If you’re going to kick authority in the teeth, you might as well use two feet.
I’ve never had a problem with drugs. I’ve had problems with the police.
— Keith Richards
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Recorded live for the “Songwriters Circle” program at the Subterania Club, London UK, May 12, 1999. Broadcasted by the BBC september 7, 1999.
John Cale: vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
Chrissie Hynde: vocals, acoustic guitar
Nick Cave: vocals, piano
Adam Seymour: additional acoustic guitar
Ship Of Fools (filmed backstage)
Thoughtless Kind (John Cale)
Talk of The Town (Chrissie Hynde)
West Country Girl (Nick Cave)
Fear Is A Man’s Best Friend (John Cale)
Kid (Chrissie Hynde)
Henry Lee (Nick Cave)
Dying On The Vine(John Cale)
I’ll Stand By You (Chrissie Hynde)
Into My Arms (Nick Cave)
Ship Of Fools (John Cale)
Back on the Chain Gang (Chrissie Hynde)
The Ship Song (Nick Cave)
Colin Meloy’s original version of My Mother Was a Chinese Trapeze Artist.
This was written before The Decemberists got together, as a part of Meloy’s college band, Tarkio.
Live At Rockpalast Open Air Festival 22/06/1996 Loreley Germany
1. Intro – 00:13 / 2. Look Back In Anger – 01:00 / 3. Scary Monsters – 05:30 / 4. Diamond Dogs – 10:53 / 5. The Heart’s Filthy Lesson – 15:34 / 6. Outside – 20:51 / 7. Aladdin Sane – 26:05 / 8. Andy Warhol – 30:50 / 9. The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty) – 34:36 / 10. The Man Who Sold The World – 40:02 / 11. Telling Lies – 43:40 / 12. Baby Universal – 47:54 / 13. Hallo Spaceboy – 51:10 / 14. Breaking Glass – 56:32 / 15. We Prick You – 1:00:15 / 16. Jump They Say – 1:04:38 / 17. Lust For Life – 1:08:06 / 18. Under Pressure – 1:14:15 / 19. “Heroes” – 1:18:13 / 20. White Light/White Heat – 1:24:10 / 21. Moonage Daydream – 1:28:40 / 22. All The Young Dudes – 1:34:25
The Cannibals’ War (1996): As the trial of former Liberian dictator Charles Taylor begins, we bring back an exclusive report exposing the atrocities committed by Taylor’s men. Filmed in the middle of the civil war, it includes footage of Taylor’s supporters preparing to eat a human heart and a rare interview with Taylor.
And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They’re quite aware of what they’re going through – “Changes“
‘Cause I’d rather stay here
With all the madmen
Than perish with the sad men
And I’d rather play here
With all the madmen
For I’m quite content they’re all as sane as me – “All the Madmen“
— David Bowie