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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • REM
  • 1995-05-30
  • Untitled
  • Target Center
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  • Minneapolis
  • MN
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Fair
  • davebowman
  • 2020-05-06 14:03:19
  • R.E.M. Target Center Minneapolis MN 1995-05-30 Disc 1 1. Took Your Name 2. What's The Frequency, Kenneth? (1995-09-09, Thunderdome, Tampa FL) 3. Circus Envy (not on my tape and so not included-- sorry) 4. Near Wild Heaven 5. Monty Got A Raw Deal 6. Crush With Eyeliner 7. Try Not To Breathe 8. Strange Currencies 9. Revolution 10. I Don't Sleep, I Dream 11.(Stipe tells a Joke) 12. Bang And Blame 13. Tongue 14. (Stipe Talks) 15. Man On The Moon 16. Undertow Disc 2 17. Country Feedback 18. Half A World Away 19. Losing My Religion 20. Turn You Inside-Out 21. Get Up 22. Star 69 encore: 23. Let Me In 24. Everybody Hurts 25. Stipe introduces the band 26. Departure 27. So. Central Rain 28. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) Line Up: Micheal Stipe Peter Buck Mike Mills Bill Berry Aud: Okay, a few drop outs here and there and a little annoying audience chatter. Lineage: At least 2nd generation. I took the tape I had and digitized it through Sony Sound Forge, increased the volume and tried to get an equal amount of sound on each channel. For some inexplicable reason the taper neglected to tape "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" and "Circus Envy." I was able to cheat somewhat by putting "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" from the 1995-09-09 show in Tampa, but there was no "Circus Envy" listed on the extra tracks from the tape I received. Also-- it's possible the "Departure" and "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" are from the Florida show as well because for some reason on the tape I had "Departure" followed "So. Central Rain" and was subsequently followed by "It's the End of the World." It's possible the taper when dubbing a copy for me turned them around to fit on the tape, but I don't know. So I switched them around to follow the set list as published according to the R.E.M. Timeline website. Excellent show, but the sound of this particular recording is only okay. I was at this show, my first R.E.M. experience. The audience was extremely loud from where we sat-- pretty high up on the right side. I was very impressed with the band and the show. Great rock concert.