SMITHS 1986-10-13 Sands Centre, Carlisle

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robbo123 ®

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Post 03-Sep-2006 23:27

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THE SMITHS
1986-10-13
Sands Centre
Carlisle, England
Source: Analog Master Cassette > Clone > Clone > EAC (Secure Mode) > FLAC (Level 6)
The Queen Is Dead
Panic
I Want The One I Can't Have
Vicar In A Tutu
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame/Rusholme Ruffians
Frankly, Mr. Shankly
The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
What She Said (with Rubber Ring intro and outro)
Ask
Is It Really So Strange?
That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
Never Had No One Ever
Cemetry Gates
London
Meat Is Murder
I Know It's Over
/The Draize Train
/How Soon Is Now?
//Still Ill
//Bigmouth Strikes Again
Torrent created 03 Sep 06 by RTR
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From Passionsjustlikemine.com
The Smiths returned to the UK to resume the tour promoting their "The Queen Is Dead" album. Setlist-wise, the highlight was the live introduction of the yet-to-be-released "London" and the instrumental b-side "The Draize Train". The latter replaced other instrumental "Money Changes Everything" as first encore song. "Ask", which had been played a few times in July then dropped, returned to the set now that it was about to be released as a single. Live staple "Hand In Glove" was not played, it would actually be played only once again, on the Smiths last ever show in December.
The concert ended in a massive stage invasion during the final song "Bigmouth Strikes Again". There was a constant flow of fans climbing on stage and dancing with Morrissey and Marr before being taken off stage by security. The situation never degenerated, and Morrissey and Marr even danced with some of the fans at times.
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Post 04-Sep-2006 04:59 (after 5 hours)

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Great share again, robbo123!
Much appreciated.
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Post 04-Sep-2006 10:25 (after 5 hours)

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Thank you :-)
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Post 04-Sep-2006 12:46 (after 2 hours 21 minute)

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many thanks!
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Post 04-Sep-2006 16:27 (after 3 hours)

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how's the sound ?
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Post 04-Sep-2006 17:20 (after 53 minutes)

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Thanks for another fine seed, robbo123!
About the source info... are the two 'clone' generations DAT or CDR?
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robbo123 ®

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Post 04-Sep-2006 18:25 (after 1 hour 4 minutes)

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Not sure exactly about the clone generations, but I would guess DAT then CD-R, since this is how most of my Smiths boots originated. Point is, the lineage after the analog master is all digital.
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Post 04-Sep-2006 18:55 (after 30 minutes)

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Thank U very Much
Chris
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Post 04-Sep-2006 23:42 (after 4 hours)

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Thanks for sharing!
Cheers,
Clark
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Post 05-Sep-2006 00:07 (after 24 minutes)

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how's the sound ?
Not great, to be honest.
Sorry Robbo, not trying to appear ungrateful! You're 'Rare Troy Tate' seed will take some beating.
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robbo123 ®

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Post 05-Sep-2006 01:41 (after 1 hour 34 minutes)

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how's the sound ?
Not great, to be honest.
Sorry Robbo, not trying to appear ungrateful! You're 'Rare Troy Tate' seed will take some beating.
LOL. I agree with you there. I had it listed as B+ on my list (which is my below average mark), and I rank it as one of the weaker '86 shows.
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traveller03

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Post 05-Sep-2006 06:27 (after 4 hours)

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Not sure exactly about the clone generations, but I would guess DAT then CD-R, since this is how most of my Smiths boots originated. Point is, the lineage after the analog master is all digital.
Cool. I was just making sure it was from the analog master and not a 3rd gen tape.
Thanks again for sharing this!
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Post 05-Sep-2006 10:32 (after 4 hours)

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Thanks very much for sharing this one!
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Post 27-Jun-2010 18:06 (after 3 years 9 months)

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:b Thank you and to the seeders left for this one! Nice to get the october '86 tour more and more complete!
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Post 29-Jun-2010 05:00 (after 1 day 10 hours)

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many thanks for this!
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