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Live At Mirage 1990

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Featuring mostly original members, the Litter did a reunion concert at the Mirage bar in Minneapolis on September 19, 1990, preserved on this 74-minute disc. As way-after-the-fact reunion albums go, this has to rank way up there; they (and particularly singer Denny Waite) sound a lot like they did in the 1960s, sticking largely to covers from their Distortions LP and '60s garage band/blues/British Invasion covers, though "Action Woman" of course is the opening number. As to whether this is actually preferable to or as good as the original Litter discs, well, of course not. It's nothing to be ashamed of, though; it's actually listenable, which is more than you can say for almost any other project of this sort.


Formed: 1966

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

One of Minneapolis' most popular '60s bands, the Litter are most well-known for their classic 1967 garage rock single "Action Woman." With its demonic fuzz/feedback guitar riffs and cocky, snarling lead vocal, it was an archetype of the tough '60s garage rock favored by fans of the Pebbles reissue series. In fact, the single, which got some airplay in Minnesota in early 1967 and then was largely forgotten, didn't reach an international audience until it became cut one, Side One on Volume One of Pebbles...
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