NIN Live: 2008

October 04, 2008, Santiago, Chile, Arena Santiago

Letting You
March of the Pigs
The Frail
The Wretched
Head Down
Gave Up
The Warning
Corona Radiata - Pinion
Terrible Lie
The Big Come Down
Ghosts 31
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole
God Given
In This Twilight

Show Memorabilia

Lights In The Sky Tour Leg 2 Poster

Known Recordings

Source 1: Audio - AUD (MM-MCSM-5 Cards + MM-EBM-1 BB + Sony MZ-NH700)
Taper: Faaipdeoaid
Time: 122 minutes
Rating: 5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Piggy, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 693.6 MB
Added to Archive: March 06th, 2010
Fantastic recording!!! Slightly incomplete because of the MD flip during the beginning of "Only".

Source 2: Audio - PRO (FM Broadcast)
Taper: FM Broadcast
Time: 98 minutes
Rating: 5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Head Like a Hole, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File MP3 - 192, 124.6 MB
Added to Archive: February 11th, 2019
This was given to me by ETS user fillow. Big thanks. I have not seen this and I am not sure if there is a lossless version out there, but I would like one! This is the complete broadcast (with a lot of commentary from the radio hosts inbetween and in some of the songs) but some songs were not broadcasted. The list of songs not in the broadcast were 999,999, 1,000,000, Piggy, Head Down, Corona Radiata/The Greater Good, Pinion, The Big Come Down, Ghosts 31, Only, THTF, and God Given. About 15 seconds into "Letting You" is the FM broadcast spliced in from an audience source. Definitely searching for a lossless quality recording. If anyone knows the radio station, that would be great too!

Source 3: Multicam Video - AUD, "After All This Time" fan made edit
Taper: Unknown
Time: 125 minutes
Rating: 4 out of 5
Download the Full Show: .zip file DVD-NTSC, 7.2 GB
Added to Archive: February 09th, 2019
Double DVD recording. This was made by a few South American NIN fans, multicam footage. Edited by Luis Benitez. Some songs have more angles than others. The beginning of the show was synced with the audience recording and then throughout the recording, the FM broadcast was spliced in. The announcer was very prominent in the broadcast, so they spliced the audience recording in at certain points.