Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Laibach - Live At Divergences/Divisions V, Bordeaux, 1988

Unreleased live recording, France, 1988
Ripped by Rainier

Recorded live during Divergences/Divisions V festival, Bordeaux, France, March 12 1988.

Tracklist :

A1. Intro
A2. Krst (Baptism)
A3. Vier Personen
A4. Leben-Tod
A5. Drzava
A6. Trans-National
A7. Krvava Gruda - Plodna Zemlja
A8. Die Liebe
A9. Ti, Ki Izzivas
A10. How The West Was Won
B1. Jägerspiel
B2. Leben Heißt Leben
B3. Geburt Einer Nation
B4. (Unknown)
B5. Opus Dei
B6. Pre-Encore Music
B7. Nova Akropola
B8. Geburt Einer Nation Remix


griebs said...

that didn't last long eh?

soundhead said...

very nice!!

Anonymous said...

Please put it again, it's not more available. Thanks

Lutetia Dandy Club said...

vv Laibach!

James said...

Here my attempt at a tracklist...can anyone help out?

Side One
01 Intro
02 Krst (Baptism)
03 Vier Personen
04 Leben-Tod
05 Drzava
06 Trans-National
07 Krvava Gruda - Plodna Zemlja
08 Die Liebe
09 Ti, Ki Izzivas
10 How The West Was Won

Side Two
11 Delak
12 Leben Heißt Leben
13 Geburt Einer Nation
14 (Unknown)
15 Opus Dei
16 Pre-Encore Music
17 (Unknown)
18 (Unknown)

tristan.koreya said...

thank you James, i've included your tracklist in the post.

oNe said...

the last song is called "Geburt Einer Nation remix".

FvJ said...

just discovered your blog, thanks a lot for sharing!

My small contribution to the playlist:

B1. "Delak" = nope, it's "Jägerspiel".

B7. "(Unknown)" is "Nova Akropola" from the "Vhutemas Archetypi" sampler (even if it's named there in german "Neue Acropolis", it's always "Nova Akropola" on the old live recordings like "Neu Konservatiw" or "The Occupied Europe Tour 1985".

B8. "Geburt Einer Nation Remix" is known as "Liewerk (3. Oktober Kraftbach Mix)" on the best-of "Anthems".

B4. "(Unknown)" seems to be a loop from "Opus Dei" to announce it, but I'm not sure...

B6. "Pre-Encore Music" is a real mistery, as it seems to be a crazy live jam and I have no idea if it's a cover or an unreleased thing, but I've never hear it EVER before or after this gig!!!

Another good bootleg from Laibach can be found here:

But see my comment for the tracklist and the speed problem.

Fvj (fan from Laibach 'till 1987, first gig seen in 1989)

tristan.koreya said...

thanks a lot !

FvJ said...


You're welcome, but again, thank YOU for sharing those rarities with us all =:)