Cat No: FC167CD

1. Just Like Honey 2. Sometimes Always (feat. Isobel Campbell) 3. Black and Blues (feat. Isobel Campbell) 4. Amputation 5. All Things Pass 6. Some Candy Talking 7. Head On 8. The Living End 9. Cracking Up 10. Teenage Lust 11. I Hate Rock ‘N’ Roll 12. Reverence 13. Blues From a Gun 14. Far Gone and Out 15. Between Planets 16. Half Way To Crazy 17. In a Hole
Recorded at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles in 2018, ‘Sunset 666’ is a new live album from The Jesus and Mary Chain, due out August 4th 2023 on Fuzz Club. In 1990, a young American band, full of a precise kind of noise and darkness, were special guests on the US tour being undertaken by a group who had noise and darkness, poise and catharsis of their own. The young band: Nine Inch Nails. Those headliners: The Jesus and Mary Chain. Almost thirty years later, an invitation was extended. Would the Reid brothers care to reverse the roles and open for Nine Inch Nails on their own North American tour? Trent Reznor had been a fan of the Mary Chain, and influenced by them since hearing ‘Psychocandy’, so it felt a good fit and the Reid brothers accepted. The resulting tour ended with a run of six shows at LA’s Hollywood Palladium and the seventeen tracks captured on the ‘Sunset 666’ double album were recorded from the desk on two of those nights. Sides A, B and C are from the final show, December 15. Those twelve songs were the full set that night, in sequence, meaning the show began with the here-we f*cking-go drums of ‘Just Like Honey’ and ended with the ferocious euphoria of an eight and-a-half minute ‘Reverence’. Side D of the vinyl record is taken from the December 11 show and serves almost as a mini-showcase of the ‘Automatic’ album, featuring versions of ‘Blues From A Gun’, ‘Between Planets’ and ‘Halfway To Crazy’.

Sunset 666 (Live at Hollywood Palladium)

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Cat No: FC167CD

1. Just Like Honey 2. Sometimes Always (feat. Isobel Campbell) 3. Black and Blues (feat. Isobel Campbell) 4. Amputation 5. All Things Pass 6. Some Candy Talking 7. Head On 8. The Living End 9. Cracking Up 10. Teenage Lust 11. I Hate Rock 'N' Roll 12. Reverence 13. Blues From a Gun 14. Far Gone and Out 15. Between Planets 16. Half Way To Crazy 17. In a Hole

Recorded at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles in 2018, ‘Sunset 666’ is a new live album from The Jesus and Mary Chain, due out August 4th 2023 on Fuzz Club. In 1990, a young American band, full of a precise kind of noise and darkness, were special guests on the US tour being undertaken by a group who had noise and darkness, poise and catharsis of their own. The young band: Nine Inch Nails. Those headliners: The Jesus and Mary Chain. Almost thirty years later, an invitation was extended. Would the Reid brothers care to reverse the roles and open for Nine Inch Nails on their own North American tour? Trent Reznor had been a fan of the Mary Chain, and influenced by them since hearing 'Psychocandy', so it felt a good fit and the Reid brothers accepted. The resulting tour ended with a run of six shows at LA’s Hollywood Palladium and the seventeen tracks captured on the ‘Sunset 666’ double album were recorded from the desk on two of those nights. Sides A, B and C are from the final show, December 15. Those twelve songs were the full set that night, in sequence, meaning the show began with the here-we f*cking-go drums of ‘Just Like Honey’ and ended with the ferocious euphoria of an eight and-a-half minute ‘Reverence’. Side D of the vinyl record is taken from the December 11 show and serves almost as a mini-showcase of the ‘Automatic’ album, featuring versions of ‘Blues From A Gun’, ‘Between Planets’ and ‘Halfway To Crazy’.

Cat No: FC167V12

1. Just Like Honey 2. Sometimes Always (feat. Isobel Campbell) 3. Black and Blues (feat. Isobel Campbell) 4. Amputation 5. All Things Pass 6. Some Candy Talking 7. Head On 8. The Living End 9. Cracking Up 10. Teenage Lust 11. I Hate Rock 'N' Roll 12. Reverence 13. Blues From a Gun 14. Far Gone and Out 15. Between Planets 16. Half Way To Crazy 17. In a Hole

Recorded at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles in 2018, ‘Sunset 666’ is a new live album from The Jesus and Mary Chain, due out August 4th 2023 on Fuzz Club. In 1990, a young American band, full of a precise kind of noise and darkness, were special guests on the US tour being undertaken by a group who had noise and darkness, poise and catharsis of their own. The young band: Nine Inch Nails. Those headliners: The Jesus and Mary Chain. Almost thirty years later, an invitation was extended. Would the Reid brothers care to reverse the roles and open for Nine Inch Nails on their own North American tour? Trent Reznor had been a fan of the Mary Chain, and influenced by them since hearing 'Psychocandy', so it felt a good fit and the Reid brothers accepted. The resulting tour ended with a run of six shows at LA’s Hollywood Palladium and the seventeen tracks captured on the ‘Sunset 666’ double album were recorded from the desk on two of those nights. Sides A, B and C are from the final show, December 15. Those twelve songs were the full set that night, in sequence, meaning the show began with the here-we f*cking-go drums of ‘Just Like Honey’ and ended with the ferocious euphoria of an eight and-a-half minute ‘Reverence’. Side D of the vinyl record is taken from the December 11 show and serves almost as a mini-showcase of the ‘Automatic’ album, featuring versions of ‘Blues From A Gun’, ‘Between Planets’ and ‘Halfway To Crazy’.

Cat No: FC167V12IN

1. Just Like Honey 2. Sometimes Always (feat. Isobel Campbell) 3. Black and Blues (feat. Isobel Campbell) 4. Amputation 5. All Things Pass 6. Some Candy Talking 7. Head On 8. The Living End 9. Cracking Up 10. Teenage Lust 11. I Hate Rock 'N' Roll 12. Reverence 13. Blues From a Gun 14. Far Gone and Out 15. Between Planets 16. Half Way To Crazy 17. In a Hole

Recorded at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles in 2018, ‘Sunset 666’ is a new live album from The Jesus and Mary Chain, due out August 4th 2023 on Fuzz Club. In 1990, a young American band, full of a precise kind of noise and darkness, were special guests on the US tour being undertaken by a group who had noise and darkness, poise and catharsis of their own. The young band: Nine Inch Nails. Those headliners: The Jesus and Mary Chain. Almost thirty years later, an invitation was extended. Would the Reid brothers care to reverse the roles and open for Nine Inch Nails on their own North American tour? Trent Reznor had been a fan of the Mary Chain, and influenced by them since hearing 'Psychocandy', so it felt a good fit and the Reid brothers accepted. The resulting tour ended with a run of six shows at LA’s Hollywood Palladium and the seventeen tracks captured on the ‘Sunset 666’ double album were recorded from the desk on two of those nights. Sides A, B and C are from the final show, December 15. Those twelve songs were the full set that night, in sequence, meaning the show began with the here-we f*cking-go drums of ‘Just Like Honey’ and ended with the ferocious euphoria of an eight and-a-half minute ‘Reverence’. Side D of the vinyl record is taken from the December 11 show and serves almost as a mini-showcase of the ‘Automatic’ album, featuring versions of ‘Blues From A Gun’, ‘Between Planets’ and ‘Halfway To Crazy’.

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Genre:Indie Rock Record Label:Cooking Vinyl Ltd Release Date:04/08/2023
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