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Label: Triple X Records
Catalog Number: XXX0051286
|1.||Dancin' With the Angels live|
|2.||Livin' Dangerously live|
|3.||Nothin' to Lose demo|
|4.||Never Goin' Home demo|
|5.||All Night Long demo|
|6.||Keyboard Solo live|
|7.||So Good, So Bad demo|
|8.||Screamin' S.O.S. live|
|9.||Cry No More demo|
|10.||Messed Up World demo|
|11.||Sons and Daughters live|
|12.||Mother Blues live|
|13.||All Shook Up demo|
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|From: tomcat||Date: October 8, 2003 at 5:54|
|i never understood the use of this album but hey...anything with pearcy ROCKS|
|From: Jason||Date: November 3, 2003 at 17:33|
|Great CD!!!!!!!!! For once they released something LIVE! A little different from Ratt but anything w/ Stephen Pearcy is good!!!!!!!! A must have for those who dig Stephen Pearcy's sound.|
|From: mac||Date: November 9, 2003 at 14:45|
|hey guys.....arcade its a little bit better than ratt....it souds like the ratt early days..great to have a live album from them...awsome performance on livin' dangerously!!!!|
|From: D.C.||Date: February 4, 2004 at 2:10|
|To tomcat, Jason, and Mac, I thank you. Rock on!|
|From: CC||Date: January 28, 2005 at 10:11|
|While I'm a big fan of Ratt,Pearcy & Arcade,I found this release pretty pointless as I'd rather have heard demos of songs that didnt go on any albums rather than demos of songs that did!|
|From: speed demon||Date: March 29, 2006 at 16:42|
|Not a bad album. I perfer it over A/2. If you are new to the Arcade disc's I would suggest Arcade (s/t) first, this one next and the (A/2)last. I have been informed they have a A/4 also. I haven't heard it yet so I can't give a review. Maybe someone can give us one. Again I own the first 3 and I will take em over most of the crap that was playing on the radio during the time.|
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