|1. Fight the Youth|
2. Subliminal Fascism
3. Behaviour Control Technician
4. Freddie's Dead
5. Sunless Saturday
6. If I were A... I'd
7. Junkies Prayer
8. Pray to the Junkiemaker
9. Fishy Swa Ska
10. Ma & Pa
|11. So Many Millions|
12. Dr Madd Vibe Spoken Word
13. Those Days are Gone
14. Everyday Sunshine
15. Naz-Tee May'en
16. Bonin' in the Boneyard
17. Cholly (Gonna Have a Good Time Jam) another fight the youth for the camera before cholly
18. Fishbone is Red Hot
GUITARIST Kendall Jones has called Fishbone's music ''a whole new radio terrorism'', but that's barely the start. Imagine if George Clinton had kept on going until he ran into Ornette Coleman, out where the air is thin. Try adding a bit of Charles Mingus, Jimi Hendrix, Living Colour and Public Enemy. Put it in an oven pre-heated to 2,000 deg. C. Live, there is much to learn and admire. I can...
travelled 365 miles for this show and boy was it worth it ! these guys never let me down in a live show and this was one of the best ever the set was electrifying and the madness of the video shoot was a great icing on the cake ! long live the live experience that fishbone always provide
heading to the London show next week, and looked up to see when the last time i saw them - here it is! Insane. Three tracks in, Chris threw his trombone into the crowd - a huge ruck followed, and i managed to get an 18 inch piece of it, but nearly lost a finger on a jagged edge in the process! Still got the scar as a reminder... The make-shift trampoline on the huge logo/flag for the video shoot...
I've been to a lot of gigs, from a lot of band, from a lot of different music types, but this one stands out as my all time number one.
The sheer energy on stage was immense, the music tight, the crowd wild, everything was right.
I don't remember all the details some of the other reviews mention - I do remember saxophones and trombones regularly flying b...
What a gig, 1st and only time I saw Fishbone live and what an experience, they blew me away , what a great live band. I remember the trombone incident and the giant flag over the audience. I also remember Angelo stripped butt naked behind his Sax and the subsequent photo's that made Kerrang magazine the following week. Hard to believe it's 17 years ago but I still have ...