Pretenders* ‎– Live! At The Paradise Theater, Boston, 1980

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Sire ‎– RCV1 114, Real Records (2) ‎– RCV1 114
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Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Reissue, Clear / Red
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A1 Space Invader 2:59
A2 The Wait 3:21
A3 Precious 3:24
A4 Kid 3:34
A5 Private Life 6:15
A6 Cuban Slide 4:47
B1 Talk Of The Town 3:33
B2 Tattooed Love Boys 3:45
B3 Up The Neck 5:55
B4 Mystery Achievement 6:32
B5 Stop Your Sobbing
Guitar – Chris Spedding
6:21

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RSD Drop, August 29, 2020 release.
Clear/red vinyl record enclosed in a clear plastic sleeve with a silver "Record Day Exclusive" sticker.
Limited edition of 6500 copies.

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  • Barcode: 603497848287
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): RCV1-11A-A 0603497848287 BJ92693-0^ A^ BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): RCV1-11A-B 0603497848287 BJ92693-0^ B^ BG

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TheHappyClub

TheHappyClub

September 17, 2020
I'm happy I got this. Great sounding live set, overall. The set list includes 9 of the 12 songs from the Pretenders' debut. I do wish it contained "Brass in Pocket," but it's a hot set from the original lineup.
JustTony64

JustTony64

September 6, 2020

I really like live recordings, but as mentioned in the previous comment they are hard pressed to live up sound expectations. Happy to concur that they did a really great job on this one. Sounds great, captures the energy of the band really well. My only "negative" is the plastic jacket, it looks cool, but meh, give me a nice gatefold with some performance photos next time ;)
roberto1965pesut

roberto1965pesut

August 31, 2020
I usually stay away from live recording, they don’t live up to sound quality. I must say that this one, is perfectly remastered and engineered, It feels like I’m really at the Paradise Theatre, well done!
The only problem, very weak packaging.
Topbrass

Topbrass

August 29, 2020
Beautiful pressing. I feel like I am sitting right there at the Paradise. The only gripe was this should have been a gatefold package. Instead it is in a plastic record pouch which is really sticky.