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John Taylor Terroristen
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live album
Venue The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA, USA Dbi flag usa
Recorded 29 April 2000
Released 2000
Label unofficial
Format CD
Length 7 tracks
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer John Taylor Terroristen
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John Taylor Terroristen: 29 April 00 is an unofficial John Taylor Terroristen live album, recorded during The 1999 / 2000 Tour at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, CA, USA on 29 April 2000.

About the albumEdit

The album is an incomplete recording of John Taylor Terroristen's performance at The Coach House, a 480 capacity venue located in the southern part of the Orange County, California.

This was the second show performed at The Coach House on the tour. The show included a cover version of Duran Duran's "Notorious", with Tio Banks replacing Michael Railton on keyboards.

The show included a cover version of The Power Station's "Dope", a track co-written by Taylor which was originally released on the Living In Fear album, with Bernard Edwards performing bass.

Track listingEdit

  1. "S.A.P. Chillout"
  2. "Meltdown"
  3. "Dope"
  4. "Notorious"
  5. "Anon"
  6. "Mister J"
  7. "Such A Good Lover"

PersonnelEdit

John Taylor Terroristen are:

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