Monday, 1 May 2017

RE-UPLOAD: My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - DNA Lounge, San Francisco, USA - 28.02.2002 (MP3)

Excellent soundboard. Thanks to cEnda for this one.

01. Intro
02. First Cut
03. Do You Fear (For Your Child)
04. Easy Girl
05. Universal Blackness
06. These Remains
07. The Velvet Edge
08. 13 Above Ther Night
09. Hand In Hand
10. Rivers of Blood /Years of Darkness
11. A Daisy Chain For Satan
12. Days of Swine and Roses
13. On This Rack
14. After The Flesh
15. Croud Mayhem
16. A martini Built For Two
17. Girl Without a Planet
18. Temptation Serenade
19. Sex On Wheelz



  1. You do know, of course, that DNA Lounge gets a board recording of just about every show at the venue and posts it to their page (for a week I think) and also to (where they live for years and years and years and years)?

    If not, now you do.

    Unfortunately, they compress the crap out of the audio. Full on brick wall. So don't expect pristine audio.

    On top of that, even though ogg vorbis files are provided on, know that those are just grabs of the web audio, which is probably a pretty lo-fi mp3.

    And a third thing- all recordings are available as a single, 4 or 5 hour file. So if you're looking for a specific performer, you'll have to go fishing for it through the mp3.

    And one last thing- the shows are listed on under the headliner's name, but nobody else who played that night. So, for example, if you're looking for a recording of the time Cattle Decapitation played DNA Lounge, you're never gonna find it unless you know that the headliner that night was Dying Fetus, because that recording is listed only under Dying Fetus.

    But with all that said, it's totally awesome of them for putting in the effort to record and post their shows, as I have several of them in my ipod/itunes.

    1. Thanks for the exhaustive explanation. I have some of their recordings from also.

      This one is probably taken from the webcast and track splited. It seems a bit less compressed than the versions on archive, but should be lossy all the way to the source.