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Live At the BBC


Download links and information about Live At the BBC by The House Of Love. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:14:44 minutes.

Artist: The House Of Love
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:14:44
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No. Title Length
1. I Don't Know Why I Love You (Live Preston 19/03/90) 3:09
2. Road (Live Preston 19/03/90) 4:05
3. Beatles and Stones (Live Preston 19/03/90) 3:54
4. Se Dest (Live Preston 19/03/90) 4:18
5. Never (Live Preston - 19/03/90) 3:51
6. Shine On (Live Preston 19/03/90) 4:03
7. Christine (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 3:26
8. 32nd Floor (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 3:46
9. Hope (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 3:01
10. The Girl With the Loneliest Eyes (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 3:33
11. You Crush Me (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 3:17
12. Hannah (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 5:04
13. Cruel (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 4:39
14. Burn Down the World (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 4:42
15. Nothing to Me (Live Marquee 22/04/1991) 3:47
16. Feel (Live Norwich 21/04/1992) 4:14
17. Yer Eyes (Live Norwich 21/04/1992) 4:08
18. You Don't Understand (Live Middlesborough 02/07/1992) 3:42
19. High In Your Face (Live Norwich 21/04/1992) 4:05



Though The House of Love never gained the mass audience it deserved in the U.S., it did earn a decent-sized U.K. fan base. These recordings—made between 1990 and 1992, after seminal guitarist Terry Bickers had left the group—capture a band still playing at the top of its game. Kicking off with the impressive would-be-anthem "I Don't Know Why I Love You" and blazing through favorites such as "Beatles and Stones," "Never," "Shine On," "Christine," and later tunes like "You Crush Me," "Cruel," and "High in Your Face," Live at the BBC is arguably the best way to experience the band's career. Although Guy Chadwick and Co. were an impressive studio group, The House of Love came together with extra urgency in the live format. There's a vastness of sound throughout, turning "The Girl with the Loneliest Eyes" into an atmospheric aria worthy of a large arena. Once dubbed "the U2 that never were" by the British press, The House of Love had the goods all along.