Category: Classic Rock

Hell Is For Children - Benatar* - Live From Earth (Cassette, Album)

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  1. This album contains music from the Tour that took place across America and Europe. Tracks A1 to B3 are Live recordings while B4 and B5 are Studio recordings. Live tracks Recorded by Le Mobile, Artisan Recorders and Mobile One. Mixed by Le Mobile. Studio tracks Recorded and Mixed at MCA/Whitney Studios and Mastered at Future Disc.
  2. We also get a few choice album cuts. Helter Skelter is lots of fun. The band led by guitarist Neil Giraldo is tight. Pat is bristling with energy. The recording quality is clean. In fact exceptionally clean and clear for a live album. This is a good loud rock album, with lots of familiar material/5(16).
  3. The song "Hell Is for Children", which was not released as an A-side single, was also a hit on album-rock stations. A live version of this song from her album Live from Earth was released as the /5(39).
  4. Unquestionably, Pat Benatar was one of the most popular mainstream rock artists of the early to mid-'80s, as it seemed like her videos were constantly on MTV, her hits endlessly on the radio, and her singles/albums in the upper reaches of the charts. And as evidenced by 's Greatest Hits Live -- which is comprised of a vintage performance from August , when some fans would say Benatar.
  5. Live from Earth is the first live album by American rock singer Pat Benatar, and was released in October 15, The album was recorded during Benatar's sold out 'Get Nervous' world tour in late and early It also contains two studio tracks, "Love Is a Battlefield" and "Lipstick Lies", which were produced by Neil Giraldo and Peter Coleman.. The album peaked at No. 13 on the.
  6. "Hell Is for Children" is a song by American rock singer Pat Benatar. It was written by guitarist Neil Giraldo, bass player Roger Capps and Benatar. The song is about child abuse and was recorded by Benatar in for her second studio album Crimes of Passion. Pat Benatar started writing the song after reading a series of articles on child abuse in the New York Times. She was shocked to learn .
  7. In , Pat Benatar gave us for fifth album entitled, LIVE FROM EARTH. As it would turn out, this album is Pat's first-ever live album. The first eight tracks on this album are that of live performances from a concert (that is unknown to me), where the last two .
  8. One of Pat Benatar's most famed attributes is that she performs extremely well to an audience, and no album solidifies this more than Live From Earth, with tracks taken from her American and European tour at the height of Benatar's career.
  9. Live from Earth was released in as a way of offering fans highlights from her star-making tours of America and Europe during the period of her greatest popularity. The hits are here, especially the poignant and unbelievably hard rocking "Hell Is for Children" and "Hit Me with Your Best Shot," with its timely new wave structure that.

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