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10.30.1987 CBGB's, New York, NY, USA (Dylan)

Source: VHS Gen 1? Very low > SA > DVD-R > PC > DVD-R

08.20.1988 Castle Donington Park, Donington, England (@tjuh)

Source: VHS Gen ? > PC > DVDR

12.15.1988 Entertainment Centre, Melbourne, Australia (@tjuh)

Source: Unknown

01.23.1991 Maracana Stadium - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Will)

Source: Umatic Master Tape [ Pre-Mix, Slash’s Angle ] > SA > PC (+ LPCM audio from silver CD)

05.16.91 - The Ritz, New York, NY (Unknown/Standalone)

Source – Gen? > SA > 1 DVD-R

06.07.1991 CNE Grandstand - Toronto, Canada (Limulus)

Source: gen 1 > pc

06.10.91 - Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (Unknown/Standalone)

Source – Gen? > SA > 2 DVD-R

07.02.1991 Riverport Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, MO, USA,(Bondage)

Source: VHS Gen Low > PC > 1 DVDR

04.06.1992 Myriad Arena - Oklahoma City, OK, USA (JohnM)

Source: VHS Gen 2 > DV > PC > DVD

04.09.1992 Rosemont Horizon - Chicago, IL, USA (Pandora)

Source: VHS Gen 2 > PC > DVD-R

06.25.1993 Waldstadion - Frankfurt, Germany, (Limulus)

Source: Gen low > pc

05.12.2006 Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY, USA

Source: Unknown

05.14.2006 Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY, USA

Source: Unknown

05.15.2006 Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY, USA

Source: Unknown

05.17.2006 Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY, USA

Source: Unknown

05.27.2006 Bela Vista Park - Lisbon, Portugal

Source: SIC Radical channel (TV Cabo) -> Philips DVDR3330H -> DVDR -> PC -> Mpeg Video Wizard (advertising cleaning) -> TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6

06.11.2006 Download Festival, Donnington Park, UK (GNROSAS)

Source: Digital Terrestrial TV > DVB-T/PC > 1 DVDR

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No one is stupid enough (or let's hope :unsure:) to burn a DVD with region codes. 99% of burned DVDs do not have region codes. They are PAL video format, but they are region free. It's very confusing and I don't even know that much about it. Region number is what to watch for when buying DVDs/burning them. Always burn as region 0, but it doesn't matter if you burn as PAL or NTSC (as this is just the video format, not the region code). PAL and NTSC are simply the format (different resolutions and frames per second between the 2 types) and the only time you need to worry about them is when dealing with VHS. VHS have formats instead of region codes (confusing, ain't it?). If it's a PAL VHS, it won't play on an NTSC player. Same with an NTSC VHS, won't play on a PAL VHS player. But seeing as VHS aren't traded much anymore, there isn't really a need to worry about video formats. There is also something to do with TV formats and what will play on certain TVs and not, but I haven't read up on this subject much.

If you do, however, get a DVD that is burned with a region code and it won't work in your player, simply search around the internet for DVD player hacks that allow you to set the region code of your DVD player (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8, I recommend 0).

Why are there regions? Money, money, money! It's the stupidest thing on earth to have different regions/formats for different countries. There's no reason for them other than money.

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It's the opening act for what turned out to be Izzy's last show 'till the 5 in 1993.

Did any of the '93 izzy shows get fully recorded

I've seen there's like a 1 minute clip of jungle and you ain't the first

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