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  • Audio CD (25 April 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Roir
  • ASIN: B00000DHWH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By on 10 Jan. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This live album captures the Dictators at their peak. They rattle through some of the greatest moments from their three albums at a faster pace than the studio versions and there is terrific energy in the performance. Sadly there is no Sleeping with the TV On, Cars and Girls or California Sun but the rest of the classics are here. It is amazing how good these songs still sound and I will never understand why the Tators weren't absolutely HUGE.
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By lee on 20 Jun. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
great cd all the best songs on here to a great crowd apparently this was the dictators comeback they were a hit ross the boss excellent as ever on lead guitar this guy really is something hadnt heard of him till i listened to the dictators check em out on youtubemusic and hansome dick manitoba as he calls himself u certainly hear his voice...(think he loves himself a bit but hey why not someone has to.) anyway all in all a great cd to buy for the dictators fan and musics so much better live.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
This is the face of pure rock and roll... 24 April 2000
By Monkey Knuckle Asteroid - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Yes. Good. Finally this is available with bonus tracks and is on CD and is as good as it ever was. You should buy this. It is good rock and roll, it is live in NY, it is loud and abrasive and melodic and like a sing-a-long at the end of the world. Notable tracks such as "Loyola" and "Search and Destroy" and "Master Race Rock" and "Baby Let's Twist" are completely satisfying on every ostensible level....the stage patter from Handsome Dick Manitoba fulfills and exceeds expectations...for the price, you'd be hard pressed to find an album that better represents a band's energy and sound on stage and makes you just want to get up and dance on a car hood all night long....
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Raw, unpolished, perfect 31 Jan. 2009
By Bloodbath_and_Beyond - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you're a fan of the Dictators, you're probably aware of this awesome live album. But if you're not, as this point in 1981, the band had three albums under their belt, all classics but nothing to show for it. At this point they had every now and then gigs, and this, originally recorded and released on cassette in 81, featured 12 great performances. When it came out on cd, they added 3 bonus cuts, which defiently makes this essential. Retitled "New York New York", the band wisely makes most use of their first and third albums while the second was an attempt at a more mainstream sound, it is considered their weakest. However, instead of just basically reproducing their two strong efforts, they added in some cool covers, and a few Adny Shernoff (bass player/sometimes vocalist/leader of the band for new fans) songs. Of course opening up with their epic Next Big Thing was the obvious pic, however Science Gone Too Far, which was the best song off their preceived "weak" sophomore album is quite a Taters classic and gets a brutal treatment here. The band pics their cover of Search & Destroy from the same album and lends itself to a hysterical brief "folk" false start opening, showing truely what a mezmerizing time it was to see these guys if you were a real fan of rock and understand all of its serious and cliche sides.From the second album is Young Fast & Scientific, which is actually labeled wrong on the album as the chorus lyric "Rock And Roll Made A Man Out Of Me". Also off the first album you get another of the key cuts from that release, Weekend, as well as one of the bands trademark songs Two Tub Man, and Master Race Rock. From their awesome third album Bloodbrothers, you get Bornero Jimmy, and Minnesota Strip, and one of the best songs off this release, Baby Let's Twist along with the ripping Faster And Louder. While Science, Weekend, Big Thing, and Twist are the choice cuts Dictator songs here, you get some really good covers that rank as some of the most playable songs here. Shernoff's own song Loyola is great, packing a more mellower sing along feel, it actually crafts a nice moment of pop perfection for the boys.(NY's other underground king band) Velvet Underground's What Goes On is great, featuring some top flight riffing from Top Ten and Ross the Boss. Shernoff's other contributions New York New York is a decent hometown anthem. Rounding out this collection of brisk raw rockers is a cover of Mott The Hoople's Moon Upstairs. Any true rock fan who is aware of Mott, tips their hat to the Taters for picking a song from another criminally underlooked band that made great music on every album they put out. The best thing about this though, is that yeah, perhaps its just another live album but not really, it's raw, totally unpolished, shows what a great fun band these guys were on stage, and the Handsome one's side splitting stage tactics never get tiring. This is just as worth having as their other four albums for sure. It plays almost as a seperate record itself, not just another filler for your collection to say you have everything, these versions are much dirtier and heavier than the studio albums albeit not the slightest thing against them.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
the dictators live - new york new york 8 Mar. 2007
By Jeff M. Mcdonald - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
the dictators rule!!! if you like live,raw,loud,rock n roll,this is for you. i saw the dictators with ac/dc and thin lizzy back in 9/24/1978 in omaha,ne. what a show! get this and enjoy. rock on/bush hog
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