NIN Live: 2009

May 26, 2009, Englewood, CO, Fiddler's Green Amphitheater

March of the Pigs
Something I Can Never Have
Gave Up
The Way Out Is Through
Mr. Self Destruct
Dead Souls
The Day the World Went Away
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole

Show Memorabilia

NINJA Tour Poster 2009 2009/05/26 Ticket

Known Recordings

Source 1: Audio - AUD (DPA 4023 + Aerco MP-2 + Microtracker II)
Taper: Manitouman
Time: 96 minutes
Rating: 5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Dead Souls, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 1.75 GB - 24 Bit
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 533 MB - 16 Bit
Added to Archive: July 15th, 2009
The taper is probably his worst critic... he said this was a terrible recording. I could not disagree with him more. Its a fabulous recording and I really enjoyed listening to it. All of the audio is there highs, mids, lows its just awesome. There is a skip in "Wish" because in the right channel of the song the mic wire got tangled which made the mic short out, so it was removed. To be the only source from the Englewood show to surface I am glad it was this one. This recording has been highlighted on RITC's NIN Recording of the Week.

Source 2: Audio - AUD (Schoeps MK21 + Nbox + Sony PCM-D50)
Taper: Taperbt
Time: 95 minutes
Rating: 5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Survivalism, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 540 MB
Added to Archive: November 05th, 2013
Released November 2013, thanks to BT for sharing it with the archive. This is another phenomenal tape. To have two fantastic sources from this show with high quality mics is something you don't usually see.

Source 3: Audio - AUD (CSBs + Edirol R09)
Taper: Smores
Time: 95 minutes
Rating: 5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Heresy, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 473.6 MB
Added to Archive: March 05th, 2014
For some reason I thought I had already had this recording. I believe that Smores had sent it to me before, but I must have misplaced it. Another great recording by Smores! I thank him very much for sharing this recording! Relesed March 2014.

Source 4: Audio - AUD, Unknown Audio Equipment
Taper: Anyonebutdetroit
Time: 91 minutes - Incomplete
Rating: 4.5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Last, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File MP3 - 192, 127 MB
Added to Archive: September 29th, 2019
Another recording that I completely missed when it came out. From anyonebutdetroit on the old ETS boards. The recording sounds really good. It misses Pinion and Wish.

Source 5: Video - AUD (JVC Everio HDD Camcorder)
Taper: Shinkinrui
Time: 95 minutes
Rating: 3 out of 5
Download the Full Show: .zip file AVI 480p, 1.7 GB
Added to Archive: April 16th, 2020
Thanks to the filmer. This was recorded from the center/rear of the floor/pit area. Only full video to surface from this show, IIRC. In the video, you can see a bunch of other filmers and would love to have an HD version of this show. Converted from the original files into these smaller AVI encased video files, the footage is pretty average.

Source 6: Video - AUD, Unknown Video Recording
Taper: Albawild
Time: 90 minutes - Incomplete
Rating: 4 out of 5
Download the Full Show: .zip file MKV-480p, 792.8 MB
Added to Archive: January 30th, 2021
Albawild's YouTube page was from over a decade ago and there has not been much activity on it in the last handful of years. There is a lot of footage from the tour from the rail. Some really great shots. Yes it is in SD, but I can get on board with it for how amazing it is. Filmed from the rail, awesome stuff! Almost full show. Some insignificant skips in between some of the songs once or twice; missing last ~10 seconds in TDTWWA, missing last ~2mins in Head Like a Hole (drained battery is a likely suspect).

Source 7: Audio - AUD (DPA 4023s + Sound Devices 722)
Taper: George Wang
Time: 98 minutes
Rating: 5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: Reptile, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 519.7 MB
Added to Archive: May 29th, 2022
The LP/RAGE/NIN Archives randomly met GW at Shaky Knees and we all told him how we love his tapes and found out that he had taped this one. But it had never circulated. GW was kind enough to send over his master tapes to share. Thank you GW for sharing these tapes all these years later.