Jerry Lee Lewis - Live At The Star Club, Hamburg Replacements - For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986 Thin Lizzy - Live & Dangerous Husker Du - The Living End Ramones- It's Alive Alex Chilton - Live At The Ocean Club 1977
An album that I would venture to say if you're like around 17-24 and love what Pitchfork tells you to like (honestly, fnck Pitchfork) that this album will seem offensive, genuinely frightening and mess with your notion of separating the artist from the art.
.........and that's why it's a classic. On the other hand if you're 17-24 and get it - really get it - well Rock might not be dead after all.
Let's talk about YOUR "masculinity" problem shall we?
How can we be several posts into this thread and no one - um, not even me - has mentioned the best line-up of the best metal band (arguably), playing an unfnckwithable tracklist, with the best production that they ever had?
I said let's talk about YOUR masculinity problem not mine people.....geesh.