Vamp Le Stat | Music to Strip To!!: "Live" 1994

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Music to Strip To!!: "Live" 1994

by Vamp Le Stat

The phenomenal final performance of the original Vamp le Stat captured live in 1995. !!
Genre: Rock: Arena Rock
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1. Revolution
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2. Cantina Woman
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3. Chained Up
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4. Dirty Girl
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5. Love in a Bottle
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6. Shattered Love
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7. She's Not in Love (live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This 7 track CD is very unique because it contains 6 songs never heard before. The band intended on recording them in the studio later for a new album but broke up instead. This album documents just how ass kicking Vamp Le Stat was live. Includes a live version of “She’s Not In Love”

This is the last remnant of the original Vamp le Stat in all its raw glory!! Because shortly after this concert in 1994 the band imploded. Too much of just about every vice anyone can imagine (and some things you can’t) finally put a stake in us. It was over. We never even had time to record these songs in the studio. But VLS went out just as we had come in: loud ,nasty and obnoxious! Of course Vamp reformed later with different people but it was never really the same.
Put it this way, Vamp was kind of like a hot girl you meet at a party: exciting as hell and a good time for a while but you always knew it wouldn’t last !


Lead vocals and guitar: Jimmy Tuttle
Lead guitar and vocals: Jeff Jones
Bass, keyboards and vocals: Brian Boozer
Drums and vocals: Bret Blackburn




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