Label: Sad Mop
Catalog Number:  (none)
Recorded performance:  08-23-91 - Reading Festival, Reading, UK

Disc 1 Runtime: ??:?? /19 Tracks
Matrix:ATTTV30G-1 66867XK1 IFPI L601

Disc 2 Runtime: 54:06 /15 Tracks
Matrix:ATTTV30G-2 66922XK1 IFPI L601
Additional Artwork

Disc 2
01) School 3:00
02) Floyd The Barber 2:22
03) Drain You 4:22
04) Smells Like Teen Spirit 4:54
05) Come As You Are 3:07
06) Breed 2:54
07) Sliver 2:08
08) Molly's Lips 2:06
09) Love Buzz 5:10
10) Negative Creep 3:13
11) Blew
Endless Namless 5:27
12) Wow! 4:06
13) Bed-In 4:26
14) Wannabee 2:41
15) God Bless Les Paul 4:06
A Tribute To The Vaselines

Live Nirvana Bootography Rating:

Live Nirvana Bootography Review:
Disc 1 is pretty much the Vaselines entire recorded output, you are advised to obtain this stuff via the legitimate release if possible.
Tracks 1-11 on Disc 2 are a nice powerful recording of the legendary Reading '91 gig with lots of bass- nice! This is actually the most enjoyable recording of the show that i personally have heard (Excluding the tracks on "1991: The Year Punk Broke"). Other sources i've heard have a very strange unnatural sound to them and were rather "thin" sounding, even the MTV Pro footage, so i was very pleased to be sent a copy of this for review.
"Come As You Are" Has a cut in it, the audio seems to have been taken from a mono audience video of the show (AMT#2), there is a slight buzz all the way through, though i didn't find it intrusive.

The artwork is the same as the 7" release.
These four studio songs can be found on Captain America's rare deleted first EP in 1990. Eugene Kelly had to change the name of his band to Eugenius due to threatened legal action from Marvel Comics.

Eugene's duet with Kurt on "Molly's Lips" is one of the highlights of this disc.

The only downside to this disc is that heavy noise reduction was used on the reading show with resultant digital artefacts.

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08-23-91 - Reading Festival, Reading, UK
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