Live At The Brixton Academy
In 1982, aged twenty-three, Simon Parkes paid GBP1 for a virtually derelict building in Brixton. Over the next fifteen years he turned it into Britain's most iconic music venue. And now he's telling his story: full of fond - and wild - reminiscences of the famous musicians who played at the venue, including Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, Lou Reed, The Ramones, New Order, the Beastie Boys and The Smiths.
CD 1: 1. Hide (Intro) 2. Ghost Nation 3. Metal 4. The Fall 5. I'm An Agent 6. Bed Of Thorns 7. Dead Sun Rising 8. Down In The Park 9. Pray For The Pain You Serve 10. Here In The Black CD 2: 11. Mercy 12. Love Hurt Bleed 13. My Name Is Ruin 14. Cars 15. When The World Comes Apart 16. Prayer For The Unborn 17. Films 18. Are 'Friends' Electric? DVD: 1.
Introducing "23 - Live At Brixton". Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes played every single song they have released to date, the 10 tracks of Blossom, the 12 tracks of Modern Ruin and their new single Spray Paint Love. Maybe not in that order, maybe not as you've heard them before - but all 23 of them make up the biggest celebration of the past nearly 3 years of this band.