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March 21, 1992
Albany, New York
from the JEMS archive
Master Hi8 >2nd Gen SVHS > PC > Sony Vegas/Architect > DL-DVD
transfer by chrisedge
03.Even Better Than The Real Thing
06.Until The End Of The World
07.Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
08.Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
09.Angel Of Harlem
10.Satellite Of Love
11.Bad / All I Want Is You (snippet)
12.Bullet The Blue Sky
13.Running To Stand Still
14.Where The Streets Have No Name
15.Pride (In The Name Of Love)
16.I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
18.Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
19.With Or Without You
20.Love Is Blindness
JEMS was actively recording and collecting during the Zoo TV tour, and our number one trading partner was based in Atlanta. He too was a taper and trader, and this Albany show came to him soon after it was recorded and he in turn made a quality dub for us as he so often did.
Based on the screen captures on Achtung Bootlegs, this should be a material upgrade to the circulating version, sharper and cleaner all around thanks to a much lower generation source. As Zoo TV audience cams go, it is pretty darn steady and consistent thanks to a tripod and it zooms in closer than most of them. I'd consider it one of the best video documents of the first leg of the tour.
The tape has been sitting in a box for over 20 years and I thought it was worth a look. Huge thanks for Chrisedge, a longtime collaborator, for agreeing to transfer the tape and prep it for release. Screenshots provided.
BK for JEMS
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did you know
In late 2004, "Mercy", an unreleased track taken from the How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb sessions, surfaced on the Internet through a fan who had been given a copy of the album containing the extra track. The track is of less than standard audio quality, but managed to become a favorite on fan websites.