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|Recorded||23 June 1994|
|Genre||Punk / Rock|
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Molten Lager is a live album by The Damned that was recorded in Mulhouse, France on 23 June 1994.
The line-up features the Not of This Earth personnel and showcases much of that album and other rare tracks by The Damned. While somewhat obscure, this CD is regarded by many fans and music critics as the best of the Damned's numerous live albums [ citation needed ], although it largely ignores the band's goth period in favour of the more punk and rock oriented material.
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