Anti-Flag ‎– Live Acoustic At 11th Street Records

Spinefarm Records ‎– SPINE773060
Vinyl, LP, Album, Clear


A1 Fabled World 3:19
A2 This Is the End 3:43
A3 Broken Bones 5:12
A4 Brandenburg Gate 4:20
A5 1915 4:34
B1 One Trillion Dollars 3:21
B2 Without End 3:35
B3 Turncoat 3:07
B4 Die For The Government 4:04

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2000 Copies Limited Edition Clear Vinyl - Record Store Day Release, contains download code.

Recorded at 11th Street Records on 5/22/15.

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  • Barcode (Scan): 602547730602
  • Barcode (Text): 0 602547 730602



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September 16, 2016

Justin Sane is no stranger to playing acoustic, and I’ve enjoyed some of his solo stuff. For the release of Anti-Flag’s most recent full-length American Spring, Justin and Chris #2 played an acoustic show in a record store and recorded this LP in the process. I picked it up in the rush to buy some Record Store Day 2016 releases from, despite probably having listened to enough live Anti-Flag material.

The quality of the recording and the performance are both excellent for a live record, and accompanied by just the right amount of crowd participation. Changes from the studio versions of these songs are interesting enough to warrant a listen. Older songs ‘Turncoat’ and ‘Die For The Government’ are on here, but despite their familiarity they seem weaker than the more recently penned tracks. I streamed American Spring when it came out but I didn’t exactly get hooked on it. This LP gave 3 of the tracks a second chance with me, and I think I’ll go and have another listen to the album as a result.

Of course, there’s the obligatory Anti-Flag socialist sermon. And why not? Justin Sane is a good orator and talks sense. Though someone involved in the recording might disagree, as the end of side A seems to cut Justin off mid-sentence.