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#41 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.56
X-E's co-Worst Poster of all time! Jkyle.com says:


    Originally posted by Socks

      Originally posted by AngryJohnny
      2 pages with no mention of Hell Freezes Over or The Dance? I'm SHIZZOCKED.

      Weezer's Butterfly also kicks the world's ass several times.



    I will agree with Weezer! The rest....errr....no!

Oh I KNOW you didn't just ride Fleetwood or da Eagles....

hold me back Charlie... hold me back!

Well, at least someone else here likes Weezer.



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Since: 11.7.02
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#42 Posted on
I forgot about the Eagles' Hell Freezes Over.

That CD was so good I had to steal it from my dad. It wasn't in the BMG club, and it was too expensive in the stores.

A great 10 minute performance of Hotel California.
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Since: 7.11.02
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#43 Posted on

    Originally posted by canucklover
    I have a limited edition LP of Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble Live at the El Mocambo in Toronto. It was supposed to be just for record company execs etc and has never had widespread commercial release (I found it in a used record store a few years ago). It shows Stevie at the height of his powers before the heroin problems kicked in and absolutely blows away the Live Alive album which was widely released.

    I miss Stevie...


    edit: spelling

    (edited by canucklover on 14.4.03 1118)



You can get SRV 'Live at the El Mocambo' on DVD or on VHS. Also, his Austin City Limits live stuff is really good, but nothing matches the ferocity or energy of the El Mocambo stuff (which was taped in 1983, if memory serves).
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Since: 16.7.02
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#44 Posted on
Sweet...I'll have to pick that up.

Thanks, Corajudo!



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Since: 21.7.02
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#45 Posted on
The Pogues..."Streams of Whiskey", Patti Smith..."In Heat from DC to London", Radiohead..."I Might Be Wrong" and an oldie but goodie...The Allman Brothers..."Live from the Filmore East".


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#46 Posted on
Three CDs come to mind:

(1) KISS: MTV Unplugged.

(2) Tracy Lawrence Live

(3) The Arrogant Worms: Live Bait.



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Since: 21.7.02
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#47 Posted on
5 cds of fun if you like it. "So Many Roads" Grateful Dead.

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Since: 26.6.02
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#48 Posted on

My faves are:

1) Iron Maiden: Live After Death
2) Ministry: In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up
3) U2: Under a Blood Red Sky



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Since: 18.3.02
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#49 Posted on

Cheap Trick - Live at Budokan

Speaking of which, does anyone know what the hell the crowd is chanting during "I want you to want me"?








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Since: 11.2.03
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#50 Posted on

    Originally posted by cranlsn
    Cheap Trick - Live at Budokan

    Speaking of which, does anyone know what the hell the crowd is chanting during "I want you to want me"?




They're filling in the echoed vocal effects from the studio version. "Didn't I didn't I didn't I see you cryingcryingcrying".
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Since: 4.1.02
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#51 Posted on
Ramones: It's Alive is my favorite of all time. Nirvana unplugged gets honorable mention.



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Since: 10.10.02
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#52 Posted on
Another one I like a lot would be Stop Making Sense by the Talking Heads. Awesome album.



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Since: 1.3.02
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#53 Posted on
Queen: Rocks

Vastly underrated double live album. Has all the songs that matter.




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Since: 30.1.03
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#54 Posted on

    Originally posted by Bizzle Izzle

    My faves are:

    1) Iron Maiden: Live After Death
    2) Ministry: In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up
    3) U2: Under a Blood Red Sky



I can't believe it took this long to mention "Under a Blood Red Sky!" That's got to be my vote- what a great album!
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"Atari Teenage Riot live in Philadelphia" came packaged with the 60 second wipeout album for a while and it Kicks ASS!!
Also worth mentioning is "Smell of Female" by the Cramps and "Evillive" by the Misfits.



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Speaking of ATR, Live at Brixton Academy is great fun to spring on people when they say they don't mind what you play.



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Since: 18.6.02
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#57 Posted on
Would Nirvana: From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah count (a collection of songs from live performances)?

I always LOVED Nirvana's live performance sound. It's why I was never a huge fan of Nevermind. Sure, the album's great. But it sounds way to "studio perfected". To get the full sense of Nirvana, you HAVE to hear a live performance of theirs. That's the REAL Nirvana!



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Since: 16.7.02
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#58 Posted on

    Originally posted by OMEGA
    Would Nirvana: From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah count (a collection of songs from live performances)?

    I always LOVED Nirvana's live performance sound. It's why I was never a huge fan of Nevermind. Sure, the album's great. But it sounds way to "studio perfected". To get the full sense of Nirvana, you HAVE to hear a live performance of theirs. That's the REAL Nirvana!



A reason why the Outcesticide bootlegs are great to have. I think there is probably 6 of them, with the first one being the best.

No one else mention B.B. King's Live at the Regal, which saddens me a bit, but I understand.



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