Live at Waterloo

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Live at Waterloo
Live at Waterloo.jpg
Live album by Skrewdriver
Released 1994
Recorded 12 September 1992
Genre Rock Against Communism
Length 60:46
Label ISD/White Terror
Producer Skrewdriver
Skrewdriver chronology
Live & Kicking
(1991)Live & Kicking1991
Live at Waterloo
This One's for the Skinheads
(1995)This One's for the Skinheads1995

Live at Waterloo is a live album by the white power rock band Skrewdriver. The album is considered by skinheads to be Ian Stuart Donaldson's best performance. It is so named because of a fight at the redirection point, Waterloo train station, between skinheads and anti-fascist demonstrators, dubbed the "Battle of Waterloo" by mainstream media.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Back with a Bang"
  2. "Tomorrow Belongs to Me"
  3. "Europe Awake"
  4. "Street Fight"
  5. "The Showdown"
  6. "Paranoid" (Black Sabbath cover)
  7. "United" (Judas Priest cover)
  8. "Our Pride Is Our Loyalty"
  9. "Hail the New Dawn"
  10. "Johnny Joined the Klan"
  11. "Blood & Honour"
  12. "Stand Proud"
  13. "Sweet Home Alabama" (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
  14. "46 Years"
  15. "Strike Force"
  16. "Free My Land"
  17. "Smash the IRA"
  18. "When The Boat Comes In"
  19. "White Power"

The tracks "Back with a Bang", "46 Years" and "Strikeforce" were faded in and out on the album because they began and ended the respective sides of the master tape. The track "White Power" has a speech at the end from ISD thanking the racialists for attending and welcoming Dirlewanger and No Remorse (the other two bands on the bill that day).