Dandy Warhols - Live At The X Ray Cafe 12"
What did The Dandy Warhols sound like before they became world-famous practitioners of neo-psychedelia and synthpop? What did they sound like during their eighth concert ever? Now we know. Comfortable shifting between shoegaze and garage rock, confident in their stage banter and poised for world domination! Live at the X-Ray Cafe is the third release in Voodoo's "Tales from the Grease Trap" archival series. The recording, from July 8, 1994, was originally captured at Portland's legendary all-ages venue the X-Ray Cafe. New York engineer Don Fury transferred the untouched multichannel analog cassette into his console, mixed it then mastered it along with input from Courtney Taylor-Taylor.