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Phish: Festival 8 Band To Play Last Record Alive
hotchkiss
hotchkiss
10/1/2009 04:55 PM

OK don't remember that post.

skunkape
skunkape
10/2/2009 12:32 AM

black sabbath...

Veektor
Veektor
10/2/2009 09:09 AM

Everyone already knows its gonna be GNR

ketolablue
ketolablue
10/2/2009 11:18 AM

obviously the choice should be ween. duh.

even though i am not sure they can do justice to Stroker Ace or The Grobe.

Putnameter
Putnameter
10/2/2009 12:57 PM

CCR Green River or Pink Floyd Meddle would be my picks.

bone33
bone33
10/2/2009 06:31 PM

Tales From Topographic Oceans by YES would be unreal!

lovejahlive
lovejahlive
10/2/2009 07:49 PM

Track listing

[edit] Side one

1. "Detroit Rock City" (Paul Stanley, Bob Ezrin) – 3:58

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

2. "King of the Night Time World" (Stanley, Ezrin, Kim Fowley, Mark Anthony) – 3:06

* Recorded at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, April 2, 1977

3. "Ladies Room" (Gene Simmons) – 3:11

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

4. "Makin' Love" (Stanley, Sean Delaney) – 3:13

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

5. "Love Gun" (Stanley) – 3:34

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

[edit] Side two

6. "Calling Dr. Love" (Simmons) – 3:32

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

7. "Christine Sixteen" (Simmons) – 2:45

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

8. "Shock Me" (Ace Frehley) – 5:51

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

9. "Hard Luck Woman" (Stanley) – 3:06

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, New York City, NY, September 1977

10. "Tomorrow and Tonight" (Stanley) – 3:20

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, NYC, NY, September 1977

[edit] Side three

11. "I Stole Your Love" (Stanley) – 3:36

* Recorded at soundcheck, The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-26, 1977

12. "Beth" (Peter Criss, Ezrin, Stan Penridge) – 2:24

* Recorded at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, April 2, 1977

13. "God of Thunder" (Stanley) – 5:16

* Recorded at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan April 2, 1977

14. "I Want You" (Stanley) – 4:14

* Recorded at Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, April 2, 1977

15. "Shout It Out Loud" (Stanley, Simmons, Ezrin) – 3:37

* Recorded at The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, August 25-28, 1977

[edit] Side four

(New studio tracks)

16. "All American Man" (Stanley, Sean Delaney) – 3:13 (Lead vocals - Paul Stanley)

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, NYC, NY, September 1977

17. "Rockin' in the U.S.A." (Simmons) – 2:44 (Lead vocals - Gene Simmons)

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, NYC, NY, September 1977

18. "Larger Than Life" (Simmons) – 3:55 (Lead vocals - Gene Simmons)

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, NYC, NY, September 1977

19. "Rocket Ride" (Frehley, Delaney) – 4:07 (Lead vocals - Ace Frehley)

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, NYC, NY, September 1977

20. "Any Way You Want It" (Dave Clark) – 2:33 (Lead vocals - Paul Stanley)

* Recorded at the Capital Theatre, Passaic, NJ and Electric Lady Studios, NYC, NY, September 1977

Several early copies of the album's cover feature a rare misprint of 3 additional songs ("Take Me," "Hooligan," and "Do You Love Me") with a slightly altered song order. None of these additional songs, however, appear on the LP. On this misprint, "Take Me" is after "Detroit Rock City," with "King of the Night Time World" appearing after "Ladies Room" on Side 1. Side 2 features "Hooligan" after the song "Shock Me," which is placed after "Hard Luck Woman." On Side 3, "Do You Love Me" appears after "God of Thunder," with "Beth" sandwiched between "I Want You" and "Shout It Out Loud." "Hooligan" and "Take Me" were performed on the Love Gun Tour of 1977, and "Do You Love Me" was performed on the Japanese tour of 1977 making their consideration for inclusion with the second live album possible.

Not gonna' happen....lol!

finkle
finkle
10/3/2009 10:06 AM

George Benson - Breezin

Old school santana 12 exitos grandos

grateful dead - in the dark (oh yeah)

marshall tucker band - anything

Kansas _ point of know return

theres a lot of good shit out there quit saying ccr and and GNR be a little creative

coker12
coker12
10/3/2009 10:37 PM

Doesn't anybody realize that the last album "alive" is a play on being dead, hince the dead...just my thoughts

StaggerLee24
StaggerLee24
10/4/2009 07:08 PM

I'm wondering if the song they'll pick will be from the list because it said those were possibilities, i really have my fingers crossed for a dead album even though i heard that they stopped practicing Workingman's Dead

chrisjmd
chrisjmd
10/5/2009 09:23 AM

Guys I am with you on the Dead...what a fitting album cover it would be!!!

mythmunky
mythmunky
10/5/2009 02:59 PM

Yes has been a clear influence on Trey's guitar playing (steve howe dominates all) and writing style for his longer compositions. Someone mentioned trey couldn't do the vocals, which is probably true but I bet that wouldn't stop them from trying. They could rock it out soo freakin hard. Your is no disgrace!!

oceanngrove
oceanngrove
10/5/2009 09:20 PM

i read an article a few years back which featured an interview with trey. he was praising the arcade fire and saying that "funeral" was his favorite album of that year. i think that album has a good fucking chance of making it.

also regarding the play on words, there has to be a connection with the album being named "Funeral" and the fact that they chose to "kill off" each album.

i hope they play it, cause its legit as fuck.

bigRizze
bigRizze
10/6/2009 07:25 PM

AMERICAN BEAUTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

hotchkiss
hotchkiss
10/6/2009 11:48 PM

Anyone else notice Trey's guitar photo shopped into Bruce's hands on the Born to Run album?

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