Release date: 1985
Genre: Post Punk
Extended CD edition of this forceful live album by Crispy Ambulance, comprising live performances mix-desk recorded around Europe and the UK during the winter of 1981-1982. Most of this material was never recorded in the studio and captures the band at their most powerful and hypnotic.
The album closes with three bonus studio tracks, including both sides of the rare debut single on Aural Assault from 1980, as well as Black Death, the b-side of 1982 single Sexus on Factory Benelux. 70 minutes of music. Band biography in booklet plus live photos.
1. Rainforest Ritual
4. Green Shirt/White Shirt (Deaf)
6. The Plateau Phase
7. Nightfall Ends the Ceasefire
8. Bardo Plane
9. At the Sounding of the Klaxon
11. I Talking/You Talking Pts. 1 + 2
12. Lucifer Rising
13. Black Death (Life Is Knife) (from FBN 16)
14. From the Cradle to the Grave (from AAR 001)
15. Four Minutes From the Frontline (from AAR 001)
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