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Liver Than You'll Ever Be

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  • Audio CD (1 Dec. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Abraxas Records
  • ASIN: B0000YWHWU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 125,914 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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People have posted bad reviews of this, albeit of the version with a different picture cover. They hate the canned audience, saying its cheers are looped over and over. So what! The band slips up with the odd bum note every now and then, too. So what! The sound quality is less than astounding, too. So what! This is a document, the gig was live, musically, and any true Dead Boys fan will appreciate it as such. See beyond the crowd samples! It's the live Dead Boys you're passing to listen to, not perfection on a plate. Close your eyes and you are transported back in time, you're there... Stiv growls at you, then smiles, then assaults his mic stand again. There will never be a chance to see Dead Boys live again, for sad and obvious reasons, so this CD is the closest you'll get. This cd is like a living photograph of the past.. In my opinion, well worth getting. Maybe not If you are a purist, maybe not if you intend to play it on an ancient CD player through 5 watt ,bassless speakers. But if you are a true Dead Boys fan, get it. I assume you'll already have their Young, Loud.... and We Have Come...... albums. Both top ten punk albums for sure. This live album? It's like Stiv made you a present before he was killed. Here it is for you to take. Enjoy
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x93b93558) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x923bc714) out of 5 stars bad, very bad 7 April 2007
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Now let me just mention i love the dead boys, and i love every band Stiv has been in. but this cd is just plain bad. the audio of the audience is the same thing looped over and over again and sometimes during solos the sound of the audience over powers the sound of the guitar. thats pretty much what killed it for me. other than the audience i can deal with the quality, but i havent listened to this since the first time i bought it and i really never want to listen to it. stick with the studio stuff in my opinion.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9458ef90) out of 5 stars Dead Boys - 'Liver Than You'll Ever Be' (Pilot) 15 Dec. 2004
By Mike Reed - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
About as good as their 'Night Of The Living Dead Boys' live release (see my review). 'Liver Than You'll Ever Be' was recorded at the Ritz in New York City on December 26, 1987 on a brief reunion tour, I assume. Can see that vocalist Stiv Bator (R.I.P.) produced the record. As for live albums go, the sound is a bit rough but I doubt many fans would be disappointed with the mix of this CD. Tunes I liked hearing the most were "I Wanna Be A Dead Boy", "Ain't Nothin' To Do", the slamming "Son Of Sam", their Stooges cover "Search And Destroy", their Stones cover "Tell Me" and "3rd Generation Nation". The line-up here is: Bator - vocals, Cheetah Chrome - guitar, Jimmy Zero - rhythm guitar and Johnny Blitz - drums. What, no bass player? Sort of found it amusing toward the end of the set, when a couple of the band members were telling one another off SINCE this was the final gig of the tour anyway. Great all-American punk.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x998c90a8) out of 5 stars Good music, but horribly recorded.... 5 May 2003
By jamesh-lantern-media - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I like the Dead Boys music - alot... I realize that this music is not meant to be recorded clean... The grittier the better in my opinion... This is a band that usually sounds better live than recorded...
But.... This live album was really horribly recorded... It sounds as if it was recorded behind a loud fan (the cooling one, not someone who likes the band).. The sound cuts in and out very quickly (talk into a fan, and it sounds like what comes out the other end)
Also, their was large feedback "shrieks" that really should have been minimized in the editing room...
As much as I like their music, i had to turn this one off within 3 songs...
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