Anyone else collect the live bootlegs on the store page? I have a sad number of them:
I know it's out of control, but they're great performances. I've got a bit of everything-- an opener, a headlining full setlist, both Memories albums in one, and two individual night Memories sets too.
The saddest part is that I'm planning on getting the Live at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois (Memories Tour version) and the Live at the Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida for the collabs (Jermaine Dupri, Hayley Williams), etc. and the cool interlude and Pink Floyd cover.
I have all of them in physical format, except the first one, and I have to say they look nice together, even if the packaging is nothing fancy. It's nice to have hard copy formats, the photographs are really cool. Basically the art is a nice glossy front cover, spine and back cover with tracklisting and venue info wrapped and glued nicely around a cardboard slipcase. But again, they look great with multiple sets.
So what do you think? Are you a fan of the bootlegs?
I understand the logic behind it but meh. Can't Stop Partying was actually good live but the other songs choked imo.
Trippin' Down the Freeway was awesome when I saw it live. 8-)
If they had some Red soundboards, I'd love to hear official boots of those.