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Artist: Thunder

Title: Rough And Ready

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2011

Label: STC Recordings

Catalog Number: STC2011-1

Personnel

Danny Bowes vocals
Ben Matthews guitar, keyboards
Luke Morley guitar
Chris Childs bass
Harry James drums

Disc 1 & 2 Recorded live straight off the mixing desk at Club Citta, Kawasaki, Japan on July 3rd 2005.
Disc 3 & 4 Recorded using the Thunder Mobile at Shepherds Bush Empire, London UK on March 10th 2005.

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Loser  
2.  Amy's On The Run  
3.  Higher Ground  
4.  I'm Dreaming Again  
5.  Monkey See Monkey Do  
6.  You Can't Keep A Good Man Down  
7.  Don't Wait For Me  
8.  The Gods Of Love  
9.  River Of Pain  

Disc 2
10.  Until My Dying Day  
11.  Fade Into The Sun  
12.  I Love You More Than Rock'n'Roll  
13.  She's So Fine  
14.  Low Life In High Places  
15.  Dirty Love  
16.  A Better Man  
17.  Pinball Wizard    Cover: The Who

Disc 3
18.  Loser  
19.  Amys On The Run  
20.  Higher Ground  
21.  Im Dreaming Again  
22.  Monkey See Monkey Do  
23.  You Cant Keep A Good Man Down  
24.  Dont Wait For Me  
25.  The Gods Of Love  
26.  Stand Up  

Disc 4
27.  Love Walked In  
28.  Fade Into the Sun  
29.  I Love You More Than Rock 'n' Roll  
30.  Backstreet Symphony  
31.  A Better Man  
32.  Dirty Love  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Reverend Mayhem Date: October 1, 2013 at 11:01
Oh joy, yet ANOTHER live Thunder compilation. (*sniff sniff* I smell sarcasm.) I love this band like no other, but seriously -- does the world really need fifty live versions of "River of Pain" and the eternal "Dirty Love"? Yeah, I know the boys wanna keep the brand name afloat since Luke jumped ship for The Union, but c'mon lads -- just go ahead and re-form (again) and put out some new material. You know you really want to, and we'd all be better off. (Although after the wretched effort that was "Bang!" maybe that's not true...) 1 / 100 rating since we've all heard these songs done live a billion times before and there's nothing different to be heard in any of them here.


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