Live Ledge #68: More 1977
Here's the rule - if an act was repeated this week it was because they had multiple 1977 releases, and it's quite amazing just how many bands had two albums. The Jam, The Damned, and Ramones are just a few groups that fit into this category, and The Clash and Elvis Costello were repeated because they had a full-length AND a single (although Elvis' "Watching the Detectives" was inserted into the U.S. edition of My Aim Is True).
There's even a hard rock set in this show, but how could I ignore the 1977 greatness of Motorhead, Thin Lizzy, and AC/DC?
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1. The Kinks, Prince of the Punks
2. The Boomtown Rats, Lookin' After No. 1
3. Chris Spedding, Wild In The Streets
4. Cheap Trick, Southern Girls
5. The Real Kids, All Kindsa Girls
6. The Only Ones, Another Girl Another Planet
7. Wreckless Eric, Whole Wide World
8. Graham Parker & The Rumour, Stick to Me
9. Elvis Costello, Watching The Detectives
10. Suicide, Rocket U.S.A
11. X-Ray Spex, Day The World Turned Day-Glo
12. Eater, Thinking of the USA
13. Dmz, Mighty Idy
14. Dead Boys, Sonic Reducer
15. Dictators, Search & Destroy
16. Ramones, Do You Wanna Dance?
17. The Clash, Garageland
18. The Damned, Problem Child
19. The Buzzcocks, Orgasm Addict
20. The Jam, The Modern World
21. The Stranglers, (Get A) Grip (On Yourself)
22. Sham 69, I Don't Wanna
23. The Hypstrz, Action Woman
24. Rubber City Rebels, Rubber City Rebels
25. The Dogs, 19 Streets
26. The Misfits, She
27. The Germs, Lexicon Devil
28. The Zeroes, Don't Push Me Around
29. Weirdos, Life Of Crime
30. AC\DC, Problem Child
31. Thin Lizzy, Bad Reputation
32. Kiss, Plaster Caster
33. Motörhead, Motorhead
34. Slaughter and the Dogs, Who are the Mystery Girls