AC/DC: Flies On The Soundboard. (Night Owl Records)
Recorded Live at Erwin Centre, Austin + Reunion Arena, Dallas;, USA - October 11 & 12, 1985.
Excellent Soundboard Recording :: Silver CD Bootleg :: CBR 320 kbps.
:: Erwin Centre, Austin - October 11, 1985 ::
01. Fly On The Wall
02. Back In Black
03. Shake Your Foundations
04. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
05. You Shook Me All Night Long
06. Sin City
08. The Jack
09. Shoot To Thrill
10. Highway To Hell
11. Sink The Pink
12. Whole Lotta Rosie
01. Let There Be Rock
02. Hells Bells
04. For Those About To Rock
:: Reunion Arena, Dallas, October 12, 1985 ::
05. Back In Black
06. Shake Your Foundations
07. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
08. You Shook Me All Night Long
09. The Jack
10. Shoot To Thrill
11. Sink The Pink
12. Let There Be Rock
Files: 25.:: Size: 340,17 MB.
Total Time: 02:28:41 hour/s.
Notes: The production on this bootleg is also a wonder to have behelded, with beautiful stereo separation of the guitars, perfect drum and bass volume and a cheering crowd that is only audible between songs and during those Hot singalongs that Brian so loves to lead. But let me tell you something else that you'll find to be a real gas if you've been listening to AC/DC nonstop for the past 17 years like some of us have (I'm looking at YOU, me!): whether you know drums from Adam or you think that Eve fucked a drum to make Cain, Simon Wright DOES play these songs differently than Phil Rudd dud. I don't know what he's doing - maybe using too much cymbal? Whatever it is, he sounds like he thinks he's drumming for the Ramones! Check out "Sin City" or "Shoot To Thrill," for good examples. Love this, love that -- REALLY love the fact that three of my favorite Fly On The Wall tracks are on here, two with stronger vocals than on the studio versions! These songs, for your ledger, are the title track, "Sink The Pink" and "Shake Your Foundations. <-(Info taken from Mark Prindle's Record Reviews :: markprindle.com) --- AC/DC's Austin show in 1985 was actually on October 12th, a Saturday. On Friday October 11th they were playing in Dallas at Reunion Arena. I know because I was at the show (I rechecked my ticket stub to confirm the date). This was an unusual show in that the band closed with "T.N.T." because the cannons were declared to be a fire hazard by the marshals at Reunion Arena, and so FTATR did not close the show, for one of the few times since 1981.<-(Info taken from markprindle.com :: user halhorn).