Fluke: Live at Brighton Essential Festival 1996

Fluke: Jon Fugler Well, here it is, the second offering from Brian that’s going up on the site: Fluke live at the Essential Festival, Brighton, 1996.

The set is of moderate to low audio quality, but I’ve included a Winamp EQ file in with the pack which reduces the preamp settings. In short, with the preamp settings applied, this is a thoroughly listenable-to set!

The tracklist is as follows:

  1. Slid – 5:31
  2. Setback – 5:08
  3. Freak – 3:15
  4. Atomb Bomb – 9:15
  5. Top of the World – 3:59
  6. Electric Guitar – 5:58
  7. Unknown – 6:18
  8. Tosh – 7:39
  9. Obviously of special interest is the track that’s labelled “unknown” – if anyone does “know”, please give a shout in the comments!

    Furthermore, the version of Atom Bomb is a great live performance of the Straight Six Instrumental Mix, famed for its inclusion on the Wipeout 2097 soundtrack.

    Well then, thanks again to Brian McGee, here it is: Fluke – Live at Brighton Essential Festival – 1996. Enjoy.

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3 Responses to Fluke: Live at Brighton Essential Festival 1996

  1. The track labeled unknown is naturally Bjango 🙂

  2. Brian/holden says:

    Nice gig! Thanks again McGee!
    Interesting to hear how “Top of the World” changed from the 1991 version to the LP, and then the bassy monster that it was when performed live.

  3. Tim says:

    If only Fluke would perform again 🙁
    Thanks for the set!

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