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Category: Hard Rock
Label: DeRock Records
Catalog Number: DERCD-9012
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Brian Vollmer lead vocals|
Daryl Gray bass, vocals, keyboards, percussion
Greg "Fritz" Hinz drums
Gary Borden rhythm guitars
Mark Chichkan lead guitars, vocals
Brent Doerner guitars
Paul Hackman guitars
Jamie Constant drums
Chris Caron bass
Rick Mead guitars
Chip Gall guitars
|1. ||Shock City Psycho Rock ||3:48|
|2. ||Wrecking Ball ||4:18|
|3. ||The Pusher ||4:47|
|4. ||Big Bang Boom ||3:02|
|5. ||The Same Room ||4:38|
|6. ||No Rest For the Wicked live ||5:23|
|7. ||Dirty Dog live ||3:31|
|8. ||Running Wild in the 21st Century live ||3:55|
|9. ||Animal House live ||4:15|
|10. ||When the Hammer Falls live ||2:55|
|11. ||Deep Cuts the Knife live ||4:16|
|12. ||Smile live ||0:48|
|13. ||Good To the Last Drop live ||4:01|
|14. ||Heavy Metal Love live ||5:34|
|15. ||Wild in the Streets live ||6:22|
|16. ||Rock You live ||4:44|
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|Total Running Time:|| 66:17|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 2, 2003 at 21:38|
|There are 5 new tracks here and 11 huge live tracks recorded over five years between 1992 and 1997. Great to hear some of the old tunes getting a spin and the live recording is excellent. The new tunes are much like one would expect. nothing has changed for Helix and Brian sounds in particular good vocal touch. All fans of Helix should have this.
||Date: September 4, 2003 at 15:05|
|Man do I enjoy live releases recorded in a club type atmosphere. Helix's new songs aren't great, but they're still better than what you'd get from most other bands that play this style. The live setlist is awesome. The spontenaiety is obvious and Vollmer's vocals transfer to the live show quite admirably. I'm not a ballad guy, but 'Good To The Last Drop' always gets me humming.
||Date: March 25, 2004 at 5:43|
|My first Helix CD. The new songs Rock and the old ones, well, of course the do.
||Date: March 25, 2004 at 5:43|
|My first Helix CD. The new songs Rock and the old ones, well, of course they do.
||Date: March 17, 2010 at 10:06|
|Since this CD contains both new studio tracks and live ones, the band undoubtedly thought they were being oh so clever by naming it "Half Alive," but while they may be good rock musicians, they kind of suck at math, because a more accurate album title would be "Two Thirds Alive," since only 5 of the 16 songs are studio tracks. Personally, I hate live albums like a cop hates missing his morning donut, but the new tunes are pretty good, about what you would expect from Helix. The album title still bugs me though...what ever happened to truth in advertising?
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