e.q.) -> audition 3.0 (dither to 16/44.1) ->
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!!!).

Hey re-posters and bloggers: Keep It LossLess, please!

Setlist:

01. Not Long For This World
02. The Day That David Bowie Died
03. Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?
04. Be The Revolution
05. Gimme Some Truth*
06. Vampire Blues+
07. Rock And Roll Babylon
08. Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven
09. Dog-End Of A Day Gone By
10. No New Tale To Tell


00:55:56

* John Lennon song
+ Neil Young song

Personnel:

David J – Lead Vocals, Glitter, Nylon String Guitar on 02, 07 - 10, Harmonica on 04, Backpacker on 06.
Darwin Meiners - Bass, Vocals, Additional Intsrumentation
Michael Berg - Piano, Keyboards


Performance / Recording Notes:

David J returns to Los Angeles in support of his latest double album, Vagabond Songs. The album fittingly chronicles the time that he has spent on the road over the last year or so. Even at 60 now, J relentlessly tours the world playing well over 150 shows a year. I have a great deal of respect for Mr. Haskins' work ethic and his dedication to his art form and fans. He is arguably the most affible and accessible member of Bauhaus / Love and Rockets. He can usually be found after each show chatting up his fans, signing covers at the bar or while loading his gear. This night was no exception. While other bands and artists are charging increasingly higher and higher amounts for fifteen minute "meet and greets", David J will come to YOUR HOUSE and play an hour long acoustic set in your living room for a nominal fee. In return you can sell tickets publicly or privately to the event to cover the expense.

Tonight's performance was held in a small trendy bar in Thai Town (East Hollywood). The show was FREE. According to the set list, J was slated to play 14 songs. Due to time constraints it appears that his set was cut short to just under an hour. The Love and Rockets' classics "Rain Bird" and "Holiday on the Moon" were cut as well as the seminal "Bela" and a track titled "Anthem". We did get a Rockets heavy set of five of the ten songs played tonight. David was accompanied by his manager/bassist, Darwin Meiners and Michael Berg on piano. There was a theme of protest throughout the night's performance that was sadly lost on most of the bar's patrons that were intent on chatting and hooking up. The background chatter is very prominent for the first 3 songs until the "sound guy/DJ" chose to turn up the levels (VG-). As the show progresses, the chatter diminishes to a respectable level (EX-). For this reason, I chose to record some six feet away from the right speaker (furthest from the bar).  David's vocals are very clear and the instrumentation is fairly well balanced. The backing instrumentation tracks that Darwin played from his Mac were jarringly loud at times. Also, we get an impromptu Ziggy infused intro to "The Day David Bowie Died" as J tries to sort out his cables and pedals. David elected to play a nylon string classical guitar for the majority of the evening. It gave the performance a very down to earth, folksy feel. Overall, a great performance. I had only wished that he had played longer. Apparently he had to clear the stage for the house band to play some covers for a stripper / burlesque dancer. Oh well!

Highlights:

"Who Killed Mr. Moonlight" in all of its Vaudevillian glory, the Love and Rockets gem "Be The Revolution" from the oft-overlooked "Hot Trip To Heaven" and the plaintive plea of "Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven"! It was like AM/PM! Too much good stuff!

Please support the artist by purchasing his latest album Vagabond Songs or by having him come to your house to play!...

http://davidjonline.com/

Enjoy.
Peace,
mixter_

Thurston Moore Band - Maifeld Derby, Mannheim, Germany - 18.06.2017 (720p)







Thanks to indykid for sharing on Dime.

Lineage: LIVE Webcast -> Livestreamer -> FFmpeg (edit) -> .ts
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x720 2850 Kbps 25.00 fps
Audio: AAC 192 Kbps 48.0 KHz stereo

Setlist:
Cease Fire
Turn On
Speak to the Wild
Smoke of Dreams
Aphrodite
Cusp

TRT = 00:51:20

Captured and uploaded to DIME by indykid.

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Bow Wow Wow - La Bamba, Portland, Oregon, USA - 25.02.1982 (MP4)







Very good video, shot with a tripod on the back of the venue but with lots of zooms. Thanks to the anonimous who sent it to me to post here.

(no setlist, help please)

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Television - Adventure Studio Session Outtakes - 1978 (Flac)


Huge Thanks to Dave sez for sending me this one to share here.

AKA I Need A New Adventure

From the Dave Sez archive: outtakes from Television's second album "Adventure", recorded amidst some acrimony at Bearsville Studios, 1978. Playing with Patti Smith from 1975 onwards, Television released the seminal albums "Marquee Moon" (1977) and "Adventure" (1978), but following major conflicts between Verlaine and Lloyd, the group disbanded in summer 1978 with a last gig at the aptly named Bottom Line Club in New York (http://darkcircleroom4.blogspot.com/2014/03/television-bottom-line-new-york-usa.html). The group reformed briefly for a further album "Television" and official live CD "Live at the Academy" in 1992, but the reformation did not last long, and the group again fell silent until live gigs in 2001 and following years. Lloyd finally left the group in summer 2007, replaced by guitarist Jimmy Rip.
The crown jewels of any Television bootleg collection are the 1975-76 studio demos for the first album (http://darkcircleroom4.blogspot.com/2014/03/television-double-exposure-demos-1974.html) and the extremely rare recording of outtakes and extras from the second, presented here in FLAC.

Track List:

1 Ain't That Nothin' 
2 Adventure 
3 Glory 
4 Days 
5 Foxhole 
6 Carried Away (aka Vibrato Song)
7 Ain't That Nothin' 
8 Careful (aka I Don't Care)
9 Glory (instrumental)
10 Carried Away (instrumental)
11 Up All Night (unreleased)
12 Grip Of Love 
13 Last Night (Piano Song) 
14 The Dream's Dream
15 Glory
16 The Fire

Punk Vault No. PVCD 1007, released in Japan in 2003.

For the Richard Lloyd fans, a recent gig can be found at http://southernshelter.com/2017/06/out-of-towners-richard-lloyd-group-georgia-theatre-2017-06-23/.

RE-UPLOAD: Danielle Dax - The Tube, Tyne Tees, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK - 14.12.1984 (MPG)








Thanks to the anonomous collaborator for sending me this video to share here.

Lineage: VHS(1) -> Panasonic NV-HS860 -> EZCAP With Arcsoft Showbiz -> MPEG2

Tracklist:
Interview
Hammerheads

Time: 7.01 min

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RE-UPLOAD: The Human League - Peel Session - 08.08.1978 (Flac)


The Human League before they became ultra famous. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

BBC Maida Vale Studio 4,
London, England, U.K.
Recorded on 8th August 1978
First broadcast 16th August 1978

Lineage: BBC Radio 1 FM -> Roof Aerial -> Pioneer TX-710 Tuner -> Pioneer CT-300 Cassette Deck (record) -> Memorex Chrome cassette tape

Conversion to FLAC :-

Master Memorex Chrome cassette source tape -> Aiwa AD-F770 cassette deck (play) -> SB Extigy soundcard (line in) -> CoolEdit Pro 2.1 -> WAV -> TLH -> FLAC 8 & .ffp's

Note that, where song titles are shown in brackets followed by an asterisk, thus: (Xxxxxx)*, this indicates a track that has been left out of this compilation because it has been officially released in one form and another, these ones have been removed in order to comply with DIME rules regarding non-inclusion of released material.


Tracklisting :-
=============

THE HUMAN LEAGUE - 1978-08-08 Peel Session
(1. Being Boiled)*
2. No Time
3. Blind Youth
4. You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling

Total length (without omitted track) = 11 minutes approx.

The first track is (or was) available as an official mp3 download version from :-

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Being-Boiled-John-Peel-Session/dp/B005UX4U9E

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters Of Mercy - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium - 22.02.2009 (Flac)


Here's the first date of the 2009 Mechanized Europe Tour, upgraded to Flac. Excellent sound. Thanks to FC for sharing his recording.

Source: My MASTER DAT: Core Sound Stealthy Cardioids > Core Sound BB > Sony PCM M1 (44,1khz/16 bit)

Transfer: PCM M1 > Core Sound 7-Pin-To-Coax cable > M Audiophile 2496 (S/PDIF Digital In) > Adobe Audition 2.0 > CD Wave > TLH (flac #5)

01. Intro (Afterhours)
02. Crash & Burn
03. Ribbons
04. Train-Det.Boulevard
05. Alice
06. Marian
07. Flood I
08. Good Things
09. Summer
10. Dominion-Mother Russia
11. Floorshow
12. Anaconda
13. Logic
14. We Are The Same, Suzanne
15. This Corrosion
16. Neverland
17. Flood II
18. (audience)
19. Something Fast
20. Vision Thing
21. Lucretia
22. Top Nite Out
23. Temple of Love

Notes:

Recorded on the middle of the first row on the balcony.

**DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3, EXCEPT FOR PERSONAL MP3 PLAYER USE**
**PLEASE DO NOT ALTER OR SELL THIS RECORDING AND INCLUDE THE INFO FILE IN TRADES**

Enjoy!

New Order - Cabaret Metro, Chicago IL USA - 30.06.1983 (Flac)



HUGE thanks to dcrumbaugh for share this pearl on Dime.

Original Info File:

Equipment/lineage:  who the hell knows -> space aliens -> A. -> CD-R -> Analog Loyalist mastering -> you

It’s not often something like this sort of falls in your lap.

June 30, 1983 was the hottest day of the year to date in Chicago.  The now-legendary venue Metro - then known as Cabaret Metro - had been open for roughly a year.  While I was just an 11 year old kid cavorting on a beach across Lake Michigan from Chicago that day - or most likely asleep in the summer cottage, considering the time - New Order finally made their debut appearance in Chicago.  Attendees say it was unbearably hot inside the Metro that night.  And allegedly even hotter on the stage.  That day, the high temperature reached near 100° F in Chicago and it had barely cooled as the evening went on.  Making matters worse, the band took nearly two hours to get on stage after the opening act, which made an uncomfortable and stinky audience even more strident.

The set starts out as your typical New Order set of the era would.  Things seem OK, maybe a bit rowdier crowd than normal, until late in the fourth song “Truth” when the sequencer starts to act up.  They launch straight into “Leave Me Alone” which ends uneventfully.  Then, the power goes out (as you’d have it).  A restless crowd begins complaining amongst itself, with audible complaints about sweat dripping into eyes, another mentioning rubbing ice all over their face, and vocalized thankfulness that they brought paper towels in.  Random sequencer bleats punctuate the rumbling crowd, as the roadies and venue staff try to get the power sorted.  Hooky mentions needing a shower.  Eventually, “Your Silent Face” starts.  It devolves into a unique and fascinating exposition on what a sequencer-using band does when the sequencers are failing mid song - Steve Morris jumps behind the drum kit far earlier than usual, and essentially drives the song to its skittering end as the sequencers never recover.  I think this take is spectacular and I think you’ll agree.

Barney then makes reference on stage to equipment and power problems, mentions the band’s just going to jam, and Steve then pounds out the drum riff for “Denial”.  Instead of jamming, the band then finishes the set with four straight sequencer-free tracks, ending on the majestic “In A Lonely Place” well into the wee hours of the morning.

There is no jamming, no acoustic “Blue Monday” despite the venue owner’s misremembered statements made over the years since.  It’s possible of course at some point these did exist and were edited out from this tape upstream, but I doubt it and all other recollections of this gig fail to mention any acoustic “Blue Monday” performances.

For the past 34 years, this set has been legendary in the New Order community due to the circumstances which befell it.  And a tape was never known to exist, nor a setlist for that matter.  With the 1980 Beach Club set, it was part of the Holy Grail pair of lost New Order sets.  That changes today.  The story of how this tape ultimately came to me is nearly as good as the story behind the gig, but to protect privacy I shall simply thank A. for this.  I believe this is from a 1st generation dub of the master, and whomever the actual taper is remains a complete mystery.

Setlist:

Confusion
Chosen Time
The Village
Truth
Leave Me Alone
Your Silent Face
Denial
Age Of Consent
Ceremony
In A Lonely Place


Nine Inch Nails - Panorama Music Festival, New York, USA - 30.07.2017 (1080p)







HUGE Thanks to indykid for sharing on Dime.

Lineage: LIVE Webcast -> downloaded .ts segments (batch script) -> TSSplitter (join) -> FFmpeg (edit) -> .ts
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920x1080 16:9 8700 Kbps 60.00 fps
Audio: AAC 128 Kbps 44.1 KHz stereo

Setlist:
Branches/Bones
Wish
Less Than
March of the Pigs
Something I Can Never Have
The Frail
The Wretched
Closer (with "The Only Time" interpolatin)
Copy of A
Gave Up
I Can't Give Everything Away (David Bowie cover)
The Lovers
Reptile
The Great Destroyer
Burning Bright (Field on Fire)
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole

Encore:
Hurt

TRT = 01:26:03

Captured and uploaded to DIME by indykid.

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Captured and uploaded to DIME by indykid.

South of Watford TV Show - Positive Punk Documentary (MPG)






Thanks to the anonimous collaborator for sending me this video to share here.

Presented by Michael Moorcock

Featuring music and interviews with Siouxsie and the Banshees, Brigandage, Blood and Roses, Sex Pistols & The Clash.


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New Model Army - Woodstock Festival, Kostrzyn, Poland - 04.08.2017 (1080p)







Thanks to SBR1Z for sharing this capture on Dime.

Lineage: YouTube LIVE Webcast > Streamlink > FFmpeg > MKVToolNix GUI > .mkv

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Setlist:
Stormclouds
Orange Tree Roads
Winter
Here Comes the War
Devil's Bargain
Guessing
Angry Planet
Born Feral
51st State
Wonderful Way to Go
Green and Grey
Vagabonds

Length: 01:04:35
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SBR1Z
2017

Ministry - House of Blues, San Diego, CA, USA - 21.07.2017


AmeriKKKant Pre-release Show. HUGE Thanks to mixter_ for sharing on Dime.

Original Info File:

"Live: Necro Comic-Con"
EX-
Taper: mixter_

Lineage / Equipment:

Location: 3' from rail - far right - 10' from right ceiling stack -> 6.5' h -> at933's (4.7k dt mod) cards -> naiant pipsqueak pre (+4dB)
-> sony pcm-m10 (24/48) -> san disk mobile ultra 16gb class 10 micro sd - 48mb/s -> reader -> audition 3.0 (moderate level adjust
+7dB l / +9dB r - fades - normalization - de-clap process) -> har-bal 2.3 (slight e.q.) -> audition 3.0 (dither to 16/44.1) ->
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!!!).

Hey re-posters and bloggers: Keep It LossLess, please!

Setlist:

01. Punch In The Face
02. Rio Grande Blood
03. Señor Peligro
04. LiesLiesLies
05. Antifa
06. Waiting
07. Worthless
08. Bad Blood
09. N.W.O.
10. Just One Fix
11. Thieves
12. So What
13. "Encore Break"
14. Psalm 69
15. Filth Pig

01:18:48

Personnel:

Al Jourgensen – Lead Vocals, Commentary, Megaphone, Additional Guitar on 08-10, Harmonica on 15.
John Bechdel -  Keyboards, Synthesizers
Sin Quirin - Guitars
Cesar Soto - Guitar, Vocals
Jason Christopher - Bass, Vocals
Thomas Holtgreve - Drums

Uncredited - Turntables

Performance / Recording Notes:

Uncle Al and Co make their way to San Diego. One of the epicenters for the underground industrial / goth scene of the late 80's.
Al (quite falsely) presumes that the audience is full of a bunch of Comic-Con "nerds" that wandered in off the street. He makes a few chidding comments throughout the show, only to conclude by the end of the show, that the audience was quite good. I'm not sure if we got a shorter set than the SLO show the following night because of this. Nevertheless, the band comes out swinging (quite
literally) with the one-two punch of "Punch in the Face" and "Rio Grande Blood" followed by "Señor Peligro" and "LiesLiesLies" before coming up for air. Al looks the best he's looked over the past ten years or so. The constant supply of "medicinal" marijuana in L.A. seems to agree with Al. He nursed a single 16 oz can of Miller Lite throughout the show. For those of you who think this may
have soften the edges or rounded the corners from the performance, would be sorely mistaken. He takes no prisoners here as he stalks the stage for some 80 minutes and turns in a performance that rivals Lolla II in 1992, sans the burning mosh pit. This recording should satisfy most.

This was my first time seeing Ministry since 2006's "MasterBaTour" with a reconstituted RevCo. When I saw $10 tickets pop up on StubHub, I was pretty fucking determined to see these guys again. The only issue was enduring a 230 mile roundtrip drive to downtown San Diego during Comic-Con. I took nearly three hours to get there in Friday traffic, but it was still worth the trip. I was a bit disappointed to not hear "Kyber Pass" and "Stigmata". Apparently Al hates the song (latter) now, although I haven't read his book yet.

A pretty solid pull off the right stack. A bit of EQ was performed to recover some of the bass that was a bit lacking over the wall of guitars. Minimal amount of crowd noise as to be expected from a stack tape for such a loud show. I had to declap some areas especially "So What" when a guy behind me decided to "contribute". On a side note, thanks for dialing back the strobelights, Al. When
I saw them 11 years ago, I had to stop watching the show. I didn't want to wind up on the floor with my wallet in my mouth.

Highlights:

The oldies: "N.W.O.", "Just One Fix", "So What", "Thieves" and "Psalm 69". The new track "Antifa" from the forthcoming "AmeriKKKant" complete with leather clad biker chicks swinging red and black flags around was pretty cool as well. Al pleads "WE ARE NOT SNOWFLAKES!"
If he's referring to millenials, as a whole, then I have to respectfully disagree. Still, enough of them left their safe spaces to come see the show. ;-)

The Debate:

I remmeber nearly 30 years ago, my cousin told me how much he liked Motley Crue because they were so fucking hardcore. Keep in mind, that this conversation took place years before "Hardcore", "Thrash", and "Death Metal" were in the common lexicon. Sure there were some speedy guitarists out there (Yngvie, anyone?) but nobody, I mean nobody, had a live show like "Ministry". The ferocity of punk combined with the wall of sound of industrial and heavy metal guitar riffs thrown in for good measure created something dark, sinister and foreboding. I told my cousin that the guys from Motley Crue were "pussies" or something to that effect. He said: "No way. These guys drink Jack and do a lotta coke and trash hotel rooms." I think I said, "I'm pretty sure that Zeppelin did all that shit 15 years ago."
"Besides if you're truly hardcore you don't wear pink scarves AND the guy from Ministry does speed and shoots heroin." I later said "Ministry performs behind a chain link fence in order to protect the audience." He said, "WHAAAAT???" I said, "Yeah, if you go to one of their shows, you still might get KILLED!" He said, "WOW! NO SHIT!!!" And so began the legend...

"And lets not forget his wild life and crazy antics (Al Jourgensen) that make Motley Crue look like school boys." - James Currie

Bill Burr weighs in (albeit late) on the debate...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUN68XlIj-Y

Your Weekend Forecast:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CivWye9TWw8

Please support the band by purchasing their forthcoming album AmeriKKKant, grab one of the few remaining copies of "Live - Necronomicon" or by going to see them on tour this fall...

http://ministryband.com/

Enjoy.
Peace,
mixter_

Crystal Castles - Lollapalooza, Grant Park, Chicago, USA - 04.08.2017 (1080p)








Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

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RE-UPLOAD: Head of David - Peel Sessions - 1986-1989 (MP3)


Head of David is one of those unique bands whose sound is difficult to catalogue, usually described as an industrial rock / stoner band. These are all the Peel session they recorded and you can really hear the band maturing until their third session, composed solely from songs from their "Dustbowl"album, where the band reached it's creative peak. Every record they've released is (sadly) very difficult to find, but when you hear them, you can't help recognise that they were at least a decade ahead of their time.

Peel Session - 24.01.1986

01. Snuff Rider M.C.
02. Joyride Burning X
03, Shadow Hills California
04. Newly Shaven Saint

Peel Session - 23.09.1986
05. Jack Nicholson
06. Pierced All Over
07. Metal Texas Psych Out

Peel Session - 07.07.1987
08. Tequila
09. Snake Domain
10. Skin Drill
11. Bugged

Peel Session - 28.05.1989

12. Moonshine
13. Caprice
14. Wildweed
15. Snake Hands Forever