Payable on Death Live

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Payable on Death Live
P.O.D. - Payable On Death Live (Original).jpg
Live album by P.O.D.
Released February 18, 1997
Recorded 1997, Live in Stevenson, Washington
Genre Christian metal, nu metal, rap metal
Label Rescue
Producer P.O.D.
P.O.D. chronology
Brown
(1996)Brown1996
Payable on Death Live
(1997)
The Warriors EP
(1999)The Warriors EP1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
HM [1]

Payable on Death Live is a live recording of rock group P.O.D. at the TomFest concert on February 18, 1997. It is P.O.D.'s third and final album on Rescue Records. The album was remastered and re-released in 2001 by Rescue Records.

Original Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "One Day" 5:11
2. "Draw the Line" 3:06
3. "Selah" 5:08
4. "Know Me" 4:04
5. "Punk-Reggae Jam" (featuring Russel Castillo of Dogwood) 3:10
6. "Breathe Babylon" (featuring Dirt) 6:27
7. "Preach" 3:03
8. "Full Color" 6:45
9. "Murder" 2:16
  • The track "Draw the Line" was written by Tim Gonzalez of the San Diego rapcore group House of Suffering.
  • On the original release, "Murder" was track 9. On the re-release, "1-800-HIT-HOME" and "Murder" are both at the end of track 8. "1-800-HIT-HOME" is not actually a song, but a message from Noah Bernardo Sr. (father of Wuv Bernardo and owner of Rescue Records). It has information about believing in and receiving Christ, and about "1-800-HIT-HOME".

References[edit]

  1. ^ Van Pelt, Doug (November–December 1998). "Album Reviews: P.O.D. Live At Tomfest". HM Magazine (74). ISSN 1066-6923.