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Live At The Hurrah

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N.I.T.A.
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Choci Loni
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Radio Silents
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Colossal Youth
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Credit In The Straight World
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Brand New Life
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Include Me Out
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Wurlitzer Jukebox
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Salad Days
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Final Mix
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Music For Evenings
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Searching For Mr Right
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Cakewalking
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Credit In The Straight World
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Final Day
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Album Information
EDITOR'S PICK // LIVE

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 37:14

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"Least essential"

ChristJams

The only YMG available on eMusic notwithstanding, this dull live set does little to forward the mystique of their proper album and excellent rareties disc ("Salad Days" on Vinyl Japan).

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Who Is…Serafina Steer

By Victoria Segal, Contributor

"Seeing the word 'kooky' in relation to my stuff is sickening," shudders Serafina Steer, all too aware of the pre- and misconceptions that come swarming the minute a harp enters the picture. Her horror is utterly justified: the classically-trained Steer's third album, The Moths Are Real, is a transfixing collection of songs that trip between the lyrical and the conversational, the physical and the ethereal. Robust folklore rubs up against Greek mythology; oracular meditations on… more »

They Say All Music Guide

The audio companion to a DVD of the same title — with the same exact track listing — Live at the Hurrah is a decent-sounding recording of Young Marble Giants from two dates in November of 1980. Their songs are so private that it might seem improper to hear them in this manner (this is, in fact, hardly an essential release), but fans who have Colossal Youth committed to memory might find it absorbing in its own way. Apart from a rather different-sounding keyboard, there isn’t much difference in sound between these performances and the album, unless you count the slight noises in the background — chatter, the clanging of glasses, and other ambient noise. – Andy Kellman

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