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OH GOD THE 2ND NIGHT EARLS COURT 2003 GIG IS PERFECT

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caps lock is cruise control for cool.

download it. nao.

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you could post the song listing ?

for everyone: here is the setlist


1. There There
2. 2+2=5
3. Sit Down. Stand Up.
4. Where I End and You Begin
5. Lucky
6. Backdrifts
7. I Might Be Wrong
8. Myxomatosis
9. Creep
10. Paranoid Android
11. Go To Sleep
12. Sail To The Moon
13. No Surprises
14. The Gloaming
15. Just
16. Exit Music (for a film)
17. Idioteque
18. Like Spinning Plates
19. National Anthem
20. Punch Up At a Wedding
21. How To Disappear Completely
22. We Suck Young Blood
23. The Bends
24. Follow Me Around
25. Everything In Its Right Place

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is there a better quality mp3 of it? the one at giglinkdump is sort of not that great.

also this bootleg has ruined the studio versions for me, forever.
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the set list sure looks good.
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WE HEARD.



actually what's the exact date of this one? i have a burned copy but i just have it labeled 'earls court' so i dont' know if its the first or second night

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It does, unfortunately, ruin the album versions of most of the songs from HTTT.

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actually what's the exact date of this one? i have a burned copy but i just have it labeled 'earls court' so i dont' know if its the first or second night


the 27th. the 2+2=5 on com lag is from the 26th though

also a good setlist
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thom fucks up PA dude, not cool.

good boot though.
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I WAS THERE.
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all i need, really

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No karma or plastic? Fail, imo.

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thom fucks up PA dude, not cool.

good boot though.


someone said this already, but....he cuts a string on the rain down section i believe...
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well im sure for any setlist some people would pop up and say "oh it doesnt have........or..........in", so thats not a valid criticism.


This gig is amazing and its made every song on the albums unlistenable...which is strangely a good thing.

HTDC is epic

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just listening now, im up to backdrifts, 2+2=5 is ridiculusly good my fav so far

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It's solid (and it has perhaps their best performance of Exit Music), but the April 18, 2004 show in Tokyo completely kicks its ass in every way.

The Tokyo '04 show is by far their greatest live recording. The sound is better than the Live Recordings album they released officially, and it contains at least two of the greatest live tracks they've ever done (Where I End And You Begin and The National Anthem, which are flawless in every way).

I would also rate the 10/02/00 Victoria Park Show ahead of this one, as well as the 07/07/01 South Park, Oxford show.
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It's solid (and it has perhaps their best performance of Exit Music), but the April 18, 2004 show in Tokyo completely kicks its ass in every way.

The Tokyo '04 show is by far their greatest live recording. The sound is better than the Live Recordings album they released officially, and it contains at least two of the greatest live tracks they've ever done (Where I End And You Begin and The National Anthem, which are flawless in every way).

I would also rate the 10/02/00 Victoria Park Show ahead of this one, as well as the 07/07/01 South Park, Oxford show.


yeah i absolutely love that tokyo show.
i think earls court though is more better for a great representation of their music from that era while tokyo is mostly great for the versions of their older songs. if someone were to ask me to recommend one with the best HTTT i'd def say earls court.

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is there a better quality mp3 of it? the one at giglinkdump is sort of not that great.

also this bootleg has ruined the studio versions for me, forever.


here's a lossless version-
disc 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=G0VWWW9T
disc 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=K5FM6XT4

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awesome thankyou!

im not sure what quality mine is in, I just got it off the old ronaldvdberg site, but I'll download this to see!

thanks again.

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It's solid (and it has perhaps their best performance of Exit Music), but the April 18, 2004 show in Tokyo completely kicks its ass in every way.

The Tokyo '04 show is by far their greatest live recording. The sound is better than the Live Recordings album they released officially, and it contains at least two of the greatest live tracks they've ever done (Where I End And You Begin and The National Anthem, which are flawless in every way).

I would also rate the 10/02/00 Victoria Park Show ahead of this one, as well as the 07/07/01 South Park, Oxford show.


i know what your saying about that tokyo show, its simply incredible and the boys were on top of their game that night. their performance of Backdrifts is the best live version of an HTTT song i have ever heard....to date.
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i know what your saying about that tokyo show, its simply incredible and the boys were on top of their game that night. their performance of Backdrifts is the best live version of an HTTT song i have ever heard....to date.


just downloaded it the other day. fucking fantastic it hepls that it was a soundboard too.

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awesome thankyou!

im not sure what quality mine is in, I just got it off the old ronaldvdberg site, but I'll download this to see!

thanks again.


Is the quality from the shn files any better? I love this gig, but the only reason I prefer the 2004 Tokyo show is because that has better sound quality imo.