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By: kyle wallace - about 1 month ago - permalink - flag

I did not attend this show, but I can attest that this is a very entertaining show to download. The Shoe stuff starts right off the bat and sets the tone for the rest of the set. Worth the $5! Don't throw shoes at people folks.


By: Matt Walker - over 1 year ago - permalink - flag

I remember this show too! Blue 5 dollar tickets, hot as hell, shoe-dude. They played 'Kill taker' songs before the album had come out, so they were pushing a little newer and weirder sound without the benefit of a primed audience. This was also before Bedhead became a national act, and it was one of their first big shows. I remember thinking 'WTF?? These guys aren't hard!" , only to be taken in by their wall of sound. Looking back I appreciate how much Fugazi and co supported and pushed new acts like this. They were constantly pushing to recognize the bigger picture, while taking up only a humble corner of it.


By: Jason Harris - about 3 years ago - permalink - flag

I can't believe I go to this link and the first thing I see are comments about the shoe incident. Great stuff.


By: Michael Harding - about 3 years ago - permalink - flag

My word, this was an amazing show. The first Fugazi show I'd ever been to. They left me wordless. I am amazed by the recording quality, too!


By: Jennifer Eggleston - about 3 years ago - permalink - flag

I was at this show as well and vividly remember the shoe incident. I've always had a great respect for the band and the fact that they appreciate and protect fans who just want to come out and enjoy a night of great music. I also remember that the crowd actually sang happy birthday to Ian.


By: chris traylor - about 3 years ago - permalink - flag

I was at this show. My memories: loud as fuck...my ears rang for a day afterward; Ian jumped into the crowd and gave a douchebag his $5 back and led him to the exit b/c the guy threw a shoe at him. I believe the guy was also yelling for them to minor threat songs the entire time (prior to being kicked out). The next time fugazi came to Dallas, Ian recalled this night as being his bday and was bummed when, after the show, he went to a cafe that was still open and a little girl in line in front of him stared at him and said he was mean--he didn't say anything to her before that moment--she said he was mean based solely off of looking at him.

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Fugazi Live Series FLS0521 Fugazi Dallas, TX USA, 4/16/93

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Show Date:
 1993-04-16
Venue:
 Bomb Factory
Door Price:
 5
Attendance:
 2000
Played with:
 Bedhead, Wayward Girl
Recorded by
 Joey Picuri
Mastered by
 Jerry Busher
Original Source:
 DAT
Sound Quality:
 Poor Good Very Good Excellent
Play Sample Track
1. Intro
2. Joe #1
3. Styrofoam
4. Public Witness Program
5. Interlude 1
6. Shut the Door
7. Rend It
8. Interlude 2
9. Merchandise
10. Interlude 3
11. Latin Roots
12. Instrument
13. Exit Only
14. Reclamation
15. Interlude 4
16. Margin Walker
17. Waiting Room
18. Give Me The Cure
19. Interlude 5
20. Returning the Screw
21. Smallpox Champion
22. Long Division
23. Runaway Return
24. Interlude 6
25. Promises
26. Encore 1
27. Interlude 7
28. Repeater
29. Two Beats Off
30. Interlude 8
31. Stacks

Please Note: Available recordings have been mastered to correct for volume shifts, drop outs, etc. but some sonic anomalies will still exist, especially early in the set when the mix is being settled. The band has rated each show for sound quality and set the general price of a download at $5 per show. If you have a different price in mind feel free to utilize the alternative pricing option.