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    Butthole SurfersLive At The Forum London

    Label:Live Here Now – CDLHN43
    Format:
    2 x CDr
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock

    Tracklist

    1-122 Going On 234:40
    1-2Fast Song1:34
    1-3Suicide1:55
    1-4Moving To Florida / 100 Million People Dead7:22
    1-5Some Dispute Over T-Shirt Sales2:57
    1-6Goofy's Concern2:55
    1-7Two Parter / Tornadoes6:22
    1-814013:18
    1-9Graveyard2:55
    1-10Dust Devil4:17
    1-11Ulcer Breakout3:23
    2-1Rocky4:49
    2-2Cowboy Bob3:27
    2-3Cherub5:01
    2-4Sweet Loaf4:59
    2-5I Saw An X-Ray Of A Girl Passing Gas4:21
    2-6Gary Floyd / Jimi Part 17:55
    2-7Jimi Part 2 / Cartoon4:55
    2-8Happy Birthday (Mariella And Gianni)2:25
    2-9The Shah Sleeps In Lee Harvey's Grave8:29
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    Notes

    All tracks recorded live on the 26th of July 2008. CD sold right after the show and on the Live Now Here website. Also performing with them on-stage were The Paul Green School of Rock All-Stars.

    Tri-fold digipak

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 099923 700123 >

    Reviews

    Bad_Jeff's avatar
    Bad_Jeff
    If Gibby hadn't flubbed the lyrics to X-Ray so badly, it would be the best live version of that cut, ever. Too bad, because the backing vocals, courtesy of a couple rich girls, sound incredible.
    franziskore's avatar
    franziskore
    Edited one year ago
    Very decent live album, quite powerful and clean sound I would say better than other live releases. Reunion line-up, cool Gibby presenting of some songs, the rest band was so inspired and renewed. Didn't feel there are extra musicians on stage either... Excellent long tracklist covering all eras until 93, saw them some months later and it was amazing to catch them live finally. Best band ever!