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Live To Release 25th-Anniversary Reissue Of ‘Throwing Copper’


It’s hard to believe but the Live album Throwing Copper is 25-years-old. To celebrate the band has released a brand new song called “Hold Me Up” which will be included on the upcoming 25th-anniversary reissue of the band’s 1994 album.

Hold Me Up” will be added to the Throwing Copper reissue as well as two other bonus tracks “We Deal in Dreams” and “Susquehanna.”

Due for release on July 19th, the “super deluxe” edition of the album will also include a bonus disc featuring Live’s live performance at Woodstock 1994.

You can catch the band on their co-headlining tour with Bush, which kicks off June 6th in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Till then, check out “Hold Me Up” below:


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