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Live in Japan
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: MCA Records
Catalog Number: MCAD-10024
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Jack Blades lead vocals, bass|
Brad Gillis lead and rhythm guitars, background vocals
Kelly Keagy lead vocals, drums
Jeff Watson lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars
Jesse Bradman keyboards
|1. ||Touch Of Madness live ||5:16|
|2. ||When You Close Your Eyes live ||4:34|
|3. ||Man In Motion live ||4:13|
|4. ||Don't Start Thinking (I'm Alone Tonight) live ||5:02|
|5. ||Let Him Run live ||3:19|
|6. ||Goodbye live ||2:55|
|7. ||Reason To Be live ||4:16|
|8. ||Four In The Morning live ||3:48|
|9. ||Sister Christian live ||5:16|
|10. ||Don't Tell Me You Love Me live ||6:46|
|11. ||Halfway To The Sun live ||5:27|
|12. ||(You Can Still) Rock In America live ||4:52|
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|Total Running Time:|| 55:44|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 19, 2002 at 12:15|
|One of the great live bands of this style of music. Seriously if you never have check these guys out live. As par the course for melodic rock bands these guys come across way heavier live than on album and this cd is indicative of that. Nothing that's gonna change music forever here but none the less a fun good time live album with just some great guitar work.
||Date: August 11, 2002 at 19:49|
|Pretty good live album overall, but the version of "Sister Christian" is disappointing.
||Date: May 10, 2003 at 16:22|
|Check out the new live CD from these guys. It blows this one out of the water.
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