I am in the night
I am every part of it
The consumption of its beast 
The deck that it deals
The veins that bleed
The caress of its serpent

I am the night
As it writhes and undulates toward dawn
It moans and cries a symphony of anger
I am its agony as it struggles against the light
And dies with the strike of the Sun God.

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a clockwork orange stage...
live at the roskilde festival - july 01 2000


2.13.61 Records

1you let yourself down2:43
2what have i got5:28
3hotter and hotter3:42
4thinking cap4:37
5love is so heavy3:37
9summer nights4:53
10frozen man3:19
11get some go again2:22
12are you ready2:43
14bad reputation2:41
15change it up3:21
16your number is one4:31
17do it3:06
Total Time61:40

henry rollins: throat
jim wilson: guitar
marcus blake: bass
jason mackenroth: drums
mike curtis: road manager
darrell bussino: foh

recorded and mixed by: anders dohn
mastered by phil klum for fourth coast productions
layout and design: david chapple - chappledesign.com
photos of band at roskilde festival: mike curtis & chris romano

this is a document of show #100 from the get some go again tour. the tour tapped out at 123 shows/19 countries. there are no overdubs or fixes on this recording. what you hear is what we do. thanks for letting us be ourselves again. -henry rollins

contact: www.21361.com
check out jim, marcus and jason's band mother superior:

1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16: be drinkable music (bmi)
4: be drinkable music (bmi) / rondor music (bmi)
3, 6: rhythm wreck/wrack it jams/emaciated music/2.13.61 (bmi)
7: rok godz/imago songs
12: universal/polygram int.
dba pippen the friendly ranger (ascap)

13 & 14: polygram music
17: mam (ascap)

Dave's Comments:

A clockwork orange stage provides the listener with a dose of the 'new' Rollins Band experience, featuring the new lineup of guys from Mother Superior, and material drawn primarily from GET SOME GO AGAIN. As I've written elsewhere in this discography, I think the ideal way to experience the band is in person at a gig, but a CD like this one is a reasonably good alternative. This disc gives you a reasonable sense of what the band sounds like live, although I don't think the sound is up to the standards set by DO IT so long ago. The performance itself is not particularly remarkable, although the occasion was: A clockwork orange stage was recorded at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark, shortly after the disastrous end of the Pearl Jam set where several concertgoers died. Rollins made the unusual decision to go on with the show, reasoning that not going though with the gig would be disrespectful of both the dead and the living. Also notable is that this show is well into the tour, at the end of the European leg, and Rollins' voice sounds like it is stretched about as far as it can safely go.

David Tenenbaum (08.22.01)