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Artist: W.A.S.P.

Title: Double Live Assassins

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1998

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: 86237


Blackie Lawless vocals, guitars
Chris Holmes guitars
Stet Howland drums
Mike Duda bass


Disc 1
1.  The Medley
I. On Your Knees
II. I Don't Need No Doctor
III. Hellion
IV. Chainsaw Charlie (Murders in the New Morgue)  
2.  Wild Child  6:03
3.  Animal (Fuck Like a Beast)  4:13
4.  L.O.V.E. Machine  4:16
5.  Killahead  3:51
6.  I Wanna Be Somebody  6:27
7.  U  5:34
8.  The Real Me   3:37  Cover: The Who
9.  Kill Your Pretty Face   6:34
10.  The Horror  9:10
Total Running Time:  61:17

Disc 2
11.  Blind in Texas  5:34
12.  The Headless Children  5:46
13.  The Idol  6:14
14.  The Crimson Idol Medley  10:37
15.  Little Death  4:17
16.  Mean Man  3:51
17.  Rock and Roll to Death  3:52
Total Running Time:  40:11

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Motley Date: October 28, 2001 at 10:41
A great live album from these monsters of rock even though LIVE IN THE RAW is the classic one!Its funny to hear The IDOL songs in liveversions and the great medley says it all. But since it's a doubel live album-why not drum or bass solo?!?!?

From: Tony Date: April 19, 2002 at 9:57
Worth it for the beginning medley alone. If you're noe air-guitaring and sweating profusely after hearing it then it's time for the Celine Dion albums mi amigo. Just awesome and the first cd in particular should leave you on the floor in a heap of sweat with a smile on your face.

From: Dusty Gibbons Date: February 25, 2003 at 22:12
At last a live album worthy of their fans love..

From: Fat Freddy Date: January 2, 2004 at 12:15
LIVE IN THE RAW always suffered from awful sound (it sounds like it was recorded from the arena's men's room) so the thick, full live sound of DOUBLE LIVE ASSASSINS completely smokes that oldie. This is how WASP really sound live! Amazingly, the songs off of the sub-par KFD album sound better on this live CD, without the electronic elements and production tricks. The opening medley and the medley of CRIMSON IDOL songs are worth the purchase price alone. One of the better live CDs in my collectio

From: Uusiolli Date: August 5, 2004 at 20:43
Nice to have a real live-record from WASP. Would have liked more material from Last Command though. 8/10

From: Chad Date: August 5, 2004 at 23:03
I am not a big fan of live albums but this one holds up. Blackie writes killer songs that he can pull off live. Saw him a few years back and he puts on a stellar show. I would liked to have heard more off the Last Command album too but the track listing is not horrible. What I would have really liked to have been included on this disk is The Flame. THAT tune kicks some serious Ass!!

From: poproxx2007 Date: December 22, 2005 at 23:44
I'm sure many of us have heard that this is not live. Its Live like Kiss Alive 3. Still some great moments. Loved the fact I could still buy a new WASP CD in 1998!

From: Aussie Dave Date: December 26, 2006 at 19:34
A pretty fine live release! A great medley to get things started which includes the classics - 'Hellion', 'On Your Knees', 'I Don't Need No Doctor' and 'Chainsaw Charlie'. Good sound and the band are tight. They could have left off 'The Horror' and 'Kill Your Pretty Face', but besides that, the track list is pretty strong. Never saw them live this tour, so it's nice to have the album, but WASP were always a visual band, so i'm waiting for them to release a great live dvd. 8/10.....

From: Metal T Date: July 5, 2007 at 8:46
Well....anyone who thinks that DLA' isn't a "real" live record is a complete f**king imbecile! This absolutely smokes their "Live In The Raw" ...which features Steve Riley and that horrible pots and pans drum sound.Too bad Chris Holmes is no longer in the band. ----

From: kai Date: July 23, 2008 at 22:52
Very good live album with a very good setlist. WASP delivers all their firepower in this release, and even the songs of the experimental "KFD" sound stronger. The only negative point I found on this album are the medleys : they shoud have included the full songs, not part of them!!!

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