Saturday, April 25, 2009

Murder by Death @ The Triple Rock '09

Here's a link to the torrent.

(This link is current & working. Please see this post regarding broken links)

Murder by Death
The Triple Rock Social Club
Minneapolis, MN
Tuesday April 21st 2009

Taper: empty (emptystapes AT gmail DOT com)
Location: DINish (cm, ยบ), right drink rail, 25' back, ~11' ^
Source: MBHO 603a KA200N > Silver Quad customs > UA-5 (BM2p+) > iRiver h120 (Optical @ 16bit 44.1kHz WAV)
Transfer: h120 > USB 2.0 > PC [WAV > TLH lvl 6 + Tested > FLAC]
Edit: CD Wave (tracking) Sound Forge 9 (fades)
TRT: 73:32

Please Do Not sell this recording. Share & trade it freely.
Please Do Not circulate mp3s or other lossy formats.

01. Ball & Chain
02. '52 Ford
03. A Masters in Reverse Psychology
04. Sometimes The Line Walks You
05. ...The Cook's Revenge
06. Fuego!
07. Steal Away
08. ...banter
09. End of the Road
10.'re letting us out at 9:30
11. Brother
12. The Organ Grinder
13. Three Men Hanging
14. ...sweet DragonForce shirt
15. Comin' Home
16. One More Notch
17. Dead Men and Sinners
18. ...happy birthday
19. Dynamite Mine
20. Until Morale Improves, the Beatings Will Continue
21. ...Spring Break 1899 intro
22. Spring Break 1899
23. ...encore
24. Shiola
25. ...a place that gives you free bacon on Wednesdays cannot be bad
26. Rum Brave

Adam Turla - Vocals, Guitars
Sarah Balliet - Cello, Keys
Dagan Thogerson - Percussion
Matt Armstrong - Bass

Murder by Death support the taping & filming of their shows. Please support them by buying the official releases. Thanks to the band, The Triple Rock and to Dixie. MBD tour constantly so check them out when they roll through town. I ran into Adam at the bar and they are not used to playing early shows at all. He's a glutton when it comes to the Cook's Revenge. I myself prefer the BBQ Chicken Po-Boy. I wish I would have stayed post-show but I had been up since 6AM only to do it again the next day.

Please note that some schmuck spilled a drink about 5 inches to the left of my bag. Therefore, the first song and 1:06 of the second song are patched with the soundboard source. I was very happy with the way this turned out because the sbd mix sounds nice which can be rare. Thus I present you with a complete copy of the show. Enjoy.

Minneapolis band Where Astronauts Go To Hide opened. Look for their set to be posted soon.

1 comment:

d said...

Thanks for posting this. I didn't get to attend.