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Liveline (Bonus Track Version)

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Customer Reviews

Long Time Angel's Fan

I first ran across The Angels, or Angel City as they were known in the U.S., back in 1980. The albums, actual vinyl, Face to Face, Darkroom, Night Attack and Two Minute Warning were staples in my rotation. The band played tight, blues based power riffs with Doc Neeson going wild on vocals. This is the one band I always wanted to see live but never got the opportunity. I had tickets for 1982 concert at the old Paramount theatre in Portland, OR but something conflicted. I've always regretted missing it. This is an excellent example of their body of work. If you like it, most of their catalog has been re-released on Shock Records, including imports from Australia, their home, that were never released in the U.S.

Hey Midlife, I was at the Paramount in '82!

Hey Midlife, I was at that Paramount show in Portland 1982 (I was a sophomeore in high school). Great show, great albums, great band. I have never forgotten about Angel City either and have talked about them with my old friends many times. The question always comes up, how are they so completely forgotten in the US when they were pretty big for a few years? One theory promoted by my friend is that they were especially strong in the NW and particularly in Portland because KGON gave them a big push and remained loyal to them. So whereas they might have been a known and liked band elsewhere in thee US, in Portland they were pretty huge. Don't know if I buy it but the idea probably has some merit. God bless Doc Neeson, Rick Brewster and the boys.

remember them with the kinks at the memorial?

saw both shows the paramount and memorial, seems they were only months a part, may have been a KGON Rocktober show! seems to me they made the kinks seem insignificant at the time, and that was no easy thing back then.

Biography

Formed: 1973 in Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Delivering raucous hard rock in the tradition of contemporaries like AC/DC and Rose Tattoo, the Angels are among the longest-lasting and most beloved bands ever to emerge from the Australian pub circuit. Their roots date back to 1973, when singer Doc Neeson and guitarist Rick Brewster first teamed up at university in an eccentric acoustic covers group dubbed the Moonshine Jug and String Band; by the following year they had begun adopting a more straightforward and electric approach, rechristening...
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