The point is that both Negativland and Lewis's are amenable to someone like Terry recording the entire event. We were both big fans of Negativland, and this was right in the middle of their struggle with U2, Island, and SST (see my reviews of "Guns" and "U2" for background info). I must have watched this video 20 or more times; but since he recorded it on S-VHS, I never got a VHS copy. And although I've watched it enough that it seems like I was there, I'm slightly ashamed to admit that I missed this concert and attended a VT-UVa football game instead (although Terry has it marked as "October 21", I'm pretty sure this was actually November 21, 1992). Fortunately, Terry took my copy of "Guns" and got Mark Hosler to autograph the inside fold (see above pic). Apparently Mark did not approve of my choice of weekend entertainment either (also, it rained and VT lost -- a bad choice all around).
So I wasn't there, and most likely you weren't there either (it's not a big place), but thanks to Terry it can seem like we were there:
I don't normally embed videos, but this one deserves it. You really should watch the whole thing, but some highlights include:
- 26:20 -- "Time Zones"
- 31:05 -- "Black Lady of Espionage", segueing into "Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
- 1:04:10 -- "Christianity is Stupid"
- 1:11:20 -- Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA"
- 1:24:40 -- Terry interviews Mark Hosler (while Mark has a post-show fish sandwich)
Also, instead of reviewing it as a LP, I'm starting a new series simply called "concert".