TWISTED SISTER – Live At Hammersmith (re-release)


Release Date: August 21,  2001

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No Sleep ‘til Hammersmith by Motorhead is not the only masterpiece to come out from that side of UK’s capital. First released in 1994, here’s the re-release, probably to support the show in New York and the idea of a reunion… I never saw the use in a re-release done completely like the original, but hey – this killer live disc never got the attention it deserved! This CD takes you to the show, and has the band’s perhaps best set possible, recorded during the “Stay Hungry” tour. Dee shows why there is a Sebastian Bach, and he shows how important it is to have a real front man with an attitude and a running mouth. The band, which never had any exceptionally high profiled musicians, has something unique to bring, as there is magic captured in these CD’s. I can’t do anything but recommend this CD to all fans of the band, as well as people of today who want to find out why the eighties were like the were, and how people made it through the troubled youth back then…


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