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Making Memories: Classic Roadrunner Live Albums

Making Memories: Classic Roadrunner Live Albums

Story by Leonard Pierce<br /><br />Live albums can be a tricky proposition. The worst of them are cheap cash-ins, inessential releases for collectors only; but at their best, they come close to replicating the unforgettable atmosphere of actually being there when a great band hits a groove in front of an energetic and responsive audience.
Video: Roadrunner Label Profile, 1993

Video: Roadrunner Label Profile, 1993

Here's another video from the Roadrunner archives - this one is a profile of the label originally shot for and aired in Europe in 1993. It features <strong>Monte Conner</strong> discussing the Roadrunner approach - expanding beyond metal, signing bands based on whether they've got something unique and interesting to say - and includes footage of bands like <strong>Death</strong>, <strong><a href="/artists/obituary" target="_blank">Obituary</a></strong>, <strong><a href="/artists/deicide" target="_blank">Deicide</a></strong>, <strong><a href="/artists/sepultura" target="_blank">Sepultura</a></strong>, <strong><a href="/artists/biohazard" target="_blank">Biohazard</a></strong>, <strong><a href="/artists/annihilator" target="_blank">Annihilator</a></strong>, <strong>Gruntruck</strong>, and several acts that were only on Roadrunner in Europe, like <strong>Corrosion of Conformity</strong>, <strong>Sick Of It All</strong>, and the all-female mainstream metal band <strong>Phantom Blue</strong>.
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