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Live from the Middle East

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Live from the Middle East
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Live album by
ReleasedOctober 20, 1998
RecordedDecember 1997
GenreSka punk
Length61:17
LabelMercury
ProducerPaul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones chronology
Let's Face It
(1997)
Live from the Middle East
(1998)
Pay Attention
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Live from the Middle East is an album by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. It was released on October 20, 1998 by Mercury Records. This album was recorded live in Cambridge, Massachusetts at The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub as part of the Bosstones' annual end-of-the-year Hometown Throwdown and is composed of highlights from the five shows the Bosstones played at the Hometown Throwdown that year. The live version of "The Rascal King" is featured in the PlayStation video game Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012.

Track listing

  1. "1-2-8" – 3:12
  2. "Do Somethin' Crazy" – 2:19
  3. "He's Back" – 3:04
  4. "Devil's Night Out" – 2:41
  5. "Kinder Words" – 2:56
  6. "Noise Brigade" – 2:09
  7. "The Rascal King" – 2:41
  8. "Hell of a Hat" – 3:41
  9. "Holy Smoke" – 3:51
  10. "Hope I Never Lose My Wallet" – 2:00
  11. "I'll Drink to That" – 3:11
  12. "Royal Oil" – 2:33
  13. "Cowboy Coffee" – 2:09
  14. "Doves and Civilians" – 2:32
  15. "Let's Face It" – 2:19
  16. "Howwhywas, Howwhyam" – 2:25
  17. "Dr. D" – 2:51
  18. "Where'd You Go?" – 2:47
  19. "Seven Thirty Seven/Shoe Glue" – 4:16
  20. "The Impression That I Get" – 3:17
  21. "Someday I Suppose" – 3:10
  22. "Lights Out" – 1:13
  • "Doves and Civilians" is a live version of "Drunks And Children" from their debut album Devil's Night Out

Personnel


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