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  1.  
    This one, after I found it from an older CD-R compilation, definitely indicates that these were probably originally recorded from BBC 6 Music, but if you're not bothered about the 1x lossy version (available for nothing), please free yourself :-

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/8qg9bl

    but expanded to FLAC (so possibly wasting space - but, on the other hand, is there any evidence that anyone has this available in the original mp2 format?)

    TrackList (not including the DJ intro/outros) :-

    02 - 12XU
    03 - 1st Fast
  2.  
    Thanks also. Great versions. 1st Fast is superb.
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    Thanks !
  4.  
    thanks. downloaded it but not played it back yet. sure this session had 4 tracks , 2 old and 2 new.....
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    and now I see the "non-live" download as well ; is this all just the same session?
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    Could not post again until today because I lost my forum password after an operating system glitch, but now I'm back I can now confirm that this live studio session and interview was done (broadcast live) on the same day just after the recording from the previous weekend of "Wire All Tomorrow's Parties 2002" highlights (2 songs) had been played - so the date that this live session took place was any date between 22nd and 30th April 2002 inclusive that fell on either a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

    The other (non-live) BBC 6 Music session was a set of 3 studio songs that were recorded separately, presumably at London Maida Vale, and broadcast on Tom Robinson's show at a later date (probably early May 2002) than that of this live one.