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By: gunter habets over 7 years ago

On paper, hands down my favourite set list from this particular tour. The Red Medicine instrumental Version makes its live debut and is served as set opener to boot (note that the song did not make another appearance until the October 8, 1995 gig in St. Louis, Missouri).

It has been mentioned that the quality of the recording is subpar due to the sound cutting in and out. And while this is true, fortunately only the first couple of songs are affected by this. As soon as Merchandise, everything pretty much balances out, and leaves us with the bulk of the recording to enjoy even though the overall sound remains a bit thin or shrill, atleast up to Two Beats Off. The cassette gets turned after this and once Song #1 kicks in, the sound quality improves some more (technical hindrances do persist).

Probably the longest show of this tour, with 21 songs total (note that Glueman is cut short before the final breakdown or finale), slightly favouring the Repeater album (6), followed by Steady Diet (4), 7 Songs or S/T debut EP (3), Red Medicine (3), Kill Taker (3), and the 3 Songs seven-inch (2).

The second half of the show, i.e. the whole Bulldog Front into Glueman streak is pure bliss, and includes the only live rendering of Last Chance for a Slow Dance from this Brazilian string of shows. Plus, Interlude 3 essentially is a rough cut of Lusty Scripps as featured through the 1999 Fugazi documentary and subsequent soundtrack Instrument.

By: gunter habets almost 8 years ago

Yes David, but which one, which one.. . and why?

By: David Fischer about 8 years ago

Technical problems throughout the set. Glueman is cut off before the end. If you want to check out a show from this Brazil tour, I'd pick a different one.

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Fugazi Live Series FLS0636 Fugazi Curitiba, Brazil 8/27/1994

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Show Date:
 92 Graus
Played with:
 Magog, Publico Opinion
Recorded by
 Joey Picuri
Mastered by
 Warren Russell-Smith
Original Source:
Sound Quality:
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Recording cuts in and out.

Play Sample Track
1. Intro
2. Version
3. Exit Only
4. Interlude 1
5. Merchandise
6. Interlude 2
7. Turnover
8. Reclamation
9. Interlude 3
10. Nice New Outfit
11. Styrofoam
12. Target
13. Interlude 4
14. Birthday Pony
15. Two Beats Off
16. Song #1
17. Interlude 5
18. Bulldog Front
19. Bad Mouth
20. Break-In
21. Long Division
22. Blueprint
23. Instrument
24. Last Chance for a Slow Dance
25. Sweet and Low
26. Encore
27. Repeater
28. Glueman

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.