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Thursday, 28 June 2012

Napalm Death - Live In Tokyo (bootleg) [1989]

Note that the artwork here is not official (in case you were dumb enough to consider that a bootleg might have official artwork). Anyway, continuing the Napalm Death marathon after a couple of days off for some inferior music, this live recording from Tokyo is, I believe, the last one before Lee Dorrian and Bill Steer left the band. It is, therefore, a vital piece of history for Napalm diehards (like myself). Seriously, there's little more to say about it - any alternative versions of tracks from the days of Scum and From Enslavement To Obliteration are always welcome, and this recording is a fine addition to anyone's collection. I would, however, note that the main recording is just one track, and there's a nice bonus of them appearing on a kids' TV show back int' day.

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  1. Justin Broadrick left the band in late '86 :)

  2. Seems I haven't read Choosing Death often enough. It was actually Bill Steer. Cheers.


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