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Flak N Flight Import


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A Live Recording from their European Tour in December 2001, Over 60 Minutes of Steaming Stoner Rock. The Lineup Includes Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri of Queens of the Stone Age and Mark Lannegan from Screaming Trees Guests on "High Noon Amsterdam".

1. Opening (Excerpt From The Ballad Of Jody Frosty)
2. Deep In The Hole
3. Third Man On The Moon
4. Why The Fly
5. Time To Burn
6. The Blue Garden
7. Rabbit One
8. Also Ran Song
9. John Brown
10. 100 Years (Of Tears On The Wind)
11. High Noon Amsterdam
12. She Got Me (When She Got Her Dress On)
13. Cretin Hop

Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 18, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import [Generic]
  • ASIN: B00006L76A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,216 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 20, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Why this band isn't one of the world's most popular baffles me. Their albums are superb hard-rock; melodic and played with ferocity. This live album is sensational. Chris Goss's voice is wonderfully expresive, and the guitar party behind him is amazing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. H. Infante on August 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is an excelent live album, I dont use to buy live albums very often but this one is deligthfull, Europe audience is very different than the audience from this side of the Atlantic , guitar intros are like an ectasy , rithms sections are sublime and the inclusion of great singer composer Mark Lanegan in one of the tracks "high noon Amsterdam"(one of the best tracks by the way)is a plus for this recording, also colaboration of the two Queens of the Stone Age members provides a sound this band never count before , you have to buy this cd if you enjoy all the projects were members of Queen of the Stone Age are involved such as Eagles of Death Metal, another great project

HM
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The material on this CD is excellent, a good grab bag of what was then recent material for MOR, some of which I think is also available in video form on youtube (though it isn't spelled out as such). Lively, tight performances in which the band was feeling red-hot and soaring with exuberant creativity. Third Man On The Moon, Why The Fly?, and Time To Burn were a triple shot of awesome. Blue Garden compares very favorably with the version on How High The Moon?

No malfunction or shortcoming with the CD in operation, either.

The case was damaged when I received it, however. Perhaps I can thank the illustrious US Mail for that.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Watson on November 5, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Unlike Lawrence Stid, I found that the the Benchmark for the MOR was their debut "Blue Garden" AND I prefer Flak n Flight to Live at the Vyper Room personally. I must admit though that "She got me" from "Suffer.." is a bona-fide classic track. M.O.R. came back strong after the experimental and not overly impressive "Welcome to the Western Lodge" CD with the harder hitting "Deep in the Hole" CD. It was great to see them start off with the 2 strongest tracks from that CD ie:"Deep in the Hole" and "Third man on the moon". The version of John Brown, especially the Acoustical intro, is monumental. It would have been a real treat to have seen the video of this concert with Homme and Oliveri, but I honestly don't rate Lanegan at all. For such a huge and menacing figure of a man, Chris Goss sure has a fine voice. I saw the M.O.R. a couple of years earlier in London at the Borderline Club after the "Wester Lodge" CD, but this concert tops it 10 fold.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence A. Strid on November 12, 2003
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Fans of Masters of Reality will enjoy this release, which features some extra-heavy grunge influenced guitar riffs and creative takes on some of the tunes featured on their past releases (eg., "Blue Garden" has an intro that sounds like Pink Floyd). Most fans of the band, however, will still look back with nostalgic fondness on the band's second release, Sunrise On The Sufferbus, as being the apogee of the band's existence. That release featured retro-rock and melodic tunes, supplemented by Ginger Baker's superb drumming and influence. Since then, Chris Goss (who is really the band) has taken his music on to more aggressive ground, which although good, has left behind much of the catchy phrasing and retro-ramblings that made Sufferbus such a modern rock classic. I much prefer the band's previous live outing, Live At the Viper Room, which carries over more of the music influences that were present on Sufferbus, and is also a better live recording in terms of sound quality and song variety. Flak N Flight still smokes though, and if you are into the band and its later incarnations you will want to have this CD.
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