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''Wednesday, December 14th, 1994''
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=='''''Jimmy Z's''' Everett, WA''==
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''Thursday, December 15th, 1994''
  
Tracklist
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Bands performed:
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*Bumpin Ugies
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==''Set list''==
  
 
#Scarlet Begonias
 
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==''Notes''==
 
==''Notes''==
 
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*''original recording presumably recorded from live mix board @ Jimmy Z's, Everett, WA, ''December 14, 1994, one month after the Tressel Tavern, Everett, WA show that's captured ''on the infamous Sublime "Memories" bootleg release. I played in the band (Bumpin ''Uglies) that opened the show; a friend of the Bumpin Uglies' ended up with an audio ''cassette of the recording, I transferred the cassette recording to 16-bit ADAT digital ''recorder in 1998; I remastered and burned to CD in 2001.
original recording presumably recorded from live mix board @ Jimmy Z's, Everett, WA, December 14, 1994, one month after the Tressel Tavern, Everett, WA show that's captured on the infamous Sublime "Memories" bootleg release. I played in the band (Bumpin Uglies) that opened the show; a friend of the Bumpin Uglies' ended up with an audio cassette of the recording, I transferred the cassette recording to 16-bit ADAT digital recorder in 1998; I remastered and burned to CD in 2001.
 

Latest revision as of 00:16, 1 August 2021

Jimmy Z's Everett, WA

Thursday, December 15th, 1994

Bands performed:

  • Bumpin Ugies

Set list

  1. Scarlet Begonias
  2. House Of Suffering
  3. Don't Push/Right Back/New Thrash
  4. S.T.P.
  5. All You Need
  6. Badfish
  7. Let's Go Get Stoned
  8. Pool Shark
  9. We're Only Gonna Die (From Our Own Arrogance)
  10. Greatest Hits
  11. 40 Oz. To Freedom
  12. 5446/Date Rape
  13. Jailhouse
  14. Hope
  15. Work That We Do
  16. Saw Red / Falling Idols / Thanks

Notes

  • original recording presumably recorded from live mix board @ Jimmy Z's, Everett, WA, December 14, 1994, one month after the Tressel Tavern, Everett, WA show that's captured on the infamous Sublime "Memories" bootleg release. I played in the band (Bumpin Uglies) that opened the show; a friend of the Bumpin Uglies' ended up with an audio cassette of the recording, I transferred the cassette recording to 16-bit ADAT digital recorder in 1998; I remastered and burned to CD in 2001.