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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Pink Floyd
  • 1981-02-14
  • Untitled
  • Westfalenhalle
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Dortmund
  • N/A
  • Germany
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Good
  • davebowman
  • 30th of May 2010
					
  • Pink Floyd - February 14, 1981 I have not seeded before, so excuse any mistakes. 2 cassettes (unknown gen, played on a Sony TC-WE635 tape deck)> Philips Disc Recorder CDR 760 (onto CD-R's)> Goldwave Editor Pro version 10.5.5 (to rip them to my Dell Studio XPS 64-bit as WAV files)> Switch Sound File Converter (to make flac files). CD 1: (50:55) 1. In The Flesh 3:08 2. Thin Ice 2:46 3. Another Brick Part One 3:59 4. Happiest Days of Our Lives 1:49 5. Another Brick Part Two 6:06 6. Mother 7:41 7. Goodbye Blue Sky 3:48 8. Empty Spaces 4:04 9. Young Lust 5:19 10. One of My Turns 4:01 11. Don't Leave Me Now 1:31 12. Another Brick Part Three 1:25 13. Spare Bricks 3:56 14. Goodbye Cruel World 1:16 CD 2: (48:21) 15. Hey You 4:31 16. Is There Anybody Out There 2:44 17. Nobody Home 3:23 18. Vera 2:29 19. Bring The Boys Back Home 1:22 20. Comfortably Numb 6:44 21. The Show Must Go On 2:28 22. Announcement 2:18 23. In The Flesh Part Two 4:10 24. Run Like Hell 7:10 25. Waiting For The Worms (segment) 0:31 26. Stop 0:50 27. The Trial 6:21 28. Outside The Wall 3:15 I received the cassettes in a trade around 2000, back when traders still mailed cassette tapes. Some cassettes had generation information, but these did not. I traded with about 30 people from the USA, Germany, and England. I do not remember who sent them to me. Before I could afford a computer, I bought a Sony machine that connected to my cassette deck. The Disc Recorder made regular music CD's from the cassettes. I raised the volume during the quieter parts, but NO speed correction was needed (leading me to believe that I had low-gen copies). I still have the machine, but the special blank CD's needed for it are no longer being made. With CD burners on computers, it quickly became a $500 ancient relic. I did not alter the equalization, speed, etc, with Goldwave. I only used it to rip the songs into WAV files from my CD-R's. Most of the Wall bootlegs are bad. This recording is very good when compared! If someone out there reading this has the master tapes, please release them. I hope that I will be seeding this correctly. I still have to read the instructions for uTorrent. :) Shine On! Sydney C. May 16, 2010