The good people of 2301 Canton, a former warehouse that had been turned into a art-studio living space, offered up their home so that we could play an all-ages gig in Dallas (the larger venues in that town were all 18/21+). Though there had been no real problems during the opening band's set, the police arrived with the fire marshall and suspended the show until fire-lanes and exits were more clearly marked. The band and promoters worked to make the corrections while the crowd waited for nearly an hour. Finally after their demands were met, we were told that there would be no show and that we should inform the audience. We refused. After further negotiations, the authorities decided that the band could play, but that the audience would have to leave the building. This struck us as insane, but that's what the police wanted to do. They closed down the street out front and the garage door was opened to let the sound spill out. We periodically put down the gear and went down to look out at the crowd to make sure that they weren't being beaten, but as far as we were able to tell they were having a blast. Dancing in the street and stage-diving off of parked cars and dancing in the street. Check the last track in the download for a recording of what it sounded like outside in the crowd!
|8.||Give Me The Cure|
|25.||Outside the Gig!|
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.