Monday, 17 November 2014
A request from Florian. Thanksto the original uploader on Punktorrents.
Original Info File:
01 The Hum
02 Darkness Before Dawn
04 Empire Song
07 Kings And Queens
08 Good Samaritan
09 Love Like Blood
12 The Wait
15 Follow The Leaders
Source : Rip of DVD-r
Format : DVD
System : PAL
This was bought aeons ago from a trader who has now ceased selling. I had a special request to seed the Rockpalast Loreley show and this is the only version I have. The extras of the Tube appearances are well worth seeing anyhow and the whole goes to make up perhaps the most enjoyable of all the Killing Joke DVDs I have. Nice quality for the time and of course all of it was professionally filmed for TV. Enjoy!
Thanks to ziggyswoon for sharing his recording.
Original Info File:
Source:MD Sharp MD-MS702>Mic Sony ECM-717
Lineage: Amplifier Technics SU-V500>Tuner Denon TU-460>Zoom H2 (WAV - 44,10 kHz / 24 bit)>flac
02. Prayers For The Rain
03. A Strange Day
05. The Blood
06. The End of the World
07. Love Song
08. A Boy I Never Knew
09. Pictures of You
11. From The Edge of The Deep Green Sea
12. Kyoto Song
13. Please Project
14. The Walk
16. Friday I'm In Love (cuts in)
17. In Between Days
18. Just Like Heaven
20. Never Enough
21. Wrong Number
22. One Hundred Years (end cut)
23. Disintegration (beggining cut)
24. At Night
26. Play For Today
27. A Forest
29. Let's Go To Bed
30. Freak Show
31. Close To Me
32. Why Can't I Be You
33. Boys Don't Cry (cuts in)
34. Jumping Someone Else's Train
35. Grinding Halt
36. 10.15 Saturday Night
37. Killing An Arab
This is my master of a great night. The Cure in full blast and a full house. Friday i'm in love is cut due to a not so good minidisk change.One Hundred Years and Disintegration are cut because i hit the pause button by mistake. So Disintegration gets a fade in and One Hundred Years a fade out. Boys Don't Cry also cuts in because my MD was starting to play tricks on me.
Even with all these issues i decided to upload this recording because it was never shared before. I know a few other recordings exist from this show, even with better sound but i also like the feel of this one and here it is finally available for you all.
Enjoy, share but do not profit in any way with this recording. Also use mp3 only for your personal use.
Incomplete concert. Very Good sound. Thanks to the original uploader.
1. Song Of The Sybil (Different Version)
7. The Snake And The Moon
I don't remember where I got this one...Anyway its an uncut FM broadcast that sounds very good
01 No Worries
02 Delicious Ocean
04 Mirror People
05 Yin and Yang (The Flowerpot Man)
06 My Drug
08 Voodoo Baby
Thanks to Cyrus for making this one avaiable again on Dime.
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This is probably the best of the few early recordings from one of my
favorite all time bands - end of comments.
AUD > ? > Cassette > CD Wave > FLAC
01. No Side To Fall In 3:00
02. No Looking 3:20
03. Life On The Line 4:32
04. The Void 3:31
05. Lola 4:07
06. Adventures Close To Home 2:21
07. Off Duty Trip 3:38
08. You're A Million 4:11
09. Fairytale In The Supermarket 3:42
10. In Love 4:17
11. No Looking 3:48
"Here's a terrific early Raincoats live recording, taped beneath the Westway at Ladbroke Grove's Acklam Hall during their first British tour, shortly before the release of their eponymous debut Rough Trade LP. They were playing as support to Switzerland's ever-vibrant Kleenex, & Cabaret Voltaire
were on the bill too, I believe?
Needless to say, it's a shambolic delight - a joyous cacophony in some places, concise & cogent in others. Best of all, the vivacious Palmolive (aka Paloma Romero) was still clobbering the drums at this juncture. Fresh from her stint with the original, explosive Slits line-up (with whom she co-wrote virtually all of what would eventually become Cut), she only remained with The Raincoats for the duration of this tour, leaving the band after a mere 6 months citing dissatisfaction with the
music business: "I vividly remember after one of the concerts... watching people leave the
venue wasted & with a sadness & heaviness about them, & I thought, I'm helping to make them like that... I didn't want to just go along with something because it wasnpopular or profitable." > Unknown internet source
Excellent FM broadcast. Thanks to the original uploader.
Original Info File:
01 radio interview
03 blood slicked highway
04 hello hurray
06 sick city
07 gravy train
lineage unknown..i recieved this in a trade years ago.
raymonds virtually gone uknown throughout his career. more known i think with his work in kmfdm. but that isnt even the half of what raymond is! <PIG>
additional keyword: Raymond Watts
I first heard of this band on account of their collaboration with Robert Smith, the recent torrent that appeared on DIME made want to post this. Nothing new, in fact it's three years old, but I wasn't aware of the band by that time. I joined a video of the performance to the folders. This band reminds me of Atari Teenage Riot, they have the same energy, even if musically they're less agressive. Thanks to the original poster on DIME, altruistiq.
Check This online review:
Finally, someone raised the performance bar this weekend! And few would have thought it would be the relatively minor Crystal Castles who would push the button to start the chaos of Glastonbury's final night.
Their appearance on stage is nothing special; two beatnik musicians and a dead-eyed female singer dressed like an art teacher. What they unleash is a catastrophic gnawing sound-war that becomes so intense that barriers shake and security guards cower from the tidal waves of crowd surfing people.
It's only three songs in when the power is pulled the first time. Alice Glass is writhing on the lighting rig like a exotic dancing King Kong. It's worrying the health and safety nerds, who aleady don't like the direction of this anarcho-punk rave that's got all the energy of an atom bomb and just as much destructive power. As the boos ring out, Alice climbs down and finds a working mic, riling up the crowd with an authority challenging "Who's in charge?" before a more agggrevated "We f**kin' playing?" The electro typewriter beat of 'Air War' pounds out, signalling continuation.
Yet Glass's continued energy is still causing major safety concerns. Security struggle to keep her on the stage and keep the fans off. Finally kicking loose of the two secuirty guards holding her, Glass sails in to the crowd, keeping the vocals going as she goes down through the hands of grasping fans. But enough is enough, and the song isn't even finished before a stage hand is announcing the gig is over.
Clearly outraged, band mates leave the stage, and Glass in turn runs off in disgust, down the press pit and out of sight. Desperate to get a view, fans tear at the fences. For a few moments there is a bubbling that threatens full blown destruction. But that's for another time, and the mob head out to unleash carnage on far lesser artists than Crystal Castles have proven themselves to be.
tufty d50 > WAV > amplified with audacity > flac > you
03 Courtship Dating + Alice Practice
04 Black Panther
05 Yes No
Wednesday, 12 November 2014
Thanks to mark for ripping and sharing.
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Spellbound (TOTP 1981)
Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead (TOTP 1982)
Specimen - The Beauty in Poison (Riverside 1983)
The Cure - The Walk (TOTP 1983)
The Cult - Ressurection Joe (OGWT 1984)
Depeche Mode - Blasphemous Rumours (TOTP 1984)
Killing Joke - Love Like Blood (TOTP 1985)
Strawberry Switchblade - Interview + Since Yesterday (Oxford Road Show 1985)
The Sisters Of Mercy - Lucretia My Reflecyion (TOTP 1988)
Fields OF The Nephilim - Moonchild (Promo 1988)
The Mission - Tower Of Strength (TOTP 1988)
Shakespeare Sister - Stay (TOTP 1992)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand (Later... 1994)
PJ Harvey - Down By The Water (Later... 1995)
Marilyn Manson - Peersonal Jesus (TOTP 2004)
Format : MPEG-4
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Thanks to the taper for sharing his recording on Dime.
Original Info File:
Sony ECM-719 mic > EdirolR-09HR > SD Card >
WAV > Line Out > PC > CD Wave Editor (Track
Split) > FLAC (Level 8)
Recorded from the balcony on the right side of the room facing the stage about 30 yards back
Joy Division Set
06.She's Lost Control
New Order Set
10.Thieves Like Us
12.The Perfect Kiss (You, You Cunt)
13.The Perfect Kiss
14.This Time Of Night
17.Sooner Than You Think
23.As It Is When It Was
25.Way Of Life
26.Bizzare Love Triangle
27.All Day Long
29.Every Little Counts
31.State Of The Nation
I arrived just in time for the opening Joy Division set but as the lights went
down I was still getting my equipment ready and with very little light put the mic
into the wrong input. Anyway I realised that something was a miss as the recording
levels were low so after a few seconds sorting the problem out I manged to get the
mic into the right input hence Atmosphere is quieter up till about the 1:50 mark.
Again with the New Order set I was nearly caught out as there wasn't much time
between the two sets and having gone to the toilet and bar I got back just in time but
had to fade the first track in. Anyway it's still a decent recording and was a very
enjoyable gig for me especially with Lowlife and Brotherhood being my 2 favourite New Order
releases. This was my third time watching Hooky and the second time he's had someone in
the audience ejected which is why The Perfect Kiss was aborted the first time.
Anyway, here it is nearly 3 hours of music for you to enjoy.
Very good collection of her promo clips., authored with chapter on every song.
The Man With The Child In His Eyes
Hounds Of Love
Running Up That Hill
Sat In Your Lap
The Big Sky
The Sensual World
Love & Anger
This Woman's Work
Suspended In Gaffa
Them Heavy People
There Goes A Tenner
Wow (Version 2)
Running Time: 01:26:24
Rip of the classic bootleg "Metal Tape" in Flac. Good sound. Thanks to the original uploader.
7 Public Image
Thanks to the original uploader.
Source : FM > DAT > Audacity > CD Wave Editor > FLAC
I don't know the exact line up :
John Balance - vocals, thundersheet
Peter Christopherson (a.k.a Sleazy)- electronics & mixing
Thighpaulsandra - keyboards
Tom Edwards - marimba
Simon norris - keyboards
02 Higher Beings Command
03 Amethyst Deceivers
04 What Animal Are You
05 Blood from The Air
06 I am The Green Childe
07 Constant Shallowness Leads to Evil
Another one from the box of old tapes !
I was tiped by Dave Sez about some recording that I have a lossless version, I will posted them here in the nexxy days. Thanks to the original uploader. 1st generation cassette copy of an FM broadcast.
Original info file:
Captured from an excellent sounding cassette copy of a recording (on Type II cassette) of an FM broadcast of highlights of this concert, broadcast on the CKLN radio station probably - DJ intros/outros and advertisements or announcements removed by the original taper here and there, but the actual music (songs) are basically not affected.
Traded 1st generation TDK-SA (Type II) cassette tape -> Aiwa ADF770 cassette deck -> Creative SB Extigy sound card -> CoolEdit Pro -> WAV -> CD-R
Conversion to FLAC :-
Original archived CD-R -> EAC -> WAV -> TLH -> FLAC 8 & .ffp
01. We Live As We Dream, Alone
02. I Love A Man In A Uniform
03. A Man With A Good Car
04. I Will Be A Good Boy
05. History Of The World
06. Silver Lining
07. Call Me Up
08. Woman Town
10. What We All Want
11. Is It Love?
12. I Fled (no it's not, surely?)
Total Length = 58 minutes approx
Very good FM broadcast. Thanks to the original uploader.
01. Prove it
02. This Tune
03. No Glamour For Willi
04. Call Mr. Lee
06. The Rocket
08. Marquee Moon
Thanks to the original uploader. Two versions of the session, one altered in Audacity, the other a raw transfer.
Original Info File:
Recording date unknown, first broadcast 25 February 1988
low gen tape>chrome tape>Nakamichi tape deck>CD-R>flac
low gen tape>chrome tape>Nakamichi tape deck>CD-R>Audacity>flac
01 In These Times
02 Carry Bag Man
03 Cab It Up
04 Oswald Defense Lawyer
Production details unknown. Mark E Smith - vocals; Brix Smith - guitar, vocals; Craig Scanlon
- guitar; Steve Hanley - bass; Marcia Schofield - keyboards, vocals; Simon Wolstencroft -
This is a rare radio session that has never been officially released. While not necessarily one
of their best - the three nascent Kurious Oranj tracks are taken at a slow, relatively relaxed
pace - it still has nice grinding guitar and MES' usual vocal attack.
I thought it could do with a touch of work, however as I well know some prefer 'raw' versions
I have provided both a raw version, and an 'Audacity' version, as I have had the audacity to
work on it, using that software.
Enjoy either, or both :)
Altered version -
-120 high pass filter
-40pc balance to left
+ 3pc speed on Oswald Defence Lawyer as I believe it runs too slow (this sort of thing
did happen with tape copying).
Excellent sound quality. Thanks to the original uploader.
Peel Session - 21.10.1977
01. Young Girls
02. Rich Kids
03. Burning Sounds
04. Bullet Proof Love
Peel Session - 20.03.1978
01. Ghost Of Princes In Tower
02. Lovers And Fools
03. Empty Words
04. Here Comes The Nice
Friday, 7 November 2014
Very good ProShot video
02. Prayers For Rain
04. The End Of The World
06. Inbetween Days
07. Just Like Heaven
09.Shake Dog Shake
10. Never Enough
11. Wrong Number
12. 100 Years
15. Play For Today
16. A Forest
17. Boys Don't Cry
18. 10:15 Saturday Night
19. Killing An Arab
You can still get the MP3 version here: http://swisstapes.blogspot.pt/search/label/Christian%20Death
Original Info File:
This is a hell of a recording (believe me!) and yet another example of a rare clarity in sound, one that I love for the listening pleasure alone and you too might like it, even if you are (like me) not one of Valor's biggest fans. Unlike later recordings of "Valor Christian Death", this indeed still carries the true goth spirit inherent in the early era of the band and a good portion of the tracks stem from "Catastrophe Ballet", "Ashes" and the still great "Atrocities" album.
This show is brought to you thanks to Swiss Tapes (http://swisstapes.blogspot.com/2010/06/christian-death-meerhaus-bern.html), who not only taped it but also posted it in a 24/44.1 FLAC version in his blog, which simply is priceless. BUT thanks also go to Dime member Creatured who, by posting a Rollins Band show from the same taper (http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=322296), was my guide to Swiss Tapes blog, which in return led me to download the Christian Death show, love it, track it, edit it and ultimately post it here.
I wouldn't be surprised if this were a yet uncirculated recording.
I need expert help with some of the track titles, that I couldn't find on the early albums that I have.
Lineage: audience recording with a Sony WM-DC6 Walkman Professional>mastertape>flac (24/44.1))>Toast 9.0.4 Titanium (.Sd2f)>Roxio Jam 6.0.3 (tracking/crossfade of tape flip/image file)>Toast 7.1.3 Titanium (flac 16/44.1)
Total running time: 73:46 min.
01 As Evening Falls
02 This Glass House
05 When I Was Bed
06 The Wind Kissed Pictures
07 After The Rain
08 Believers Of The Unpure
09 Gloomy Sunday original
10 Chimère de-ci de-là
11 Will O' The Wisp
12 Strapping Me Down
13 The Loving Face
16 Strange Fortune
17 Ventriloquist [extended version]
Two different FM broadcasts of this concert. Thanks to rideinthel for recording and sharing on Dime.
Original Info Files:
Broadcast date: Friday October 3rd 2014 on Radio Rock,NRK P1
Lineage:Nrk P1 FM broadcast ->Edirol R09(48khz/16bit)->Adobe Audition Pro 2.0(editing and dithering to 44.1Khz/16bit)->TLH(flac level 8)
Total time: 23:11 mins
03 Broken Glass Park
04 Love Song
05 Let The Day Begin
Please note,due to a public traffic announcement on the FM broadcast during track #5 I had to patch it with 21 seconds from webcast of the same show
Broadcast date: Friday October 24th on Radio Rock,NRK P1
Total time: 19:54 mins
02 Someone Somewhere In Summertime
03 See The Lights
04 Don't You (Forget About Me)
Part 2 of the broadcast from NRKs recordings of this show at Bergenfest
The first part,broadcasted Ocotber 3rd.
As usual please keep the recordings lossless and support the artist by buying their releases and by going out to see them live.
edited October 2014 by rideinthel