A reissue of the classic live performance recorded at Gilman Street in 1996. Originally released on No Records back in the day, it has been hard to come by on CD since. Five percent of the retail price to benefit the Women's Justice Center in Santa Rosa, California.
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Alex from Cream Ridge, NJ
Jul 3 2002
Eh. I really like the songs on this, but the recording quality is pretty bad. The vocals fade out if Jeff gets the slightest bit away from the microphone and you can't hear the crowd much. It's only a must-buy for hardcore Fifteen fans (of which I would like to consider myself one).
Justin from Houston, TX
Oct 21 2001
A live Fifteen album. A great addition to any fan of Fifteen already, but if you haven't listened to Fifteen before or don't own any other Fifteen albums then this is probably not your best choice. Lots of talking by Jeff on this one, but the recording is surprisingly good *for Fifteen standards that is...*; 5 out of 5 stars if you love Fifteen.