Pop Will Eat Itself ‎– At Weirds Bar And Grill

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Tracklist

1 England's Finest 0:51
2 Eat Me Drink Me Love Me Kill Me 2:57
3 Get The Girl! Kill The Baddies! 4:49
4 Wise Up! Sucker! 3:24
5 88 Seconds (And Counting...) 3:57
6 Karmadrome 3:48
7 Token Drug Song 4:04
8 Mother 4:18
9 Preaching To The Perverted 4:19
10 Axe Of Men 4:01
11 Nightmare At 20,000 Feet 4:09
12 Harry Dean Stanton 4:40
13 I've Always Been A Coward Baby 3:11
14 Can U Dig It? 3:12
15 Bulletproof! 3:11
16 Urban Futuristic (Son Of South Central) 4:16
17 I Was A Teenage Grandad 4:03
18 There Is No Love Between Us Anymore 3:57
19 Def.Con.One 4:14

Notes

Recorded Live at the Brixton Academy, October 1992, during the "Galaxian Patrol" tour.

CD and Cassette formats have 19 tracks while the LP version has 15 tracks. The LP version omits the following 4 tracks: "Harry Dean Stanton" + "I've Always Been A Coward Baby" + "I Was A Teenage Grandad" + "There Is No Love Between Us Anymore"

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 13343 1 Pop Will Eat Itself At Weirds Bar And Grill(LP) RCA 74321 13343 1 UK 1993 Sell This Version
74321 11343 4 Pop Will Eat Itself At Weirds Bar And Grill(Cass, Album) RCA 74321 11343 4 UK 1993 Sell This Version
74321 13343 2 Pop Will Eat Itself At Weirds Bar And Grill(CD, Album) RCA 74321 13343 2 Australia 1993 Sell This Version
74321 13343 1 Pop Will Eat Itself At Weirds Bar And Grill(LP) RCA, BMG Records (UK) Ltd. 74321 13343 1 Netherlands 1993 Sell This Version

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ghostgate2001

ghostgate2001

November 2, 2014
This live album, recorded in late 1992, bottles the Poppies at a moment just before their sound evolved into the more serious, dirty and distorted industrial vibe of their final original line-up album, Dos Dedos Mis Amigos. Recorded over several consecutive nights at the Brixton Academy, what you have here is a "perfect" gig, with the multiple nights allowing the album to be constructed from only the most flawless f**k-up free performances. Whether that approach truly captures the more, ah, "haphazard" reality of a PWEI gig is up for debate, but there's no denying that this is energizing stuff that captures lightning in a bottle. Arguably, it contains the very best available versions of some tracks, e.g. Nightmare At 20,000 Feet, which is an absolutely blistering performance. For fans, it's essential.