INSERT BAND HERE - LIVE IN AUSTRALIA 1990
INSERT BAND HERE
LIVE IN AUSTRALIA 1990
|3||WHAT HAVE I GOT||5:27|
|4||1,000 TIMES BLIND||2:58|
|7||YOU DIDN'T NEED||6:07|
|9||DOWN AND AWAY||6:09|
|10||TURNED INSIDE OUT||7:22|
|11||EARACHE MY EYE||3:07|
Andrew Weiss - Bass
Sim Cain - Drums, percussion
Chris Haskett - Guitar
Henry Rollins - Vocal
Theo Van Rock - Low End Ranger
Recorded 5/22/90 Triple J FM
Mastered 9/99 by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NY, NY
PRODUCED BY THEO VAN ROCK
All songs written by Rollins Band except *
All songs published by:
Rhythm Wreck/Wrack It Jams/Emaciated Music/2.13.61 Publishing (BMI) except *
*Do It (Sanderson/Hunter/Rudolf/Alder) MAM Music
*Earache My Eye (Chong/Marin/Delorme) India Music ASCAP
Design: J.A.G./Jeff Aguila
Thank You: Tim Pittman, Audrey McDonald, Dan Brewer and Russo Music, Our very rockin'
audience in Australia, Mitch Bury of Adams Mass.
PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED BONE-CRUSHING PERFORMANCE
*Includes Out There, a previously unreleased song, and Rollins'
version of Cheech and Chong's Earache My Eye.
*"One of rock's most ferocious singers ... a unique combination of
insanity and discipline."
-Rough Guide To Rock
We were on out second tour of Australia and played a show at Triple J FM, a radio
station in Sydney. We played in front of the opening band, their girlfriends, assorted
crew and others. We were doing "Earache" a lot on that tour so it showed up in the
set as well as a song called "Out There" which we tried to record a few times in the
studio but never could get it to fit on tape. This tape had been sitting in storage for
many years and I thought it would be cool to get it out to you.
What can I say ... this is the good stuff! My favourite way to experience
the Rollins Band is in live form, but a recording of a live performance
is definitely a close second, and this one is a must-buy. The sound is great,
the band rocks, and a couple of reasonably rare tracks get played. This
peformance of OUT THERE is a classic, and the band finishes off with
EARACHE MY EYE, which can be found on a couple of other discs
(the TEARING single and
HAMMER OF THE ROK GODZ). If you have previously enjoyed any of the early
Rollins Band CDs, you really should go out and get this one!
An obscure piece of trivia: The sticker on this CD which you need to take off
before you can open the jewel case was labelled DO IT and not INSERT
David Tenenbaum (03.01.00)