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Live Bootleg '82 is the title of a live album by rock band Daniel Amos, released on Stunt Records in 1990.
Recorded in St. Louis, Missouri by Bruce A. Brown in April, 1982, this album gave fans a glimpse into a typical D.A. concert in the early 1980s. Having gone in a harder rock/new-wave direction, they abandoned the country-rock songs of their first two albums. This set (as seen on the "Uncut" edition) culled three songs from Horrendous Disc and nine from ¡Alarma! , both released the previous year, along with three songs from Doppelgänger which would not be released for a year and three songs never released on an album.
The album also includes their well-known "Surf Suite", which they had performed in differing fashions for several years. It led off with a new-wave take on The Beach Boys' "Surfin' U.S.A.", the instrumental surf classic "Wipe Out", followed by D.A.'s own surfing-inspired songs "Endless Summer" and "(Near Sighted Girl with Approaching) Tidal Wave".
All songs written by Terry Scott Taylor unless noted.
All songs written by Terry Scott Taylor unless noted.
Horrendous Disc is the third studio album by Christian rock band Daniel Amos. Originally recorded in 1978 for Maranatha! Music, it was not released until 1981 when it was issued by Larry Norman's Solid Rock Records, weeks before the release of the band's fourth album. The album is noted as a departure from the band's early country rock sound.
¡Alarma! is the fourth studio album by Christian rock band Daniel Amos, issued on Newpax Records in April 1981. It is the first album in their ¡Alarma! Chronicles series and one of the earliest records in the Christian alternative rock genre.
Darn Floor - Big Bite is the eighth studio album by Christian alternative rock band Daniel Amos, issued on Frontline Records in 1987. It is their first album following the completion of their ¡Alarma! Chronicles album cycle, and was issued under their shortened moniker Da.
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Wonderama is an album by Randy Stonehill released in 1991 on Myrrh Records.
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