Featuring the original lineup at the legendary Los Angeles venue, this was originally intended to be a DVD release. However, the original and only VHS tape of this 1999 concert was unfortunately destroyed during the digitizing process, leaving only a few salvaged images which are featured in the CD booklet. As a live album, Live at the Whisky A Go Go is plagued by inadequate sound and an inexplicably poor set list. The majority of the material being from The Fine Art of Murder is understandable, as this was their most current release at the time, but do we really need four cuts from Retribution? Only two songs apiece from cornerstone releases The Ten Commandments and Eternal? Nothing at all from the mighty In Cold Blood? Inexcusable. Still, a bad live album from these Floridian Death Metal legends beats most bands’ Pro Tooled studio affairs these days, and at the very least, worth owning for posterity’s sake.
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