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  • Live Four was a compilation CD of live Coil songs. This CD was the first of four releases in a series. Its counterparts are Live Three, Live Two and Live One. This album was later released as part of Coil's box set The Key To Joy Is Disobedience. The performance dates for "Bang Bang" and "An Unearthly Red" were performed in Prague on 27 October 2002. "I Am Angie Bowie", "Last Rites Of Spring", "Are You Shivering", "Amethyst Deceivers", "The Universe Is A Haunted House", "Ostia", and "I Don't Want To Be The One" are from a performance that took place on 29 October 2002 at Flex in Vienna, Austria. "I Am Angie Bowie", "The Universe Is A Haunted House", "Bang Bang" and "An Unearthly Red" are songs that have never had a proper studio release. "Last Rites Of Spring" was originally released in studio form as "The Last Rites Of Spring" on the album Gold Is The Metal With The Broadest Shoulders. "Are You Shivering?" was originally released in studio form on the album Musick To Play In The Dark Vol. 1. "Amethyst Deceivers" was originally released on the CD/7" single Autumn Equinox. The version of the song on this album is a slower and much more like "The Last Amethyst Deceiver" on The Ape Of Naples than the original version. "A Warning From The Sun" was originally released in studio form as "A Warning From The Sun" on the CD single Summer Solstice. "Ostia" was originally released in studio form on "Ostia" on the album Horse Rotorvator. The version of the song on this album is much slower than the original. "I Don't Want To Be The One" was originally released in studio form as Astral Disaster. "Bang Bang" is a cover of an old song by Sonny Bono. The lyrics to "An Unearthly Red" allude to a statement made by George W. Bush saying, 'God told me to end the tyranny in Iraq.' The song was released on a CD by Danny Hyde as "An Unhealthy Red". Wikipedia

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