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Black to Comm/Live at the Royal Festival H Box set

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Black to Comm is available on DVD or 2xCD +DVD Deluxe Edition -- featuring the complete performances by two of the world's best and most renowned rock n roll bands captured on film & surround sound. Over two and a half hours of none stop premiere rock n roll..

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Accelerator
  2. Miss Lucifer
  3. Beautiful Future
  4. Suicide Bomb
  5. Kowalski
  6. Uptown
  7. Beautiful Summer
  8. Shoot Speed Kill Light
  9. Swastika Eyes
  10. Rocks
  11. Can't Go Back
  12. Ramblin' Rose
  13. Kick Out the Jams
  14. Come Together
  15. Motor City Is Burning

Disc: 2

  1. Call Me Animal
  2. Sister Anne
  3. I Want You Right Now
  4. Over & Over
  5. Looking at You
  6. I Believe to My Soul
  7. Human Being Lawnmower
  8. The American Ruse
  9. I Can Only Give You Everything
  10. Movin' On Up
  11. Skull X
  12. Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa (Rocket Reducer No. 62)
  13. Black to Comm


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 6, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: EASY ACTION
  • ASIN: B005HNWNKA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #256,708 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I remember... late 60's, BMG music club, saw the cover for Kick Out the Jams in the brochure, looked cool, ordered it. It all started and ended there. Because really, the MC5 have no competition as the greatest kick-a band ever. Their flame burned so brightly but for such a short time. Tyner could knock em out, Kramer and Sonic (sorry Stones fans) make Richards and whomever was next to him look anemic, Davis kept the deep bottom and Thompson was not nicknamed Machine Gun for nuthin'.

Then fast forward and I am looking at CDs one day and I see this thing called Primal Scream Screamadelica, and I bought it on chance. Whoa - mind bending. Great stuff.

And now this release. First, the Primal Scream set truly rocks. I have quite a few of their output and this is a great set. There are a couple of newer tunes, but start to finish it is absolutely on fire. I won't pretend to be an expert on this band, but I have enjoyed them for years and this set is very hot stuff. Bobby Gillespie is in fine form and the the track selection is a nice mix of new and old. By the time they launch into Rocks I had lost my breath.

Then the MC5 took the stage (DKT actually). Let's get this out of the way first - Wayne Kramer is still one of the greatest R&R guitarists going. He is on his game from start to finish. Backed by Davis and Thompson, well, they still have the chops and then some.

But it gets better. I liked the early 2000s release of MC5 Sonic Revolution from the 100 Club with David Vanian, Niki Hellicopter and other guests (Lemmy, etc). But it did not knock me out. This set totally knocks me out.

I don't know much about Alice in Chains. But their vocalist is here (William Duvall) and if I close my eyes I would swear it is Rob Tyner. He even has the afro to boot!
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I would not hesitate to purchase this 3 disc set (2 audio discs plus a DVD of the entire concert). Recorded at the London Meltdown Festival in 2008 this includes both Primal Scream's performance followed by the mighty MC5/DKT (Davis, Kramer & Thompson) The boys still got the chops. On vocals for the 5 is William DuVall of Alice In Chains with 2nd guitar from Adam Pearson. I had not heard a lot of Primal Scream but was not at all disappointed with their set. (They are huge fans of the MC5) Of course I purchased this for the MC5/DKT set and...Simply WOW!
IMHO this is a smoking show. Plus after both bands sets, you get a 30-minute encore featuring both bands on stage doing 2 Primal Scream numbers and 3 from the MC5/DKT with a special appearance from former MC5 manager and Detroit Guru John Sinclair. The audio is excellent and the same goes for the DVD. This was the best purchase for me in 2011. If you dig either Primal Scream or MC5 you gotta have this. It is nicely packaged in a box with each disc in it's own individual cardboard sleeves, all with cool concert photos and a booklet that explains the whole event. Artwork by MC5 bass player Michael Davis. Oh and one last thing...the final song is a 15 minute version of "Black to Comm." Nuff said...KOTJMF!
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Sweet deal.
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Decent at best , i seen the MC5 back in 1970 and these survivors sounded a little tired , compared to 40 years ago , there sound didn't age well , unlike bands like Black Sabbath and Judas Priest that get better as the years roll by.
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