NIN Live: 1999

November 25, 1999, Paris, France, Zenith

Setlist
The New Flesh/Pinion
Somewhat Damaged
Terrible Lie
Sin
March of the Pigs
Piggy
The Frail
The Wretched
Reptile
No, You Don't
Gave Up
La Mer
The Great Below
The Way Out is Through
Wish
Into the Void
Down in It
Head Like a Hole
The Day The World Went Away
Starfuckers Inc.
Closer
Hurt

Show Memorabilia

1999/11/25 Ticket 1999/11/25 Ticket

Known Recordings

Source 1: Audio - AUD (Sony ECM-MS907 + Sony PCM-M1)
Taper: FULLMETAL
Time: 109 minutes
Rating: 4 out of 5
Hear a Sample: No You Don't, 2 minutes
Download the Full Show: .zip file FLAC, 552.7 MB
Added to Archive: Janurary 30th, 2014
Comments:
Thanks again to FULLMETAL for sending me over his master DATs to be transferred. A good recording from one of the first shows of the Fragility Tour. A better recording than the MD source that was on the archive. No EQ'ing was done to the recording. The only thing that was worked on was the end of "Pinion" into "Somewhat Damaged" as there was some clipping from the record volume was too high. Used automatic phaser to clean it up and add some more dynamic range back to it. The master tape was recorded at 16/44, which can be burned to CD.

Source 2: Audio - AUD (Unknown MD)
Taper: Unknown
Time: 105 minutes
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: The Way Out Is Through, 2 minutes
Download the Full Show: .zip file FLAC, 560 MB
Added to Archive: August 15th, 2010
Comments:
None.

Source 3: Video - AUD, Unknown Hi8 Cam
Taper: Unknown
Time: 104 minutes
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Download the Full Show: .zip file AVI DIVX - 480p, 1.49 GB
Added to Archive: March 06th, 2018
Comments:
This was given to me from the ninhotline who posted this to YouTube just a few weeks ago. This looks to be a low gen copy of the show that was transferred to AVI Divx format. I will get more information on the show once I receive it. But ninhotline also synced the audio from source 1 to this show and I am waiting to get that as well to let you decide which version you would like to have. This was recorded from the right rear of the venue with some decent close up shots and a good amount of the stage. A little grainy, so I am sure this is not from the master tape. But I am guessing this was a Hi8 shot recording. Just from the era and the looks of it. Audio is decent, but the swapped version with the proper audience recording is better.
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