Rare Live Acoustic Tracks?

edited March 2011 in Reverb
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?7t5t6qb990m56m5">http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?7t5t6qb990m56m5</a><!-- m --> I do not know where this was performed nor when, I'd have to ask my friend. There are 9 tracks and the only one I know is "I Remember Learning How to Dive" which is track 9, if anyone knows the others please inform me. Thanks.


  • This seems sketchy to me. o.o
  • mediafire's just a download host, like rapidshare or sendspace or megaupload. I download stuff from there occasionally (and occasionally upload stuff I want to share but don't want to host)
  • I downloaded it, its totally safe, no worries guys. This is my favorite collection of unreleased AC. Its from their performance at Other Music. Here is the setlist (on my version): 1. Warmup Song 2. Happy Singing Band 3. Unknown 4. Unknown 5. On a Plain (Nirvana Cover) 6. Covered in Frogs 7. Winter's Love 8. Baby Day 9. Learning How to Dive
  • I cannot download it on to my iPad, for petes sake. It's the ipads fault.
  • yea thats the setlist, probably my favorite live recording of acoustic AC. finally downloaded it last week. the two unknown songs are the best ones in my opinion. does anyone know when this was recorded?
  • august 16th, 2004 edit;;; it turns out that number 4 is Lablakely Dress from Hollin. I feel the same towards this set as you do Derek. Its really special to me and is one of my favorite AC things.
  • Intriguing. I will download this as soon as I get home >:P
  • When i download this into Audacity... It is super sped up and i cannot fix it. Any suggestions?
  • IIRC they were just mp3s in a zip file? why not unzip it and play them in your regular mp3 player (itunes/vlc/winap/whatever)
  • how do i unzip it?
  • if you're using a PC with windows, you'll probably need to install an unzipping program. 7-zip is free and probably my favorite: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.7-zip.org/">http://www.7-zip.org/</a><!-- m --> If you're using a Mac, I think they come with StuffitExpander installed, although 7-zip is available for Mac OS X as well.
  • Thank you!
  • no man thank YOU!
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