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Format: CD-R
Label & Cat.Number: Trademark of Quantity
Release Year: 2009
Note: live in Amsterdam 14.05.2002; little handmade cover, on the LPD-label, probably somehow limited
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.50

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"A radio broadcast in 2002 before a tiny audience in an Amsterdam cafe. Crystal clear recordings interspersed with snippets of interview plus the material the Dots played in the cafe AFTER the radio show was finished. Songs included are "Isis Veiled", "Our Dominion", "12th" ,"The More it stays the same" and a few others.A quiet beauty.."
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"These two releases would make you forget that the Legendary Pink Dots are band, playing songs, with heads and tails. May 14th 2002 was when The Dots (the Ka-spel, landed in Cafe Desmet in Amsterdam. A small bar inside a radio studio. They were invited by Marylou and it was a strange period for the Netherlands. It was about election time, right after the murder of Pim Fortuyn, 8 days earlier. A country in chaos and distress and what could be better than the apocalyptic voice of Ka-spel and the at times sad and other times hopeful music of the Dots? The set of eight songs they play here is rather intimate, almost folk like with the 'The More It Stays The Same' as the odd ball out. No krautrock like explosions they can also be known for if they play the venue. No such thing here. A damn fine recording of a great set of songs, plus some funny radio quotes. Three fine releases to celebrate thirty years. Onwards to the next thirty." [FdW / Vital Weekly]