Woodstock 1999 (album)

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Woodstock 1999
Live album by Various artists
Released October 19, 1999
Recorded July 23–25, 1999
Genre Rock, rap metal, nu metal, post-grunge, hip hop, punk rock, folk rock
Length 2:29:12
Label Epic
Producer Mitch Maketansky
Woodstock albums chronology chronology
Woodstock 1994
(1994)
Woodstock 1999
(1999)
The Woodstock Experience
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Woodstock 1999 is a two-disc set that documents the Woodstock 1999 festival. It was released during October 1999, nearly three months after the event took place. The album was released on Epic Records.

The set features one song from each of 32 performing artists. It also features the recording of the speech given when the fires got out of hand and the Red Hot Chili Peppers performance was paused on the last day of the festival, on the track "Interlude" (Disc one, number 16).

Each disc was also released separately with the titles "Woodstock 1999 Vol. 1 - Red Album" and "Woodstock 1999 Vol. 2 - Blue Album".

Track listing[edit]

Disc One

No. Title Music Length
1. "Blind"   Korn 4:03
2. "The Kids Aren't Alright"   The Offspring 3:02
3. "Four"   Lit 3:04
4. "Lit Up"   Buckcherry 4:40
5. "Bawitdaba"   Kid Rock 4:16
6. "Show Me What You Got"   Limp Bizkit 3:44
7. "Bulls on Parade"   Rage Against the Machine 3:49
8. "Creeping Death"   Metallica 6:49
9. "Roadhouse Blues"   Creed and Robby Krieger 5:49
10. "Bitch"   Sevendust 5:23
11. "Stop Being Greedy"   DMX 2:20
12. "Keep Away"   Godsmack 4:39
13. "A Secret Place"   Megadeth 4:24
14. "Everything Zen"   Bush 6:18
15. "I Alone"   Live 6:00
16. "Interlude"     1:15
17. "Fire"   Red Hot Chili Peppers 2:56

Disc Two

No. Title Music Length
1. "Tripping Billies"   Dave Matthews Band 5:23
2. "Rock This Town"   The Brian Setzer Orchestra 6:44
3. "Down So Long"   Jewel 5:39
4. "Ends"   Everlast 5:08
5. "Santa Monica (Watch the World Die)"   Everclear 5:18
6. "If It Makes You Happy"   Sheryl Crow 5:28
7. "Alison"   Elvis Costello 2:52
8. "So Pure"   Alanis Morissette 2:58
9. "Black Capricorn Day"   Jamiroquai 3:47
10. "Cold Beverage"   G. Love & Special Sauce 5:05
11. "Block Rockin' Beats"   The Chemical Brothers 4:03
12. "Adrenaline"   The Roots 4:15
13. "Airport Song"   Guster 3:30
14. "Superman's Dead"   Our Lady Peace 4:58
15. "Ecstasy"   Rusted Root 4:41
16. "Resting Place"   Bruce Hornsby 6:41

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Woodstock 1999 > Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved April 30, 2010.