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Links for shows and downloads were found on atease (thanks to Vancouver for his pinned thread). I will always recommend getting the lossless (FLAC) version of shows over lossy (mp3) and many tapers agree with me. If I've provided any mp3 links off atease which were not sanctioned by the taper I will immediately remove them. However I checked all the original links and no taper specified not to share these in alternate formats.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

2008-05-11 Bristow

May 11, 2008
Nissan Pavilion;
Bristow, Virginia, (Washington DC)

01- Intro
02- All I Need
03- Jigsaw Falling Into Place
04- Lucky
05- 15 Step
06- Nude
07- Pyramid Song
08- Weird Fishes / Arpeggi
09- Myxomatosis
10- Idioteque
11- Faust Arp
12- Videotape
13- Paranoid Android
14- Just
15- Reckoner
16- Everything In Its Right Place
17- Bangers + Mash
18- Body Snatchers
19- Like Spinning Plates
20- Optimistic
21- Karma Police (sample)
22- Go Slowly
23- Planet Telex
24- Fake Plastic Trees
25- National Anthem
26- House of Cards

Taper: travelinbeat Church Audio Card's > CA-9100 Pre > iRiver H120
Dime (FLAC) mp3 mp3

Video Taper :Alex420GNR, compiled / authored by BigBigWaves partial video recording (Location: Seat 102 T 48 (approx 8 seats to the left of the soundbooth)Source: Church Audio Card's (CA-11) > CA-9100 Pre > iRiver H120 RockBox v.060803-2007)

Photos 1
Reviews 1


Anonymous said...

Taper Notes: Absolutely great show on the worst day to be at the worst venue in the DC area. there was about 2 inches of rainfall during the performance (luckily I was safe under the pavilion) and the temperature was down in the 40's with gusts of wind (which unfortunatly make it on to the recording at times). Me and the friend I went with ended up completely soaking wet just by walking to the pavilion from the parking lot through the pouring rain. We wore trashbags with head holes torn out of the bottom to help cut the wind. All but one road in to the venue was closed due to flooding and it got so bad that police were turning away the late-arriving concert go'ers! This is among the first times I'd taped at Nissan Pavilion, it's a great sounding place, but aside from it's sound, it adds absolutely nothing to the concert experiance (and in fact takes away from it in many ways). Great show though, the band was incredable. Aside from a couple of errors at the begining of "Faust Arp", they sounded absolutely perfect. Thom's voice is amazing and the lights they had on stage were marvelous. All in all it was worth it, I hope you enjoy the show in the dry warmth of where ever you are listening to it!

Anonymous said...

wilson 66: Take a look at comment 40. I said that in my opinion this is the best sounding recording of the current run of shows - so far. And I stand by that statement. This is a fine recording!

Anonymous said...

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