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I did a little updating today on my Alive 2007 Masterpost, namely adding a few video clips for the show in Mexico City, as well as updating the full audio link from a Youtube video to an actual mp3 hosted on Archive.org. 
The show in Mexico City is one of my favorites because it is a really good example of how the Alive shows worked— the timing and cues are exactly the same as on the CD, but the samples used, the mixing, etc. are different, at times very noticeably so. (In all the shows you can usually notice that when the vocal samples “stutter” the pattern is always different.) Standout tracks that really differ from the CD: Robot Rock, Technologic, Too Long/Steam Machine (specifically Aura Rock).
Anyway, I’ve taken the mp3 file and split it into tracks (the timing matches exactly with the live CD) and made some artwork for it. There’s a spot of weird silence at the very end of Prime Time Of Your Life but it’s otherwise perfect. Enjoy! :]
[Download zip file here]

one-additional-time:

I did a little updating today on my Alive 2007 Masterpost, namely adding a few video clips for the show in Mexico City, as well as updating the full audio link from a Youtube video to an actual mp3 hosted on Archive.org. 

The show in Mexico City is one of my favorites because it is a really good example of how the Alive shows worked— the timing and cues are exactly the same as on the CD, but the samples used, the mixing, etc. are different, at times very noticeably so. (In all the shows you can usually notice that when the vocal samples “stutter” the pattern is always different.) Standout tracks that really differ from the CD: Robot Rock, Technologic, Too Long/Steam Machine (specifically Aura Rock).

Anyway, I’ve taken the mp3 file and split it into tracks (the timing matches exactly with the live CD) and made some artwork for it. There’s a spot of weird silence at the very end of Prime Time Of Your Life but it’s otherwise perfect. Enjoy! :]

[Download zip file here]