The City Is Alive Tonight...Live in Baltimore

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The City Is Alive Tonight...Live In Baltimore
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Live album and Video by
ReleasedJanuary 25, 2005
RecordedJune 14, 2004
GenreAvant-garde metal, experimental rock
Length74:08
LabelArtemis Records
Rotten Records
Dog Fashion Disco chronology
Day of the Dead EP
(2004)
The City Is Alive Tonight...Live In Baltimore
(2005)
Adultery
(2006)
Dog Fashion Disco video chronology
DFDVD
(2004)
DVD-Day
(2005)
DFDVD II
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[1]
somethingFM3.5/5 stars[2]

The City Is Alive Tonight...Live In Baltimore is a live album by Dog Fashion Disco released on January 25, 2005. It was recorded at Fletcher's, a club in Baltimore, MD, on June 14, 2004. It also contains the bonus DVD, DFD-Day, a recording of the day of the show, the show itself, the party afterwards, and the next morning. The songs "Worm in a Dog's Heart", "Rapist Eyes", "G Eye Joe" & Breed, however, are not present in the DVD, only in the CD. DFD-DAY was directed by Justin McConnell, and partially inspired the production of the feature documentary Working Class Rock Star. The album was re-released in 2006 through Rotten Records.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Worm In A Dog's Heart"4:12
2."Rapist Eyes"4:18
3."Baby Satan"4:19
4."Love Song For A Witch"5:00
5."Vertigo Motel"5:45
6."Toothless Dream"4:23
7."Acid Memoirs"3:19
8."9 To 5 At The Morgue"4:42
9."Pink Riots"5:25
10."Valley Girl Ventriloquist"5:30
11."G Eye Joe"3:57
12."Leper Friend"4:28
13."A Corpse Is A Corpse"5:22
14."Breed"2:50
15."Rat On A Sinking Ship"5:05
16."Albino Rhino"5:26
Total length:74:08

All songs except "Breed" written by Dog Fashion Disco. "Breed" is credited as words by Kurt Cobain and music by Nirvana.

Credits[edit]

  • Todd Smith - Vocals
  • Jasan Stepp - Guitar
  • Jeff Siegel - Keyboards
  • Brian "Wendy" White - Bass
  • Mike "Ollie" Oliver - Drums
  • Matt Rippetoe - Saxophone & Flute
  • Drew Mazurek - Recorder, Engineer, Mixer
  • Kevin Kelch - Assistant Engineer
  • Joe Lambert - Mastering
  • Eric Cole - A&R
  • Derek Brewer - Management
  • Jeff Cohen, Esq. - Legal
  • John Jones - Art Direction & Design
  • Wendy Jones - Art Direction & Design
  • Amy Weiser - Photography
  • Mike Kelley - Booking
  • Eric Cole - Project Coordinator
  • Unstable Ground - DVD production company
  • Justin McConnell - DVD author/director
  • Tom Gregg - Cameraman
  • Greg Sommer - Cameraman
  • Dylan Harrison - Cameraman

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