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Album Review

College-circuit faves Big Head Todd & the Monsters save the best for first, opening their overlong live disc Live Monsters with their best track, "Bittersweet." Several other tunes approach the melodic hook of this great song.

Customer Reviews

Monsters Meaner in Person

Think of any BHTM song that you like....if there is a version of it on "Live Monsters", then you will find that it is better, funkier, juicier. BHTM really come alive on stage! Not only are the songs a virtual "best of" selection, but the powerful voice of Hazel Miller, who tours with them occasionally, lends a lot of soul to a song when she attacks it. Check out "Its Alright".

There isn't a bad song (nor an average one) on the entire album - it only gets better with repeated listening!

Awesome!

Sounds just as good as the show I saw in Raleigh, NC!

Never Gets Old

PLEASE buy this album. I have been listening to this for over 15 years and it is still in my rock rotation. This live album has everything you could ever want : soul, crunchiness, solos, you name it. It should be listed with the all time great solo albums of rock and roll. "The Leaving Song" gives me chills every time i listen to it all these years later. This was from a time when BHTM was at the top of their game and never faltered.

Biography

Formed: 1986 in Boulder, CO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the late '80s and early '90s, Big Head Todd & the Monsters (the Colorado-based trio of guitarist/keyboard player Todd Park Mohr, bassist Rob Squires, and drummer Brian Nevin) built their audience through constant touring, playing college towns across the country. With these tours, they built a solid fan base before they had even signed to a major label. Although they released a number of records, they weren't quite able to transfer the live appeal of their laid-back, slightly jazzy blues-based...
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