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Live In A Dive

Fat Wreck Chords 602

Released on February 26, 2002


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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Trailer Park Voted #1  18%
2 Green Apples  5%
3 Hearing Aid Voted #3  13%
4 Warren's Song Pt. 8  10%
5 Huge Balloon  5%
6 Talk Show  8%
7 Warren's Song Pt. 2  8%
8 Hermit  3%
9 Happy To Be Sad  0%
10 Circus Act  2%
11 Back To Allentown  0%
12 J. Weed  0%
13 Sour  7%
14 Lazy  5%
15 Parade  0%
16 2RAK005 Voted #2  15%
17 Rod's Post  0%
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Ken from Laurel, MD 
Apr 17 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Exclent recording... its hard to listen to their other CD's after hearing this one. Live rocks, studio SUCK. I say give this one a chance. Check it out.

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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Dec 27 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Man this is a great sounding live album. It’s defiantly the best place to start if you don’t own any Bracket albums. Nine of the songs on this live album come from Bracket’s first two out of print albums, five songs come from various compilations & from E is For Everything on Fat, and three songs are from their last two albums on Fat Wreck. So remember, its okay to like Bracket!

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David from San Diego, CA 
Sep 18 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

Do not by this CD, it sucks and should just be called "We are a dive when we play live" I think Bracket needs to pay a little more attention to their song writing and maybe ease up on the whole "punk" thing and just swallow their pride and admit that they are alternative. I should have bought some toilet paper instead of this CD because, now I stink and have to listen to bad music...

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Bryan from Modesto, CA 
Jan 20 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I've never had the privalege of seeing Bracket live, but thanks to this live CD, I can hear them live as much as I want. In my opinion, the best band in the Fat camp with one of the most unique voices in punk-rock. A must if you are a Bracket fan and a good starting point for those interested in Bracket.

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Rob from High Bridge, NJ 
Apr 5 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a very good, very professionally recorded album.

The songs all sound great, along with the band's between-song commentary (Marty says "I'm nervous" in exactly the same tone three times in the set). "Trailer Park", "Hearing Aid", "Warren's Song Pt. 8", "Talk Show", "Warren's Song Pt. 2", "Happy to Be Sad", "Sour", and "2RAK005" stand out.

I bought this at the same time as the U.S. Bombs' "Lost In America". The difference in recording and playing is insane, as that is delightfully raw, and this is polished.

The only reason this didn't get five stars is because Bracket altered some of the chords in the songs... the studio versions of "Talk Show", "2RAK005", "Sour", and some others are MUCH better than the live versions.

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Ian from Olathe, KS 
Feb 26 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good cd, but not as good as the No Use For A Name live in a dive that was released a while back. Bracket is a really good live band. If you bought the first live in a dive, buy this, but if you didnt, get no use for a name instead.

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