I'm really pissed off with all the banter being gone. I'm hoping it's an error and the missing tracks are on the CD.
I've bought probably 10 bootlegs at this point, meaning I'm getting repeats of song after song. Plus, I went to this concert and want to remember it. Without the banter, there's no real reason for the bootleg.
The worst offence is the absense of Mikey's dedication... :(
uh oh, weezer has pissed off their biggest sucker supporter.
So if you listen to the bootleg, I think there's just an error in that they left out some tracks. Hopefully they will be on the CDs. All the other tracks flow seamlessly as a live album should, except for right before "Troublemaker", "Island in the Sun" and "I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams", all of which had some sort of banter. I reckon we're missing "Mikey Welsh Dedication", "The Weezer Cruise Song" and the goofs on "I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams". It's not really Karl's job but I don't know who else to get a hold of. I may or may not email him. Not sure yet.
I think it's intentional. You can hear some definite splicing at the end of If You're Wondering.... The count-in for "I Just Threw..." starts there.
I wouldn't e-mail Karl. Nothing he can do. It was a creative choice either by the show's mixer (Pat Wilson) or someone who got a hold of the mixes after the fact.
There are no dialogue tracks. The transitions between songs are seamless and intentional.
Listen closer. The count-in for "I Just Threw..." is at the end of "If You're Wondering." In the original concert there was lots of banter and mucking about between those two songs.
But I think you're just trolling.
I'm being serious; all my tracks seamlessly flow together except where that banter would be and such. I was at that concert, so I know what's missing. The count-in is gone in my track too...
BUT... There is a bassline covering Rivers saying "Told you you would cry!" at the end of IJTOTLOMD
This is really bizzare...
P.S. Alex says hi
No Brixton, still... :-(