Sunday 20 September 2020

The Sisters Of Mercy ‎– Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo, Norway - 28.09.2019 (Flac)

Very recent bootleg, including one concert and acompilation of the new tracks. Thanks to Frederick for sending the rip of his bootleg to share here.


Rockefeller Music Hall Oslo Norway 28 September 2019
01 Dominion / Mother Russia    
02 Vision Thing    
03 No Time To Cry    
04 Doctor Jeep - Detonation Boulevard    
05 When You Don't See Me    
06 Alice    
07 Show Me    
08 First And Last And Always    
09 Marian    
10 Better Reptile     
11 Ribbons     
12 Instrumental     
13 Something Fast 
14 I Was Wrong    
15 Flood 2
01 More    
02 Lucretia My Reflection    
03 Temple Of Love    
04 This Corrosion
New Songs And Remixes 2019 / 2020
05 Show Me (Live Remix)    
06 Black Sail (Live Remix)    
07 Show Me (Version 2020)    
08 I Will Call You (Bootleg Remix)    
09 But Genevieve (Studio Remix)    
10 Instrumental (Nottingham, 11.3.2020)    
11 Knocking On Heavens Door (Remastered 2019)    
12 Suzanne (Version 2019)    
13 Better Reptile (Remix 2019)    

Public Image Ltd. - Commercial Zone - 1984 (Bootleg)


Keith Levene quitted the band in 1984 and took the masters of the supposed new album with him, releasing them in the USA on a record label made just for that purpose. This can be seen as the demos of the This Is What You Want album since most of the songs where released in another version on that album. Thanks to propylaen2001 for sharing this rip on TTD.

Original Info File:

PiL Records Inc. XYZ-007 (1984)

Lineage: vinyl > Technics SL-QD33 > BBE FJB-200X pre-amp > Creative X-Fi 24 bit sound card > SoundForge 9 > WAV (24/96) > HDD > iZotope RX2 (click removal) > FLAC

Side A:
1. Mad Max (4:13)
2. Love Song (4:31)
3. Young Brits (3:44)
4. Bad Night (3:22)

Side B:
5. The Slab (3:38)
6. Lou Reed Part I (3:58)
7. Lou Reed Part II (Where Are You?) (2:54)
8. Blue Water (3:34)
9. Miller Hi-Life (2:41)

Total time 32:34

Vox - John Lydon
Guitar/Bass - Keith Levene
Drums - Martin Atkins
Bass - Pete Jones

Recorded 1982/1983 at Park South Studios, New York
Produced by PiL & Bob Miller

More info:

Support the artists! Buy their official releases, go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not buy or sell! Keep it lossless!

Uploaded to TTD by propylaen2001 in September 2020.



RE-UPLOAD: New Model Army - Salle Molière, Lyon, France - 09.10.1985 (Flac)



Excellent FM Broadcast. Thanks to procella for sharinf this one. A part of the fabulous The Lyon Tapes.

Original Info file:

master tape K7 > SB live > Adobe audition (acquisition) > Wav > Adobe audition (denoising & editing) > Wav > Flac Frontend (level 8/align on SB)


02 - MY COUNTRY  (the 2 first songs reflect the experiments i've done on the mix to find the good way...not so easy, NMA were playing so loud..i apologize for that)
06 - NO REST 
07 - HEROIN 
09 - YOUNG, GIFTED AND SKINT (deleted)
10 - 51ST STATE 
14 - SEX (THE BLACK ANGEL)  (deleted)

The Band:
Slade the Leveller (vocals, guitar)
Stuart Morrow (bass, vocals)
Rob Heaton (drums)

Enjoy it all NEW MODEL ARMY fans !!! 


RE-UPLOAD: The Cult - The Lyceum, London, UK - 20.06.1984 (ProShot DVD)


This is another video that hasn't been released in DVD yet, by some inexplicable reason... For many people, this is the best period of The Cult and this particular night they're totally fired up, almost making you believe so.


01. 83rd Dream
02. Gods Zoo
03. Gimmick
04. Bad Medicine Waltz
05. A Flower In The Desert
06. Go West
07. Butterflies
08. Dreamtime
09. Christians
10. Spiritwalker
11. Horse Nation
12. Bone Bag
13. Ghost Dance
14. Brothers Grimm
15. Moya


RE-UPLOAD: Kraftwerk - Alte Oper, Frankfurt, West Germany - 09.12.1981 (Flac)


 Excellent sound. Thanks to doinkertapes for sharing it again and for the artwork.

Original info file:

Here is another one of the tape trades I made with German pals while stationed in Wiesbaden in the US Air Force. This time around, it's a 1:1 copy of the master of a really fine audience recording.

Kraftwerk were known for both changing song titles and lyrics to suit the nation where they performed. To the best of my knowledge and correct me if I am wrong, they sold albums and performed in French and Japanese, as well as in German and English. Therefore since the performance was in Germany, the titles listed below are from the original German.

This concert also features some early differences in vocals. In the song "Computerwelt", the phrase "den Zeit ist Geld" has been added. That was later dropped in all performances. To those who don't understand any German, that could be translated in two fashions - Literally: the time of the world of computers is all about money, and figuratively: that time IS about (gold) money.

Hairy, ain't it?


Nummern (Numbers)
Computerwelt (Computerworld)
Das Model (The Model)
Radioactivitaet (Radioactivity)
Computerliebe (Computer Love)
Neonlicht (Neon Lights)
Die Schaufensterpuppen (The Mannikens)
Trans Europa Express
Taschenrechner (Pocket Calculator)
Die Roboter (We Are The Robots)
Heimcomputer (Home Computer)

It seems positively quaint that in 1981 no one quite understood how you could get love from a computer!! The thought of computers themselves making love was just too much...

Thanks to Raul for the tape.


A DoinkerTape

RE-UPLOAD: The Gun Club - Salle des Fêtes, Dijon-Marsannay, France - 11.04.1983 (Flac)


Excellent Soundboard recording. Patricia was the bass player inbetween 1982 and 1985. Thanks to Magnix for sharing this recording on Dime.
Original Info File:

Line-up #3B (New York: February 1983 - August 1983):
Jeffrey Lee Pierce (vocals)/Jim Duckworth (guitar)/Patricia Morrison (bass) and Dee Pop (drums).

01. Strange Fruit (3:34)
02. Fire Of Love (2:47)
03. Run Through The Jungle (6:23)
04. John Hardy (3:49)
05. The Lie (4:00)
06. Black Train (2:17)
07. Cool Drink Of Water (8:30)
08. Fire Spirit (3:00)
09. Death Party (8:31)
10. Sex Beat (2:21)
11. Goodbye Johnny (4:41)
12. Texas Serenade (intro cut) (2:32)
13. Heebies Jeebies (4:26)
14. Disco Inferno (intro cut) (8:55) - incl. That's The Way I Like It

Total running time: 65 minutes and 47 seconds.

Source: Mixing desk Tape > Tape > Tape > WAV > FLAC

Great mixing desk recording. Got this on tape in a trade early 2001 (thanks again Philippe!). My tape is a second generation copy.
I transferred it early 2007. These FLAC-files (level 8 encoded) are the result of that.

Another tape from the Magnix Live Archive.

March 2007/August 2012.

P.S. The line-up has been taken from Hans' excellent site From The Archives @ ... Thanks.

Thompson Twins / Simple Minds - King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast (Flac)





Excellent sound. The recordings are from different locations. Thanks to the original uploader on TTD.

Orignal Info File:

Thompson Twins
Tom Bailey: bass, guitar, keyboards, vocal, harmonica
Joe Leeway: congas, percussion, keyboards and vocals
Alannah Currie: drums, percussion, vocals

Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, USA
possibly aug 23, 1984, date uncertain

Simple Minds
Charlie Burchill: guitar and vocals
Derek Forbes: bass
Jim Kerr: vocals
Mel Gaynor: drums
Mick MacNeil: keyboards

Newcastle, U.K. unknown date

FM broadcast
runtime: 49:09 (minutes/ seconds)

    Thompson Twins
1: Bill Minkin radio introduction :48
2: you take me up 5:12
3: hold me now 7:52 (tape flip after, applause spliced)
4: lies 5:10
5: doctor, doctor 6:24
6: love on your side 7:11

    Simple Minds
7: hunter and the hunted 5:39
8: someone somewhere 5:01
9: new gold dream 5:35

King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast >
Sansui 8 receiver >
unknown cassette recorder (dolby off) >
Maxell XLII-S 90 minute cassette >
Tascan 112 > soundforge (16 bit, 44.1 khz wav) >
flac (sb's aligned)


The Wedding Present - Reeperbahn Festival 2012, Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg, Germany - 22.09.2012 (MKA)


 Very good sounding radio recording. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime:

Original Info File:

Seamonsters 21st Anniversary Tour

Recorded on Sep 2, 2020 via satellite radio broadcast from NDR Blue German radio
"NDR Blue In Concert" radio show.
Enjoy it!

NDR Blue Radio satellite broadcast > TS 3010 HD (.ts file HDD acquisition via USB port) >
mkvmerge 7.0 (.ts file unwanted parts cutting) Matroska File (.mka) encapsulation > dime > you.

David Gedge: vocals, guitar
Samuel Beer-Pearce: guitar
Katharine Wallinger: bass, vocals
Charles Layton: drums

File content:


01. Radio Intro - My Favourite Dress
02. The Girl from the DDR
03. Deer Caught in the Headlights
04. Dalliance
05. Dare
06. Suck
07. Blonde
08. Rotterdam
09. Lovenest
10. Corduroy
11. Carolyn
12. Heather
13. Octopussy
14. Take Me! (faded out at 04:27 - broadcast's end)

Total Playing Time: 54:09

File Info:

Format                      : Matroska
Format version              : Version 4 / Version 2
File size                   : 124 MiB
Duration                    : 54 min 9 s
Overall bit rate mode       : Constant
Overall bit rate            : 320 kb/s

ID                          : 1
Format                      : MPEG Audio
Format version              : Version 1
Format profile              : Layer 2
Codec ID                    : A_MPEG/L2
Codec ID/Hint               : MP2
Duration                    : 54 min 9 s
Bit rate mode               : Constant
Bit rate                    : 320 kb/s
Channel(s)                  : 2 channels
Sampling rate               : 48.0 kHz
Frame rate                  : 41.638 FPS (1153 spf)
Compression mode            : Lossy
Stream size                 : 124 MiB (100%)
Language                    : German
Default                     : Yes
Forced                      : No

Supports Artists! Attends their concerts.
Buy their official releases and merchandising. 

Dinosaur Jr. - Drive-In Live, Cheshire Fairgrounds, Swanzey, NH, USA - 12.09.2020 (Flac)


So this seems to be the present state of affairs as long as concerts go. Drive In Style, wich in fact seems nice. Very good FM recording. HUGE Thanks to crematia13 for sharing his recording on Dime.

Original Info File:

This was recorded by lining an old Aiwa boombox (CSD-ES227) from the headphone jack via 1/8" stereo cord, into my Zoom H4n.  H4n lined into computer by USB, wav sent to Magix Audio Cleaning Lab 12.  Magix program was used for track markings, volume increase, a volume adjustment at the beginning of the show, and removal of before and after show sounds.  Flac created with Trader's Little Helper, SBE and torrent work also done with TLH.

Track listing:
01 - The Lung
02 - Budge
03 - Goin' Down
04 - tuning - stage chat
05 - Long Time
06 - Watch The Corners
07 - stage chat
08 - Garden
09 - Fury Little Things
10 - Out There
11 - Feel The Pain
12 - stage noise
13 - Crumble
14 - Pieces
15 - The Wagon
16 - Knocked Around
17 - stage chat
18 - Start Choppin'
19 - stage chat
20 - Training Grond
21 - Freak Scene
22 - Gargoyle
23 - horns honking
24 - stage chat - more honking
25 - Kracked
26 - Sludgefest

27 - Just Like Heaven

This came out ok, I suppose.  The show was broadcast on 88.3 FM.  In all of my searching, since the last drive-in show I attempted to get an FM capture of, I found the Aiwa boombox to be the most reliable, best sounding, and most capable of catching a decent signal, of all of the battery operated FM things I own.  When you can bring your car into the show, you can bring a boombox, a flashlight, multiple recording devices, chosen refreshments - I like all of that.  As far as my recording goes, there are a few spots where the reception crackles, and parts of it feel like it's on the verge of crackling.  While I didn't have much of a chance to listen to it through the headphones while it was recording, I'm quite sure it's as good as I could get it, and I wonder if I would've heard the same crackles on any car stereo in the lot.  That aside, it's not too intrusive.  The mix is ok, of course it sounds pretty dry.  The in-between song tuning was silenced out of the broadcast.  I also made an audience capture from on top of the car.  I think wind (and my big-mouthed friends) may have effectively ruined a lot of it, but I'll go back over it.  I included photos from our spot, section A, row 4.  They aren't clear at all - they're just there to give an idea of what it looked like.  The first couple of photos are from before the set started.

I also filmed the show with my Sony handycam.  some of it is from the hood of the car, and while steady, kinda dull looking.  At other times, I did a good job of doing it hand-held style, with cool close ups.  If anybody would like to do something with the video, particularly involving merging this FM broadcast with it, let me know.  I don't want to upload it as is, and I don't have the know-how to get it done myself.



Wednesday 16 September 2020

RE-UPLOAD: The Sisters Of Mercy - Futurama Festival, Bingley Hall, Stafford - 05.09.1981 (Flac)

Just noticed that I had never posted this one in FLAC before...  Sound is a little muddy but it's the earliest complete recording of a TSOM concert.


Source: Cassette - ION Tape2PC - Audacity - CD Wave - Flac (level 8) - You


01 Floorshow
02 Good Things
03 Watch
04 The Damage Done
05 1969
06 Teachers/Adrenochrome
07 Sister Ray


Do not convert. Do not sell. Buy the Records and go to the shows!!!

RE-UPLOAD: Fields of the Nephilim - Brixton Academy, London, UK - 24.09.1988 (MP3)

Very powerful extensive gig at the height of the Last Exit for the Lost Tour. Remastered for true stereo (from a curious left-right imblance). A meaty soundboard recording! Thanks to JEmber for sharing this one.

01. Intro
02. Endemoniada
03. Blue Water
04. Dust
05. Celebrate
06. Love Under Will
07. Trees Come Down
08. Moonchild
09. Phobia
10. Last Exit for the Lost
11. The Watchman
12. Preacherman
13. Dawnrazor
14. Chord of Souls

Depeche Mode - Les Bains Douches, Paris-France - 29.09.1981 + ICA, London, UK - 26.08.1981 (Flac)

Two very good FM broadcast from the 1981 tour. Thanks to the original uploaders on Dime.

Original Info Files:

Paris, FM reel recording, master

From the France Inter "Feedback" Bernard Lenoir show.

Certainly an upgrade for fans since i ripped this from the original reel, played on the Akai machine used to record the show.

42 mns at good speed without some DJ comments (removed when possible). Sounds exc to me.

Reel tape - Akai machine - Zoom H4 - SD card on PC - Audacity (volume adjustments, fades, tracks, FLAC export) - md5 with TLH

Setlist (found on the net after the Dimitroy / Darkdevoted upload) :

01 Any Second Now  
02 Photographic
03 Nodisco
04 New Life
05 Puppets
06 Ice Machine
07 Big Muff
08 I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
09 Tora! Tora! Tora!
10 Just Can't Get Enough
11 Boys Say Go
12 What's Your Name
13 Television Set

shared on dime by letsgo, july 2020.
Depeche Mode
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England, UK
1981 Tour

Complete FM broadcast recording, incomplete concert recording
Lineage: Capital Radio FM broadcast spanning August 25-30, 1981 -> unknown FM tuner -> Toshiba portable stereo radio / cassette recorder (unknown model) -> Memorex 90-minute normal bias cassette (master) -> Nakamichi MR-1 professional discrete head cassette deck (pitch and playback azimuth adjusted to match these tapes) -> Mogami 2534 XLR to TRS cables -> Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd gen USB audio interface -> WAV (32/88.2) -> in Audacity: normalized to -0.1dB and any DC offset removed, track splits -> WAV (32/88.2) -> downsampled to FLAC level 8 (16/44) using foobar2000 v1.5.5, FLAC 1.3.3 64-bit, and foobar2000's Resampler (SoX) component v0.8.3 (best quality), dithering enabled
Taper: John Gates ( )
Generation: master
Transfer: DMLiveWiki ( )
Cassette photos and auCDTectTaskManager log included

Notes: A very good quality FM broadcast recording of three tracks. Bass can be a little boomy and overpowering, and the high frequencies extend out to about 13khz, but as this was recorded on a portable radio, this is not unexpected.

2020 revision for the concert's 39th anniversary: transfer once more on a superior deck, yielding better sound quality and correct speed.

The original copy of this recording was a MiniDisc copy of this cassette that sounded considerably worse than this transfer from the original master cassette. This audio is significantly clearer overall, with the second and third tracks no longer having an unusual "pumping" effect nearly as audible as with the old transfer, and there are no fades or cuts that do not appear on the original tape. A million thanks to the original taper John for taking the time and effort to locate his master tape and ship it to me! The resulting upgrade in sound quality speaks for itself.

This FM broadcast provides another soundboard-quality source for the tracks "The Price Of Love" and "Dreaming Of Me". The only other current source for "The Price Of Love" in such quality is the soundboard recording from 1981-06-27 Crocs, Rayleigh, Essex, England, UK (,_Rayleigh,_Essex,_England,_UK/Source_2 ). "Boys Say Go!" has several soundboard and FM sources available (see!#1981_Tour ). "Dreaming Of Me" has a somewhat different arrangement and sound, more closely resembling the single version compared to the version played at Crocs.

Note that this concert was reported by a local newspaper's review to have been video taped. DM Live has contacted the Institute of Contemporary Arts to inquire whether the supposed video recording or any sort of audio recording exists in their archives, but the response was that the material no longer exists. Read the newspaper review and ICA's response here:,_London,_England,_UK

This source is considered Source 1 for this date:,_London,_England,_UK/Source_1

Track list:

01. [2:30] Boys Say Go!
02. [4:08] The Price Of Love
03. [3:31] Dreaming Of Me
Total time: 10:08

New Order - Volkshaus, Zuerich, Switzerland - 02.04.1985 (Flac)

Very good FM broadcast that is floating around for a decade already. Thanks to pythonmonty for sharing it on Dime.

Original Info File:

** analog DRS3-FM MASTER, MWM 0193 **

Checking the DIME-bot, i found out that a few different recordings from this
night had been shared here before, ALL with unknown lineage & generation, too
fast running and with around 57 minutes concert length DEFINITELY NOT complete !

This upload has NOTHING to do with those old uploads !






About the Zurich New Order concert on April 02, 1984:

Their opening/support act on this tour, "Shark Vegas", was not aired that night.

Shark Vegas was a Berlin based New Wave band, consisting of ex-Factory Records German
representative, Mark Reeder (Guitar/tapes/Keyboards), Alistair Gray (Vocals), Leo Walter
(Drums/Percussion) and Helmut Wittler (Bass/keyboards). Previously Reeder & Grey were known
as "Die Unbekannten" together with their drummer Tommy Wiedler (now with Nick Cave's "Nick
Cave and the Bad Seeds) they later used drum machines and sequencers (in fact Die Unbekannten
are credited with making the first record with a Roland TR-606). Today Reeder runs a string
of labels included MFS and Flesh, launching the careers of Paul van Dyk and Corvin Dalek.

Shark Vegas reinvented themselves with two new members Walter & Wittler
for a New Order European tour in 1984.

"You Hurt me" was one of their concert favorites and Bernard Sumner of New Order wanted to
release the track as a single. He also plays guitar at the closing moments of the track. Sumner
co-produced the track with A Certain Ratio's Donald Johnson, who also added vocals to the track.
A different version to this single was also released on Die Toten Hosen's label "Totenkopf".

The "DRS3"-LIVE BROADCAST of the New Order concert was scheduled from 22:00 to 24:00pm - enough time to transmit the whole gig (usually 60 to 85 minutes during this European tour) including
some delay at the beginning, all the possible encores plus some interviews, trivia and so on...

Theatersaal im Volkshaus in Zuerich was - and still is, after the last renovation - a venue
for concerts (the primary use during the 1970/80ies...) that can hold an audience of ~1.100
people bottom floor, all standing (there are a few room pictures included in the folder).

But sadly nearly nobody showed up for this concert. We heard rumours of about 5-10 % of the max.
possible places filled -> 50 to 100 people ! Searching the net we found this short report here:

Ein Konzert das ich nie vergessen werde... es fand vor 30 (dreissig!!!) Leuten statt und wurde
live bei Radio DRS3 übertragen!!! Die Hälfte der Leute kannte ich per Namen. Es war schon komisch
und irgendwie einzigartig. Die Band war verständlicherweise nicht gut drauf und spielte nur eine
Stunde lang. Sie spielte auch nicht „Blue monday“, aber alle andern Songs die ich so liebte. Ich
habe das Konzert genossen, zu dem ich noch alle Autogramme der Band durch eine Bekannte erhielt.

The band was obviously pissed about the empty venue, and a lot of problems during the soundchecks,
the support act "Shark Vegas" and at the end during their OWN concert - to name just the subsurface
room sound (throughout the whole day really nobody gained control about it...), problems with some
of the band's keyboards and other equipment, buzzing amps, few severe and uncontrollable feedbacks
on every occasion, a partly rowdy & dissatisfied crowd etc. - led to a somehow WEIRD GIG and, even more, to a COMPLETELY WHACKED-OUT AND EXTREMELY FUNNY RADIO BROADCAST, especially the last quarter...

On the other side you'll get a few different sequencer patterns and partly new lyrics in some of
the songs, culminating in track #05. "Sooner Than You Think" with almost completely different
lyrics especially about the country Switzerland and the beautiful girls there - sadly never ever
heard or learned about the interesting word "cunts" as female description - a delicate compliment ?





And don't forget:

CRANK UP YOUR STEREO & attrape à danser!

NEW ORDER (the artists)

'Musik-Uf-De-Gass' proudly presents (the motto)

Theatersaal im Volkshaus (the room/the venue)  
Zuerich (the city)
Switzerland (the country)

April 02, 1984 (the date)

"Schweizer Radio DRS3"-FM 'Live In Concert'- broadcast from the very same day...

Zürich or Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of Zürich.
It is located in Eastern Switzerland at the northwestern tip of Lake Zürich. While the
municipality itself has 380,500 inhabitants, the Zürich metropolitan area is an urbanised
area of international importance constituted by a population of nearly 2 million inhabitants.
Zürich is a mixed hub for railways, roads, and air traffic. Both Zürich Airport and railway
station are the largest and busiest in the country. In addition to being Switzerland's main
commercial centre, Zürich is sometimes called the Cultural Capital of Switzerland.
An impressive number of museums and art galleries can be found in the city, among which
the Swiss National Museum and the Kunsthaus. Zürich also hosts one of the most important
theatres in the German-speaking world.

about the venue:

The "Theatersaal" was completely renovated in 1994...

about the radio station:

pics & scans included in this torrent...

as far as we know NONE of this torrent was used commercially...

the complete recorded broadcast:

All songs by New Order (Sumner/Gilbert/Hook/Morris) unless otherwise specified.

01. complete intro music -> "DRS"-FM host 3:07.24
02. 5-8-6 (Working Title: "Prime 586") 6:09.61
03. Ceremony <Sumner/Ian Kevin Curtis/Hook/Morris> 4:44.05
04. Ultraviolence 6:39.12
05. Sooner Than You Think 6:34.04
06. ICB 5:24.24
07. Denial 5:23.11
08. Procession § 3:57.09   
09. Age Of Consent 5:51.06
10. Temptation 8:42.54
11. Confusion <Sumner/Gilbert/Hook/Morris/Arthur Baker> 6:43.26
12. "DRS"-FM hosts waiting & talking 1:49.43
13. "DRS"-FM hosts about the concert etc. 1:07.20
14. "And now we'll sneak another peek in the hall..." 0:24.30
15. "New Oder have left the stage, there will be NO encore..." 0:37.25
16. The famous interview with Rudi Meier 4:27.06
17. "DRS"-FM hosts "Outro" 0:21.40

total running time: 72:03.25 minutes

the notes:

§ -> original tape flip during the applause @ the song end, crossfaded, NO MUSIC was harmed or lost...

All officially released tracks during the radiobroadcast have been omitted.

Further down you'll find an extremely detailed description
of this concert, track-after-track, including some closer
translation of most of the spoken passages after the show...

the musicians:

Bernard "Barney Rubble" Sumner aka Dicken aka Albrecht § - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Peter "Hooky" Hook - bass, backing vocals, percussion
Stephen Paul David Morris - drums, percussion, keyboards
Gillian Lesley Gilbert - keyboards, guitar, backing vocals

§ -> Sumner has used the surnames Dicken and Albrecht in the past and had always refused to
explain why he has used different names. He has also been reluctant to discuss his family
background. In 2007, it was revealed his mother had cerebral palsy, and that he had been
adopted by his stepfather John Dickin. Sumner was his mother's maiden name, and is the name
that appears on his birth certificate. The revelations about his past were made in a book
about his life, Bernard Sumner: Confusion: Joy Division, Electronic and New Order Versus
the World by David Nolan, published in 2007 - on which Sumner co-operated.


recorded by lonetaper, FM broadcast to analog tape

recording April 02, 1984:

DRS3-FM Swiss Radio Broadcast > Airwaves > Sony STR 3800L Stereo Receiver/Amplifier >
> Hitachi D 980 Stereo Cassette Tape Deck (without any Dolby NoiseReduction) > My Compact Cassette Master
(Maxell XL II-S 90 Epitaxial, 1-7/8ips Position Chrome, High Bias Type II, EQ 70us, 135 meter tape)

the transfer:

My Cassette (master) > Nakamichi Cassette Deck 1 (manual playback head azimuth aligned ! No NoiseReduction used) >
> Analog Cable (coax) > Behringer SRC-2496 Ultramatch Pro
(Ultra-high-resolution 24-Bit/96 kHz A/D & D/A and Sample Rate Converter & Dropouts-/Jitter Remover) >
> converted to 16 bit, SP 44,1 kHz > > Oehlbach Hyper Profi Opto Set (optical fibre, TOS-Link) >
> Terratec Aureon 7.1 PCI - Dolby Digital Live Soundcard with C-Media CMI8768 Soundprocessor Chip, digital S/P-DIF in >
> Motherboard with AMD Multicore Processor, Serial ATA Interface > CD Wave (recording) >
> Harddisc Western Digital with Thermaltake HD Cooler (EVER had a HardDisc burnout ??) >
> lonetaper's secret box of miracles # > CD Wave (tracking) > Traders Little Helper (SB aligned/level 6) > FLAC > DIME

# RAW FILES - so NO additional NoiseReduction or EQ'ing was used here,
and none of those compressors, Sonic Maximizers or other psychoacoustic
processors - just some of the broadcast-statics reduced , balanced the
stereo channels (just a touch) and finally normalized.

this upload here comes directly from the "Men With Microphones" archives.
if you want to know more about, check the old uploads...lotta stuff to read !

And if there's some interest, maybe there is MORE TO COME...
it just depends on YOUR demeanor, and lotta useful comments ;-)


<< 22:00pm >>
Scheduled "DRS3"-FM-broadcast beginning...
The two hosts - i think Martin Schäfer & Jasmin Kienast (maybe somebody can confirm?) - talked
and played some music out of the studio while waiting for New Order -> THE NOT RECORDED PART...

<< 22:20pm >>
The concert starts finally with some fanfare intro -> RECORDING starts without missing ONE NOTE !

01. intro music -> "DRS"-FM host
~ 31 seconds long fanfare intro
~ 10 seconds yells, short buzzing noise from stage <right channel>
~ 135 seconds classical intro music, lots of audience whistling throughout
~ 10 seconds "DRS"-FM host about the intro & that musicians enter the stage...

02. 5-8-6
~ 0:18 "WOUW!" <right channel> misused onstage microphone
~ 3:06 "HOUWL" (the more orgasmic one...) <left channel> misused onstage microphone
10 seconds of applause & yells

03. Ceremony
~ 0:01 a short amp buzz right at the start
~ 1:05 vocals are way too quiet in the mix, slowly improving during the first verse
~ 1:50 better vocals during the chorus "Oh, I'll break them down -> Too frail to wake this time"
10 seconds of applause & fans call out for "Warsaw", and concerning the room sound: "IT'S BAD !"

04. Ultraviolence
~ 0:03 BS: "It's just called 'Ultraviolence'"
~ 3:43 Additional lyrics appear in this version:

Who saw the darkness?
I felt the devil
I saw those eyes
I ran for the sky
His eyes were dark and brown
He lookes at me like just torn eyes

The stolen and misused microphone incident:
~ 5:53 A very loud voice yells out three times before the applause starts
~ 6:00 same yeller: "Blue Monday !!"
then you hear a few bass notes played and during this a short fight
roadies versus the yeller to get the damn microphone back...

~ 6:12 BS: "Thanks very much everybody, it's really nice of you to come and see us."
More calls for "Blue Monday" - Barney plays some notes on his guitar
~ 6:28 BS: "Slight technical problem there."
~ 6:35 PH: "It's the Adverts...", the rest is distorted...hmmm, someone heard "from the radio"?

05. Sooner Than You Think
Obviously with different sequencer patterns and brandnew lyrics -> was often titled 'Meaning Of Life'
Definitely NOT the live debut of The track, this was 01/12/1983 @ Brixton Academy, London, England (UK) 

~ 2:37 a short amp buzz
~ 2:48 starts with the usual lyrics:

Hello, everyone, it's nice to be here
I've come so far to see you all
I can see your deep blue eyes

~ 3:01 then the new lyrics mention the "thousand lines away" bit,
and the chorus is "You know we'd love you", repeated a few times.

~ 4:15 He also sings:

Switzerland is a wonderful country,
it's full of mountains and leaves and flowers.
like it does in England,
the girls much prettier.
But unfortunately, everyone in Basel are cunts.

some of the new lyric transcriptions (thanks a lot!) here:

~ 6:25 short & real gentle applause
~ 6:30 feedback starts, increasing to buzz

06. ICB
~ 0:00 -> 0:03 some buzzing noise, decreasing
~ 0:10 -> 0:12 some buzzing noise, decreasing
~ 0:15 -> 0:17 some buzzing noise, decreasing to zero
~ 1:18 vocals are too quiet in the mix, slowly improving
~ 3:08 the first verse repeated and slightly new lyrics

completely missed the following part:

Taken from the killing ground,
by all dividing hands
With no sense or reason,
they came, they found, they ran
Taking good advantage of all the things I'm told
I washed my hands in innocence when you start taking control

~ 5:05 -> 5:09 increasingly buzzing noise
audience applause muted by reason of some uprising technical problems
~ 5:10 -> 5:12 loud buzz -> instrumental plug out
followed by some buzz, loud bumps & short distorted vocals...

The group then shoot right into Denial.

07. Denial
throughout the ~ first minute some hiss/buzz is audible, swelling up and down...
vocals start too quiet in the mix, also "swelling up and down"...
~ 1:55 problems seemingly solved here:

It's just something I know,
the answer's not there
It comes and it goes and it frightens me

~ 4:47 short 11 second of a metronome (?) & some shy applause following, with occasional BUZZ...
~ 5:13 BS: "We know what we'll do, don't worry...(in a high-pitched voice) 'Procession'"

08. Procession
~ 0:46 vocals start too quiet in the mix...slowly improving
~ 1:30 problems seemingly solved...some of the lyrics mixed...
~ 3:23 another additional lyrics:

Your life is your own, my life doesn't involve you, boy

~ 3:45 applause, about 10 seconds with some verbal assaults...
~ 3:54 BS: "Right, sort the fucking triggers out, somebody."

09. Age Of Consent
~ 5:24 a louder 14 seconds long audience applause, including some VERBAL INJURIES
~ 5:38 BS: "Oh great, FUCKING back to you..."
~ 5:40 some audience yells about "fucking" etc...some whistling...
~ 5:43 somebody cries "just play more guitar !"
~ 5:46 you can hear Bernard furiously throwing the microphone to the ground...

10. Temptation
~ 0:31 BS: "This next song's called Temptation."
~ 0:35 BS: "It's a story about, eh... a long lost love."
With the exception of the first line:

Heaven, a gateway of hope

the vocals are good in the mix...they finally found the correct faders ;-)
and it was SEEMINGLY A JOY for Bernhard to shout this
AT the crowd below (or minimum a part of them, there...):

Bolts from above hit the people down below
People in this world we have no place to go

Oh, it's the last time
Oh, it's the last time
Oh, it's the last time
Oh, it's the last time
Oh, it's the last time

Oh, I've never met anyone quite like you before
Oh no, I've never met anyone quite like you before

~ 8:19 a loud applause starts, including some "Hey, hey, hey!" yells

11. Confusion
NOW thy've nailed the vocals in the mix...
first 30 seconds with a few instrumental feedbacks

They shortened the song and skipped those lyrics:

You tell me you need me, I'll make it this time
Faith won't devide us if sensations survive
I was sure that I told you it was clear from the face
You've caused me some problems, you've taken my place

~ 6:18 a loud 25 seconds long applause, including some "More, more !" shouts

<< 23:23pm >>
The regular set ends, band members leaving the stage...

12. "DRS"-FM hosts waiting & talking
Seemingly the hosts are waiting for the promised & planned encore...
~ 0:07 band introduction, instruments used & the miserable room sound (also for Shark Vegas...)
~ 0:34 introducing New Order and their biggest hit "Blue Monday" as encore
~ 0:40 back to the room sound...hmmm...sounds different...lotta whistlers...
~ 1:10 obviously perplexed "DRS"-FM hosts, losing their train of thought
~ 1:24 about the severly kvetching audience & the 'completely flopped' version of "Confusion"
~ 1:43 "We are totally baffled at the moment, not knowing what's going on..."

13. "DRS"-FM hosts about the concert etc.
About New Order succeeding Joy Division...
~ 0:07 their biggest hit "Blue Monday", which is still missed here as encore...
~ 0:15 "Confusion" was planned as follow-up hit, but nearly failed completely

<< 23:26pm >>
Host's plan for the rest of the scheduled broadcasting time

~ 0:27 "What we'll do for the following >30 minutes - until 12:00 pm..."
~ 0:49 "We can also air an interview with today's concert promoter/organizer 'Musik-Uf-De-Gass'"
~ 1:03 "The music in the venue has stopped...MAYBE THEY COME BACK ONSTAGE NOW...let's listen..."

14. "And now we'll sneak another peek into the hall..."
But still nothing's happening...EXCEPT the damn room music starts again...
~ 0:05 about the troubles with their syntesizers inter alia: "Maybe the'ye just forgotten the encore ?"
~ 0:17 "As the venue's music NOW is so shitty we'll play some from our studio..."

15. "New Oder have left the stage, there will be NO encore..."
Introducing another "big named artist" from England, Frank Tovey, playing next Friday in Zuerich...
~ 0:12 Fad Gadget "Collapsing New People" studio song <OMITTED>

<< 23:31pm >>
Fad Gadget song ends...

~ 0:14 "from the 1982 album 'Gag'", and about the song...
~ 0:28 "New Oder have left the stage, there will be NO "Blue Monday" encore !" (host with PISSED VOICE)

16. The famous interview with Ru(e)di Meier (?Meyer/Mayer/Maier? - Who can/will help?)
About the disappointing gig: lotta problems with venue sound/too depressive songs/keyboard problems:
"You are one of the biggest Swiss fans of formerly Joy Division & New Order - how was the gig?"
~ 0:08 "Good, but they played just their NON-danceable songs...the gloomy & sinster ones...
~ 0:45 about the two faces of New Order...writing both depressive AND danceable songs...
~ 1:13 about the disappointing, miserable room sound during the concert...and the fans/their reactions
~ 1:22 "Many "depro"-fans, dressed in black, No poppers & discofreaks...not freaking out, less dancing"
~ 2:05 Rudi has seen the band for the first time...talking about their skills as musicians...
~ 2:55 One of their "gags" onstage ...OR: Why they played with out-of-tune instruments...
~ 3:40 "The depressive songs are better in a 'NO' live concert...cannot play danceable songs there..."

17. "DRS"-FM hosts "Outro"
Thanking the big New Order fan for the recent live interview.
~ 0:15 host Jasmin introducing the next song...fades out...

<< 23:37pm >>
"Blue Monday" studio version starts <OMITTED>

Thanks to some of the people responsible for this site, as
i was using a few of the transcriptions & descriptions there:

PLEASE support the artist - and buy all his available stuff...
open recorded and carefully stored over 26 years, mastered etc.pp. by Leo (all thanks go to him...),
transferred, & finally first time uploaded by pythonmonty on Dime, July 02, 2010. This is "MWM 00193"

please consign this info-sheet with the shared music - thanks !

The KLF ‎– Live On Stage - Bootleg (Flac)

Another bootleg from the KLF, not many info avaiable.

Label: Not On Label (The KLF) ‎– JAMS CD11 PRO
Format: CDr, Unofficial Release, Limited Edition, Promo
Released: 03 Sep 2001

01 The KLF - Intro 1:00
02 The KLF - Burn The Bastards 5:19
03 The KLF - Justified & Ancient 7:06
04 The KLF - Love Trance 5:43
05 The KLF - Build A Fire 4:29
06 The KLF - Go To Sleep 4:44
07 The KLF - Last Train To Trancentral 5:33
08 The KLF - Kylie Said To Jason 6:33
09 The KLF - Madrugada Eterna 5:28
10 The KLF -What Time Is Love? / Outro 8:42
11 The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu - It's Grim Up North 6:48
12 The KLF - 3 A.M. Eternal 8:12
13 The KLF - America: What Time Is Love? 8:16

Limited hand numbered promotional only CDr. Marked as 1/20 though only 13 copies exist

Elastica - Mark Radcliffe's Session, Manchester, UK - 28.03.1995 8Flac)

Thanks to elegymart for sharing on TTD.

Original Info File:

House of Earthly Delights BBC studio
BBC Radio Manchester
New Broadcasting House
Oxford Road
Manchester, England  M60 1SJ

FLAC master, 11 September 2020, by elegymart:
Analog radio broadcast (stereo): BBC Radio 1 FM broadcast > analog audio cassette master > analog audio cassette > 1998-2000 European Maxell XLII-S (Type II CrO2) 90-minute analog audio cassette {from the Stonecutter Archives} > 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  [15:10]
01  interview [1:03]
02  Rockunroll [2:29]
03  Gloria [2:47]
04  interview [2:48]
05  Car Song [2:16]
06  interview [1:08]
07  2:1 [2:24]
08  outro [0:11]

Band line-up:
Justine Frischmann – vocals, guitar
Donna Matthews – guitar, vocals
Annie Holland – bass
Justin Welch – drums
Craig Scott - keyboards



Now we're coming to the point where there's unfinished busy-ness on top of inflows and outflows of a wealth of material, while we run into NAB and other questionable forks in the road, and the blurring of TGPC and the Stonecutter Archives along with one's own. After hitting the Vol. 150 mark of TGPC, it's time to rummage through the old storage and get some unshared older and newer transfers out there in a parallel race to the finish line, so we can accelerate this and move on to the elegymart archives before that turns to dust. The previous shares of the Stonecutter Archives weren't named or numbered, because there was no foresight that the bot would one day disappear into thin air. Thankfully we now have that database salvaged, but since the numbered series functioned so well to keep track of TGPC, we're applying the same approach here.

So here's the next major drop courtesy of the Stonecutter Archives. There was a thought about calling it Ticket to Ride, but that seemed to connote some exchange of currency, while Free Ride would mistakenly lead others to believe this series focuses on Foghat or Edgar Winter uploads (apologies to those of you who just had your hopes squashed there). For the rest of you, buckle yourself in, because you want to do this safely -- let's see if you can all handle having TGPC and the R.O.Y.A.L. series running neck-in-neck. That's if we don't crash over here first. For now we won't divulge who has the inner or outer track, but brace yourself for the ride.

We head over to Mark Radcliffe's House of Earthly Delights BBC studio this time for a live session with Elastica.

Coy and sarcastic, the first thing Justine does is play a riff from Supergrass. Topics discussed include their Hacienda Manchester gig and future gigs, band height, and in case you were wondering whether this was a live broadcast, Justine accidentally utters a cuss word when discussing Adam Ant, prompting Radcliffe to bring out the bleepy censor for the remainder of the session. The band on this session added a keyboard player, Craig Scott, who later passed away in March 1997.

Half of this session would later be released on 2001's compilation "The Radio One Sessions," but here is everything that went on air, uncensored.


The Pogues - Rockmagasinet, Orebo, Sweden - 10.05.1985 (Flac)

Very good FM broadcast. Thanks to Foxtrotter and Creatured for sharing on Dime.

Original Info File:

FM unk gen cass > Azimuth > Audacity(Normallised, tracked & tagged) > Flac8

01. Repeal of the Licensing Law
02. Boys from COunty Hell
03. Whiskey, Your The Devil
04. Transmetropolotan
05. A Pair of Brown Eyes
06. Back Street of London
07. Streams of Whiskey
08. DJ talks
09. Sally Maclennane
10. Navigator
11. Dingle Regatta
12. Poor Paddy
13. Waxie's Dargle
14. Muirshin Durkin

RE-UPLOAD: Fixmer / McCarthy - Arvikafestivalen, Arvika, Sweden - 16.07.2004 (Flac)


Excellent FM capture. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

Radio Station: SR P3 Live
Playtime: 56:54.912
Size: 413,4 MB


FM Broadcasting > Technics SA-GX390 > SB Audigy > Sony Soundforge (44100 Hz, 16bit wave) > CD-wave editor > FLAC8


#01] P3 Live Intro - 1:33
#02] Join In The Chant - 3:55
#03] Destroy - 6:01
#04] Through A Screen - 5:56
#05] Murderous - 4:04
#06] Run - 4:39
#07] Control I'm Here - 5:21
#08] You Want It - 6:40
#09] Freefall - 5:48
#10] Splitter - 6:17
#11] Tight Fit - 2:20
#12] Let Your Body Learn - 4:20

RE-UPLOAD: Cat Rapes Dog - Sala, Folkets Park, Sweden - 05.01.1991 (Flac)

Excellent underated band. Huge Thanks to Jofa for sharing his recording.

Original Info File:

Source:  Sony ECM-101 > Sony WM-D3

Transfer:  TDK AD120 > Pioneer CT-W208R > Argon 5055 > M-Audio Audiophile 2496 >
  Wavelab V5.01b (16/48) > Voxengo r8brain v1.9 (resample to 16/44.1) >
  CD Wave Editor V1.98 > FLAC v1.2.0a (Level5) > Tag and Rename v3.5.238.447 RC1

Editing:  Volume boost, mastering and fades in Steinberg WaveLab V5.01b

Recorded, transfered, mastered & seeded by Jofa


01. American Dream  [06:12.56]
02. Homo Bulldozer  [03:43.15]
03. God, Guns & Gasoline [04:41.60]
04. Madmen   [04:25.45]
05. Life In Misery  [04:46.21]
06. Schizo   [05:50.38]
07. Allt Jag Har  [03:53.63]
08. Motorhead   [05:18.52]
09. Holocaust   [04:00.26]
10. Fundamental   [04:14.01]
11. Speeding Jesus  [03:54.26]
12. Something To Do  [05:57.08]
Total:    [56:58.36]

Transfered, mastered & tracked 2009-09-18


Thursday 3 September 2020

The Sisters of Mercy - Rock City, Nottingham, UK - 02.05.1984 (Flac)

This version sounds better than the one that was previously shared, wich was very hissy. Thanks to Falkpe for sharing his rip here.

Original Info File:

Start of the UK Spring Tour in 1984.

This is a great energetic recording.

Eldritch experiments during Walk Away, singing with a different emphasis and longer voice echoes.
He also does a funny mock band intro after Adrenochrome
    "..on bass, Mr Mitch Mitchell... on guitar .. no I can't do this - it's too much..."

During this concert, Gary Marx crushed his guitar. Artwork: The remains of Gary Marx' guitar
See story text file in Artwork folder, courtesy of Quiff Boy from the Heartland Forum.

Tape acquired on EBAY in 2020 (from ALEXM collection), transfered by FALKPE and restored by WATERISNAT

Quality: 4 (out of 5). A must for your collection!


01 Burn
02 Heartland
03 Walk Away
04 Anaconda
05 Body And Soul
06 Floorshow
07 Emma
08 Adrenochrome
09 Alice
10 Body Electric
11 Gimme Shelter
12 Sister Ray

Rise and Reverberate

RE-UPLOAD: New Model Army - Reichstagsgelände, Berlin, Germany - 06.06.1987 (Flac)

This version is slightly different from the one previous posted, as it has the DJ part removed.

Original Info File:

Recording equipment:
Recorder:   unknown
Microphone: unknown

Sound Info:
--> radio-broadcast
--> converted to 44.1kHz/16bit, tracksplitting, FadeIn/FadeOut (Wavelab 3.0)
--> converted to flac8 (Trader's Little Helper 2.6.0)

Set List
01. Intro
02. My Country
03. Lights go Out
04. Notice Me
05. Master Race
06. The price
07. The Race
08. Waiting
09. Our Generation
10. Lovesongs
11. The Hunt
12. Poison Street
13. Young gifted And Skint
14. 51st State

Additional Info:

UPGRADE: The Jesus and Mary Chain: Black Session, Studio 105, Maison de Radio France, Paris, France - 06.09.1994 (Flac)

And a FLAC upgrade courtesy of Meth, HUGE Thanks to him, and of course the original uploader.

Original Info File:

a Borzage production

Host : the talkative Bernard Lenoir.

01- snakedriver
02- hole
03- girlfriend
04- head on
05- dirty water
06- come on
07- teenage lust
08- the ghost of a smile
(cover from the Pogues on the "Hell's Ditch" Album - 1990 - wea)
09- far gone & out
10- she
11- save me
12- everybody i know
13- reverence
14- sidewalking


I wanted to thank all the generous JAMC/C86 recent donators here, so here it comes.
This rare JAMC gem comes from my own master tape that was stuck in a box nearly ever since.
So enjoy and spread it freely.
and leave your window open !

bye bye now


Laurie Anderson - Slim's, San Francisco, CA, USA - 17.02.1990 (Flac)

Very Good soundboard recording. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

Source: SBD > DAT
Transfer: Sony PCM-R500 > Tascam DA-3000
Master: Wavelab 9.5 (track, level adjustments) > FLAC 1648

Thanks to David Gans for the DAT and to Charlie Miller for the transfer.

01. My Eyes
02. spoken word (politics)
03. Good Night Ladies
04. I See By Your Outfit
05. spoken word (Japanese)
06. spoken word (National Anthem)
07. spoken word (Yankee Doodle)
08. spoken word (mass media)
09. Coolsville
10. Who Wrote These Rules
11. spoken word (farm animals)
12. Hey Girls
13. Manic Depression
14. Sergio Leone + Maplethorpe
15. spoken word (male alter ego)
16. spoken word (more about the clone)
17. Pobre Mexico
18. Hiawatha
19. JFK election story
20. Playboy Club story
21. Beautiful Red Dress
22. spoken word (Artpark performance art)
23. Smoke Rings
24. Walk The Dog
25. Brilliant Pebbles
26. The Dream Before
27. White Lily

Tracking is somewhat arbitrary because the performance moved seamlessly from music to spoken word, and from topic to topic.  Some of these pieces probably have formal names, and some may be mixed together or split apart.  There's only so much 30 year old performance art I can take. 


--mhg :: 2020-08-30

The Jam - Bingley Hall, Stafford, UK - 21.03.1982 (ProShot DVD)

Excellent video. Some songs of this concert where released in VHS at the time. This is the complete concert.

Original Info File:

factory pressed DVD (Fat Cat Music FCM002, Catalog #44pfd01)


Set List:
01. Intro
02. Strange Town
03. Carnation
04. Town Called Malice
05. Happy Together
06. Boy About Town
07. Ghosts
08. Just Who is the 5 O'clock Hero
09. That's Entertainment
10. Tales from the Riverbank
11. Precious
12. Running on the Spot
13. Move On Up
14. In the Crowd
15. Private Hell
16. Pretty Green
17. Trans-Global Express
18. The Gift
19. Circus
20. Pity Poor Alfie
21. Fever
22. Funeral Pyre
23. Butterfly Collector
24. When You're Young

RE-UPLOAD: Swans / Pharmakon - Jubez, Karlsruhe, Germany - 31.10.2014 (Flac)

Excellent sound. Thanks to the taper for sharing his recording on Dime.

Original Info File:

Tascam DR-05 16bit/44.1 kHz wav > Soundforge > flac

00. Opening Act: Pharmakon  [26:32]

Margaret Chardiet - voice, effects


01. Frankie M.  [45:08]
02. A Little God In My Hands  [15:12]
03. The Apostate  [24:29]
04. Just A Little Boy  [17:03]
05. unknown  (reeeeeeeelax)  [12:10]
06. Bring The Sun/Black Hole Man  [40:58]

TT Swans 02:35:02

Michael Gira - guitar & vocal
Norman Westberg - guitar
Christopher Pravdica – bass
Christoph Hahn - lapsteel
Phil Puleo - drums
Thor Harris - percussion, trombone, viola 

RE-UPLOAD: Ministry - Live Sympathy 1982 / 1984 (Flac)

Sometime ago I published a Ministry bootleg called Live Twitch 1986, that I made collecting some live tracks from 1986 that were laying around on the net, nothing totally new, but it made some impact. Now I've been asked by Jenya if I could post it on Flac. I'll do it, but felt like doing another one of these Live CDs first, again nothing that hasn't been shared before, but it's a nice document of early Ministry. This one can be a shock, if you only know Ministry after the sucess of Land of Rape and Honey, but actually there are hints of the future sound of the band as early as 1982, since they were more aggressive live than on record, but also because the more alternative tracks were left out of the "with Synpathy" album ,in a move from the record company trying to sell Ministry as a Synth Pop band. They failed, thankfully :)  Cover done by me, keeping in touch with the simple concept of the other bootleg.

01. Primental
02. Overkill
03. Love Change
04. America
05. I'm Falling
06. Never Asked For Nothing
07. Chipped Beef 
08. So So Life
09. What Is The Reason
10. Do You Even Like It
11. Nature Of Love
12. Work For Love
13. Ricky's Hand

Track 01  & 02  - Chicago 18.05.1982
Track 03 & 04  - Detroit 10.07.1982
Track 05 & 06 - Philadelphia 02.05.1982
Tracks 07 to 09 - Philadelphia 14.07.1983
Tracks 10 to 13 - Minneapolis 24.10.1984

Cigarettes After Sex - Acoustic Lakeside Festival, Sittersdorf, Austria - 23.07.2016 (Flac)

Excellent soundboard recording. Thanks to the original uploader on Dime. The recorder has a blog where some of his recordings are shared, this one isn't there, but you should check the link above, for other similar goodies.

Original Info File:
Source: Soundboard > iRiver HP120
All credits: Niko Springstein

Total Time: 45min57sec

02 Apocalypse
03 I`m A Firefighter
05 Flash
06 Affection
07 Sunsets
10 Young And Dumb

Any help with the setlist would be highly appreciated!

RE-UPLOAD: My Bloody Valentine - Ka-Bu Club, Hanau, Germany - 12.03.1988 (Flac)

Very good soundboard from an early MBV concert. Thanks to the original uploader.

Original Info File:

Rather early soundboard recording I received as a tape in trade many years ago.  It seems to be all over the net as mp3's, but I got this tape before the mp3 thing really started, and TLH tells me it is 100% CDDA. Very nice early show, including a Monkees cover!

Lineage:unknown gen in trade>M audio sound card>wav>flac
editing with CDWav

Track Listing:
01. Another Rainy Saturday (cuts in)
02. Sylvie's Head
03. (Please) Lose Yourself In Me
04. (You're) Safe In Your Sleep (From This Girl)
05. I Don't Need You
06. By the Danger in Your Eyes
07. Paint a Rainbow
08. Kiss the Eclipse
09. Lovelee Sweet Darleen
10. Sunny Sundae Smile
11. Strawberry Wine
12. Clair
13. She Loves You No Less
14. crowd noise
15. No Place to Go
16. Mary Mary
17. Sylvie's Head
18. Paint a Rainbow


This is number 240 in an ongoing series.