NIN Live: 2005

October 11, 2005, St. Paul, MN, Excel Energy Center

Setlist
Pinion
Love Is Not Enough
You Know What You Are?
Terrible Lie
The Line Begins to Blur
March of the Pigs
The Frail
The Wretched
Closer
Burn
Gave Up
Eraser
Right Where it Belongs
Beside You In Time
Wish
Sin
Only
Reptile
Suck
Hurt
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole

Show Memorabilia

St.Paul fall 05 poster 2005/10/11 Ticket

Known Recordings

Source 1: Video - AUD, Unknown Video Recording
Taper: Unknown
Time: 97 minutes
Rating: 4 out of 5
Download the Full Show: .zip file DVD-NTSC, 3.3 GB
Added to Archive: May 20th, 2019
Comments:
I can’t believe that I have not posted this to the archive yet. Sometimes you just miss recordings that you thought you had up! Anyways, this is the only source from the St. Paul show in 2005. It’s recorded from the right rear of the venue. I presume with a MiniDV camcorder. The shot is very stable and has some great stage close ups, as well as a good full stage view. Audio is also great. If you have any information on who may have shot this show, please get in contact!
Screenshots:

Source 2: Audio - AUD (Audio Technia Pro 24 + Sharp/Sony MD Recorder)
Taper: Tom M.
Time: 95 minutes
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Eraser, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 514.8 MB
Added to Archive: December 21st, 2019
Comments:
Almost 15 years on, Tom has reached out to me about him taping the St. Paul show back in 2005!!!! I was so excited to hear that there was an audio source from this show. Up to this point, there was only a video source circulating from this show. This is the first audio source to be released. The show was recorded with an Audio Technia Pro 24 mic and not sure if it was recorded on a Sharp or Sony minidisc recorder. During that time Tom had both decks. The recording is great! Tom has been taping for quite some time (1989) and it’s crazy to think that there are other people out there like him that have taped shows but aren’t familiar with the archive or have shared out their recordings. I am grateful that Tom reached out and shared his recording. If you are like Tom and have recorded NIN in the past and it’s not on the archive, I would love to preserve it!