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GG Allin

Live And Pissed 1988

Released on December 3, 2002


Assembled with the authorization of the man himself, this video documents GG's first performance in San Francisco. Captured in November of 1988 at the Covered Wagon Saloon, footage includes excerpts of the pre-show soundtrack, casual backstage conversation with fans and friends, and the night's entire live performance. "Live and Pissed" portrays both the lighter and the darker sides of one of rock's most controversial artists.

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Martin from Montreal, PQ Canada 
Oct 22 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Doug from Sparks, NV 
Aug 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

For those of you unfamiliar with GG, he was about the most offensive, brutal live performer ever to exist in the world of punk. The music and words were almost secondary to his violent onstage antics. This DVD is mostly 1988 footage (sound check, backstage footage, live show) but also has a bonus 1992 live show--or is it 93? The package says it both ways. First of all, if you have never seen GG and get offended or nauseated easily, forget this disc. Like the guy who reviewed GG's "Hated" DVD from Elizabethtown--sure it was sick, but didn't you know GG was a freak? Why would you buy a DVD without knowing what to expect?? In this one you can expect blood, piss, GG's tiny exposed dick, mayhem, and nonstop degeneracy. In the 1988 footage GG looks like a dirty 80's LA glam-punk. He actually seems like a pretty nice guy in the backstage parts, and the skanky groupie chicks are funny. The sound check songs drag on after awhile, but later in the live stuff he just explodes on stage--"Bite It, You Scum" was just fuckin intense!!! The crowd gets pretty agressive, too, which adds fuel to GG's depraved antics. Sound quality was better than the 90's footage, you can't really make out the lyrics very well in the later stuff. There's microphone problems, too, which unfortunately means the 90's version of "Bite it.." is missing GG's vocals. Visually, the 90's GG is fatter, with a shaved head and goatee. He seems bored with the show and doesn't go as ballistic onstage. He gets more violent with the crowd and looks more bitter. It seems like the prison time made him an angrier person. I recommend this mainly for GG fans. Musically it won't break any ground, but do you really care? I liked it because it's mostly raw footage. You get a feel for GG's wildly swinging moods and they do some good songs despite the fucked up sound at times. Love him, like him, or detest him, you've gotta admit that no one went as far to the extreme performing live than GG. Buy it you sick fuck.

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