Bon Jovi
November 3rd, 1989
Sydney Entertainment Centre
Sydney, NSW, Australia
The Jersey Syndicate
2 DVDs
The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate
Audience
Low Generation VHS Tape + Audio Recording
Low Generation VHS Tape (Unknown Generation) → Panasonic AG-7350 → Sony Vegas Movie Studio → Magix Video Deluxe 2008 Plus (video) → MPEG Streamclip (audio rip from DVD) → Magix Music Cleaning Lab → Magix Video Deluxe 2008 (re-synched) → TMPG DVD Author 3.0 → DVD
Low
PAL
4:3
102 minutes

Lay Your Hands On Me
I'd Die For You
Wild In The Streets
You Give Love A Bad Name
Summertime Blues
99 In The Shade
Born To Be My Baby
Pink Flamingos ~ Let It Rock
Wild Is The Wind
I'll Be There For You
Blood On Blood (Cuts in)
Livin' On A Prayer


Acoustic Guitar Solo ~ Wanted Dead Or Alive
Bad Medicine ~ Shout (Cuts out)

The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate
The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate
The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate
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This is the "Kiss My Ass!" DVD set which bonjovi90 made of this awesome show some years ago. Maarten transferred this off a VHS Tommy sent him from a fan from the Netherlands in early 2009. bonjovi90 first authored it in early 2009 and reworked it some 2 years later audio wise. It should be noted that the audio was quite saturated (and rather poor) to begin with coming from the microphone probably not being able to handle the loud volume properly. As the sound level of the tape (which was recorded in LP mode) was very low (you'll get an idea of it while watching the bonus clips) so Maarten ripped the audio from another DVD version he had kept of this show and remastered it. This now was actually second attempt at making it sound better, still can't say really succeeded, but I think he squuezed as much out of it as possible. The VHS contained some bonus material consisting of a few snippets aired on Australian TV at the time the band toured there in 1989.

However this shouldn't distract from the band being outstanding here and playing both "99 In The Shade" and "Wild Is The Wind" as well as phenomal energetic renditions of some other (e.g. "Wild In The Streets"). This is one of the most energetic shows I have ever seen from Bon Jovi! It may have been the only time they played "99 In The Shade" and "Wild Is The Wind" in one show. Compared to nowadays this looked like a band from a different planet to be honest!