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Live at Austin City Limits: Music Festival 2006

Deadboy & the Elephantmen

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Best Live Band

I've seen many live shows over the years, but Deadboy really have an incredible live set. I saw them during this leg of their tour and love this set from Austin. Deadboy is one of the best bands out there. Their sound is raw and primitive yet still extremely complex. They just play rocking music for all the kids to groove to. If you like Deadboy, you have to get this album. If you've never heard of them before, you will be hooked after listening to this and their studio album. I highly recommend this band for those who truly love music.

according to b

to me this is dax riggs' best recording to date this live version with a woman drummer/vocalist is an awesome rendering of an original dax riggs a vocalist/lyricist extrardinarre tune.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Visceral indie rock duo Deadboy & the Elephantmen began as a solo project for singer/guitar player and ex-Agents of Oblivion/Acid Bath member Dax Riggs in 2000. He spent four years playing with a rotating cast of local characters before hooking up with New Orleans-born singer/drummer Tessie Brunet in 2004....
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Live at Austin City Limits: Music Festival 2006, Deadboy & the Elephantmen
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Nov 07, 2006
  • Parental Advisory

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