Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
February 11, 1980
01. Blitzkrieg Bop (2:10)
02. Teenage Lobotomy (2:00)
03. Rockaway Beach (2:01)
04. I Don't Want You (2:21)
05. Go Mental (1:59)
06. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment (1:28)
07. Rock 'n' Roll High School (2:26)
08. I Wanna Be Sedated (2:17)
09. Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio (3:14)
10. Judy Is A Punk (1:15)
11. California Sun (1:42)
12. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You (1:21)
13. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World (1:46)
14. Pinhead (2:22)
Total running time: 28 minutes and 22 seconds.
Combination of two different Dutch KRO FM radio broadcasts: "Rocktempel" in 1980, and "Op Slag Van Maandag" on March 13, 1988. The 1980 broadcast included tracks 5-14, while the 1988 one included tracks 1-9.
Part 1 (tracks 1-5) of this combined recording is taken from the 1988 broadcast.
Part 2 (tracks 6-14) of this combined recording is taken from the 1980 broadcast.
On the original 1980 broadcast track 5 is the first track and it cuts/fades in, because of the DJ still talking at the start of the song. That's why the two sources have been glued together after that track.
If someone wants the two original broadcasts as separate sets, just send me a PM, and I'm sure we can work something out.
Source and lineage (taped and transferred by Magnix; 1980 broadcast taped by JK): FM > Tape > WAV > CD-R > WAV > FLAC level 8.
Used software: Cool Edit Pro > Adaptec Easy CD Creator and/or Nero Burning ROM > EAC v0.95b4 > Cool Edit Pro v2.00 > CDWave v1.94.5 > FLAC v1.1.2 as build in Traders Little Helper v1.1.1 (build 90).
Another tape from the Magnix Live Archive.
The original transfer of these tapes was done (more than) 7 years ago (part 1 in December 1999 and part 2 in September 2000) when I had just started transferring (mostly older) tapes to CD-R. At this point I was not yet familiar with sector boundary errors and such. I used to record, edit, and split WAV-files with Cool Edit Pro before burning to CD-R. Later on I learned that Cool Edit Pro does not split exactly on sectory boundaries, which results in those annoying 0.2 seconds gaps (heard as pops when listening back). So, the CD-R'S of these tape-to-WAV transfers had these little gaps.
Also, FLAC, SHN, and the likes didn't exist yet (I think), and storage was not as easy as nowadays (with affordable external harddrives, recordable DVD's, etc.), so this was only burned as audio, and not as a lossless data backup file as well.
Now time has moved on, I'm going back to these older transfers to rip them for back up. When the rip is OK, EAC-wise and soundwise, it will be transferred to FLAC for backup purposes right away. If there's a problem, the old tape will be dug out again, and a fresh transfer is made when the tape hasn't gone down any further. And when I haven't come across the same or an upgraded version on a BitTorrent site or elsewhere, it will be shared for others to enjoy.
In this particular case the EAC-rip is error-free (sorry no log saved), and I do not have the original tape of the 1980 broadcast, so I have chosen to load all files in Cool Edit Pro (for editing and such it's an amazing piece of software) to combine the two recordings, and also edit out those mentioned mini-gaps by hand. The result is one large WAV-file, which has then been split to separate tracks again, using CD Wave this time.
Please note that this is a real FM capture, no cable, but straight from the airwaves. Also, this comes from a tape that was probably 21 years old at the time of transferring. This means that some FM and/or tape anomalies or degeneration may be present. Most has been fixed to the best of my abilities and most of this stuff is of very good quality. Actually this recording is really great! MP3 samples will be provided upon request.
Uploaded to DIME on September 28, 2007 by Magnix.