Butthole Surfers ‎– Double Live

Label:
Latino Bugger Veil ‎– LBV 002
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered
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Tracklist

A1 Too Parter
A2 Psychedelic Jam
A3 Ricky
A4 Rocky
A5 Gary Floyd
B1 Florida
B2 John E. Smoke
B3 Tornadoes
B4 Pittsburg To Lebanon
B5 The One I Love
C1 Graveyard
C2 Sweatloaf
C3 Backass
C4 Paranoid
C5 Fast
D1 I Saw An X-Ray Of A Girl Passing Gas
D2 Strawberry
D3 Jimi
D4 Lou Reed

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Notes

Numbered edition of 10,000 copies.

Recorded on Panasonic SV-250 portable digital audio tape recorder.

Includes 8-page booklet containing concert reviews and announcements.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): LBV - 002 A MISFI SMI EUROPADISK DMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): LBV - 002 B EUROPADISK DMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, hand-etched): LBV 002 C EUROPADISK MISFI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, hand-etched): LBV - 002 D EUROPADISK DMM MISFI

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LBV 002, LBV 002CD Butthole Surfers Double Live(2xCD, Ltd, Num) Latino Bugger Veil, Latino Bugger Veil LBV 002, LBV 002CD US 1989 Sell This Version
NOT 4(BUT 5), none Butthole Surfers Double Live(2xLP, Rev) Not, Latino Bugger Veil NOT 4(BUT 5), none UK 1989 Sell This Version
LBV 002, LBV 002CD Butthole Surfers Double Live(2xCD) Latino Bugger Veil, Latino Bugger Veil LBV 002, LBV 002CD Germany Unknown Sell This Version
LBV 002CD Butthole Surfers Double Live(28xFile, MP3, 128) Latino Bugger Veil LBV 002CD US 2009
LBV 002, LBV 002C Butthole Surfers Double Live(2xCass, Ltd, Num) Latino Bugger Veil, Latino Bugger Veil LBV 002, LBV 002C US 1989 Sell This Version

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davess

davess

July 17, 2011
I have a version that was given to me by someone at Blast First Records in London in 1989 and has a mirror image of the cover. Also no inserts.
A72010

A72010

March 23, 2010

The best 'Butthole Surfers' Live album on double vinyl ! ! !

This LP is outstanding. The recording is very good and the concert itself must have been amazing to see live. It contains many of their early notable tracks as well as an REM cover ('The One I Love', Track B5) which is obviously a classic in its own right.

John E. Smoke live on Vinyl is one of the funniest songs i've enjoyed over the years in my collection. I love this double LP set. It also came out on CD but obviously since i only review vinyl this is the one i'd recommend.