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The Tubes - Want Do You Want From Live (1978) [Reissue 1994]

Rock, Progressive Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock | Author: artmuss | 11-05-2017, 17:27
The Tubes - Want Do You Want From Live (1978) [Reissue 1994]Artist: The Tubes
Title Of Album: Want Do You Want From Live
Year Of Release: 1978/1994
Label (Catalog#): A&M Records [396 003-2]
Country: United States
Genre: Glam Rock, Arena Rock, Prog Rock
Quality: FLAC (*tracks +.cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 1:18:48
Full Size: 601 mb

Although their studio albums were often hit-and-miss affairs, the Tubes could always be counted on for a good live show during their mid-'70s heyday. In fact, they became a legend in the rock & roll world for their glitzy shows, which included half-nude women performing elaborate dance routines and a variety of characters invented by frontman Fee Waybill, like punk rocker "Johnny Bugger" and blissed-out glam rock icon "Quay Lewd." What Do You Want from Live can't reproduce all this visual stimuli but it does show what many critics forgot to notice about the Tubes, i.e., the fact that they were a really sharp and exciting live band. Stripped of their outre visual surroundings, songs like "Mondo Bondage" and "I Was a Punk Before You Were a Punk" still pack a visceral punch thanks to their effective combination of gonzo humor and catchy melodies. Elsewhere, the Tubes get to show off their surprisingly impressive chops on "Overture," a fast-paced medley that transforms the instrumental highlights of six different songs into one head-spinning pomp-rock blitz, and "Crime Medley," a witty tapestry of crime jazz woven from television theme songs like "Theme from Peter Gunn" and "Theme from Dragnet." The downside of What Do You Want from Live is that some of the numbers are less potent without the choreographed routines surrounding them: "Smoke (La Vie en Fumer)" and "What Do You Want from Life" both feature Fee Waybill talking about the visual chaos surrounding him and this leaves the listener feeling like they're only witnessing part of the joke (if only someone would put out a video of one of the Tubes' shows from this era). Despite this caveat, What Do You Want from Live remains a witty and entertaining live album. It may not win any new converts to the Tubes' camp, but fans of the group will definitely want to check out this entertaining souvenir from the group's wildest era.

TRACKLIST:

01 - Overture
02 - Got Yourself A Deal
03 - Show Me A Reason
04 - What Do You Want From Life?
05 - God-Bird-Change
06 - Special Ballet
07 - Don't Touch Me There
08 - Mondo Bondage
09 - Smoke (La Vie En Fumer)
10 - Crime Medley
11 - I Was A Punk Before You Were A Punk
12 - I Saw Her Standing There
13 - Drum Solo
14 - Boy Crazy
15 - You're No Fun
16 - Stand Up And Shout
17 - White Punks On Dope

Fee Waybill - vocals
Bill Spooner - guitar, vocals
Michael Cotten - synthesizer
Mingo Lewis - drums, percussion
Prairie Prince - drums
Roger Steen - guitar
Vince Welnick - keyboards
Rick Anderson - bass
Re Styles - vocals






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