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not be familiar with it (10 is the best). To view all of the albums in order of
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This was (presumably) the full broadcasted concert from the
Glastonbury Festival Tracks 4-11 on disc 2 were recorded in Austin, TX
on June 11, 1992. The Glastonbury Festival recording is much better.
I guess it was from the mixing board, but could have been off of the radio.
There is some distortion during Trust. The audience noise
is there, but the quality is still very good. Tracks 4-11 on disc 2
are not nearly as good. This was an obvious audience recording.
Not a horrible one, but bad enough to make you want to tell the audience
to stop talking and enjoy the show. I swear some girl screams "No Smoking"
during Apart. Another bummber is the duplicate of
Friday I'm in Love,.. not a bad song,.. but not required
twice. And for the record, A forest is 14+ minutes
A really nice picture of Bob for the cover art. One of the first concert
since Porl exited the band . The sound is quite correct and there is
a stratospheric version of Shiver and Shake. They have found again their "CURE" sound.
Tracks 4-11 on second disc are from the concert at the Frank T.
Erwin Center, Austin TX June 11, 1992. That show's quality isn't the
best, but it's pretty good. The stuff from Glastonbury sounds so
clear... I can't believe it.
Definitely pick it up if you have the chance, you won't be disappointed.
This gets an 8 because of Glastonbury's strength. Trust
is a must...simply amazing. I also find Mint Car quite
interesting. It seems as if Robert hasn't learned the song yet...
pretty cool! Well, worth the money even though the quality of the
Austin show could be better.
I thought the first disc was amazing! The live versions of
Strange Day and Push were outstanding.
Even though the second disc was not as great (yet still worth buying),
this collection is worth every penny put toward it!!
This cd is really good until disc 2 when the texas show starts.
The sound quality goes from 9-10 to an 6-7 theres to much crowd noise
but robert does tell a joke about an orange and a doctor.
The festival part has came out on 3 different cds already! Maybe
I got ripped, I dont know, oh well
This is almost the best bootleg I have ever bought of the Cure's.
If the sound quality was better on the second cd, it would be totally
worth the money. The first cd is great. I love the version of mint car
and high sounds excellent. The second cd could have
been edited better. Overall, it's worth the money. Even though I spent
$45 on it, I'm glad I bought it.
Submitted by:(Jeff Tomczak)
First off, I share the same view as the others here
pertaining to the second disc, tracks 4-11. The
Glastonbury portion is extraordinary! This is
where I learned Lullaby and have fun playing
along with it. I particularly enjoyed
Jupiter Crash (beautiful!),
The Walk (powerful!), and
Shiver and Shake (always rocks!).
I payed $60 and I feel that was a
little too much, but I am thrilled
to own this.
As stated before, the Glastobury portions
are excellent. Pure bootleg ear pleasure.
However, I really like the Austin portion
as well. Despite the occasional noisy audience
member, the drums are very prevailant and
take on an interesting tonal quality that
gives those songs a different sound.
Pictures of You, especially, is to die for.
Submitted by:Brian Conahan
As stated previously, the first CD and part of the second CD sound better than the second portion of the second CD. If you
are looking for just the Glastonbury show, you'd do better to get 'Dressing Up For A Day Out'. I personally like the Texas
portion of this CD because of the setlist. You don't see 'Apart' on too many disks and it's one of my favorite songs from
'Wish'. Besides, it sounds beter than the version on 'Paris'!