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Here's the thing about Guster: they play mostly the same songs at every concert. Therefore this live CD doesn't stand out too much over the other ones that are available for purchase from iTunes. However, definately download Melanie. That song is rarely performed live and sounds far better than the album version (which is a secret track on Goldfly). In fact, Melanie is now one of my favorite Guster songs. Another rare live track is Mona Lisa, but from the preview it sounds messy. I would rather listen to the near-perfect album track (on Parachute) than the live performance.

Good Live Album

The good thing about this album is the amount of live tracks available. It even has 'Barrel of a Gun" hidden in the "Homecoming King" track. The crowd is more into the show in the "Portland: Live on Ice" album. I've never seen them live. They don't come to Texas that often, but I still love them. They have quality voices and the drums are out of this world.


I actually attended this concert and it was the reason I became a Guster fan. The songs are great and the live twist makes Guster, Guster. Live is definitely better than the originals in their past albums. I would highly recommend getting this.


Formed: 1991 in West Somerville, MA

Genre: Alternative

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

Although they evolved into a full-fledged pop band, Guster began their career as a quirky acoustic trio. The band, whose three co-founders met during freshmen year at Tufts University, spent most of the 1990s touring the college circuit and releasing independent albums, all of which featured hand percussion in lieu of a traditional drum set. Released in 1999, Lost and Gone Forever widened the band’s sound considerably, and the follow-up album found percussionist Brian Rosenworcel playing a drum set...
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