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Reply #30 posted 06/17/19 7:08am

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Reply #31 posted 06/17/19 12:13pm

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Reply #32 posted 06/17/19 2:15pm

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This is actually the second Madhouse show in soundboard to surface, the first one is the set during the Munich show of 21/5/87, right? Only the Madhouse part, altough just 4 songs, makes this new PU set a great release.
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Reply #33 posted 06/17/19 4:11pm

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Reply #34 posted 06/17/19 5:16pm

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SuperHero said:

This is actually the second Madhouse show in soundboard to surface, the first one is the set during the Munich show of 21/5/87, right? Only the Madhouse part, altough just 4 songs, makes this new PU set a great release.

Yeah, technically the Munich show is the first one. But it was incomplete unlike this one. It may only have 4 songs but at least it’s the full performance.

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Reply #35 posted 06/17/19 5:53pm

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I havent listent yet. but the flyer says

3 unrelleased sounboards

1 remasterd soundboard (Paris being the remasterd show)

mrdlf said:

Has anyone listened to disc 3 yet ?

The info files says it is a rehearsal from December 87 - a rehearsal for the New Years Eve show.

Has this been confirmed as I am not so sure.

The set list is identical to the February 87 rehearsal, apart from IGBABN #1

But this song is cut into the set very abruptly. If it it removed, then listening to the rehearsal the sound flows more.

IGBABN #2 also sounds more like it did at the beggining of the tour. Fairly short - and by the time you get to November and especially the New Years Eve Version it has evolved into a long jam with lots of different elements.

The set has Starfish & Coffee in it too, which was there at the beginning but dropped for the tour.

Plus, the only oldie played is Kiss.

My hunch is that this is actually from February or March 87.

I am no expert, just a hunch.

Loving disc 2 with the Hot Thing rehearsal and Shockadelica.

Not listened to disc 1 yet - how does it compare to the 4DF release ??

Overall loving this release (and also loving Originals).

Glad Eye is still around as the drip feeding from the estate is way too slow.

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Reply #36 posted 06/19/19 2:48am

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The quality of this new Paris soundboard re-master makes me want to know more... Is this the same tape source as spawned "wonderboy " etc or is this a different tape of the same event like the first ave parade show? I can certainly hear things I could not hear before in the mix even stuff that is not in 4dafunks steller remaster of a few years ago.

Can somebody who knows something add any information?

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Reply #37 posted 06/19/19 9:19pm

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this ia a bootleg? thumbsup for the pormotion!

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Reply #38 posted 06/22/19 11:49am

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does the rehearsal dec 87 sound speeded up a bit?

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Reply #39 posted 06/26/19 4:30am

andrewm7

That hot thing rehearsal is amazing! I just wonder how many performances there are like this sitting on a c90 cassette somewhere undiscovered

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Reply #40 posted 06/26/19 6:40am

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andrewm7 said:

That hot thing rehearsal is amazing! I just wonder how many performances there are like this sitting on a c90 cassette somewhere undiscovered

[Edited 6/26/19 4:44am]

Indeed.

Great to get more of it after Shockadelica leaked last year.

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Reply #41 posted 06/27/19 3:49pm

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mrdlf said:

Has anyone listened to disc 3 yet ?

The info files says it is a rehearsal from December 87 - a rehearsal for the New Years Eve show.

Has this been confirmed as I am not so sure.

The set list is identical to the February 87 rehearsal, apart from IGBABN #1

But this song is cut into the set very abruptly. If it it removed, then listening to the rehearsal the sound flows more.

IGBABN #2 also sounds more like it did at the beggining of the tour. Fairly short - and by the time you get to November and especially the New Years Eve Version it has evolved into a long jam with lots of different elements.

The set has Starfish & Coffee in it too, which was there at the beginning but dropped for the tour.

Plus, the only oldie played is Kiss.

My hunch is that this is actually from February or March 87.

I am no expert, just a hunch.

Loving disc 2 with the Hot Thing rehearsal and Shockadelica.

Not listened to disc 1 yet - how does it compare to the 4DF release ??

Overall loving this release (and also loving Originals).

Glad Eye is still around as the drip feeding from the estate is way too slow.

I agree that listening to the rehearsal in its entirety, it sounds like it is from earlier in the year vs. later. Funny though, listen to the beginning of Strange Relationship, he jokes about it being the "fifth single off the Sign O' The Times album". That joke wouldn't make as much sense in February of that year, but.... oh well.

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[Edited 6/27/19 15:51pm]

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Reply #42 posted 06/28/19 12:49am

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and the 90 minutes that we got here is not even the full rehearsal. obviously the beginning is missing...

andrewm7 said:

That hot thing rehearsal is amazing! I just wonder how many performances there are like this sitting on a c90 cassette somewhere undiscovered

[Edited 6/26/19 4:44am]

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Reply #43 posted 07/01/19 12:40pm

jfenster

will they be releasing the perfect quality of the "originals" songs??

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Reply #44 posted 07/20/19 6:37pm

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finally something that's not from the purple rain era. loving the shockadelica and 3 nigs...rehearsal

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