Release date: 12/14/2007
Live In Brussels was originally released by Les Disques du Crépuscule in 1986 as TWI 637.
Recorded at the Beursschouwburg in February of that year with a four piece band, this powerful set includes versions of several of Blaine's best known solo numbers, including Broken Fingers, Birthday Song and Mystery & Confusion, as well as early Tuxedomoon classics What Use? and Volo Vivace. The centrepiece is a gritty take on Uptown, an extended essay on urban paranoia.
This expanded remaster includes 6 bonus tracks not included on the original Crépuscule vinyl edition.
2. Volo Vivace
3. Night Air
4. Birthday Song
5. What Use?
7. Broken Fingers
8. Ash & Bone
9. Paris en Automne
10. Radio Ectoplasm
11. Burn Like Rome
12. Mystery & Confusion
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