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On the Road to Nashville (Live)


Download links and information about On the Road to Nashville (Live) by Erasure. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Country, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:17:12 minutes.

Artist: Erasure
Release date: 2007
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Country, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:17:12
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No. Title Length
1. Boy (Live In Nashville) 4:19
2. Blue Savannah (Live In Nashville) 5:43
3. Oh L'Amour (Live In Nashville) 3:12
4. Alien (Live In Nashville) 4:41
5. Breathe (Live In Nashville) 3:44
6. Victim of Love (Live In Nashville) 3:30
7. How Many Times? (Live In Nashville) 3:49
8. Spiralling (Live In Nashville) 2:55
9. Sometimes (Live In Nashville) 4:53
10. Tenderest Moments (Live In Nashville) 5:26
11. Ship of Fools (Live In Nashville) 3:52
12. Love to Hate You (Live In Nashville) 5:15
13. Against My View (Live In Nashville) 3:54
14. Piano Song (Live In Nashville) 3:54
15. Rock Me Gently (Live In Nashville) 5:19
16. Stop! (Live In Nashville) 4:16
17. Chains of Love (Live In Nashville) 4:52
18. A Little Respect (Live In Nashville) 3:38



If you made it to 2007 with a fat wallet then you probably aren't a true Erasure fan. Since 2003 the group has been responsible for a slew of sideline releases — remix albums, acoustic albums, and big stack of limited-edition, souvenir live albums — with only the 2005 effort Nightbird offering something entirely new. On the Road to Nashville is another live album and the hook here is that the usually electronic, club-oriented act is backed by a live band, which makes for some interesting arrangements. Seeing as how they're performing at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium — once home to the Grand Ole Opry — "Blue Savannah" becomes a rollicking hoedown while "Victim of Love" sways in a rustic style, lap steel guitar and all. While these are clever, cute, and fun, seriously delivered tracks like Nightbird's "Breathe" and the chestnut "A Little Respect" are more rewarding with performances that breathe new life into these fan favorites. If you haven't checked in on the boys since the millennium turned, you're better off checking the well-built Nightbird and picking some tracks off the acoustic effort Union Street before venturing here. This is for the hardcore fans, the ones who have endured a mountain of stopgap releases and somehow still beg for more.