All shows are soundboards unless otherwise noted. All files are .zips containing mp3s converted @ 160kbps. Once you've downloaded a file, it's yours to keep. Burn it, redistribute it, pass out copies on the street, I don't care.

Note: Well, they kicked my ass off YouTube, so no more samples.

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Motörhead-Newcastle, England 1982

1. Iron Fist
2. Heart Of Stone
3. Shoot You In The Back
4. The Hammer
5. Loser
6. Jailbait
7. White Line Fever
8. America
9. (Don't Need) Religion
10. Go To Hell
11. Capricorn
12. (Don't Let 'Em) Grind Ya Down
13. (We Are) The Road Crew
14. Ace Of Spades
15. Bite The Bullet
16. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
17. Overkill
18. Bomber
19. Motörhead


Devo-San Francisco 1978 (Old Waldorf)

1. Wiggly World
2. Pink Pussycat
3. Satisfaction
4. Too Much Paranoias
5. Praying Hands
6. Uncontrollable Urge
7. Mongoloid
8. Jocko Homo
9. Smart Patrol/Mr. DNA
10. Sloppy (I Saw My Baby Gettin')
11. Come Back Jonee
12. Gut Feeling (Slap Your Mammy)
13. Devo Corporate Anthem
14. Red Eye
15. The Words Get Stuck in My Throat


Saturday, December 30, 2006

The Beatles-The Peter Sellers Tape

This is from a tape that Ringo Starr gave to his friend, actor Peter Sellers. They are basically rough mix versions of some songs that ended up on the White Album, and one that didn't make it (Not Guilty).

1. Back In The USSR
2. Rocky Raccoon
3. Wild Honey Pie
4. Mother Nature's Son
5. Sexy Sadie
6. Don't Pass Me By
7. Yer Blues
8. Good Night
9. Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
10. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
11. Blackbird
12. Not Guilty


KISS-Tokyo 1977: The Lost Alive II

This was recorded and mixed as an official release, but it was shelved. Then it leaked out, so here ya go. The sound is almost identical to the actual Alive II that was recorded later. Tracks 12-16 are rough-mix demos of the five studio tracks on side 4.

1. Detroit Rock City
2. Take Me
3. Ladies Room
4. Do You Love Me?
5. Makin' Love
6. I Want You
7. God Of Thunder
8. Cold Gin
9. Beth
10. Shout It Out Loud
11. Rock And Roll All Nite
12. All American Man
13. Rockin' In The USA
14. Larger Than Life
15. Rocket Ride
16. Any Way You Want It


Cheap Trick-Rockford, Illinois 1977

1. Hello There
2. Come On, Come On
3. 'Ello Kiddies
4. Taxman, Mr. Thief
5. Oh Candy *
6. You're All Talk
7. Southern Girls
8. Downed
9. Loser
10. Ain't That A Shame
11. Please Mrs. Henry
12. I Want You To Want Me
13. He's A Whore *
14. Down On The Bay
15. Goodnight Now

*These two songs are from a vinyl rip I did a few years ago, so the quality might not be quite the same as the rest of the tracks, but I think I got it pretty close.


Def Leppard-Los Angeles 1983

Here's Def Leppard at the L.A. Forum on the Pyromania tour.
Sounds like a radio broadcast.

Disc 1
1. Rock, Rock (Till You Drop)
2. Rock Brigade
3. High 'n Dry (Saturday Night)
4. Another Hit And Run
5. Billy's Got A Gun
6. Mirror, Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)
7. Foolin'
8. Photograph
9. Rock Of Ages

Disc 2
1. Bringin' On The Heartbreak
2. Switch 625
3. Steve Clark solo
4. Let It Go
5. Wasted
6. Stagefright
7. Traveling Band (with Brian May)


Van Halen-Ipswich, England 1978

Here's Van Halen on their first British tour opening for Black Sabbath. This is one of three excellent recordings from this tour that just surfaced in May 2006.

1. On Fire
2. I'm The One
3. Bass Solo
4. Runnin' With The Devil
5. Atomic Punk/Drum solo
6. Little Dreamer
7. Feel Your Love Tonight
8. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
9. Eruption
10. You Really Got Me
11. D.O.A.


Thursday, December 28, 2006

ZZ Top-Donington Festival, UK 1985

This is an incredibly good audience tape, especially for 1985. It's the best recording of the Eliminator tour I've heard.

1. Got Me Under Pressure
2. I Got The Six
3. Gimme All Your Lovin'
4. Waitin' For The Bus
5. Jesus Just Left Chicago
6. Sharp Dressed Man
7. Ten Foot Pole
8. TV Dinners
9. Manic Mechanic
10. Heard It On The X
11. I Need You Tonight
12. Pearl Necklace
13. Cheap Sunglasses
14. Arrested For Driving While Blind
15. Party On The Patio
16. Legs
17. Tube Snake Boogie
18. Can't Stop Rockin'
19. Jailhouse Rock
20. La Grange
21. Tush


Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Dead Kennedys-A Skateboard Party-Munich, Germany 1982

1. The Man With The Dogs
2. Forward To Death
3. Kepone Factory
4. Life Sentance
5. Trust Your Mechanic
6. Moral Majority
7. Forest Fire
8. Winnebago Warrior
9. Police Truck
10. Bleed For Me
11. Holiday In Cambodia
12. Let's Lynch The Landlord
13. Chemical Warfare
14. Nazi Punks Fuck Off
15. We've Got A Bigger Problem Now
16. Too Drunk To Fuck
17. Kill The Poor


Judas Priest-Denver 1980

Here's a nice clean soundboard from the British Steel tour.

1. Hell Bent For Leather
2. The Ripper
3. Running Wild
4. Living After Midnight
5. Sinner
6. Beyond The Realms Of Death
7. You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise
8. Grinder
9. Victim Of Changes
10. Steeler
11. Genocide
12. Tyrant
13. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)


AC/DC-Melbourne 1981

Here's one from AC/DC's first tour of Australia after the death of Bon Scott.

1. Hells Bells
2. Shot Down In Flames
3. Sin City
4. Back In Black
5. Bad Boy Boogie
6. The Jack
7. What Do You Do For Money Honey
8. Highway To Hell
9. High Voltage
10. Whole Lotta Rosie
11. Rocker
12. You Shook Me All Night Long
13. Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution
14. T.N.T.
15. Let There Be Rock


Deep Purple-BBC Radio 1972

This was done right about when Machine Head was released.

1. Highway Star
2. Strange Kind Of Woman
3. Maybe I'm A Leo
4. Never Before
5. Lazy
6. Space Truckin'
7. Jam
8. Smoke On The Water
9. Lucille


Tuesday, December 26, 2006

KISS-Auckland, New Zealand 1980

This was Ace Frehley's last show with KISS until the reunion in 1996.

1. Detroit Rock City
2. Cold Gin
3. Strutter
4. Shandi
5. Calling Dr. Love
6. Firehouse
7. Talk To Me
8. Is That You?
9. 2000 Man (Guitar Solo-Ace Frehley)
10. I Was Made For Lovin' You
11. New York Groove
12. Love Gun
13. God Of Thunder (Drum Solo-Eric Carr)
14. Rock And Roll All Nite
15. Shout It Out Loud
16. King Of The Nighttime World
17. Black Diamond


Iron Maiden-Tokyo 1981

Here's one of the shows recorded for the Maiden Japan EP, although I think the EP ended up using mostly tracks from Nagoya.

1. Wrathchild
2. Purgatory
3. Sanctuary
4. Remember Tomorrow
5. Another Life
6. Gengis Khan
7. Killers
8. Innocent Exile
9. Twilight Zone
10. Strange World
11. Murders In The Rue Morgue
12. Phantom Of The Opera
13. Iron Maiden
14. Running Free
15. Transylvania
16. Drifter


The White Stripes-Boston 2003

1. Black Math
2. Dead Leaves On The Dirty Ground
3. Let's Shake Hands
4. Jolene
5. Hardest Button To Button
6. Look Me Over Closely
7. Apple Blossom
8. You're Pretty Good Looking
9. In The Cold, Cold Night
10. Death Letter
11. Red Bird
12. Fell In Love With A Girl
13. Don't Blame Me
14. Hotel Yorba
15. Lord Send Me An Angel
16. Ball & Biscuit
17. Astro
18. Seven Nation Army
19. Bowl Weevil


Sex Pistols-San Francisco 1978

Here's the Sex Pistols' last show before the reunion in 1996, and the last one ever with Sid Vicious.

1. God Save The Queen
2. I Wanna Be Me
3. Seventeen
4. New York
5. E.M.I.
6. Belsen Was A Gas
7. Bodies
8. Holidays In The Sun
9. Liar
10. No Feelings
11. Problems
12. Pretty Vacant
13. Anarchy In The U.K.
14. No Fun


Sunday, December 24, 2006

Black Sabbath-Worcester, Mass. 1983

Here's an excellent radio broadcast with Ian Gillan on vocals.

1. Children Of The Grave
2. Hot Line
3. War Pigs
4. Stonehenge/Iron Man
5. The Dark/Zero The Hero
6. Heaven And Hell
7. Guitar Solo-Tony Iommi
8. Digital Bitch
9. Black Sabbath
10. Smoke On The Water
11. Paranoid


Pantera-Final Concert

Recorded in Yokohama, Japan on August 26th, 2001. They had planned a tour of Europe afterwards, but then 9/11 happened so it was cancelled, and this ended up being the last show they ever did. It's an audience tape, but an unbelievably good one.

1. Intro
2. Hellbound
3. Five Minutes Alone
4. Goddamn Electric
5. War Nerve
6. Mouth For War
7. Becoming
8. Revolution Is My Name
9. Fucking Hostile (with Kerry King)
10. This Love
11. Cowboys From Hell
12. Walk (with Evan Seinfeld)


Johnny Cash-Radio Broadcast 1958

This is from a radio show called "Country Style USA". It's only about 24 minutes, but a must-have.

1. Country Style USA intro
2. Hey Porter
3. I Walk The Line
4. Rock Island Line
5. So Doggone Lonesome
6. Folsom Prison Blues
7. Cry Cry Cry
8. Youth Training Program commercial
9. I Was There When It Happened
10. Get Rhythm


AC/DC-Towson, Maryland 1979

1. Live Wire
2. Shot Down In Flames
3. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
4. Sin City
5. Problem Child
6. Bad Boy Boogie
7. The Jack
8. Highway To Hell
9. High Voltage
10. Whole Lotta Rosie
11. Rocker
12. If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
13. Let There Be Rock


Saturday, December 23, 2006

Van Halen Zero: The Gene Simmons Demo

Here is Van Halen's first professional demo tape, produced by Gene Simmons of KISS in 1976. A little more production and this could have passed as a debut album.

1. On Fire
2. Woman In Love
3. House Of Pain
4. Runnin' With The Devil
5. She's The Woman
6. Let's Get Rockin'
7. Big Trouble
8. Somebody Get Me A Doctor
9. Babe, Don't Leave Me Alone
10. Put Out The Lights


The Ramones-Evanston, Illinois 1979

1. Blitzkreig Bop
2. Teenage Lobotomy
3. Rockaway Beach
4. I Don't Want You
5. Go Mental
6. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
7. Rock 'N Roll High School
8. I Wanna Be Sedated
9. I Just Wanna Have Something To Do
10. She's The One
11. I'm Against It
12. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
13. Havana Affair
14. Commando
15. Needles And Pins
16. I'm Affected
17. I Want You Around
18. Surfin' Bird
19. Cretin Hop
20. California Sun
21. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
22. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
23. Pinhead
24. Do You Wanna Dance
25. Suzy Is A Headbanger
26. Let's Dance
27. Chinese Rock
28. Judy Is A Punk
29. We're A Happy Family


Friday, December 22, 2006

The Beatles-Budokan Hall Tokyo 1966

This is the evening show on July 2nd, 1966. The crowd is relatively docile, making it one of their more listenable live recordings.

1. Rock And Roll Music
2. She's A Woman
3. If I Needed Someone
4. Day Tripper
5. Baby's In Black
6. I Feel Fine
7. Yesterday
8. I Wanna Be Your Man
9. Nowhere Man
10. Paperback Writer
11. I'm Down


Black Sabbath-French and German TV

Here's audio from two television appearances by Black Sabbath, both from 1970. The first one was broadcast on French TV and is usually thought to have been recorded in Paris, although some people think it may have been done in Belgium.

1. Paranoid
2. Hand Of Doom
3. Iron Man
4. Black Sabbath
5. N.I.B.
6. Behind The Wall Of Sleep
7. War Pigs
8. Fairies Wear Boots

The second part is from the German show "Beat Club". These can be seen on VH-1 Classic every now and then.

9. Paranoid
10. Black Sabbath
11. Iron Man
12. Blue Suede Shoes


Here's video of Behind The Wall Of Sleep from Paris:

And here's Paranoid from the Beat Club:

Thursday, December 21, 2006

KISS-New Jersey Meadowlands 1992

Here's one from the Revenge Tour, recorded at the Meadowlands Arena in East Rutherford NJ on Oct. 9, 1992, from a boot titled "Unchained & Unmasked". It's an audience tape, but even if you're a "soundboard snob" like me, you'll hardly be able to tell the difference.

Disc 1
1. Creatures Of The Night
2. Deuce
3. I Just Wanna
4. Unholy
5. Parasite
6. Heaven's On Fire
7. Christine Sixteen
8. Domino
9. Watchin' You
10. Hotter Than Hell
11. Firehouse
12. I Want You (w/Eric Singer Solo)
13. Forever

Disc 2
1. War Machine
2. Rock And Roll All Nite
3. Lick It Up
4. Take It Off
5. Cold Gin
6. Tears Are Falling
7. I Love It Loud
8. Detroit Rock City
9. Shout It Out Loud
10. God Gave Rock 'N Roll To You
11. Love Gun/Star Spangled Banner

Download Disc 1
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ZZ Top-Rockpalast, Essen Germany 1980

Disc 1
1. I Thank You
2. Waiting For The Bus
3. Jesus Just Left Chicago
4. Precious And Grace
5. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
6. Manic Mechanic
7. Lowdown In The Street
8. Heard It On the X
9. Fool For Your Stockings
10. Nasty Dogs And Funky Kings
11. El Diabolo
12. Cheap Sunglasses

Disc 2
1. Arrested For Driving While Blind
2. Beer Drinkers And Hell Raisers
3. La Grange
4. She Loves My Automobile
5. Hifi Mama
6. Dust My Broom
7. Jailhouse Rock
8. Tush
9. Tube Snake Boogie
10. Just Got Paid


Here's video of Heard It On The X from this show. The CD sounds much better than the audio in this clip.

Monday, December 18, 2006

My first blog post

Look at me! I have a blog!