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Album Review

Rowdy Northern Irish trio Therapy? may have slipped under most people's radar since threatening to gatecrash the whole Brit-pop party in the mid-'90s, but they are still capable of pulling off the kind of raw, raucous, and mosh pit-inducing shows that briefly made them Kerrang! poster boys all those years ago, as evident on their first ever official live album, We're Here to the End. Released to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary, the generous 36-track collection, culled from their three-night residency at London's Water Rats in early 2010, luckily avoids the often derided tendency to concentrate on their most recent studio effort (only five tracks from 2009's Crooked Timber do make the cut) and instead provides a casual fan-friendly greatest-hits set with material from all but one of their ten studio albums (only 2001's poorly received trash-rock effort Shameless is ignored). Produced by vocalist Andy Cairns and mixer Adam Sinclair, the two-CD track list blisteringly rips through their extensive back catalog, with performances of songs from their two early film-sampling mini albums, Babyteeth and Pleasure Death ("Meat Abstract," "Potato Junkie"); their commercial peaks, 1994's punk metal-based Troublegum (their riotous cover of Joy Division's "Isolation") and 1996's cinematic Infernal Love (their rendition of Hüsker Dü's "Diane," here given a menacing metal makeover); and 1999 dark-themed fan favorite Suicide Pact: You First ("Sister") and 2006's highly polished One Cure Fits All ("Our White Noise"). Clocking in at over two and a half hours, We're Here to the End begins to feel like a chore once you get past the halfway mark, as do Cairns' continuous midsong crowd interactions, while the muddy recording quality often turns their anthemic driving metal into plodding pub rock. In a case of "you had to be there," fans who attended the gigs will undoubtedly treasure this as a keepsake souvenir, but while it's an admirably career-spanning track list, everyone else would be better off with 2007's Music Through a Cheap Transistor: The BBC Sessions if they want to hear the uncompromising headbangers at their best. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

We're Here To The End

An amazing live disc. This set offers nearly at least one killer track from all of T?'s illustrious career. I believe SHAMELESS is the only disc not represented on this collection. If you are not famaliar with T? I would highly recommend this album, it gives a nearly comprehensive overview of their career.


Just amazing every song just hits you like a Mack truck and than wanting more,"Teethgrinder" is just a show stealer almost all their albums are shown here.Only thing that kills me is that I saw Therapy? Once at the Reading Festival and again here in NYC at the now closed Tramps and that was in 1994 when troublgum came out I don't think they have been back to the states since,shame that more Americans don't dig these guys I mean listen to the crowd how Andy whips them up

Oh and get Fyfe back in the band

Therapy? Was amazing!

Great set of songs! One of my favorite bands during the mid 90's! Infernal Love is still on my 90's top 10 albums! Out of this world original drummer!


Formed: 1989 in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Genre: Rock

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

Northern Ireland’s Therapy? might have been amongst the vast number of bands who benefited from the rise of Nirvana and grunge in the early '90s, but they proved their worth by outlasting that trend and any number of sub-strains that followed throughout the subsequent two decades. They might have frustrated the unit shifters who banked on them to follow the pack and hit the charts, but they never felt the need to cash in. By constantly expanding upon a frame of influential references that included...
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