I was very excited to receive my copy of this bootleg, and having purchased some Pearl Jam concerts previously, I expected a lot more quality. Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m not comparing the two bands at all, but live recordings should have a higher quality standard than the one found on this record. I understand that they’re a “new band”, and their live material is quite limited, but come on! They should have picked better material to put on the record. It’s very short and badly mixed. I guess the only thing that kept me from throwing it in my “crappy cd” pile, was the autographed cover. If you want live material, buy the DVD instead. It also has some faults, but it’s far better than this CD. More material, and perfomed a lot better.
Japanese pressing of this 1977 live album, packaged in a miniature LP sleeve. For over 30 years, Kiss have been one of the best-selling Rock bands in history. Since the Japanese min-LP sleeves were introduced into the marketplace, it was no surprise to find that Kiss have sold more CDs in this limited edition format than any other artist. 20 tracks including ’Detroit Rock City’, ’Calling Dr. Love’, ’Beth’ and more. Distriibuted for a limited time in Europe with new UPC number. Universal.
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Ok when I heard that Chevelle was releasing a live cd I was like oh my gosh I hope it sounds good. Well when I got this for christmas I was like this is nice and I couldn’t believe how awesome it sounded. I love the way they make pretty much every song choppy or clumpy sounding. Plus the way they do vocals is different and its kinda cool. So if you like live cds b/c of there energy then this cd is worth the $10. If you really like Chevelle then get this cd and watch for there new album to drop in Sept. Check it out for yourself
After seeing Chevelle live in Athens, Georgia, I’m firmly convinced that they are the best live band I’ve ever seen. The intensity and chemistry of the Loeffler brothers is unparalleled and makes them absolutely dynamic on stage. This CD could be longer, but seeing as it was released before This Type of Thinking, it makes sense. The songs are of great quality for a live CD and the music is as intense as ever. Worth it.
I should say this is the best live album i’ve ever heard…I live the lurching riffs, and the high and low vocals of the songs. I don’t really likea lot of music with high screaming vocals, but they really compliment the music. If you never heard Chevelle before I suggest you pick up a cd….i think point #1 is the best CD i’ve heard so far….
Wonder What’s Next was a very solid album. The songwriting was incredibly simplistic, but the melodies were catchy, the sound was hard and tight, and Pete’s voice shined. A lot of the greatness of the sound could probably be attributed to lots of studio time, and work with producer GGGarth. After hearing WWW, Live from the Road was, to say the least, a disappointment. The vocals were very weak and often off key. He often sang an octave below what he sang on the CD. The high notes he attempted were often missed. He barely put any power into his singing either. This is incredibly apparent in the verses of Family System, which were remarkably passionate on the studio CD. Let’s move on to instrumentation. The guitar tone was CRAP. Plus all of Pete’s guitar playing was profoundly sloppy. The guitars and bass were out of tune on many songs. Plus the CD just sounds like poop. The drums were not recorded well, and they are way too quiet. Terrible mix job. All around, a disappointment. Sorry guys. This is for die-hard fans only.