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Live, released in 1982

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. State Room (3:40 )
2. Like This (3:01)
3. Fingers & Toes (3:02)
4. Pop (4:40)
5. Crabs (4:29)
6. Duty (2:10)
7. Cain & Abel (3:50)
8. Do It (2:16)
9. Tuning (0:43)
10. Flies (0:58)
11. Benidorm (1:42)
12. Night By The Sea (4:54)

Bonus track on CD release:
13. I Hate America (5:10)

Track 13 is a bonus track previously available only as a promotional flexi disc.

Line-up / Musicians

- Tim Hodgkinson / Guitar [Hawaian], Saxophone, Organ, Voice
- Bill Gilonis / Guitar, Saxophone [Tenor], Backing Vocals
- Chris Cutler / Drums, Electric Drums
- Amos [Jim "Amos" Welton] / Bass Guitar, Voice

Releases information

Recommended Records Japan / RRJ 05
Format: Vinyl, LP

CD Release 2006: Ad Hoc Records / Ad Hoc 13

Recorded at a concert at the Osaka Koseikenkin Kaikan Middle Hall, Jun 29, 1982 with a cassette recorder 1/2 way back the hall and later reprocessed through a graphic equaliser & a DBX expander.

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