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The following few pages contain my AC/DC bootleg collection. If you have any questions or would like to set up a trade, please feel free to contact me. I'm always looking to pick up new shows or upgrades on shows that I already have, so don't hesitate to write!

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Bootleg Information
Band: AC/DC  
Date: Sep 7, 1991
Location: Flugplatz, Mainz, Germany
Complete: Incomplete
Audio/Video: Audio
Format: cdr
Quality: Good
Length: 119 mins
Number of Songs: 17
Number of Discs: 2
Track List:
Disc 1
1) Thunderstruck
2) Shoot to Thrill
3) Back in Black
4) Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be (incomplete)
5) Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be (low volume)
6) Fire Your Guns (low volume)
7) Jailbreak
8) The Jack
9) Moneytalks (incomplete)
10) Hells Bells (incomplete)

Disc 2
1) Hells Bells
2) High Voltage
3) Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
4) Highway to Hell
5) Whole Lotta Rosie
6) Let There Be Rock (incomplete)
7) Let There Be Rock (incomplete)
8) TNT
9) For Those About to Rock
There is a lot of crowd noise and clapping near the taper, but otherwise it is very clear.
Audio problems during Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be. Volume drops very low and is hard to hear. I can barely hear it at the previous volume wearing headphones.
Low volume continues into Fire Your Guns.
The first part of the intro to Jailbreak has low volume, but it then returns to normal, then goes very loud.
The levels seem to normalize after about 1:45 into the song a bit louder than the rest of the concert was.
There is some distortion after the change in levels. The crowd cheers nearby seem to max out the mic, although the guitars sound fine.
Audio cut/short repeat after Jailbreak.
Short audio cuts during Moneytalks.
Hells Bells is played in full as the first song on Disc 2.
Let There Be Rock is split into two tracks. There is an audio cut between the two.
Audio cut after Let There Be Rock. Sounds like the taper is changing tapes, adjusting the recorder.
Audio levels are changed a bit during TNT.
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