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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Metal
Japanese-only mini-album featuring eight tracks recordedlive from the UNO Arena in New Orleans in 1997, includingthe funky alternative rocker's hit 'Down', plus 'Homebrew','Light Years', 'Beautiful Disaster', 'Applied Scie... more »
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Japanese-only mini-album featuring eight tracks recordedlive from the UNO Arena in New Orleans in 1997, includingthe funky alternative rocker's hit 'Down', plus 'Homebrew','Light Years', 'Beautiful Disaster', 'Applied Science','Feels So Good', 'Freak Out' and 'Misdirected Hostility'.1998 Capricorn release. NOTE: contains completely differentartwork & booklet than the U.S. release 'Live'. Alsocontains different live versions of songs than the onesfound on the U.S. release 'Live'.
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One of the best live albums.
the_accolade | Burleson, Texas | 11/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you're not familiar with 311 or you're new, this album is a must for all fans alike. There are no fillers in this one and it's sure to keep you pleased. A fine note: We're tributed to a drum solo by Chad Sexton on Applied Science. Chad is an awesome drummer and you shouldn't look him over. There are also solos from P-Nut and Tim Mahoney. The quality isn't bad, and I prefer some of these songs live rather then the studio versions. Some great examples are Omaha Stylee, Hydroponic, Who's Got the Herb, Beautiful Disaster, and Nix Hex.Put it in, press play, and enjoy."
GO SEE THEM LIVE
Quentin Tarantino Fan | nowhere | 07/29/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If you haven't seen 311 live, do it now! Seriously, this album proves that they sound just as great.
Unfortunatly, this is just a souvenir. It does feature three ample changes (applied Science with it's drum solo, ) and 2 songs not featured on the albums (well, one's rare, who's got the Herb makes it's only appearance here). These songs are must here's, but the rest are just a souvenir, with the atmosphere that most people love. I would rather just see them live whenever I can. I reccomend finding a way to pay for the live songs on a service.
This ain't the live expirence. See them live instead, then save the rest for an afterthought. Do the rest.
Christian A. Prada | St. Louis | 01/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album ranks in the top three albums of all time. This band is simply the best...nobody can match their punk, funk, rock sound. A must have."