Favourite Live Albums.

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  1. Bovril

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    You should they are brilliant live seen them lots of times, White Noise is a clever track which if you have an open mind you will realise what they are getting at.

    Edit: Closed Groove is my favourite track on this album, great end to the album, which is controversial as was recently challenged by a poster (Can't remember who).
     
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  2. Rhineland

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    Iron Maiden - Live after Death


    AC/DC - If you want blood

    Scorpions - World Wide Live

    The Mission - No Snow No Show for the Eskimo


    Slayer - Decade of Aggression


    Overkill - Wrecking your Neck

    Sodom - Mortal way of Live
     
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  4. Ric

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    First time I’ve agreed with you in a while, but am with you on Rank! Love the two medleys (Rusholme Ruffians/Marie’s the Name and Rubber Ring/What She Said). A band at their peak. Just gutted that I was only 9 at the time so never got to see them live.
     
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    Dr Feelgood Stupidity
     
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  6. Mad Eyed Screamer

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    Only ever bought 2 live albums. Not a fan.
    Bought The Smiths Rank as it had Marie's The Name on it, not available elsewhere, and Siouxsie & The Banshees Nocturne double live album as I was there at the Royal Albert Hall on one of the 2 nights it was recorded.
    Other than that, never bothered. Never collected bootlegs either.
     
  7. OB1

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    Live Rust and Seconds Out should both be in the list; I'm sure I've missed others. I like live albums.

    Not sure if they will happen but I have tickets to see Steve Hackett perform Seconds Out and for the Genesis reunion.
     
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  8. moggymoz

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    Ted Nugent

    Double Live Gonzo

     
  9. nimrod

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    I'm not a fan of live albums, most aren't truly live anyway.
    I did buy the one Arthur Lee did a few years ago. He put a great band together and reproduced the Love album, Forever Changes.
    Neil Diamonds Hot August Night was very good.
     
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