Saturday, 27 September 2014

Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie [1995.10.11] St. Louis

Nine Inch Nails & David Bowie
St. Louis, MO., USA
October 11th, 1995

Soundboard Recording
Encoded: 256 Kbps MP3

Track List:
Nine Inch Nails:
01 Terrible Lie
02 March of the Pigs
03 The Becoming
04 Sanctified
05 Piggy
06 Burn
07 Closer
08 Wish
09 Gave Up
10 Down In It
11 Eraser (partial)->
12 Subterraneans *
13 Scary Monsters *
14 Reptile *
15 Hallo Spaceboy *
David Bowie:
01 Hurt *
02 Look Back In Anger
03 I'm Deranged
04 The Heart's Filthy Lesson
05 The Voyeur of Utter Destruction
06 I Have Not Been To Oxford Town
07 Outside
08 Andy Warhol
09 Breaking Glass
10 The Man Who Sold The World
11 We Prick You
12 Joe The Lion
13 A Small Plot Of Land
14 Nite Flights
15 Under Pressure

* NIN with David Bowie on Vocals

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Kiss [1977.04.02] The Young Music Show

'Vintage KISS'
The Young Music Show (Japan TV Special)
Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
April 2nd, 1977

Only the Broadcast songs were recorded from this show.
This is the world famous 'VINTAGE KISS' bootleg vinyl from the 1980's.

Broadcast Recording
Encoded: 128 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Detroit Rock City
Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll
Makin' Love
Cold Gin
Ace's solo
Nothin' to Lose
Gene's solo
God of Thunder
Peter's solo
Rock and Roll All Nite
Black Diamond

- The band played two shows, one at 4pm and the other at 8pm, with television station NHK filming both for domestic broadcast. The shows were also recorded by Eddie Kramer for a planned, but later abandoned, Japanese only live album then titled "Rock And Roll Party In Tokyo."
- The mixed audio was used for the TV broadcasts, on NHK's "Young Music Special" and later HBO (See Below).
- A low-generational very good AUD recording also circulates recorded at the 4pm show, though for many years it was the poorest of the circulating shows from this tour, until an upgrade surfaced.
- The video from these shows is stunning, and was broadcast in both Japan and the US. It was officially released as part of the "KISSology Vol. 1" DVD package in complete form, though fans debate whether other unofficial versions are better.