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Foamin' At The Mouth Live
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Colonial Canine
Keith Pickens Drums, Vocals|
Michael Hannon Vocals, Bass
Steve Theado Guitar, Vocals
|1. ||Another Lost Weekend |
|2. ||Workin' Man |
|3. ||Shitkicker |
|4. ||Barely Half Alive |
|5. ||Blame It On the Booze |
|6. ||D-N-F |
|7. ||Got You By a Chain |
|8. ||Too Damn Sober |
|9. ||Hear Me Howlin' |
|10. ||Drank Too Much |
|11. ||I'll Drink To That |
|12. ||Bomber |
|13. ||Last of a Dying Breed |
|14. ||D-N-D |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 15, 2010 at 19:39|
|I love this band, and Foamin' At The Mouth is a great live album. Basically, they expanded the party-in-the-studio concept of Six-Pack to a full-length release. The song selection is a fine sampling, taking three songs from each previous release, throwing in a cover, and a joke-country bonus track. The drums pound, the bass pumps, the vocals snarl and Steve Theado rips it up throughout. Highlights would be stellar renditions of "Shitkicker," "Barely Half Alive," the always-entertaining "Drank Too Much," and the extended jam on "Too Damn Sober" (listen for the surprise snatch of "Earache My Eye" buried within). The sound quality is great, and the songs are all mearner and heavier than in their original versions, as all good live albums should be. A great introduction to the band's earlier work.
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