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Live at the Key Club [Live]

PennywiseAudio CD
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Let's get this straight. Your average punk band doesn't sell out venues like the 14,000-capacity Long Beach Arena. Your average punk band doesn't organize benefit shows for charities like the Surfrider Foundation. And your average punk band doesn't last fifteen months these days let alone fifteen years. For fuck's sake - PENNYWISE is not and never will be your average punk ... Read more in Amazon's Pennywise Store

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  • Audio CD (October 24, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: October 24, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B00004Z43B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,859 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Wouldn't It Be Nice
3. Living For Today
4. Final Chapters
5. Can't Believe It
6. Unknown Road
7. Homesick
8. No Reason Why
9. Fight Till You Die
10. Peaceful Day
11. Society
12. Straight Ahead
13. Pennywise
14. Perfect People
15. Minor Threat
16. Same Old Story
17. Alien
18. Bro Hymn

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4.0 out of 5 stars More than a Minor Threat July 17, 2003
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"Hello, we're Pennywise from Hermosa Beach, California!"
Hey, where the hell are you going? Come back here, or I'm gonna catch ya, tie ya up and force ya to listen to this! This is one case where you can't judge a review by its cover.
So Pennywise are from California, and they are popular with skate and surf kiddies, but if you're expecting watered down Offspring/Green Day type pop-punk, then you're out of luck. This is faster, more intelligent, and dare I say it, heavier ... If you want Good Charlotte or Blink 182, then go and listen to er... Good Charlotte or Blink 182. And Pennywise deliver live, something the pretend punks only wish they could.
Unlike the modern day pretenders, Pennywise have one foot firmly in the early 80s, and are damned proud of the fact. Check the cover of "Minor Threat", where Jim lists the bands he grew up listening to. Some of their songs here, particularly older tracks like "Final Chapters" and "Unknown Road" sound like Bad Religion or The Descendents with a rocket ... The song "Pennywise" could almost have come from Suicidal Tendencies. There is an old school Hardcore edge to much of the band's material. Something else the casual observer might also miss is a hint of Thrash, particularly in the guitar playing. Don't believe me? Check out "Fight Til You Die" and "Perfect People" for yourself. It beats most of what Megadeth or Helloween produced in the 1980s.
Even several years after his suicide, original bass player Jason is still an important figure for the band. If he wrote a song, they let everyone know. The set closer "Bro Hymn" is dedicated to his memory, and what a belter of a song to be remembered by. The distinctive bass riff and classic "whoa, whoa" shoutalong refrains get everyone going, for a raucous all-in finale.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The 'Wise live December 13, 2000
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I saw Pennywise live before I bought this Cd, and it is definately awesome. Pennywise puts on a great show, and the live album definately shows what they can do onstage. They're definately very energetic. Sure, they don't have hilarious on-stage antics (like The Bloodhound Gang or The Offspring), or one-liners (a la Blink 182) but all that matters is that they play awesome music. They play some great songs (my favs are Perfect People and Alien), as well as a collection of PW past and present. I also like the way the Wise interacts with the audience, and the way they introduce each song before they play it. The sound quality on this live CD is awesome. Anyone that likes live acts, especially punk, should definately pick this one up.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One Massive Performance October 25, 2000
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If there exists a band who can bind your life into an empire and motivate you, Pennywise is it! For some years I've longed and impatiently anticipated for a live disk from the spirit-boosting Punk Band. And now after the tremendous wait Pennywise administers the fans with a bouncing extract of "Live At The Key Club." In the Live CD, the band crams colossal, raw energy. It's effortlessly easy to tell that the fans behind the music are caught in an ocean of Pennywise's melodious tunes. A Live disk which surpasses all my expectations. The songs derived from all albums are inserted and truly done in the excellence concerts always grant. It's true, Pennywise are praiseworthy live. Their energy is palpable with songs like Straight Ahead and the magic from Bro Hymn. In regard to Pennywise's long success, this CD does more than just release a live album, it contributes to the damn good reputation Pennywise has maintained. In conclusion, after listening to Unknown Road and my personal mind healer, Fight Till You Die, I have concluded Pennywise is what American Punk is all about. Go get this, then join the L.A. fans stuck in a majestic enrapture!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pennywise has proven that they can put on a awesome show September 13, 2002
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This is the latest Pennywise c.d. that I have gotten and it was shocking to hear how amazing a live show put on by Pennywise can be.My only regrets are the lack of good songs from about time and the fact that the song alien which sounds like it was written by a totally different band was on here.
Also wouldn't it be nice wasn't nearly as godd as how it is on the self titled album.Pennywise manages to pack a-lot of awesome energy into this album with tracks like fight till you die and cant believe it and the touching Bro Hyhm.
I would reccomend listening to Pennywise before getting this c.d. Get About time or the self titled but I wouldn't reccomend Unkown for new listeners to Pennywise, I thought that almost all of the songs on Unknown road sounded terrible with the exceptions of Homesick and Unkown Road the song and the vocals get really whiny and annoying.
So if you really become a Pennywise fan I would reccomend that you buy this c.d. it rocks my socks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hell yeah January 26, 2006
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Pennywise have always been one of my favorite 90s Punk Bands. And this live cd f*ckin kills. Most of their best tracks on 1 cd

1. Intro

2. Wouldn't It Be Nice 10/10

3. Living For Today 9/10

4. Final Chapters 10/10

5. Can't Believe It 8/10

6. Unknown Road 10/10

7. Homesick 9/10

8. No Reason Why 20/10

9. Fight Till You Die 9/10

10. Peaceful Day 10/10

11. Society 10/10

12. Straight Ahead 10/10

13. Pennywise 9/10

14. Perfect People 10/10

15. Minor Threat 10/10 Great Cover

16. Same Old Story 10/10

17. Alien 10/10

18. Bro Hymn 15/10

Get this for an intro to Pennywise or if u want the best live cd/recording ever
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