1990-10-05 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden/Source 2

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A very good audience video recording. A bit shaky, but with a fairly clear view of the stage throughout. Audio is what you'd expect from camcorder audio - somewhat boomy, reverberated, and lacking top-end, but it's listenable. Strangelove cuts right after the beginning, losing about 40 seconds of the song, otherwise this is a complete recording. Toward the end of the tape, there are horizontal white streaks or "meteors", increasing in frequency as the tape goes on, but they are not too distracting.


You can watch this entire recording below. Note that this particular video was uploaded by the taper of the recording and not DM Live Wiki. YouTube converts 576p video to 480p, so some resolution and quality is lost as a result. This will be corrected in the near future with an upscaled and deinterlaced 720p upload which will help preserve the quality. For best enjoyment, download the ZIP below.

Track list

  1. Kaleid
  2. World In My Eyes
  3. Halo
  4. Shake The Disease
  5. Everything Counts
  6. Master And Servant
  7. Never Let Me Down Again
  8. Waiting For The Night
  9. I Want You Now (*)
  10. World Full Of Nothing (*)
  11. Clean
  12. Stripped
  13. Policy Of Truth
  14. Enjoy The Silence
  15. Strangelove
  16. Personal Jesus
  17. Black Celebration
  18. A Question Of Time
  19. Behind The Wheel
  20. Route 66
  • Total time: 1:46:14


  • 1st gen SVHS videotape -> Panasonic NV-HS860 (playback) -> Datavideo TBC-3000 (frame time base corrector) -> Blackmagic Design Intensity Pro (capture card) -> VirtualDub (UT Lossless Codec / WAV 16/48 audio) -> ffmpeg: encode to H264, crop black bars, adjust aspect ratio, encode WAV audio to FLAC -> mkvtoolnix: add chapters
  • Video specifications: PAL, H264 AVC, 704x576 25fps ~10.0Mbit/s bitrate
  • Audio specifications: FLAC 16-bit 48khz
  • Taper: Rolling Rockvideos
  • Transfer: TravisBickle1963
  • Generation: first