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Killing Joke - Bootleg Vinyl Archive Volume 1 or 2 (3 CD Boxsets) only £6.99 delivered @ Play

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Cracking price for these Killing Joke boxsets; elsewhere:- Vol 1 Zavvi £9.45 Tesco £10.47 Amazon UK £11.99 HMV £13.99 Vol 2 £9.79 Tesco £10.47 DVD Source £1… Read More
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Cracking price for these Killing Joke boxsets; elsewhere:-
Vol 1
Zavvi £9.45
Tesco £10.47
Amazon UK £11.99
HMV £13.99

Vol 2 £9.79
Tesco £10.47
DVD Source £10.99
HMV £13.99

These Killing Joke-approved bootleg box set includes three blistering, digitally remastered live albums from the 1980s, a disc of bonus material, and an informative booklet. These albums were only made officially available by the band in 2007.

Volume 1:-

Disc 1: Live in London/ Live At Venue

1. War Dance
2. Follow The Leader
3. Change
4. Exit
5. Requiem
6. Bloodsport
7. Unspeakable
8. Fall Of Because
9. Primitive
10. The Wait
11. Psyche
12. Turn To Red
13. Tension
14. Pssyche
15. Tomorrows World
16. Nervous System
17. Malicious Boogie
18. Turn To Red
19. Nuclear Boy

Disc 2: Live At Venue/ Live At Odeon

1. Change
2. Complications
3. Wardance
4. Are You Receiving?
5. What's The Matter?
6. Wardance
7. Unspeakable
8. Change
9. Exit
10. Live at Odeon
11. Requiem
12. Bloodsport
13. We Have Joy
14. Primitive
15. The Fall Of Because
16. Complications
17. The Wait

Disc 3: Porchester Hall 1988

1. Wardance
2. The Beautiful Dead
3. Change
4. Nightime
5. Frenzy
6. Eighties
7. Love Like Blood
8. The Pandys Are Coming
9. Extremities
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Bootleg Vinyl Archive Volume 2 (3CD)

Disc 1: The Bums Rush (demos)

1. Follow The Leaders
2. Complications
3. Tomorrows World
4. Change
5. The Wait
6. Pssyche
7. Change
8. Are You Receiving?
9. Complications
10. The Act Is Done
11. Nighttime
12. Sun Goes Down
13. Tabazan
14. The Wait
15. Darkness Before Dawn

Disc 2: The Act Is Done (continued)

1. Requiem
2. Bloodsport
3. Love Like Blood
4. Tension
5. Pssyche
6. Eighties
7. Live At Joker Place
8. Intro..
9. Nighttime
10. Sun Goes Down
11. Tabazan
12. The Wait
13. Darkness Before Dawn
14. Requiem
15. Bloodsport
16. Love Like Blood
17. Tension
18. Eighties
19. Follow The Leaders

Disc 3: Astoria 20/09/94

1. Communion
2. The Fall Of Because
3. Wardance
4. Whiteout
5. Requiem
6. Change
7. Labyrinth
8. Kings And Queens
9. Millennium
10. Complications
11. Eighties
12. The Wait
13. Pssyche
14. Mathematics Of Chaos
Saw these play at the hammersmith Palace in 1984 and 1985, ah sweet memories!
Scariest gig I ever went to,
in the ballroom above the Carwardines teashop in Bristol
in '79 or '80.

Sprung dancefloor,
200+ punks/assorted disaffected youths
pogo-ing in unison,

felt like an earthquake as Wardance
seethed from the PA.

Edited By: resinsman on Jan 21, 2011 14:32: added date
didnt jez appear on thats life once?
vol 2 now £9.25
Requiem is my all time opening rif
didnt jez appear on thats life once?

Yeah, Jaz was randomly stopped in the
Now THIS is surreal oO
Sarah Brightman... WTF! Try their new album..... superb, plus a load of covers by different bands!
To be honest, it's hardly that shocking to me, being a KJ nut...most of us know about Jaz's involvement in the classical world, and those that don't and are interested in reading it's just a wiki click away:)

Worth checking out on Ebay copies come available from time to time, his 1990 collaboration with Anne Dudley (Art Of Noise) "Songs From The Victorious City"

And then of course, there is Martin Glover (Youth) whose production work has encompassed many different musical genres, and collaborations in "The Fireman"project with Paul McCartney.
Always like the stuff Youth / KJ did with Orb (Democracy for example) [Alex Paterson used to be a roadie for Killing Joke] and check out this version of Requiem

And if yer a fan of Youth and Orb this boxset is worth a purchase (tad cheaper at Zavvi but no stock)

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