Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Zebulon Pike (LP Release Show) @ The Triple Rock

Zebulon Pike
The Triple Rock Social Club
Minneapolis, MN
Saturday June 25th 2011

Recorded by: empty (emptystapes AT gmail DOT com)
Location: DINish, Right drink rail, 30' back, ~7.5' ^
Source: AKG 414B-xls (Cards) > Silver Quad customs > UA-5 (BM2p+) > iRiver h120 (Optical @ 16bit 44.1kHz WAV)
Transfer: h120 > USB 2.0 > PC [WAV > RazorLame> 320kbps mp3]
Edit: Compression (Sound Forge 10) Track indexing (CD Wave)

These Tracks Are For Promotional & Archival Purposes Only.

"Spectrum Threshold" (Live)
"And Blood Was Passion" (Live)

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This was the release show for Zebulon Pike's new LP Space Is the Corpse of Time. The Book of Right On and Battlefields supported. How can you complain about that bill? The Book of Right On? Seen them 8-9 times and they can do no wrong in my eyes. Everyone was glad to see Battlefields back on point and Zebulon Pike of course stole the show. That comes fairly easy for them. Welcome back from another European tour Fellas. Thanks to the bands and to The Triple Rock for allowing the 1s & 0s to be documented. Heard the new Zebulon Pike yet?

ps - Where's the rest of the set you ******* ****?! They played the album from start to finish with the addition of "And Blood Was Passion." The idea of people hearing a live recording before the real thing seemed silly to both Fancy Ray and I. Lo Siento.


eb said...

What live album are you talking about? Pike has no live album. I should know, I'm the drummer.

Adflictatio said...

Where is the rest of this show!?

eb said...

Oh, wait... i read your post wrong. You think it's weird to play the new music for the release show? That's how it's done. It would be weird NOT to. Besides, we're sick of playing all our old stuff and when it's 2+ years between albums, the fans are too.

empty said...

eb, I don't think you get it. I was trying to be respectful by not posting the full set due to the fact that I wanted people to hear the studio album before a full live set as I'm sure we can both agree that the studio recording is better.

I talked to Tom and we both agreed that it would be "weird" for people hearing this full recording before buying the official release.