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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)
Catalog Number: FR CD 457
|1.||Forever More live||4:57||Listen|
|2.||I Wanna Live live||3:47||Listen|
|3.||Modern Day Cowboy live||5:40||Listen|
|4.||Heaven's Trail live||5:42||Listen|
|5.||What a Shame live||4:45||Listen|
|6.||Shine Away live||7:16||Listen|
|7.||Love Song live||7:29||Listen|
|8.||What You Give live||7:09||Listen|
|9.||The Way It Is live||6:09||Listen|
|10.||Breakin' Free live||5:15||Listen|
|11.||Hang Tough live||4:35||Listen|
|12.||So What! live||3:49||Listen|
|14.||Lil' Suzie live||4:41||Listen|
|15.||Into the Now live||5:13||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||79:50|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: January 7, 2011 at 13:28|
|A very raw-sounding live album, almost like a soundboard recording, when compared to the huge, boomy sound of RePlugged Live. Got to say it, though: Jeff Keith's voice is gone. And it ain't just this release: I've heard easily half a dozen bootlegs from the past few years, and in every one, he is obviously struggling. You can see him visually straining on the 2008 DVD. He cuts high notes short, or goes screechy, or adopts this weird, roof-of-the-mouth, baby-talk inflection. Several older songs are played in noticeably lower keys to help him out. It's sad, man. Tesla is one of my all-time favorite bands. Some of these songs hurt to hear.|
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