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801 Live

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Disc 1 of 2
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Lagrima
2:16
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T.N.K. (Tomorrow Never Knows)
6:46
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East Of Asteroid
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Rongworng
5:43
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Sombre Reptiles
3:56
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Fat Lady Of Limbourg
9:05
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Baby's On Fire
5:21
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Diamond Head
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Miss Shapiro
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You Really Got Me
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Third Uncle
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Lagrima - Reprise
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Lagrima
2:20
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T.N.K.
6:09
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East Of Asteroid
4:56
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RongWorng
5:06
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Sombre Reptiles
2:55
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Golden Hours
4:33
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Fat Lady Of Limbourg
5:57
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Baby's On Fire
5:01
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Diamond Head
6:09
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Miss Shapiro
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You Really Got Me
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Third Uncle
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 114:22

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Great extras, but butchered ending on Third Uncle

HolyFreakinFlashbacksBatman

This version of the record fades the end of "Third Uncle", whereas the original has an amazingly tight ending with some wicked Phil Manzenara riffing. The Caroline/Astralwerks version (also available on eMusic) has the original mix of Third Uncle. The extras on this version are great, particularly the Disc 2 version of "The Fat Lady of Limbourg". However, I highly recommend substituting the original "Third Uncle" for the inferior version here.

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801 Live Reissue - 2x pure unadulterated genius

HolyFreakinFlashbacksBatman

The original release of this was a psychedelic gem, and the trippy studio mixes, fades, and overdubs gave it an hypnotic sparkle. This reissue includes raw mixes (disc 1), apparently from a soundcheck, that lay bare the primitive bones underlying the more polished release. The energy is amazing, and the performances are great in their raw state. Definitely one of the hardest rocking performances you'll find anywhere from Brian Eno. There are a few dropouts and glitches in the raw versions, so don't expect sonic perfection Disc 2 has the original mixes and adds two tracks, "Golden Hours" and "The Fat Lady of Limbourg", which are almost as well produced as the original release. A great record that still sounds amazingly fresh after 36 years. Get it!

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Disc 2 is the original. Fantastic!

ProgTodd

Download all of disc 2 and save yourself some money. Those are the original vinyl cuts, and you get the very best of Eno and Manzanera with excellent production and energy. These live versions are better than the studio ones except for perhaps Sombre Reptiles. The opening three cuts kick significant butt.