Live: Proof That the Youth Are Revolting cements Five Iron Frenzy's on-record personality: geeky and goofy, cheerfully spunky, and unafraid to look silly. The onstage patter is a mixed bag, but the band's performance is spirited and terrific. One unfortunate omission is a live version of E.L.O.'s "Sweet Talkin' Woman," which was a highlight of the Quality is Job No. 1 EP. The concerts represented here are well recorded and played loud, and the high point of the CD is "A New Hope," which is wonderful.
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AllMusic Review by David Dwyer