Reel Big Fish have just nailed the it with this album!!!!
This is a 2 disc live album recoreded over a number of diffirent shows.
With the great opening of trendy the remixed version of the cover Talkin about a revalution this live album reaks greatness! and it also includes a live dvd!
Over the years Reel Big Fish has been stuck connected to a Recording company that was also recording bands like Backstreet Boys and Britany Spears and well they were not very happy with this kinda recording buddies! So they free 'd themselves from this bunch and now had the power to do wat they like in recording.
And this is what they came up with.. Over 1 hrs and 30mins and a DVD.
Every second of this amazing 3 disc set is awesome!
even though some of the songs they went back to the studios to re-do some parts of songs ( on the dvd Aaron jokes that parts of some songs are "30%" live )
Best songs -
- The cover of Cures Boys Dont Cry
- S.R (many versions of) probably the best way to mix a song up!
- The Kids Dont Like It / In the Pit - great songs put together!
ITS live and i love it!!
new drummer and trumpet players fit right into the band!
there are also some funny moments!
its only 30 bucks AUZ to buy thats a bargain!
NONE unless u are the recording company that let them go and didnt let them do this!
At 35 tracks, 'Our Live Album...' is more than just a live album; it's practically the definitive collection of Reel Big Fish's greatest hits. In between the vulgar, arrogant, and generally hilarious banter, even a complete stranger to RBF is sure to find plenty of songs to enjoy over and over. The album sounds great, seamlessly integrating recordings from a half-dozen or so live shows. While this allows the band to create a "best of" collection of "Suburban Rhythm" versions, it also causes the who experience to run a little long. And when the DVD documents the band overdubbing guitar and horns right over the original live recordings, you have to wonder how close to an actual RBF show the whole thing actually sounds.
Standout tracks: Beer, Take On Me, S.R. (The Many Versions Of)