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Live Wired
Front Line Assembly
Live Wired
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (9) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (7) - Disc #2


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All Artists: Front Line Assembly
Title: Live Wired
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Metropolis Records
Release Date: 9/24/1996
Album Type: Live
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaCD Credits: 3
UPCs: 4001617432600, 782388002622

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Bill Leeb is the industrial God | Santa Clarita, CA | 04/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I got this boxed set a while ago, and to my suprise it was the best Front Line Assembly album I've ever heard, although I'm kinda partial to live albums. Bill Leeb (front man of FLA) sings his heart out at this show and the cool thing about this set is that there's a neat pewter FLA pin and a awesome video which has concert footage and music videos for some great Front Line songs. I think that this set is a definate must have for anyone who likes FLA!"
Some live versions are cool!!! some are disappointing!!!
D. M. MATALLIN | Valencia, Spain | 06/30/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This double live cd is a useful review on the music FLA had done up to that time (1996) and overall is a good live cd. FLA have a very powerful live, they control live electronics with utter perfection, and if you like Leeb's voice at the studio, you'll like it live. The cd contains songs from 'Disorder', 'Caustic Grip', 'Tactical neural Implant', 'Millenium', 'Hard Wired' and 'Plasticity'. I really miss some song from 'Gashed Senses & Crossfire' (maybe 'Shutdown', 'Digital Tension Dementia' or 'Big Money') The majority of the songs are very well chosen and perfectly performed: 'Bio-Mechanic', 'Resist', 'Surface patterns', 'Gun', 'Mindphaser', these are maybe the best. But I have some complaints, things which could have made a better album out of this. First, some songs are not good enough: 'Vigilante' & 'Overkill' are neither representative nor good enough to be in this cd, in my opinion. And at the same time, there're wondeful songs such as 'Infra Red Combat', 'Iceolate', 'Threshold' or 'This faith' which are absent, and that's a pity really. Secondly, I think that some songs, although being very good, are not performed brilliantly: I refer basically to 'Circuitry' and 'Plasticity'. 'Body Count' is an unexpected song but as it's one of the first FLA hits it's nice to see it here."