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Old 12-15-2007, 11:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What Bootleg Are You Currently Listening To

I thought it's about time we had a chain thread that was actually interesting to us real music fans , one that seperates the casual music fan from the hardcore fanatics among us. And as everybody knows real music fans collect bootlegs.

So don't just post who and what it is , let us know the whole deal. Give us the whole set list , the venue , give us an indication of the source of the recording I.E. TV/Radio recording/soundboard tape/ Audience recording etc etc....
Just in case anybody else might find what you have of interest to themselves

I'll start:

The Clash - Shea Stadium , New York 12th October 1982

1. London Calling
2. Career Opportunities
3. The Guns Of Brixton
4. Rock the Casbah
5. Police On My Back
6. The Magnificent Seven
7. Janie Jones
8. Train In Vain
9. Armagideon Time
10. Brand New Cadillac
11. Clampdown
12. Should I Stay or Should I Go?
13. I Fought the Law
14. Garageland

Source : Above average audience recording

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Old 12-15-2007, 12:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The Smiths - Brixton Academy, 12 December 1986.

This was the last concert the Smiths ever played together and the only time they performed "Some girls are bigger than others" live, and it has an extra verse to the Queen is Dead version.

1) Ask
2) Bigmouth Strikes Again
3) Miserable lie/London
4) Some girls are bigger than others
5) The Boy with the thorn in his side
6) Shop lifters of the world
7) There is a light that never goes out
8) Is it really so strange?
9) Cemetary gates
10)That night has opened my eyes
11)Still ill

The Queen is Dead
William it was really nothing
Hand in glove
There’s something about seeing this city at night
Where we can say what we want and do what we like.
These streets are empty but we don't feel alone,
We can run in the dark and sleep on the roads.
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