Saturday, 29 August 2020

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters of Mercy - The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA, USA - 08.10.1999 (MP3)

Photo by Yanic Vida

Very Good sound, I was asked to reupload this recording and it seems I still only have this MP3 version, until I get a lossless version this is better than nothing. You can find more photos of the concert here:

01. Ribbons
02. Train/Detonation Boulevard
03. Come Together
04. Am phetamine Logic
05. Giving Ground
06. We are the Same, Susanne
07. On the Wire/Teachers/On the Wire
08. Temple of Love
09. Will I Dream
10. Flood I
11. Bei Mir Bist Du Schön
12. Dominion/Mother Russia
13. Summer
14. Romeo Down
15. Flood II
16. First and Last and Always
17. Vision Thing
18. Something Fast
19. This Corrosion

Christian Death - Fender's Ballroom, Long Beach, CA, USA - 09.11.1984 (Flac)

Very good audience recording.

Cassette Master -> Untracked Aiff File -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. Awake at the Wall
02. Sleepwalk
03. The Drowning
04. Mysterium Iniquitatis
05. Cavity - First Communion
06. The Blue Hour
07. Androgynous Noise Hand Permeates
08. Electra Descending
09. As Evening Falls
10. Face
11. Cervix Couch
12. This Glass House
13. Romeo's Distress

New Model Army - Phillipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany - 16.04.1990 (Flac)

Very good soundboard recording. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

Original info file:

Incomplete Soundboard/TV recording from the Rockpalast show 1990.
Source from a Silver CD bougth several years ago at a record fair.

01. Drag it down
02. Waiting
03. A liberal education
04. Vagabounds
05. 125 mph
06. Archway towers
07. Better than them
08. Green and grey
09. I love the world
10. 51st State
11. Smalltown England

Nina Hagen / Nena - Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany - 12.11.1989 (Flac)

Very good FM broadcast.  Thanks to the original uploader.

"A Concert for Berlin"
SFB2 FM Master, 46:36, A

01 Radioansage (0:54)
02 TV Glotzer (5:37)
03 T03/Radiomod (5:26)
04 Wenn ich ein Junge wär (2:27)
05 Ich weiß, es wird einmal ein Wunder geschehn (1:37)
06 Was es ist (1:49) {fades out}
07 Radiomod/Where's the Party? (5:49)  {fades in}
08 My Way (5:11)
09 Ave Maria (5:54)
10 Radio Mod (2:51)
11 Wunder geschehn (Nena)/Radiomod (4:38)
12 Interview Nena (1:31)
13 Interview Tamara (Silly) (2:46)

First seeded at Dime by rasensteine Juni 2010.

Richard Lloyd - CBGBs (possibly), New York, USA - 17.04.1982 (Flac)

Very good audience recording. Thanks to the original uploader.

FLAC master, 21 July 2020, by elegymart:
Analog audience recording (stereo) {recorded by Gene Poole}: unknown mics/recorder > 1980-82 US Maxell UDXLII (Type II CrO2) 90-minute analog audio cassette master {from the Gene Poole collection} > Sony TC-WE435 (azimuth adjustment) > Roland R05 (24/96) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (audio cleanup, convert to 16/44) > SHNtool (fixed SBE) > CD Wave (track splits) > TLH (WAV > FLAC8).
Created this text file.

Total running time  [47:43]
01  tuning/introduction [2:06]
02  Nowhere to Hide [7:26]
03  Atmosphere [5:18]
04  Alchemy [8:18]
05  Secret Words [2:57] >
06  Only Friend [6:27]
07  Misty Eyes [5:30]
08  Number Nine [4:40]
09  Watch Yourself [4:56]

Band line-up:
Richard Lloyd - guitar, vocals
Velvert Turner - guitar
Jim Mastro or Matthew MacKenzie - rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Dennis Driscoll - bass, backing vocals
Vinnie DiNunzio (?) - drums



Here's the latest installment of the Gene Poole Collection, a random wellspring of recordings which have recently surfaced. To paraphrase Lou: This is gonna go on for a while, so we should get used to each other, settle back, pull up your cushions, whatever else you have with you that makes life bearable to kick off the new decade...

Some of Gene's handiwork has probably been heard by your very ears before, for the most part via the Stonecutter Archives, but this is the first major unearthing of tapes direct from the legend himself. As promising as that may seem, it's best to let the surprises hit as they are shared. The trade-off to the prolific taping on Gene's part is that the expectations for a perfect track record would be unrealistic and unfair. There will be instances of incomplete recordings, caused by late arrivals to gigs, recorder and mic malfunctions, and other assorted foibles as would befall any mortal taper. There will be times where a master from another source exists which could be superior. For the most part, Gene recorded with a variety and mics and recorders, and many shows suffered from wire dropouts, so that only one channel was extant in the capture. Due warning about the past imperfect given and out of the way, credit should be given where due as well -- for many shows thought lost forever, it's exciting to discover that many of these even in incomplete form have now cropped up.

The transfers, the audio fixes, and the research all have required some lead time -- many tapes had scant info (sometimes just the name of the artist/band, with no date listed for the performance). Needless to say, gear documentation is virtually nil -- if we wait around for that precise detail to be forthcoming, nothing from the collection would probably see the light of day.

Continuing chronologically with the prior volume, here is the headlining set of the early show from Richard Lloyd, at a small NYC club, probably CBGB. The Gentz opened.

The set starts off with a ramble from Richard, and Gene is situated to the side of the stage where the vocals aren't are present, which only serves to amplify the shambolic effect here. If you've got this playing in the background, it's more than fine. And how serendipitous is it to have any kind of live recording with Velvert Turner, especially in this briefest of periods where he actually played in Richard Lloyd's band? Richard introduces the other members at the start, but because the vocals are way over on the other side, it's not audible who the rest of the band are, so any corrections are welcome.

Closer listening and inspection will reveal how sloppy and out of tune the band are on the first song. Richard apologizes afterwards for not having changed the tuning peg on his guitar. Then the band next loses its way briefly midway through "Atmosphere" and they seem to jam aimlessly during "Alchemy" as well. Before "Secret Words," Richard mentions that they're going to be releasing a 12" EP of "Secret Words" in about two months time, but that seems to have never happened. None of this should be surprising as this was a period in Richard's life before he kicked his junk habit. And yet there are still some sublime moments in this set, such as the great delivery of "Only Friend" which wouldn't surface until its appearance on "The Radiant Monkey" six years after Velvert's passing.


The House of Love - Northampton Guildhall, Northampton, UK - 28.10.1988 (Flac)

Very good soundboard recording. Thanks to ziggy for sharing this recording on Dime.

Source: Unknown Soundboard recording
Lineage: Tape received through trade (unknown gen)>Marantz Stereo Double Cassette Deck SD555 >Creative SoundBlaster Connect Analogue in> USB> Computer> Audacity recording in WAV - 96 kHz / 24 bit Wave>Audacity track cut>dbPoweramp Music Converter for downsampling to 48 KHz/ 24 bit>FLAC

Set list:

01. Sulphur
02. Happy
03. Nothing to Me
04. Love in a Car
05. Plastic
06. The Hedonist
07. Shine On
08. Christine
09. Road
10. Destroy the Heart
11. Blind
12. Salome

I received this recording in a trade long a go and i always enjoyed this show. Not sure if it was ever shared here but if it was this one is not a reseed because it is a transfer from my own tape.
The sound is nice but during the first 3 songs the left channel suffers from an interference and i don't know if it was from the master or from any transfer. I remember i received it like that.
Enjoy and share.

Cigarettes After Sex - BBC Session, London, UK - 20.04.2017 (MP2)

Brilliant session from this great band. Recorded for Lauren Laverne show, with Tom Ravenscroft sitting in for Lauren.

Digital Satellite (live) broadcast 2017-04-20 MPEG1 layer 2 48kHz @ 160kbps:
BBC Radio 6 Music > DVB-S > TBS 6984 > DVBviewer > .mp2 >
Mpeg2Schnitt (trimming) > .mp2. Tags added with Mp3tag.

  1. Interview
  2. Apocalypse
  3. Interview                             8:03
  4. Interview
  5. Affection
  6. Closing Comments                      7:53
Total Time : [15:57]

RE-UPLOAD: The Kills - Black Session, Paris, France - 27.03.2003 (Flac)

Very good FM broadcast. Thanks to the original uploader.

fm > dat > cdr > eac > shn > flac
(cleaning version with "cool edit")


01 Superstition
02 Pull A U
03 Cat Claw
04 Fuck The People
05 Monkey 23
06 Kissy Kissy
07 Hitched
08 Fried My Little Brain
09 Black Rooster
10 Drop Out Boogie

RE-UPLOAD: Dum Dum Girls - Black Session, Paris, France - 25.04.2011 (Flac)

I like this band a lot, and this is an excellent session, as usual on the Black Session. Huge Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

Source : FM Ana -> tuner -> soundcard -> Hard Drive
Tuner : technics St-GT350
Soundcard : M-Audio Revolution 5.1
Taped : ardour 2.8.11 (compilé à partir de la révision 7387) with JACK Audio Connection Kit - Qt GUI Interface : Version: 0.3.6 at 16bits/88.2 khz
Splitted, mixed and downsampling to 16/44.1 : Audacity ® 1.3.12-beta (Unicode)
flac : flac 1.2.1 (level 8, sector align)
OS : debian squeeze with rt kernel (kernel

01. He gets me high
02. Hey Sis
03. Catholicked
04. I will be
05. Bhang Bhang I'm a burnout
06. Take care of my baby
07. Jail La La
08. It only takes one night
09. Wrong feels right
10. Teardrops
11. Everybody's out
12. Lavender haze
13. Rest of our lives
14. There is a light that never goes out (The Smiths cover)

Wednesday, 26 August 2020

The Sisters of Mercy - University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich, UK - 14.05.1984 (Flac)

Very good sounding audience recording. Huge Thanks to Andrew for sending me his rip to share here.

Part of The Sisters of Mercy's Spring Tour in 1984.

Many thanks to Mike for sending me the tape, and to waterisnat for restoring it.

Quality: not bad (4/5), but i have not found another recording of this gig, so tape must be relatively rare?

***** HELP NEEDED: DO YOU HAVE THE 19-OCT-1984 GIG? *****

Walk Away
Body And Soul
Body Electric
Gimme Shelter
Sister Ray

Rise and Reverberate

Kraftwerk - Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA, USA - 18.09.2016 (Flac)

Excellent FM capture. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

FM Receiver -> CDRW700 -> EAC -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -intro-
02. Numbers
03. Computer World
04. It's More Fun To Compute / Home Computer
05. Computer Love
06. The Man Machine
07. Autobahn
08. The Robots   

RE-UPLOAD: Echo And The Bunnymen - Black Session, Paris, France - 25.06.1997 (Flac)

Very good sound. Thanks to the orignal uploader.

Original Info File:

FLAC master, 11 February 2017, by elegymart:
Analog radio broadcast (stereo): Radio France Inter 87.8 FM broadcast > analog audio cassette master > analog audio cassette > TDK SA-X 90 (Type II CrO2) analog audio cassette {from the Stonecutter Archives} > Sony TC-WE435 (azimuth adjustment) > Roland R05 (24/96) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (fades, edit tape flips, convert to 16/44) > SHNtool (fixed SBE) > CD Wave (track splits) > TLH (WAV > FLAC8).
Created this text file.

Total running time  [60:00]
01  introduction [0:51]
02  Lips Like Sugar [4:57]
03  Bedbugs and Ballyhoo [3:12]
04  Don't Let It Get You Down [0:29]
05  Altamont [4:09]
06  The Back of Love [3:29]
07  The Killing Moon [5:12]
08  Evergreen [4:32]
09  I Want to Be There (When You Come) [4:15]
10  The Cutter [4:02]
xx  Nothing Lasts Forever
11  Rescue [4:49]
12  Just a Touch Away [5:31]
13  I'll Fly Tonight [4:48]
14  Do It Clean [9:39]

Band line-up:
Ian McCulloch - guitar, vocals
Will Sergeant - guitar
Les Pattinson - bass
Michael K. Lee - drums
Adam Peters - keyboards


Black Session #108. Early reunion show. Bernard Lenoir interrupts the end of "Bedbugs and Ballyhoo" and then we come back for the last few notes of "Don't Let It Get You Down." "Nothing Lasts Forever" wasn't part of this particular broadcast.

Another show brought to you courtesy of the Stonecutter Archives.

There is supposedly pro-shot video of this session. Anyone have?

Ride - Black Sessions, Paris, France - 02.07.1994 (Flac)

Excellent sounding FM recording.Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

Original Info File:

Source: FM
Lineage: FM>DAT>CDR>iTunes>WAV>MacFLAC(level8)
Taped by: unknown
Transferred by: Ride trader extraordinaire Guy Brookfield

01 How Does It Feel To Feel?
02 1000 Miles
03 Let's Get Lost
04 OX4
05 Natural Grace
06 Birdman
07 Only Now
08 Magical Spring
09 Chelsea Girl
10 At The End Of The Universe (end cut due to commercial and announcers talking)
11 Drive Blind

Per cbx's request a while back. Sorry I took so long!

Excellent quality recording from the Carnival Of Light period. I like it when the guitars are a little rawer sounding than
this but this recording is very clear and solid. I don't know the DAT or CDR generations for sure since people didn't used
to care so much about that but i'm fairly sure it went DATM>DATC>CDR>CDR.

There is a little bit of diginoise at times. Sounds like DAT diginoise. You might not even hear it. There are also a few
very small dropouts during 1000 Miles, OX4, and Drive Blind. Enjoy!

Belle And Sebastian - Black Session, Paris, France - 05.10.1998 (Flac) . 2 Sources

A request from Olivier D. I have 2 sources, one is longer, the other one is louder, the 2 are joined in the RAR file. Again, you decide which one you want after downloading

Source 1:
Source   : TV (DVB TV Paris Première 2001 Sept 12 > Sony TCD-D100)
Lineage  : Master DAT Tape 32 kHz
Transfer : My DAT Tape > Pioneer CD Writer > EAC > Foobar v 1.1.10 (tagging)
Transfer Date : 2011-05-16
Mastering Date : 2018-01-28

Length : 49:28

01. The Boy Done Wrong Again
02. Dog On Wheels
03. Paper Boat
04. Seeing Other People
05. A Century Of Fakers
06. I Know Where The Summer Goes
07. Mayfly
08. The Wrong Girl
09. Dirty Dream #2
10. Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son
11. Slow Graffiti
12. I Don't Love Anyone
13. Sleep The Clock Around

Notes :
Track 10. is a France Gall's 1965 Eurovision winner cover (written by Serge Gainsbourg)
Enjoy !

***Enjoy this recording was made by fans for fans.
***Feel free to copy or repost it. Please use the info text file with all your activities.
***Share and trade freely in your own fan base domain.
***Support the artist and always buy official releases.

Source 2:

01 The Boy Done Well Again
02 Dog On Wheels
03 Seeing Other People
04 Century Of Fakers
05 I Know Where The Summer Goes
06 Mayfly
07 The Wrong Girl
08 Dirty Dream No 2
09 Poupee De Cire, Poupee De Son
10 Slow Graffiti
11 I Don't Love Anymore
12 Sleep The Clock Around

Support Belle & Sebastian by purchasing official merchandise and going to their shows.

Lineage: FM > Silver CD > EAC > FLAC(8)

Keep it lossless! Convert for personal use only. This file must accompany this package to preserve lineage info.

Bel Canto - Black Session, Paris, France - 29.03.1996 (Flac)

It's been a long time since I posted anything from this band. This time the second Black Session.

Original Info File:


Tapedeck Kenwood KX 3080->Korg MR-1(DSD)->Audiogate(PCM)->Audacity(cut tracks)->TLH->FLAC 8


1-Big belly butterflies
2-In zenith
4-Birds of passage
5-Wakixio will
8-Free lunch in the jungle
9-Didn't you know it?

Notes:to thank thingol69,who send the first Bel Canto concert on DIME(and i don't forget also the large send of Dead Can Dance's bootleg),i've got the idea to upload this FM concert,organized for the Black Session radio show,on the french radio France Inter.

I have recorded this concert on a cheap hifi system.That's why there's a little distortion from time to time,i couldn't tune the recording level.i've removed the DJ comments between each tracks.The last track has been cut because the broadcast finshed before the end of the song.

RE-UPLOAD: Aphex Twin - Sound City, Hallam University, Sheffield - 09.04.1993 (Flac) - Second Source added

Only 20 minutes long, but it's unmissable.I recently received a second source of this show, that seems to include some interviews not present in the first source. Both sound good, but I prefer the first source. Anyway I combined both in the RAR file,  so you decide which one you like the best.

First source:
Original Info File:

Date: 9th April 1993
Location: Sound City (BBC), Hallam University, Sheffield
Source: fm
Generation: low gen
Quality: excellent
Lineage: TDK SA90 > NAB Cassette deck > Protools > AIFF > Flac

I got this in a trade circa 1994/95 and it sounds as good as it did then. This has only just been transferred from cassette so enjoy all you Techno and Warpheads out there. If anyone can help with the track list please advise.

Digitised & Seeded by Happy Trader, June 2008

Enjoy it ! but please don't convert to mp3 or sell.

Total length - 19:46


1. Matchsticks (SAW II track 25) / Come on You Slags!
3. The Garden of Linmiri
4.  AFX 6/B / 73-Yips 

Second Source:
Hallam University, Sheffield, England - April 9, 1993
01. Match Sticks
02. Come On You Slags
03. AFX Dub
05. 73-Yips
06. Interview 1
07. Interview 2
08. Interview 3

Lineage: ?? > analog cassette (Maxell XLII90) > .wav via CDWav > .flac


The Hallam University show could be an FM or a Soundboard - I just
don't know.

I received the cassette in a trade years and years ago. The inlay card for the setlist had five tracks listed, but there seem to be seven tracks in the set. But it's kind of hard to tell with Mr. Richard D. James.

Hope that you enjoy the show.


RE-UPLOAD: Chris And Cosey - Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany - 26.05.1987 (Flac)

The Chris and Cosey re-upload was quite populart so here's another recording of them. Sounds is quite good.

The official website lists the concert of Frankfurt on the 27th, may the date of the info file is wrong or it's the concert in Arnhem on the 26th. Maybe someone has aditional info? Thabks to parasit for sharing on Dime a long time ago.

Tracklist unknown
Lineage unknown

Friday, 21 August 2020

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters Of Mercy - Cryptic Flowers (Flac)

An upgrade to FLAC.

Lineage: Bootleg LP -> Magix Audio Cleaning lab -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac (Level 6) 


Schlachthof, Bremen, Germany - 08 November 1984
1. Heartland
2. Marian
3. Walk Away
4. Body And Soul
5. No Time To Cry
6. Anaconda

Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany - 16 November 1984
7. Train
8. Knockin' On Heavens Door

Hunky Dory, Detmold, Germany - 07 November 1984
9. Sister Ray

Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany - 16 November 1984
10. Louie Louie

Do Not Sell!
Support the band!

RE-UPLOAD: Ghost Dance - N.E. London Polytechnic, London, UK (First Gig Ever!!!) - 29.11.1985 (Flac)

Huge Thanks to Egg_Crisis for this excellent share. The band plays a version of TSOM Poison Door.

Their first gig, and one of only two gigs they played in 1985.  An excellent audience recording (the recording levels were a fraction too high, but that doesn't matter so much with analogue recordings... and a nice loud recording means no hiss).  Because the levels were still nice and high this is probably low gen.  I only ever saw this at a record fair once and if the person selling the tapes had the master this could be as low as 1st gen, but that's being optimistic, 2nd gen might be a more realistic guess.  Also it's a generation better than one commonly circulating version which came from a copy of my copy.

Cassette(Audience,unknown but probably low gen,TDK D60,from a record fair in March'88) > wav > Soundforge(normalise uneven L&R channels) > CDWave(split on sector boundaries) > flac(6)

01 Yesterday Again
02 River Of No Return
03 Cruel Light
04 Holding On
05 Poison Door
06 When I Call
07 Only The Broken Hearted
08 She Cries Alone
09 Celebrate
10 Both Ends Burning
11 Can The Can

Length - 46:02

Uploaded by Egg_Crisis for Dark Circle Room
Convert to mp3 for personal use only. Do not circulate in FLAC or WAV format without this info file.

Nina Hagen - Paléo Festival, La Prairie de Colovray, Nyon, Switzerland - 24.07.1986 (Flac)

Radio broadcast. (Presumably on Swiss radio.)

01 1985 Ecstasy Drive
02 Die Ufos Sind Da
03 Universal Radio
04 New York New York
05 Russian Reggae
06 Prima Nina In Ekstasy
07 Light My Fire
08 Alright Tonight
09 Heiss
10 Herrmann Hiess Er
11 Gott Im Himmel (Spirit In The Sky)
12 Zarah
13 Everlasting Teeny Idol
14 Jealousy
15 TV Glotzer
16 The Lords Prayer
17 My Way
18 Ballroom Blitz
19 World Now

Length - 82:23

Cassette(unknown but probably low gen,radio broadcast,TDK D90) > TravisBickle1963 transfer to .wav > Soundforge(normalise,editing) > CDWave(split on sector boundaries) > flac(6)

I had a dilemma over how to track this - the radio DJ's talk over many of the intros - I could have put the track splits after the DJ's finished talking but in the end I decided to track it as if the DJ's aren't there so the intros of each song aren't cut weirdly.

Tape flip between track 11 & 12.

The tape is labelled 22.7.86 but this page confirms Paleo Festival as running from 24th-27th July: (although it's user-generated and prone to error like everything else) gives the date as July 24th so we'll go with that one:

The sound in the right channel dropped very quiet for 48 seconds (from 35:15-36:03), I replaced it with sound from the left channel. (30 seconds of this is the DJ talking anyway.)

"Was Es Ist" from the album "Angstlos" was played during the post-gig chat, so I removed it.

Tape supplied by Shaun M.
Transfer by TravisBickle1963.
Editing by Egg_Crisis, 13th june 2020.

VNV Nation - Union, Los Angeles, CA, USA - 15.10.2016

DAS BUNKER 20TH ANNIVERSARY. Very good audience recording. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

AT831 -> BB -> DR-2d -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. Arclight
02. Legion
03. Kingdom
04. Distant (Rubicon II)
05. Rubicon
06. Joy
07. Fragments
08. Further
09. Standing
10. Precipice
11. Darkangel
12. Saviour (Vox)
13. -intro-
14. Getting Closer (Nitzer Ebb cover)
15. -intro-
16  Solitary

RE-UPLOAD: Skeletal Family - Clouds, Preston, UK - 08.04.1985 (Flac)

Thanks to the original uploader on Dime.

Original Info File:

Unknown Gen Cassette > Nakamichi CR-2 Stereo
Cassette Deck > Line Out > Roland R-05 > WAV
> SD Card > PC > CD Wave Editor (Track Split)
>  FLAC (Level 8)

01.Hands On The Clock
02.Don't Be Denied
03.Far & Near
04.Promised Land
06.So Sure
08.Black JuJu
09.No Chance
10.She Cries Alone
11.Watch Me

52:15 mins

a recently aquired tape off Ebay for all those
Skeletal Family fans out there.  Listenable so
please enjoy.

RE-UPLOAD: The Cassandra Complex - Mensa, Aachen, Germany - 25.03.1986 (Flac)

Thanks to Dimenew and TimeBandit for sharing this recording on DIME.

Original Info File:
from DIMENEW collection # 052

Rec. Info:
Vivanco EM 160 mic -> SONY WMD6 -> Mastercassette (TDK SA90) -> playback on Harman Kardon CD491 -> Zoom H2n -> WAV 16/44 -> Audacity (edit/remaster) -> WAV 16/44 ->
All thanks to DIMENEW for this really fine recording, done some 26+ years ago. A bit of annoying audience chatter, but the music is well captured!

The brainchild of Mr. Rodney Orpheus, the Cassandra Complex were one of the first bands of the gothic electronic underground in the mid to late 80's. Their music was strongly
influenced by german electronica of the 70's, as well as occult lyrical themes. The band is still active today, just have annouced a tour in November 2012, which will lead them
- at least - to Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig and Prague. More dates are likely to be added... I remember I liked their 1988 album, and the song DEFCON1 was a huge success on the
independent dancefloors at that time. Did see them once around that time at Osnabrueck's fomous (old) Hyde Park, but the show was far too loud and the songs were played at almost
twice the speed of the vinyl. I left during the show... Anyway, nothing of that can be heard on this recording (though I guess it was loud!), and I know you will enjoy some early
Cassandra Complex...SB.
FROM LEEDS, UK, for your pleasure...

FULL SHOW (70:24 min.)

01. Intro -> Wintry weather song (7:29)
02. March (4:37)
03. Pickup (5:50)
04. Clouds (3:48)
05. Tuning (1:03)
06. Wonderworld (4:50)
07. Datakill (6:03)
08. Tuning (1:33)
09. Prairie bitch (5:05) tapeflip
10. Moscow Idaho (4:19)
11. David Venus (12:34)
12. Something came over me (8:32)
13. March (4:34)

Thanks to the real fine website of the CX for help with the setlist via lyric sheets...
Support the artist. Go to their shows! Spend your last cent on their merchandise.

Reptil Ibérico Emissões (Bandcamp Link)

Excellent Portuguese post punk project, go and check it out.

RE-UPLOAD: Nitzer Ebb - Pop Festival, Leopoldsburg, Belgium - 21.07.1987 (Flac)

Thanks to Ryan for sharing it on dime.

Lineage: Master Cassette > Cassette > Nakamichi CR-3A > Numark Stereo IO USB > iMac > Audacity > Audition (Normalize/Track) > FLAC
Equipment: Unknown
Taper: Unknown

01. Warsaw Ghetto (Fade In)
02. Violent Playground
03. Alarm
04. Join In The Chant
05. Let Your Body Learn
06. So Bright, So Strong
07. Let Beauty Loose
08. Murderous

I received a box of tapes from Aaron F. This was one of the tapes in there. It was an Aud1 tape and unfortunately there was no taper/equipment info on it. The recording fades in. So I am not sure if any songs are missing.

Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy - Peel Session - 09.05.1992 (Flac 24/96)

Thanks to twosheds for letting me share his rip here.

Original Info File:

Nakamichi Dragon (dolby off) >
Creative X-Fi HD >
Audacity >
24/96 stereo wav file.

wav > flac with dbPowerAmp

This was on the b-side of a tape I received = KLF "Sheep Dip And Acid Baths"
the b-side contained two peel sessions, this and Shut Up And Dance, the latter will go up later today.

tracklisting from cassette cover:
traffic jam
language and violence
exercise our right

Checked NAB/NAV list and Discogs to ensure nothing official included.

please don't share this in lossy format such as mp3.
once lossy, always lossy


June 2020