9 thoughts on “ The Tubes - What Do You Want From Live (CD, Album)

  1. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: kbps = good, kbps = great, kbps = .
  2. I've seen the band now a total of eight times, and "What Do You Want From Live?" is a pretty amazing aural representation of the band at that time--I still have the album in my car, 27 years later (now on CD, but I used to have it on 8-track!)/5(77).
  3. I've seen the band now a total of eight times, and "What Do You Want From Live?" is a pretty amazing aural representation of the band at that time--I still have the album in my car, 27 years later (now on CD, but I used to have it on 8-track!)/5(41).
  4. The Tubes is the debut album by the gnosrenlidisredo.buzznacmakhfitibcimasminaralldisne.infoinfo which received significant airplay from this album include "What Do You Want from Life?" and "White Punks on Dope," the latter of which peaked at number 28 on the UK singles chart. The album was dedicated to Bob McIntosh and Tom Donahue.
  5. Despite this caveat, What Do You Want from Live remains a witty and entertaining live album. It may not win any new converts to the Tubes' camp, but fans of the group will definitely want to check out this entertaining souvenir from the group's wildest era.6/
  6. To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account. You will get 2 track for free after confirming your account!
  7. Sep 16,  · From their debut record, the Tubes play "Up From The Deep," Space Baby "Malaguena Salerosa," "Mondo Bondage," "Haloes," and the aforementioned "What Do You Want From Life" and "White Punks On Dope.".
  8. For an impressionable teen in the suburbs this album sat squarely between my Yes and Jethro Tull albums and my Sex Pistols and Clash albums. I have to thank my friend Pete Heimlich (aka Pete Meter) for having introduced me to the Tubes when I stayed with him and my brother in San Francisco the summer of /5(4).
  9. Despite this caveat, What Do You Want from Live remains a witty and entertaining live album. It may not win any new converts to the Tubes' camp, but fans of the group will definitely want to check out this entertaining souvenir from the group's wildest era. ~ Donald A. Guarisco/5(25).

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