Everclear Highly Abrasive

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Everclear Highly Abrasive

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Re: Everclear Highly Abrasive

Post by grantprobst » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:20 pm

Hmm, know if there is anything new on here?
It sounds like the "Strawberry Valentine" recordings to me, but could be wrong?

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Re: Everclear Highly Abrasive

Post by grantprobst » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:31 pm

I am sure I have seen this bootleg pop up in the past before, too.

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Re: Everclear Highly Abrasive

Post by Chris B » Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:07 am

Off the top of my head, I believe Highly Abrasive is from a 1996 show at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, and Strawberry Valentine is from a show in Toronto on February 14, 1996 (hence the title). They were probably the two best-known CD bootlegs of that era. (Both FM sourced, though I believe Strawberry Valentine was from an FM cable station - back when there was such a thing.)

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Re: Everclear Highly Abrasive

Post by yourstupidgame » Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:42 am

Actually the Highly Abrasive boot contains the entire 2/14/96 Toronto show with some of the Amsterdam songs tacked on. (The entire Amsterdam set can be found on the Confusion bootleg). I don't have this original CD, but I think that Highly Abrasive is a clean mono recording and Strawberry Valentine is a stereo recording with occasional static.

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Re: Everclear Highly Abrasive

Post by Chris B » Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:34 am

Ahh, that's right. I knew one of them was a KTS bootleg (then known as the only reliable bootleg manufacturer, save for one horrible Pearl Jam bootleg that was so bad they actually recalled it) - and it was Confusion. (Oddly enough, I owned exactly none of those Everclear bootleg CDs, despite being a semi-regular bootleg CD purchaser.)

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