‘LIVE AND LOUDER’ CD + DVD Digipak

$19.99

CD + DVD Digipak!

'Live & Louder,' The Dead Daisies' highly-anticipated live outing, out on Spitfire Music / SPV, perfectly captures the awesome vibe of their supreme, sweat drenched, roof-raising live sets, recorded on a heady high at the end of an unbelievable 2016.

From the moment they dropped their first single "Long Way To Go" ahead of their European Festival Summer in June, the hits just kept on coming. The 2nd single "Join Together" ramped up the release of the third studio album 'Make Some Noise.' The band were well underway touring the USA with KISS, a tour that finished with a sold-out headline show at LA's prestigious Whisky A Go-Go.

Not to turn down a good opportunity, the band recorded a number of shows on the UK & European Tour and, with the team that already made 'Make Some Noise' blow speakers worldwide. The album was mixed by Anthony Focx (Aerosmith, Bad Company, Metallica, Santana) at Focxhole Studios and mastered by Howie Weinberg. They assembled a true monster in the vein of the great Live Albums of the 70s. You can feel the sweat drip from the ceilings, the energy of the crowd becoming one with the band, screaming, hollering and forgetting about the often mundane reality for a night of true Rock'n'Roll.

Warts 'n all, 'Live & Louder' is a document of a band in their prime, a raw slice of visceral energy, an in-your-face assault on the senses. Simply: The Dead Daisies in their element and at their best!

CD + DVD Digipak contains CD, DVD and massive photo booklet. The DVD features an exclusive "Live & Louder"-Documentary, a massive "Make Some Noise World Tour"-Documentary, all music videos of the 'Make Some Noise' album cycle and a picture gallery


CD

Long Way To Go
Mexico
Make Some Noise
Song And A Prayer
Fortunate Son
We All Fall Down
Lock'N'Load
Something I Said
Last Time I Saw The Sun
Join Together
With You And I
Band Intros
Mainline
Helter Skelter
American
Band
Midnight Moses

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‘LIVE AND LOUDER’ CD + DVD Digipak by The Dead Daisies