The Live Set - Volume 1
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|The Live Set - Volume 1|
|Studio album by Tlot Tlot|
|Recorded||1990-1991; vocals and guitars added 1993|
|Tlot Tlot chronology|
The Live Set - Volume 1 is the third album by the Australian alternative rock band Tlot Tlot. It was released in 1993. The bulk of the album consists of rerecorded versions of songs that appeared on A Day at the Bay and Pistolbuttsa'twinkle, a re-recorded version of the single "Old Mac", three unreleased songs and two covers of Depeche Mode's single "Just Can't Get Enough", one of which appears as a hidden track at the end of the album. These recordings consist mainly of the stripped down bass/keyboards/drums versions of the songs used to back the band in live performances.
The band would later rerecord their cover of "Just Can't Get Enough" for Fashion Takes a Holiday.
All tracks written by Bolwell/Paulzen except track 9 by Vince Clarke.
|No.||Title||Originally appeared on...||Length|
|1.||"Bonebass"||A Day at the Bay||2:38|
|2.||"Once or Thrice"||A Day at the Bay||2:51|
|3.||"Old Mac"||"Old Mac" single||4:04|
|4.||"Banter #1"||Previously unreleased||0:24|
|6.||"Box o' Gods"||Pistolbuttsa'twinkle||3:02|
|7.||"48 Death Narcotic"||Pistolbuttsa'twinkle||2:55|
|8.||"Bottle o' Beer"||Previously unreleased||0:28|
|9.||"Just Can't Get Enough"||Fashion Takes a Holiday||3:42|
|10.||"Special Piece of Person"||Pistolbuttsa'twinkle||2:02|
|11.||"Birthday"||A Day at the Bay||3:20|
|12.||Untitled (Unlisted reprise of track 9 which eventually fades out)||Previously unreleased||3:02|
"Television" makes use of a modified version of the Bo Diddley beat.
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