Glueams has been played on NTS in shows including Yesterday's News, featured first on 13 February 2019. Songs played include Strassen and Mental. Glueams has been played on NTS in shows including Yesterday's News, featured first on 13 February 2019. Original source Last.
Live at Wembley is a 1987 live album by Meat Loaf. It was recorded live at Wembley Arena in London March 1–2, 1987. Meat Loaf's brother-in-law Tom Edmonds co-produced and mixed the album, which featured arrangements by Meat Loaf, Steve Buslowe, and Bob Kulick. The touring continued mainly as a ploy to keep Meat Loaf in the public eye and out of bankruptcy.
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The live album Weld captured the best moments on a two-CD set. The 14-minute rendition of "Like A Hurricane" remains one of the best version of the tune, while concert staples "Cortez The Killer," "Powderfinger" and "Hey Hey, My My (In The Black)" have never sounded so vital. Side B of the first Stooges live album is, purportedly, one of the gnarliest rock shows ever recorded. For weeks before the February 1974 gig, Stooges frontman Iggy Pop had gleefully engaged in public beef with a motorcycle gang called the Scorpions.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Glueams
- Copyright (c) – Glueams
- Pressed By – Turicaphon AG
- Bass – GT*
- Drums – Marco Repetto
- Guitar – Huri*, Martin Pavlinec
- Mastered By – R. SO.*
- Vocals – Dorette Schmidt
NotesRecorded in Emmen (Luzern, Switzerland) on november 3rd 1979 at the "Swiss Punk Now Festival"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): EP - 33-427 A³ R. SO. SWISS MADE [Turicaphon Logo]
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): EP - 33-427 B² R. SO. SWISS MADE [Turicaphon Logo]
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