Green Day - 2000-10-05 - Boston, MA
(FM broadcast FLAC)
WBCN 104.1 FM radio > Yamaha 500 reciever with digital tuner and wire antenna > Nak. BX-100 cassette deck (dolby off) >
Maxell UD 90 min. cassette > played on Nak. 300 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned)
Billy Joe Armstrong: vocals and guitar
Jason White: lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Mike Dirnt: bass and backing vocals
Tré Cool: drums
01: talk 7:32
02: minority 3:01
03: talk 6:51
04: waiting 3:38
05: brat 3:16
06: blood sex and booze 3:11
07: talk 2:56
track 7 was from a 1st gen. copy from another normal bias master tape. it was spliced so nothing is cut or missing. everything before that is from the original master cassette. all 4 of the live songs are from the original master tape.
just another reason this is a this and that production.
this was a live in studio set before some very appreciative fans which ends with an announcement that Tre cut himself during the last song they played and had to go to the hospital to get medical attention. Nik mentions it near the end of the last track. They weren't planning for this to be a full length set anyway, although it must have had some effect on the concert the night after at Axis. everyone else's Green Day concerts this late were in pretty large places. not sure why Boston's would be in a little closet of a club for a band as big as this. Boston likes things green, like Christmas, and the Celtics. and they like Green Day. even had a friggin' riot at a free concert from them a few years earlier before a MUCH bigger crowd than this that lasted about as long as this before the police had to stop the concert from continuing.
No riot here, just a nice short set. Playing drums can be hazardous to various body parts, especially if you're the drummer in Green Day. apparently they played that next day's show as scheduled and it was a full length Green Day show. although this is a short set this appears to have all from the introduction to the parting words.