The yet again reformed Fuzztones mounted a 1991 tour of Europe and subsequently released this document, which is The Fuzztones' best recorded live album (though certainly not as inspired as Leave Your Mind at Home). The setup is pure camp shock-revivalism. In the end, however, the project is made worthwhile not by the camp or by Fuzztones originals, but by the covers which make up over half of the recording, from Bacharach and David's "My Little Red Book" to The Count Five's "Psychotic Reaction" to "Shape of Things To Come" from the '60s cult film Wild In The Streets.
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AllMusic Review by Matt Carlson