"I-Day festival 2011"
Arena Parco Nord, Bologna
3rd September 2011

Length : 75'38

01-intro 0.44
02-Club Foot
03-Where Did All The Love Go?
04-Days Are Forgotten
05-Shoot The Runner
08-Thick As Thieves
09-Take Aim
11a-Empire [pt1]
11b-power failure and radio jingles
11c-Empire [pt2]
12-Fast Fuse
14-Vlad The Impaler
16-encore break and radio banters
17-Switchblade Smiles
19-radio outro

Lineage (FM > Hard Disc > web):
ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 1.3.13 Beta via C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit flac's (level 8)

There was a power failure at the Mobile Broadcast Unit .
(at the venue) in the middle of track 11 (Empire) causing a two minutes break during transmission:
the song stops abruptly, followed by 15 seconds of complete silence that were in turn followed by two minutes of radio jingles,
then having the song resuming by surprise. To preserve broadcast integrity I included those "silence" and radio jingles as track 11b,
thus the song "Empire" is actually divided into parts a-b-c : it's up to you to decide if downloading/burning track 11b as well....
(and then there is another short, 2 seconds, broadcast gap at the beginning of track 12)

In italian radio customes the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. And I mean a lot..
His/Her purpose is to introduce songs with bits of bio and translate what the artists say, or to describe to radio listeners what's happening on stage.
It may gets VERY annoying, and trust me it does, thus we might consider this recording ONLY FOR COMPLETISTS.
But the songs, the actual music, are (usually) not spoken over in the middle of them.
It has to be noted that italian djs are on the whole adviced to talk that much by the same record companies to prevent bootlegging.