Title: Double Live Assassins
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Excellent tracklist (basically a live GREATEST HITS album). Although it's pretty obvious the vocals were doctored in the studio and the phony audience track gets annoying at times, it doesn't sound totally fake like "(Not Live) In The Raw" and is not a trainwreck like "The Sting Live. Responder Notifique-me Helpful.
Double Live Assassins, the 9th release by . is everything a live album was meant to be. Powerful, sleazy, sweaty, and exciting, this is truly a live album that was meant to be played loud. Recorded in Switzerland, Chicago, Cleveland, and Los Angeles during . s 1997 Kill Fuck Die tour, Double Live Assassins captures all the excitement and electricity that is a .
Double Live Assassins. Album Name Double Live Assassins. Labels CMC International Sanctuary Records.
Tracklist: 1. On Your Knees, 2. I Don’t Need No Doctor, 3. Hellion, 4. Chainsaw Charlie (Murders In The New Morgue), 5. Wild Child, 6. Animal (Fuck Like A Beast), 7. .
is the debut album by American heavy metal band . released August 17, 1984. The album has been known under three different names; the spine of the original vinyl release had Winged Assassins printed on it, while early cassette releases of the album had the name of the album's first track, "I Wanna Be Somebody", printed in bold letters on the cover. The album is officially entitled simply . which it is typically referred to as.
Double Live Assassins is a live album by the American heavy metal group . S It was recorded live during their . It was released in February 1998 in the United Kingdom and in the United States in June of that same year. is an American heavy metal band formed in 1982 by Blackie Lawless, who is the only remaining original member of the band.
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