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Categories: 1992 live albums The Radiators (American band) albums. Snafu 10-31-'91 is the second live album by The Radiators, and their sixth album overall. After parting company with Epic records, The Radiators returned to their own Croaker label in 1992 with their first live album in a decade. The album was recorded at a Halloween concert hosted by the New Orleans fan group, the Krewe of SNAFU. It was the first official release by the band to feature numerous covers of other artists, in addition to compositions by The Radiators' chief songwriter, Ed Volker. Got My Mojo Working" (Muddy Waters) - 6:22.
In 1992, they released Snafu 10-31-'91, on their old Croaker label. This was a live album-their first in over a decade-recorded in New Orleans, at a private Halloween party hosted by the Krewe of SNAFU, on October 31, 1991. This self-published album was not distributed widely, and copies are rare. The Radiators then released another live album, 1994's Bucket of Fish, also on the Croaker Records label, and a studio album, 1995's New Dark Ages on WAR? records out of Colorado.
Snafu 10-31-'91 is the second live album by The Radiators, and their sixth album overall.
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The Radiators is the self-titled tenth album by American band The Radiators, and their sixth studio album, released on the Louisiana-based Rattlesby Records label. Live at the Great American Music Hall. The Radiators: the First 25. Compilations.
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- Recorded At – Tipitina's
- Bass – Reggie Scanlan
- Design – John Parker
- Drums – Frank Bua
- Guitar, Vocals – Camile Baudoin, Dave Malone
- Keyboards, Vocals, Percussion – Ed Volker
- Percussion – Glenn Sears
NotesRecorded live On DAT - format from The Sound Board at Tipitina's, New Orleans, Louisiana.
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