Coil ‎– Porto

Not On Label (Coil) ‎– none
CD, Limited Edition, Partially Unofficial


1 Blue Rats 18:14
2 Triple Sun 12:56
3 Radio Westin 13:32
4 Drip Drop 10:04
5 The First Five Minutes After Death 11:24

Companies, etc.

  • Glass Mastered AtSondex



NOTE: this release is sourced from an mp3.

An "authorised bootleg" recording of Coil's live performance on June 21st 2003 in Porto, Portugal.

The package, contained within a clear plastic wallet, includes one audio CD and one clear plastic CD-size disc with text printed onto it. Also included are printed acetates displaying biological micrographs in colour, and printed semi-transparent paper inserts containing single colour designs.

6 different editions exist with slightly different inserts and different colour printing on the clear plastic disc. Each of the 6 editions is limited to 100 numbered copies (making 600 copies total).

The 6 editions, identified by the colour of the print on the single coloured paper inserts are: White, black, red, blue, pink, purple.

The final new copies of this release were made available for sale via Coil's Threshold House website on 1st February 2008. The line-up for the recorded show was also given on the Coil site, but does not appear on the release itself. Jhonn Balance does not appear on this recording.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on a plastic wallet): 5 600323 960972
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI LH02
  • Matrix / Runout: [Sondex logo] LN76 59479 6185 8/9/2006
  • Mastering SID Code: LN76

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Coil Porto(CD, Ltd, P/Unofficial, Pin) Not On Label (Coil) none Portugal 2006 Sell This Version
none Coil Porto(CD, Ltd, P/Unofficial) Not On Label (Coil) none Portugal 2006 Sell This Version
none Coil Porto(CD, Ltd, Pur) Not On Label (Coil) none Portugal 2006 Sell This Version
none Coil Porto(CD, P/Unofficial, Ltd, 7th) Not On Label (Coil) none Portugal 2014 Sell This Version
none Coil Porto(CD, Ltd, Blu) Not On Label (Coil) none Portugal 2006 Sell This Version


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September 19, 2016
While I have to agree with Nostradamus7 comments RE: the sound quality - it IS a bootleg recording after all - as a collectible item it rates highly in my estimation. The packaging is unique & the sound quality, while far from "lossless" isn't all THAT bad. In fact, I'd rate it about 6.5 on a 10 scale in sound quality, that is not great but by no means bad or even poor sound quality. Hence I agree that buying a FLAC file is a waste of money. If you're a collector who appreciates the object as well as the content this is a nifty package that takes little space, the performance & sound quality aren't the best but are still very worthwhile documents, particularly if you are a true fan of this band...R.I.P.


July 11, 2008
One of the more popular Coil bootleg recordings sales wise. Even the official thresholdhouse picked up this recording and is selling Flacs and Mp3s, its just a shame that this bootleg was sourced from a lossy mp3 found on the internet (as a result the threshold flacs are lossy sourced as well), or it may be worth the cost.

Live Coil bootlegs are widely traded but lossless ones are almost impossible to find.

Skip this release, don't be naive to assume its got a lossless sourced, don't be naive to assume any bootleg has a lossless source until tested, this one was tested spectrally and failed. You'd be paying for a CD when you can download the source mp3 from the internet.