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March 11, 2021 38 min
Hey Hey, this week we are diving into what we think are the Top 10 Best Live Albums. This was a fun one, but also a creepy one.  Before we started recording, we talked about the death of Entombed singer Lars-Göran Petrov. During the conversation, Phil began to smell cigarette smoke, which is not possible since his studio is sealed with no exterior walls or windows where smoke can drift in. As you may know, Lars was a smoker. Right after the smell began to go away, MIke's audio got all distorted. For a good solid minute, it sounded like a disembodied robot from another world.  Once things settled down, we began recording the show. Everything went as it usually does, except when Phil began editing it. At the 11:23 mark, you hear a click and a muffled/muted voice right before Phil starts talking. Neither of us heard this during the live recording. This EVP was recorded on Phil's track, and it was not Phil, so it looks like we had a special guest with us during the show.  Getting back to the show, here are the runners-up. Let us know what your favorite live albums are.  Metallica – Live Shit Binge & Purge Scorpions - World Wide Live Deep Purple - Made in Europe Thanks for listening and support of the show. It means a lot to us.  ------------------------- Sounds on Vinyl is hosted by Mike Svensson and Phil Bowyer Produced by ( BoozeHound Entertainment) Intro and Outro music by (Grand Rezerva), courtesy (BoozeHound Music) Intro and Outro voiceover by Kate Bowyer Connect With Us (The Official SOV Website) (Instagram (@SoundsOnVinyl)) (Facebook )
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