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Cold Chisel: The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Live At The Hordern Pavilion

Cold Chisel: The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Live At The Hordern Pavilion

Review of the Cold Chisel album The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Live At The Hordern Pavilion

 

2012 was an epic year for the return of Australian stalwarts Cold Chisel, playing a massive sold out tour and releasing their first studio album, No Plans, in 14 years. There is no better way to commemorate and preserve this period of time by releasing The Live Tapes Vol. 1: Live At The Hordern Pavilion. Hard to believe it’s the first live release since Ringside 10 years ago. Two CDs and a DVD (or BluRay) makes for an awesome package with all the hits such as Flame Trees, Khe Sanh, Cheap Wine and Choir Girl, plus a taster of newer material also. Bring on volume 2!

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