Porcupine Tree - Paris
 
Album info
 
Length  : 114:29
Format  : FLAC
Rating  : 7
Live  : Yes
Recording Date  : 03-12-2007
Track List
 
01 Fear of a Blank Planet 09:24
02 What Happens Now? 07:47
03 Sound of Muzak 05:19
04 Lazarus 05:24
05 Anesthetize 17:46
06 Open Car 05:11
07 Dark Matter 08:40
08 Blackest Eyes 05:28
09 Nil Recurring 08:26
10 A Smart Kid 05:36
11 Way Ouf of Here 08:34
12 Sleep Together 09:06
13 Waiting (phase 1) 04:59
14 Trains 06:33
15 Halo 06:16

Notes
Recorded at the Olympia, Paris, France. Excellent audience recording.


From the info file:

LDB Master Series #107

Hello, this is a collection of masters I would like to seed here. I've been taping shows for more than 20 years and have an
awful lot of masters. Most of them are in the old cassette format, some others are on MiniDisc and others are on CD. I've
taped many shows of many artists over the years, so don't be surprised if you will find many different artists taped! Some
shows are already circulating, some others have not circulated through collectors yet. But most of all, enjoy!
They all come from my masters!

PORCUPINE TREE
Paris, Olympia
3 December 2007

01 Fear of a Blank Planet
02 What Happens Now?
03 Sound of Muzak
04 Lazarus
05 Anesthetize
06 Open Car
07 Dark Matter
09 Blackest Eyes
10 Nil Recurring
12 A Smart Kid
13 Way Ouf of Here
14 Sleep Together
15 Waiting (phase 1)
16 Trains
17 Halo

Lineage: Aiwa microphone CM-DS6 > Sony Net MD MZ-N910 > Audigy Soundblaster > HD > SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave >
FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Steve Wilson - guitars, vocals, keyboards
Richard Barbieri - keyboards
John Wesley - guitars, vocals
Colin Edwin - bass
Gavin Harrison - drums

Excellent show in a packed venue. SW recognizes that the venue is part of the history of french music. It was strange to park
the car nearby the Opera and Place Vendome (the most exclusive places in Paris) while going to a PT show, where usually it
is nearby the motorway or far away from the town center. The band was nearly excellent. I taped the show from right side, not too distant
from the stage. Some voices from the crowd but not too disturbing. The version of Anesthetize kicks asses! One of the best
PT show I have seen so far.

ldb