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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Castle Communications
Catalog Number: CLA269
Eric Bloom guitar, keyboards, vocals|
Albert Bouchard guitar, drums, vocals
Joe Bouchard bass, vocals
Allen Lanier guitar, keyboards
Donald Roeser guitar, vocals
|1. ||Stairway to the Stars live |
|2. ||Harvester of Eyes live |
|3. ||Cities on Flame live |
|4. ||Me 262 live |
|5. ||Dominance and Submission live |
|6. ||Astronomy live |
|7. ||Buck's Boogie live |
|8. ||This Ain't the Summer of Love live |
|9. ||Born to Be Wild live || ||Cover: Steppenwolf|
|10. ||(Don't Fear) The Reaper live |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 14, 2002 at 3:05|
|The sound quality on this cd isn't great, but its better than a bootleg. A must for hardcore BOC fans, but casual fans should get "On Your Feet..." instead.
||Date: May 28, 2003 at 3:53|
|Sound production is muddy. Would have been a great effort. Still is has its moments.
||Date: March 26, 2004 at 13:05|
|Poor sound, a band with such heavy metal thunder and complex musical ideas doesn't deserve to be heard through a Radio Shack pillow speaker.
||Date: December 2, 2004 at 15:39|
|Ouch! Great band, tinty sound. Whatever was Castle thinking? Maybe something like; Throw this one at 'em. It'll pacify for awhile.
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