Rage Against the Machine

Show Information:

Electric Factory
Philadelphia, PA USA


Type: FLAC - Audience
Length: 82 minutes
Complete: Yes
Taper: Unknown
Lineage: CSB > Sony D7 > DAT master > DAT Clone > Maxell 100m XL-IIS cassette -> Denon 790R > Kenwood A-522 amplifier > Kenwood GE-622 Equalizer > .WAV @ 16 bit/44.1 kHz > Audacity 2.1.1 (tracking) > xAct 2.37 (encode to flac level 8, align sectors, ffp, md5)
Notes: Transferred by Steve Hagar and tracked by Dandrew.
Type: DVD - Audience
Length: 72 minutes
Complete: Yes
Taper: Mark Aneight?
Lineage: ?? -> VHS (Lower Gen) -> DVD
Notes: Shot from the right of the stage where the bar is. Amazing recording... one of my all time favorites! Has some great shots of the crowd going crazy
Type: DVD - Audience
Length: 84 minutes
Complete: Yes
Taper: Joe Burns
Lineage: Master Tape > DVD
Notes: A huge thanks to Joe and Ryan for providing me with a copy of the Master tape! Joe shot this with permission from the band both nights at the Electric Factory. The quality on this is incredible. This is easily one of Rage's finest performances and one of the best recordings out there. I cannot thank Joe enough for taping and sharing! Shot up from the upper balcony and this has the best footage from a Rage pit and also includes a bit of after the show.
Type: FLAC - Audience
Length: 82 minutes
Complete: Yes
Taper: JLizard
Lineage: Sonic Studios (DSM6S) > PA-6LC3 > Sony TCD-D8
Notes: A huge thanks to Jlizard and Carl for providing me with a copy of the Master tape! This was transfered from the Master DAT and has circulated over the years but I think incorrectly attributed to CSBs (see the other source on the archive). Jlizard told Carl: "Recorded left side stack and next to a large cement pole. Same place both nights. Here is a tidbit I remembered... 8/12 mic in low sensitivity, 8/13 line in. Testing Sonics for high SPL. Sent tape to Sonics to verify distortion on preamp and hence went with line second night. These two shows are what made me get an Oade mod on my D7 and D8. Three months later Jeff (RIP) used the D7 at Tool Electric Factory 11/23/96." That Tool concert was pressed to several different bootleg CDs.

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