1234! The fast and furious shout inherited by bassist CJ. Ramone during the Ramones last show. The sound during the whole album isn't exactly the best, from the faulty mic in 'Spiderman' to Dee Dee's guest appearence in 'Love Kills', but that's what nearly every asshole critic would rather complain about.
This Album can't really be classed as a live masterpiece. But the energy delivered from the band to the crowd is astonishing. Starting with the fast powerchord instrumental of 'Durango 95' and propelling itself into the finale of 'anyway you want it' with Chirs Cornell, the execution of the band is phenominal.
Although there are some favourites from 'Teenage Lobotomy', 'Blitzkreig bop', and 'Rockaway Beach', there are some moments of displeasure from the lister, who, on a few occasions, will probably start thinking 'What the f**k am I listening to?!" For example, 'Rock n' roll highschool', the repetitivness is rather annoying to the once-thought-to-be-particularly-bad-but-an-amthem-live of "Somebody put something in my drink".
Overall, just to keep things short and sweet, this album is their last, live, and above all sounds like the Ramones are fighting for their lives after their last night together.
And they won that battle.