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Must've Been Live

  • 1. Dead in the Water
    2. Good Livin'
    3. Roamin' Round
    4. Roadworn and Weary
    5. Captain, The
    6. Hangin' Out With Me
    7. Barricade
    8. Drivin' Nails in My Coffin
    9. Cowpoke
    10. Don't Go Blue
    11. Must've Been High
    12. One Cigarette Away
    13. Alabama, Louisiana or Maybe Tennessee
    14. Hungover Together
    15. Non Addictive Marijuana
    16. Ice Cold Beer Only
    17. Image of Me, The
    18. Peace in the Valley
    19. Blow You Away
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2

  • Credits

    Supersuckers includes: Eddie Spaghetti.
    Additional personnel: Amy Nelson, Audley Freed, Mickey Rafael, Charlie Sanders Jr., Brian Thomas.
    Recorded in Dallas, Texas, Austin, Texas and San Diego, California. Includes liner notes by Eddie Spaghetti.
    Refusing to close the chapter on their country & western forays, Supersuckers' Must've Been Live is the in-concert companion piece to the similarly monikered Must've Been High. Though the disc replicates all but two tracks from the studio recording, and quite faithfully at that, added reasons to check out the engagement (actually a collection of various material culled from numerous shows) include well-tenured harmonica master Mickey Raphael on darn near the entire disc and Willie Nelson collaborator Amy Nelson on an amusing duet with Eddie Spaghetti on "Hungover Tonight." Sideman Adrian Demain and Black Crowe Audley Freed also make cameo appearances. Additionally included are versions of the standards "Drivin' Nails in My Coffin," "Cowpoke," and the Buck Owens stomper "Alabama, Louisiana or Maybe Tennessee," all done with a reverence that belies the band's punk rock origins. That said, you still can't help but wait for the band's return to their more rockin' roots; not to disparage either of the country discs, but there are few groups as fun and good as Supersuckers when they get it in their mind to rock you, and there's no reason the band can't do both in one project, after all. ~ Brian O'Neill

  • Critic Reviews
    Alternative Press (June 2002, p.88) - 8 out of 10 - "...The album does a great job of capturing the concert vibe and satisfying hunger pangs for new material..."
    CMJ (3/11/02, p.12) - "There's never been a shortage of outlaw swagger in the Supersuckers' rock 'n' roll....70 minutes of roadhouse rioting..."
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