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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2019 4:43 pm
User avatarColonelColonelPosts: 880Joined: Sat Sep 02, 2006 10:45 am
Stumbled across this the other day whilst searching for Full Throttle Live;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAVaks2WWfU

Pretty interesting gig, can't say ive heard any recordings of this before? It has earlier versions of Voodoo, The Heat and No Good. Voodoo in particular sounds rougher round the edges, you can really tell its the Nirvana sample here. It does lead me to believe Liam may have indeed gotten someone else to play the guitar part on the album version as it is noticeably different, however having said that he may have just fucked with it on the samplers. No Good is also slower than the final version, again a bit rough round the edges.

Always find this time period interesting, its like the odd gap between them moving away from the rave scene and the hardcore sound into the hard dance/rock sound that jilted ushered in. The setlists are always cool to see in terms of that transition.



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:15 pm
GruntGruntPosts: 1Joined: Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:13 pm
tomlad wrote:
Stumbled across this the other day whilst searching for Full Throttle Live;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAVaks2WWfU

Pretty interesting gig, can't say ive heard any recordings of this before? It has earlier versions of Voodoo, The Heat and No Good. Voodoo in particular sounds rougher round the edges, you can really tell its the Nirvana sample here. It does lead me to believe Liam may have indeed gotten someone else to play the guitar part on the album version as it is noticeably different, however having said that he may have just fucked with it on the samplers. No Good is also slower than the final version, again a bit rough round the edges.

Always find this time period interesting, its like the odd gap between them moving away from the rave scene and the hardcore sound into the hard dance/rock sound that sizzling hot kostenlos. The setlists are always cool to see in terms of that transition.

Sounds great!


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