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Everything, Everything Live


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 12 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Musicrama
  • ASIN: B00004X0BW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,809 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Juanita/Kiteless
2. Cups
3. Push Upstairs
4. Pearls Girl
5. Jumbo
6. Shudder/King Of Snake
7. Born Slippy Nuxx
8. Rez/Cowgirl

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I've never seen Underworld live before and with this cd, I dont think I need to. 'Juanita',Kiteless' and 'Cups' kick things off nicely getting the crowd ready of what's to come. Their version of 'Pearl's Girl' sends shivers down my spine and I love the 'aaahhh' bits on the trancey chords really get me into a state of ecstacy. Amazing breakdown. 'Jumbo' is simply breath taking."Click"! 'Born slippy' live is mesmerising with a nice twist of analogue-esque twiddling mania. And 'Rez/Cowgirl ends things off superbly,getting the crowd to interact and sing along the riff at the end. Class. For anyone reading this review would you please let me know where I can find the 'Micronauts' remix of 'Bruce Lee'. thanks.
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By Henry Platte on March 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
This will be difficult to explain. If you've studied chemistry, you know that elements like lithium and sodium are actually metals, even though you don't usually see them in large chunks like gold or iron. Well, this album is like a huge, solid block of Art. Not just good techno, not even neccesarily good _music_, but Art. It's like all music tries to produce a certain sensation, while this is the solid, condensed and packaged version of that sensation. All of the songs are amazing, particularly the 'Juanita' part of Juanita/Kiteless, and the climax of Cups, the best part of the original song. Listening to King of Snake is like participating in some violent pagan ritual. Push Upstairs, a song I always thought was sort of weak, is vastly improved from the album version, and sounds downright unsettling with a section of synthetic heavy breathing sounds. There are freestyle lyrical additions to a lot of songs, to best effect in Push Upstairs and King of Snake, while some of the songs (Jumbo, Born Slippy) are almost completley orthodox. In fact, Jumbo is the only song which I don't think is superior to the studio version; it's about the same, but the original was great. The other weak link is Pearl's Girl, which, although it sounds extremely cool with the looped 'crazycrazycrazycrazy,' never quite reaches the transcendence of the other songs.
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I thought of their LIVE CD as their 'pre-hits CD' next to their "1992-2002" Anthology CD. Everything, Everything; LIVE puts their best hits onto a nice and short 8-track CD. The versions of these songs were remixed they are LIVE <--obviouslly. I mainly bought this for "Born Slippy Nuxx" cause let's face it Born Slippy Nuxx was the HIT song on the Trainspotting Soundtrack. "Rez/Cowgirl" was another one I fell in love with after listening to the ORIGINAL version and then listening to it again combined with "Rez". "Jumbo" and "Shudder/King Of Snake" I thought they could've done a more of a better job with it just because I thought it all sounded the same except for them shouting the lyrics into their mics. "Cups" and "Juanita/Kiteless" became the two favorites of mine when I first got the CD (everyday after school I would come home and listen to them non-stop). "Pearls Girl" sounds like something you'd hear in an 'packed' action/adventure movie. Everything, Everything; LIVE is labeled, to me, as their 'Greatest Hits' CD and a great introduction to "1992-2002" (which it is now in stores) so go get it!
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I love this cd's king of snake. It is a very good concert album. Aquire it and you wont repent.
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I never thought an electro group massive concert will do.
Underworld not only proved me wrong, they showed me
they deserve to be one of the most prominent live bands
ever. Pop and not so pop.
Underworld are not my favourite band, but are Top Professionals.
Not only as composer programmers but as outstanding performing
musicians as well.
Excellent spatial hifi sound, captivating synths,
influential vocals, effective drums.
'Everything, Everything' is
Spectacular, Fiery and Powerful.
Favourite tracks: Push Upstairs, Rez/Cowgirl.
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Underworld, the only techno band that treats concerts the way a rock band does, are known for improvising and taking new approaches to their songs live. Everything, Everything is supposed to be a document of what Underworld concerts are like, but isn't quite definitive. First, there are only eight songs here (though Underworld haven't gone light on the content - the CD is 75 minutes long!), and of these, four are from Beaucoup Fish and only one from their first and best album Dubnobasswithmyheadman. I'd have preferred "Dark & Long" (or even better, "Dark Train"), "Dirty Epic," "M.E." or even "Stagger" to "Pearls Girl" or "King of Snake," especially since those two songs don't sound that different from their album versions, excepting rougher production and one pretty cool part in "King of Snake" where the music stops and Hyde sings to a beat clapped out by the crowd for a while. Despite that, though, my appreciation of Beaucoup Fish has increased thanks to this album - "Push Upstairs" sounds a lot more menacing live, the fuzzed-up ending of "Cups" that sounded sterile on the album is now fast and commanding, and "Jumbo" is as soothing as ever.
"Juanita" is one of my favourite Underworld tracks, and it's the one to get the most radical makeover here. The drums are still there, but no longer lead; instead, keyboards do, and the bass is replaced by a sample of vocoded babble. The first part is rushed through fairly quickly, and Hyde's voice is distorted much more than on the album.
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