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A Bad Brains Reunion Live from Maritime Hall

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Released  21 October 2001
Artist  Bad Brains
Label  Artists Only! Records
Recorded  1999
Release date  21 October 2001
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A Bad Brains Reunion Live at Maritime Hall SF (1999)  I And I Survived (2002)
Genres  Reggae, Punk rock, Hardcore punk, Roots reggae
Similar  The Youth Are Getting Restless, God of Love, Live at CBGB 1982, I & I Survived, Into the Future

A Bad Brains Reunion Live at Maritime Hall is the third live album from hardcore punk and reggae pioneers Bad Brains. It marks the reunion of the band after a four-year breakup. At the time, the band were unable to use the name "Bad Brains" as they were embattled in legal turmoil with their prior management company. For over three years, the band had to tour under the name "Soul Brains" even though the original lineup of Bad Brains was intact.

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The album came under sharp criticism upon its release due to the lazy singing style of the usually manic and energetic H.R., who was accused of mailing in his performance at this reunion concert recorded live in 1999 at the Maritime Hall theater in San Francisco. Moreover, many of the tracks had already appeared on the previous two live Bad Brains albums.

One new song - "On Like Popcorn" - was also released as a single in preparation for a new studio album, but the band broke up once again in 2000. It was later included on their 2012 studio album Into the Future.

Personnel

  • H.R. – vocals
  • Dr. Know – guitar
  • Darryl Jenifer – bass
  • Earl Hudson – drums
  • Songs

    1Attitude1:44
    2Coptic Times2:28
    3At the Movies2:45

    References

    A Bad Brains Reunion Live from Maritime Hall Wikipedia


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