Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Foot in Mouth
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
Limited edition 1997 Japanese release on Reprise with 11 live tracks from various 1995-1996 shows in Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Prague and Tokyo. Five of the tracks are previously unreleased live recordings: 'F.O.D.', 'Whe... more »
Limited edition 1997 Japanese release on Reprise with 11 live tracks from various 1995-1996 shows in Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Prague and Tokyo. Five of the tracks are previously unreleased live recordings: 'F.O.D.', 'When I Come Around', 'Going To Pasalaqua', 'Geek Stink Breath' and 'Stuck With Me'.
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Hannah Dirnt | EBPM | 03/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"i'd give this 10 stars, if i could! this was the 4th green day, well 'thing' i guess, that i bought(i acctaully found it at tower records for much cheeper then this), i'd had had AI, insomniac, and bullet in a bible before hand. it has awesome awesome awesome preformances, for ALL the songs on it, some which i greatly prefer over the studio recs. its a really wonderful line up aswell, except that at the end of FOD, billie does the 'hey-oh' thing into the crowd he does at alot of concerts, so not a terrific way to end, it makes you want more. but, really, even though it is an EP, it is still by far my favorite CD of all that i own. truely superb."
The way a GD performance should be
Stefan J. Ozuna | 12/05/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sometimes you have a concert that seperates tracks, simply because it takes place in two to three seperate shows. Then you have a concert album where you can't tell where it was recorded and it gives you powerful track after powerful track. This is that concert album. GD puts on a great show with "Foot In Mouth", an imported album from Japan. Contains 11 tracks, all of which are great, and it's enough to make you go out and buy more. "Going To Pasalaqua" opens the show with outrageous energy and ends with "F.O.D". The only way this could be a all-time great album is if it had the audio quality of "Bullet In A Bible"........actually, scratch that. The audio quality of this album is one that gives you a feel of actually being there, which is even better. Long Live Green Day!"