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All Music Guide - Gary Hill
Recorded April 20, 2001, in Detroit, MI, this CD is the first live album by COC also known as Corrosion of Conformity. Although the group began with strong punk leanings -- indeed they were one of the first groups to merge punk and metal -- the selections on this album eschew the material from that era. Instead all of the songs presented here are from the later, more metallic era. Indeed, there is nothing here that comes from any album older than 1991's Blind. The group Pepper Keenan on guitar and vocals; Woody Weatherman on guitar and vocals; Mike Dean on bass, keys and vocals; and Jimmy Bower on drums do serve up a solid helping of their flavor of metal, though. COC's ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Gary Hill
Recorded April 20, 2001, in Detroit, MI, this CD is the first live album by COC also known as Corrosion of Conformity. Although the group began with strong punk leanings -- indeed they were one of the first groups to merge punk and metal -- the selections on this album eschew the material from that era. Instead all of the songs presented here are from the later, more metallic era. Indeed, there is nothing here that comes from any album older than 1991's Blind. The group Pepper Keenan on guitar and vocals; Woody Weatherman on guitar and vocals; Mike Dean on bass, keys and vocals; and Jimmy Bower on drums do serve up a solid helping of their flavor of metal, though. COC's particular style is strongly influenced by Black Sabbath. In fact, there is at least one full-on musical nod to that group here in the form of a direct musical quote from Sabbath's self-titled disc. COC add to that a Southern rock sort of texture, no doubt owing to their North Carolina roots. They also show leanings toward such groups as White Zombie and Led Zeppelin, and they manage to infuse the entire package with a real jam band sort of feel. The actual recording presented here is a very nice balance, feeling at once somewhat raw and appropriately enough live, while still maintaining a very clean sound. In other words, the recording itself does what it should do: it makes you forget that this is a recording. It almost feels as if you are really in the audience. The disc should certainly please the fans of the later era of this band, and those who are fans of such groups as Black Sabbath. The spunkier part of COC's audience was most likely disappointed years ago, so this one probably will leave them behind as well. You can't please everyone, it would seem. [The bonus DVD version features ten extra tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/7/2003
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • UPC: 060768634329
  • Catalog Number: 86343
  • Sales rank: 196,718

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Senior Limpio (5:27)
  2. 2 Wiseblood (3:38)
  3. 3 Who's Got the Fire (3:44)
  4. 4 Albatross (6:01)
  5. 5 Vote With a Bullet (3:51)
  6. 6 Long Whip Big America (5:30)
  7. 7 Clean My Wounds (8:38)
  8. 8 13 Angels (6:34)
  9. 9 Stare Too Long (4:57)
  10. 10 Sleeping Martyr (4:57)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Diablo Blvd.
  2. 2 King of the Rotten
  3. 3 Wiseblood
  4. 4 My Grain
  5. 5 13 Angels 7 Days
  6. 6 Vote With a Bullet
  7. 7 Zippo
  8. 8 Long Whip Big America
  9. 9 Shelter
  10. 10 Clean My Wounds
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Corrosion of Conformity Primary Artist
Warren Haynes Slide Guitar
John Custer Guitar
Doug Wilson Piano
Caleb Chapman Background Vocals
Pepper Keenan Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Reed Mullin Drums
Woody Weatherman Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Teresa Williams Background Vocals
Mike Dean Piano, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, fender rhodes, Group Member
Jimmy Bower Percussion, Drums, Group Member
Technical Credits
Corrosion of Conformity Producer, Artwork
John Custer Producer
Pepper Keenan Composer, Programming, Producer
Coz Guitar Techician, Drum Technician, Stage Manager, Bass Technician
Reed Mullin Composer
Woody Weatherman Composer
Mark Waldrep Authoring
Adam "Doom" Sewell Tray Photo
Seva Mastering
Jason "Black Coffey" Coffey Producer
Steve "Swami" Adair Lighting Technician
John D. Menzo Director
Dennis Gelbaum Director, Executive Producer
Claude "Cowboy" Spencer House Mix
Troy Kliesh Engineer, Live Sound
Jonathan Lowery Engineer
Keith Jax Engineer
Vaughn Mette Production Facilitator
Bob Rager Engineer, House Sound
Dave Taygl Monitor Engineer
Dennis Vasiliskov Monitor Engineer
Chet Pierson Control Engineer
Don Stockton Engineer
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