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Sunday, March 13, 2011

La Peste - Live 1978-1980

Here's three nice live shows from LaPeste. The first two feature Peter Dayton on Guitar and Vocals, The third show features Ian Kalinosky on Guitar and Vocals along with Mark Andreasson on bass and Roger Tripp on drums. The Rat show is a radio broadcast and, apart from three songs, was released on an LP titled LaPeste on Matador Records in 1996. Sound quality is very good. The Cantone's show is from a video tape and the sound quality is raw. The 1980 show is from a radio broadcast and the quality is very good.

1980 interview here: http://www.smasheasy.com/lapesteint.html
Unreleased 1980 album available here: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0007II0SY/smasheasy/104-0170651-1109514
Discography here: http://www.discogs.com/artist/La+Peste+%283%29

@ Cantones, Boston 4-04-78: [from video tape]
01. title unknown
02. Don't Wanna Die In My Sleep Tonite
03. Whites Of Your Eyes
04. title unknown
05. Rock Rots
06. Leave Me Alone
07. Acid Test

@ Rat, Boston 7-04-79 [from cassette tape]
01. Pop Rock Polls
02. Don't Wanna Die In My Sleep Tonite
03. Truth
04. Hold On To Love
05. Color Scheme
06. Kindness Invites Abuse
07. I Don't Know Right From Wrong
08. Someone Somewhere
09. Johnny You're A Rocket
10. Acid Test
11. You're Too Cute
12. Spymaster
13. Kill Me Now
14. Better Off Dead
15. Not Today

@ WERS, Boston 9-06-80 [from cassette tape]
01. Moscow Radio
02. Bounce
03. Odd Man
04. Color Scheme
05. Sixteen Cities
06. My Place
07. Only One Gun
08. Box
09. Not Today
10. Lease on Life
11. Too Many Lives
12. Army of Apathy
13. Action Strasse [Sensational Alex Harvey Band]
14. Crisis
15. Acid Test
16. My Eyes
17. Takaido Road

6 comments:

  1. the Wers show was released on LP,probably a bootleg,with the same black cover used later for a Matador release,i find it in the '90's at a record fair (and sold it later...)cheers

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  2. Yes, that LP was a bootleg and had a couple incorrect song titles. Now you can have the show uncut without the pops and clicks that vinyl adds.

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  3. Track 7 on 1978's show is "Acid Test" (except cut off)!

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  4. Thanks for that song title!

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  5. Thanks for sharing these 3 live shows! I don't care if the quality is raw, it still sounds as if it was a very good performance. By the way, I have a print of the exact same Cantone's show, but my copy of the Cantone's show says 4-4-78.

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  6. Thanks for the date on the Cantones show.

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