X - PHILADELPHIA 2003

November 27, 2019 – 8:06 am

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X
Philadelphia 2003 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Theatre of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA; June 15, 2003. Very good soundboard.

Los Angeles punk rock band, X, achieved limited mainstream success but influenced various genres of music. In 2003, X’s first two studio albums, Los Angeles and Wild Gift, were ranked by Rolling Stone as being among the 500 greatest albums of all time. - wikipedia

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Thanks to julsay for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

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Track 01. Your Phone’s Off The Hook 3:16
Track 02. The Hungry Wolf 3:08
Track 03. True Love 2:40
Track 04. Poor Girl 3:07
Track 05. In This House 3:46
Track 06. We’re Desperate 2:23
Track 07. The Once Over Twice 2:46
Track 08. I’m Coming Over 1:40
Track 09. Los Angeles 3:01
Track 10. The New World 3:19
Track 11. Riding With Mary/Sugarlight 5:52
Track 12. Breathless 2:35
Track 13. Nausea 4:20
Track 14. Year 1/Because I Do 3:52
Track 15. Devil Doll 5:51
Track 16. Beyond And Back 2:58
Track 17. Adult Books 3:40
Track 18. Soul Kitchen 5:43
Track 19. Johnny Hit And Run Pauline 3:01
Track 20. Motel Room In My Bed 2:39
Track 21. The World’s A Mess/It’s In My Kiss 3:21
73 mins

Lineup:
John Doe - bass, vocals
Exene Cervenka - vocals
Billy Zoon - guitar
DJ Bonebreak - drums

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  1. 9 Responses to “X - PHILADELPHIA 2003”

  2. Neil Christian and the Crusaders, featuring a young Jimmy Page on guitar, played a concert at Holloway Women’s Prison in London, England. The inmates were all dressed in washed out yellow, green, blue and red faded floral print dresses and wore homemade mascara, using the charcoal from burnt matches.

    By Pimmy Jage on Nov 27, 2019

  3. Love this band, LA punk at its best. Thanks BigO!

    By Tony on Nov 27, 2019

  4. Now I know there’s a reason I’ve never heard of this band. Instrumentally they are fine, but the lyrics and vocals, in my opinion, are very weak. Maybe The Pogues and Blondie ruined me for punk like this.

    But I’m still glad that Bigo posts such a wide variety of music for various people’s taste.

    By Mark on Nov 28, 2019

  5. Didn’t the doors Ray Manzarak discover this band ?

    By Bill on Nov 28, 2019

  6. Rumor has it this is a band of lil Uns and a lady who prefers Big Uns z

    By U L E on Nov 28, 2019

  7. If this is LA punk at its best, I’d hate to hear the rest.

    Thank you BigO, but it’s not for me.

    By Brian Griffin on Nov 28, 2019

  8. These Huge Nuts bouncing ON YOUR CHIN are definitely for you .

    By Brian Griffin MORON on Nov 28, 2019

  9. What a Moron.

    By Brian Griffin MORON on Nov 28, 2019

  10. My GOD they are amazing. I was fortunate to be able to see them after all these years of missing them and they did not disappoint. I rank them up there with Clash in 1977 and Ramones in 1976….and yeah, Patti Smith in 1975. Damn they are good.

    If you do not like them listen to them again.

    By William G McCown on Dec 4, 2019

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