Joe StrummerLive At Music Millennium

Label:Dark Horse Records – DH0013
Vinyl, LP, Record Store Day, Limited Edition
Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Acoustic, Punk


A1Junco Partner
A2X-Ray Style
A3Island Hopping
A4The Road To Rock 'N' Roll
A5Trash City
B1Junco Partner
B2X-Ray Style
B3Island Hopping
B4The Road To Rock 'N' Roll
B5Trash City

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Recorded live on November 2nd, 1999 at Music Millennium, Portland.
Record Store Day Black Friday 2022 release.
Limited to 3600.
Black Friday purchasers at Music Millennium received a 17" x 11" limited edition poster.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 050538 814187
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 22-0200NL_DH0013 A Kr SST [MPO logo]®22 286516
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 22-0200NL_DH0013 B Kr SST [MPO logo]®22 285950



  • matt2011's avatar
    Edited one year ago
    I was at this performance (this location of Music Millenium was in NW Portland at the time and is no longer there). He had a concert in town later that evening and Strummer hung out for a few HOURS at the record store and signed albums and chatted with us. He passed out free tickets for his evening concert to people who didn’t have tickets at the time of his performance at the record store. Awesome experience, and an extremely cool guy.
    • tomralberti's avatar
      I am very confused why they did not choose to do Side 1 as the acoustic tracks, and side 2 as the actual album recordings of those tracks. Regardless sounds great!
      • nickcorr66's avatar
        My copy is missing label for side 1 - anyone else have some thing?
        • cocomix1965's avatar
          I've had a tape of this for years and glad it is out officially finally but why just leave it to the same music on both sides? there is an equally great soundboard recording going around of the 22 track concert that night at the Roseland which could have used a few numbers from it on the B-side of this and still allowed that evening show to have a double album. Still waiting for a proper live album, so much material out there.
          • davidtrickus's avatar
            Quality is garbage. Side A has deep scratch/gouging and very dirty. Luckily side B is playable, otherwise I'd throw it in the trash!
            • SirBrad's avatar
              Is this really an LP? Seems like an EP to me. Anyhow, it sounds great and like Joe is playing in your room.
              • Schmirgel's avatar
                I agree: It is rubbish to have two identical sides.
                • georgesoire's avatar
                  The sound is great and it awesome to hear Joe singing so clearly and it is honestly a gift to play what sounds like new Joe Strummer. The only downside is the duplicate sides. It is absolutely ridiculous to have both sides the same. Why bother?
                  • myquealer's avatar
                    Are both sides the same? It's odd they have different matrix numbers if so. Also odd they didn't just make it one sided.
                    • rharris16's avatar
                      Live performance at Music Millennium - raw, intimate, very personal Joe Strummer.


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