Release date: 2000
Genre: Post Punk
The first and best live album by Josef K. Sixty minute CD Crazy to Exist combines two complete gigs by the legendary Scottish post-punk quartet, taped in Brussels (8 April 1981) and London (8 August 1981). The latter gig (at The Venue) would prove to be their final London show.
Mastered from first generation soundboard tapes. CD booklet contains full band biography.
1. Fun 'n' Frenzy (Brussels)
2. 16 Years
3. It's Kinda Funny
4. Crazy to Exist
5. Forever Drone
8. Chance Meeting
9. Sorry for Laughing
10. Final Request
11. Fun 'n' Frenzy (London)
12. Heaven Sent
13. Chance Meeting
15. It's Kinda Funny
16. Heart of Song
17. Forever Drone
18. Sorry for Laughing
19. The Angle
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