L.S.U. - Live at Cornerstone, Volume 1
L.S.U.'s Cornerstone shows in the early 90's are lengendary. A few bootleg videos were captured, but nothing was recorded professionally (unfortunately). In 1999, M8 took the best audio they could find and made this CD (Volume 2 was part of the Wakin' Up the Dead re-issue). The song orders were changed and edited some, but here are the best of what happened those two years.

Tracks 1-12 are from Cornerstone 1993; Tracks 13-18 are from Cornerstone 1991.


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L.S.U.
Live at Cornerstone, Volume 1 (1999 M8 Records)

Michael Knott - Vocals, guitar

01) Intro
02) Die Baby Die Knott Originally from Shaded Pain
03) Cussword / The Bomb Knott Originally from This is the Healing and Wakin' Up the Dead
04) English Interpreter of English Knott Originally from The Grape Prophet
05) Ocean Blue Knott Originally from Wakin' Up the Dead
06) House of Love Knott Originally from Wakin' Up the Dead
07) Ellis in the Orchard Knott Originally from The Grape Prophet
08) Radio Satan Knott Originally from World Tour
09) She Said Knott Originally from The Grape Prophet
10) Apocalypse Lips Knott Originally from Screaming Brittle Siren
11) Wino of the Red is Stained Knott Originally from The Grape Prophet
12) Crash and Burn Knott Originally from Screaming Brittle Siren
13) Bye Bye Colour Knott Originally from Shaded Pain
14) Die Baby Die Knott Originally from Shaded Pain
15) Tether to Tassel Knott Originally from Shaded Pain
16) Miracle Knott Originally from This is the Healing
17) Cheering for the Encore   crowd noise
18) This is the Healing Knott Originally from This is the Healing

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