Live Wired

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Live Wired
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Live album by
ReleasedSeptember 16, 1996 (1996-09-16)
RecordedOctober 24, 1995 (1995-10-24), Mainz/Kuz
GenreIndustrial, electro-industrial
Length111:28
LabelOff Beat, Metropolis, Energy
ProducerBill Leeb, Rhys Fulber
Front Line Assembly chronology
The Remix Wars: Strike 2
(1996)
Live Wired
(1996)
Reclamation
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]
Culture ShockFavorable[2]
Metal Hammer3.5/5 stars[3]
VertigoFavorable[4]

Live Wired is a live album by Vancouver industrial band Front Line Assembly, released in 1996. A box set including the 2CD plus a VHS with all of FLA's video clips to date (except "Mindphaser" and "Body Count") and a live concert video (from the show in Chemnitz 1995, different from the one on CD) was released at the same time.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1
No.TitleLength
1."Mortal"7:03
2."Vigilante"5:52
3."Circuitry"7:50
4."Bio-Mechanic"5:24
5."Resist"5:24
6."Surface Patterns"6:15
7."Plasticity"6:47
8."Modus Operandi"5:48
9."Liquid Separation"5:30
Total length:55:55
Disc 2
No.TitleLength
1."Gun"6:26
2."Overkill"5:21
3."Millennium"11:46
4."Condemned"6:26
5."Mindphaser"9:46
6."Neologic Spasm"6:37
7."Body Count"9:09
Total length:55:33
Live Wired Box Set VHS Video
No.TitleLength
1."Intro Visual Mind"0:25
2."Mortal"2:52
3."Vigilante"6:15
4."Circuitry"7:21
5."Bio-Mechanic"5:24
6."Iceolate" (Video Clip)5:14
7."Resist"5:21
8."Interview (Part1)"2:59
9."Surface Patterns"6:10
10."Millennium" (Video Clip)4:27
11."Gun"6:06
12."Interview (Part2)"3:17
13."Modus Operandi"5:28
14."Virus" (Video Clip)4:26
15."Liquid Separation"4:50
16."The Blade" (Video Clip)4:25
17."Overkill"5:24
18."Interview (Part3)"2:34
19."Millennium"7:47
20."Laughing Pain" (Video Clip)5:21
21."Mindphaser"6:39
22."Body Count"7:54
23."Plasticity" (Video Clip)4:17
Total length:124:56

Personnel[edit]

Front Line Assembly[edit]

Additional live musicians[edit]

Production and other personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Front Line Assembly: Live Wired at AllMusic. Retrieved July 9, 2014.
  2. ^ sAge (December 1996). "Front Line Assembly: Live Wired". Culture Shock. No. 3. Hackensack, New Jersey: Genocide Project. pp. 48–49. ISSN 1093-1651.
  3. ^ Ingham, Chris. "Front Line Assembly - Live Wired". Metal Hammer. TeamRock.
  4. ^ Abraxa (January 1997). "Front Line Assembly Live Wired". Vertigo (in German). No. 15. Geldern: Celtic Circle Productions. p. 49.