Just like the vinyl section, this section will be divided by year of when the recording took place. I have not taken account to the bonus tracks as most of them are taken from concerts or demo recordings later or eralier than the ordinary tracklisting. During the time IŽm trying to complete all sections with information or missing releases. Please, send me pictures or information that might be missing. Please be aware, I do only list factory pressed cdŽs, no cdŽr.

The name of the disc, Record label, as well as Cataloge number.

Place of recording, Date, Month and Year.

1-CD, 2-CD, 3-CD or more...

Describes record press in any significant country, the number of copies made.

If something of importance, namely a demo recording, cover-song or similar.
I have tried to include as much information as possible.

Grading - Sound quality

Poor recording, barely audible, abnormal sound, defective recording.

Very good
Pretty good sound, can be low in general or just the audience or music.
Difficult to describe exactly, it is much better than it sounds, it is after all bootlegs.

Good quality, which can range from a an extremely clear sound image at a lower level,
to very good audio recording of high output, but perhaps less clear sound.

A very clear sound, high output level. Usually, the audience is not as audible as on an official live album.
In this case it does not always end in a recording of any official release, not always microphones into the

+ / - Better / Worse