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If you have photos from this show write us at fugazilive[at]dischord.com.



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By: Eric Spencer - about 3 hours ago - permalink - flag

I was a junior at ASU and grew up in the DC metro. My DC buds and I talked our way into hanging out with the guys. I was on stage kneeling next to Brendan, my buddy Matt on the other side of the stage. When Ian fell through, we rushed out to the middle to pull him out. He was irritated, but man does that show live in my memory...almost as much as the first time we knocked on Ian's door...


By: Brian Mock - 10 months ago - permalink - flag

I recently sent Ian a better (scanned) copy of the above flier. Hopefully it will be up soon. Eric, I would love to see footage from this gig. "Led Zeppelin stage," eh? Not sure I believe that one.


By: Brian Mock - 11 months ago - permalink - flag

I'm pretty sure that I have a copy of the flier for this show. If anyone wants it on here let me know.


By: Brian Mock - 11 months ago - permalink - flag

I'm pretty sure that I have a copy of the flier for this show. If anyone wants it on here let me know.


By: Eric J Astor - about 1 year ago - permalink - flag

the stage was from the last led zeppelin US tour. Ian jumped around until he found the soft spot in the wood and fell through up to his waist. We expected 700-800 people. Close to 1200 people paid. We didn't let skinheads into this show. They climbed on the roof of the club to try and get in. Helicopter crews with spotlights helped the cops on the street get them down. It took us all a LONG time to count all the $5 bills at the end, most crumpled up and in random bags. A crazy fucking night. I have a video I've been meaning to digitize forever.


By: Wayne R. Keeler - over 2 years ago - permalink - flag

Good show for Phoenix...


By: Michael Pistrui - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

will have to see if I have any photos from that night.....think the flyer is on our web site....


By: Michael Pistrui - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

we played that show that night, beats the hell out of me, fun night for us, still see the drummer from Horace Pinker from time to time at the skatepark...


By: Fugazi Live Series - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

hello brian. thanks for the clarification on the opener's name. the fix is in. - FLS


By: Brian Mock - almost 3 years ago - permalink - flag

It was Horace PINKER, not Tinker.

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Fugazi Live Series FLS0396 Fugazi Phoenix, AZ USA 9/09/91

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Show Date:
 1991-09-09
Venue:
 Silver Dollar
Door Price:
 5
Attendance:
 1160
Played with:
 Horace Pinker, Beats the Hell Outta Me
Recorded by
 Joey Picuri
Mastered by
 Warren Russell-Smith
Original Source:
 Cassette
Sound Quality:
 Poor Good Very Good Excellent

Epic show. Played in warehouse courtyard with police helicopters overhead. The improvised barricade (a chain-link fence) collapses and has to be passed hand over hand by the crowd to the back. Plenty of headaches with violent concert attendees, plus Ian falls through the stage! Good times!

Play Sample Track
1. Intro
2. Steady Diet
3. Blueprint
4. Styrofoam
5. Sieve-Fisted Find
6. Interlude 1
7. And The Same
8. Turnover
9. Reclamation
10. Interlude 2
11. Margin Walker
12. Burning Too
13. Interlude 3
14. Waiting Room
15. Give Me The Cure
16. Interlude 4
17. KYEO
18. Two Beats Off
19. Interlude 5
20. Promises
21. Encore
22. Suggestion
23. Glueman
24. Outro

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.