Live Bootleg (Audio Adrenaline album)

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Live Bootleg
Live album by Audio Adrenaline
Released October 10, 1995
Recorded Fall 1994
Genre Christian rock
Label ForeFront
Audio Adrenaline chronology
Don't Censor Me
(1993)
Live Bootleg
(1995)
Bloom
(1996)

Live Bootleg is Audio Adrenaline's first live album. It was recorded during various presentations of the band in the fall of 1994, and released in 1995.

Track listing[edit]

Album release
No. Title Writer(s) Originally recorded on Length
1. "Intro"     - 1:01
2. "We're a Band"   Barry Blair, Bob Herdman, Will McGinniss, Mark Stuart Don't Censor Me 4:10
3. "What You Need"   Blair, Herdman, Stuart Audio Adrenaline 4:48
4. "Can't Take God Away"   Blair, Todd Collins, Herdman, McGinniss, Toby McKeehan, Stuart Don't Censor Me 4:57
5. "Soulmate"   Blair, Herdman, McGinniss, Stuart Don't Censor Me 3:55
6. "Scum Sweetheart"   Blair, Herdman, McGinniss, Stuart Don't Censor Me 4:40
7. "Rest Easy"   Blair, Herdman, McGinniss, Stuart Don't Censor Me 7:07
8. "Don't Censor Me"   Blair, Herdman, McGinniss, Stuart Don't Censor Me 4:07
9. "Medley: My God / DC-10"   Blair, Herdman, Stuart Audio Adrenaline 6:59
10. "Big House"   Blair, Herdman, McGinniss, Stuart Don't Censor Me 5:18
11. "Happy and You Know It"     - 6:52
Total length:
53:54

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Brian Hayes - drums

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
Jesus Freak Hideout 2.5/5 stars[2]

Live Bootleg received mixed reviews from critics. Most of them recommended it only to established fans of the band. David Denis, of Jesus Freak Hideout, gave the album 2.5 stars out of 5, writing that the album "does not hold up against their studio work. Most of the time, it feels underproduced, which in a way, constitutes the 'bootleg' feel of the album." John DiBiase, on the other hand, writes that the album "captures their live energy pretty well with its raw production and intimate presentation".[3]

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