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...If the rather scarce information here <> is correct, then the tape you saw would have to be sourced from 1992-07-01 Bristol, since that would be the only show that Debby Holiday POSSIBLY played with Badlands.
However, I find it rather suscpicious that I don't find any article on the web that would confirm she really played with them. Instead, the German Wikipedia article suggests she never did (however, it doesn't give any sources for that information). According to another article I found <>, "Gillen was given the boot, a new singer, a woman no less - Canadian Debby Holiday signed on, gigs in the UK/Europe were booked, however Holiday quit due to a conflict with appearance money, Gillen was reluctantly bought back at short notice". Again, no sources are given. The existence of the tape you saw listed suggests these articles might be wrong. Anyway, even if it was from the Bristol gig, we don't know if it is listed as such. I fully agree with you, it would be fascinating to find and hear it!!!
Here's a nice report on next day's Badlands gig at Astoria and the huge tension on stage:
Take care,
...It's been confirmed that Debby Holiday was indeed their singer for a short period of time. They did at least several rehearsals together. Whether they also played live concerts, is not clear yet.
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8 days ago by rgl7194
Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the Internet.
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4 weeks ago by orlin
Private Torrent Site Operators Ordered to Pay $440k Damages - TorrentFreak
Acting on a criminal complaint filed three years earlier, in 2016 police took down Rarat, a private torrent site based in Sweden. Using information handed over by PayPal, police subsequently made arrests. This week two men were ordered to pay around $440k in damages, a sentence described as "a scandal" by a writer whose movie was leaked on the site.
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4 weeks ago by pankkake
Tribler Invented 'Paid' Torrent Seeding Over a Decade Ago - TorrentFreak
Over the past weeks, there has been a lot of discussion about 'paid' seeding, which is one of the new proposals from the Tron/BitTorrent team. However, this idea is far from new. The Tribler research team has been working on its 'bandwidth as currency' idea for over a decade, and they now have a fully operational token marketplace in their torrent client.
During the early days of BitTorrent, bandwidth was relatively scarce.
Torrent sites encouraged users to keep their clients running, to ensure that downloads would finish in ‘just’ a few hours.
Torrent streaming requires even more bandwidth. To address this, a group of top researchers came up with a new idea. What if we treated bandwidth as a currency?
“P2P dies or thrives depending on how much upload people donate. By introducing electronic ‘currency’ for uploads the researchers think they can make P2P HDTV Video on Demand possible,” we wrote, back in 2007.
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Received a Piracy Warning From Your ISP? Here's What to Do - TorrentFreak
Large numbers of Internet subscribers, mainly in the United States, have been taking to the Internet in recent months worried about piracy warnings sent to them by their ISPs. Despite much discussion of these online, questions continue to be asked. So, what should users do when they receive these scary emails?
Millions of Internet subscribers use their connections to download and share copyright-infringing content. It’s been going on for almost two decades already and shows no sign of stopping.
For the vast majority of users, this kind of activity has no consequences. People grab the latest movies or TV shows, for example, and then hear no more. For many, this means they simply carry on, oblivious to the fact that their unauthorized transfers are probably being monitored by someone, somewhere.
In the majority of cases, this monitoring is simply for research purposes but increasingly, as content companies seek to reduce copyright infringement, further action might be the next step. That usually means that ISPs are contacted, with a request for them to tell their customers to stop pirating content.
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5 weeks ago by rgl7194
The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy - Motherboard
BitTorrent usage has bounced back because there's too many streaming services, and too much exclusive content.
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5 weeks ago by pozorvlak

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